miércoles, 18 de noviembre de 2009

ON THIS DAY IN ELVIS HISTORY November 05

November 05, 1955
Elvis performed at the Louisiana Hayride, Municipal Auditorium, Shreveport.
November 05, 1956
Without notice Elvis made an appearance a "Beginner Driving Range".
November 05, 1957
Elvis sailed for Honolulu on the USS Matsonia.
November 05, 1963
The filming on location of Kissin' Cousins was completed. Elvis and the whole cast and crew returned to Los Angeles.
November 05, 1971
Elvis performed at the Metropolitan Sports Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota. The Imperials were no longer on this tour with Elvis. Maybe because of their schedules, maybe because of the Colonel, who was unwilling to pay more, but the Imperials soon learned they were permanently replaced by the Stamps and J.D.Sumner. Also the opening act by a comic was now given to Jackie Kahane. This was the first time that Elvis would close the show with his arms flung wide and his cape spread out, just like he liked to do at the ends of songs like How Great Thou Art, The Impossible Dream and Bridge.
Date: 05 Nov 1971
Time: 8.30pm
Venue: Minneapolis, MI.
Metropolitan Sports Center
Tickets: 17,600
Costume: White 'Red Lionhead' suit
Track list: Unknown
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