viernes, 8 de julio de 2011

6 Jul THIS DAY IN ELVIS HISTORY


 6 Jul THIS DAY IN ELVIS HISTORY


July 06, 1954
Elvis Scotty and Bill were back in the studio trying to cut a second song for the single.
July 06, 1955
The single "Baby, Let's Play House" became Elvis Presley's first national chart single, reaching # 10 on Billboard's Country chart.
July 06, 1958
Elvis received a speeding ticket in Forth Worth.
July 06, 1960
During an interview with the Memphis Press-Scimitar, Elvis said about his new stepmother: " She seems pretty nice. I only had one mother and that's it. There'll never be another. As long as she understands that, we wont' have any trouble."
July 06, 1961
Elvis arrived in a chartered bus in Crystal River, Florida for the start of the filming of Follow That Dream.
July 06, 1966
The Elvis movie "Paradise Hawaiian Style" opened in theaters.
July 06, 1971
Elvis went to the RCA studio on Sunset to rehearse for his upcoming show.
July 06, 1972
Elvis was introduced to Linda Thompson.
July 06, 1976
Elvis presented J.D.Sumner with a check for $25,000 to purchase a new touring bus for the Stamps.
July 06, 1977 
 Elvis's single "Way Down" was released.
July 06, 2004 
 A specially designed Elvis 50th Anniversary NASCAR was unveiled at Sun Studio