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July 24 today in Elvis concert history


 
July 24  today in Elvis concert history
Date: 24 Jul 1971
Time: 8.30pm
Venue: Stateline NV.
Lake Tahoe Hotel
Tickets: Unknown
Costume: Unknown
Track list:
Also Sprach Zarathustra
That's All Right
Proud Mary
My Babe
I Walk The Line
Love Me Tender
You Don't Have To Say You Love Me
You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'
Polk Salad Annie
Johnny B. Goode
Love Me
Heartbreak Hotel
Teddy Bear/Don't Be Cruel
One Night
Hound Dog
It's Over
Suspicious Minds
Bridge Over Troubled Water
I Can't Stopo Loving You
[band introductions]
Help Me Make It Through The Night
The Impossible Dream
Can't Help Falling In Love
Recordings: 0

CONCERT DETAILS:
Tour Ref: Lake Tahoe Season 1 - Lake Tahoe July 20th - August 2nd 1971
Date: July 24 1971
Venue: Sahara Hotel
Location: Lake Tahoe NV
Showtime: Midnight (12.00am)
Crowd:
REVIEWS:
Article *:
ELVIS ATTIRE:
Suit:
Belt:
Cape:
GROUP ATTIRE:






TICKET STUBS:

SONGS - TRACKLISTINGS:
2001 Theme
Thats All Right
Proud Mary
My Babe
- segued medley with -
This Train
Love Me Tender
You Dont Have To Say You Love Me
Youve Lost That Loving Feeling
Polk Salad Annie
Johnny B Goode
Love Me
I Just Cant Help Believin
Its Impossible
Blue Suede Shoes
Heartbreak Hotel
Teddy Bear
- segued medley with -
Dont Be Cruel
One Night
Hound Dog
Its Over
Suspicious Minds
Bridge Over Troubled Water
I Cant Stop Loving You
Band Introductions
Help Me Make It Through The Night
Bridge Over Troubled Water
( followed by a reprise of above song )
The Impossible Dream
CDS FROM CONCERT:

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From Tahoe To Vegas


Recorded live at The Sahara Hotel, July 24, 1971 MS. Lake Tahoe, NV.
Recorded live at The International, August 26 & 27 MS, Las Vegas, NV.

Tracklisting
CD-01
2001 Theme / That's All Right / Proud Mary / My Babe / Love Me Tender / You Dont Have To Say You Love Me / You've Lost That Loving Feeling / Polk Salad Annie / Johnny B. Goode / Love Me / I Just Can't Help Believing / It's Impossible / Blue Suede Shoes / Heartbreak Hotel / Teddy Bear - Don't Be Cruel / One Night / Hound Dog / It's Over / Suspicious Minds / Bridge Over Troubled Water / I Can't Stop Loving You / Band Introductions / Help Me Make It Through The Night / Bridge Over Troubled Water / Closing Vamp
July 24, 1971 MS. Lake Tahoe, NV.
2001 Theme / That's All Right / I Got a Woman / Proud Mary / Sweet Caroline
August 26, 1971 MS. Las Vegas, NV.
CD-02
Polk Salad Annie / Dialogue / Johnny B. Goode / It's Impossible / Love Me / Blue Suede Shoes - Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On - Blue Suede Shoes / Heartbreak Hotel / Teddy Bear - Don't Be Cruel / Hound Dog / Suspicious Minds / Band Introductions / I'm Leavin' / Lawdy Miss Clawdy / Can't Help Falling in Love / Closing Vamp
August 26, 1971 MS. Las Vegas, NV.
2001 Opening / That's All Right / I Got A Woman / Proud Mary / Sweet Caroline / Polk Salad Annie / Elvis Dialogue / Johnny B. Goode / It's Impossible / Love Me / Blue Suede Shoes - Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On - Blue Suede Shoes / Heartbreak Hotel / Teddy Bear - Don't Be Cruel / Hound Dog / Love Me Tender / Band Introductions / I'm Leaving / Bridge Over Troubled Water / Can't Help Falling In Love
August 27, 1971 MS. Las Vegas, NV.
Recording: Audience

Label: SR Records March 2011, (Released 2011)

Lake Tahoe


Recorded live at The Sahara Hotel
July 24, 1971 Midnight Show.

Tracklisting
Recording: Audience

Highlights: My Babe - This Train, Its Impossible, Its Over, Help Me Make It Through The Night & Bridge Over Troubled Water (reprise). Whole Show!

Sound: Contents:

Covers: [front] [back]

Other Releases
Title: Saturday Night Special
Covers: [front] [back]



Photos: 0

CONCERT DETAILS:
Tour Ref: On Tour number 17 - July 8th - July 24th 1975
Date: July 24 1975
Venue: Ashville Civic Center
Location: Asheville NC
Showtime: (8:30 pm)
Crowd: 7437
REVIEWS:
Article *:
VIDEO INFORMATION:
Release: The Complete 1975 Films disc 2
Length:
ELVIS ATTIRE:
Suit: Chicken Bone
Belt: Lightblue Armadillo belt
Cape: Chicken-bone suit Choker
GROUP ATTIRE:


Kathy Westmoreland: White Suit
The Sweet Inspirations: Light Blue Trousers with Light Blue/Green Shirt


Musicians: Black Suit
TICKET STUBS:

SONGS - TRACKLISTINGS:
2001 Theme
Thats All Right
I Got A Woman
- segued medley with -
Amen
( above song includes 1 false start )
Big Boss Man
Love Me
If You Love Me
All Shook Up
Teddy Bear
- segued medley with -
Dont Be Cruel
Hound Dog
An American Trilogy
Heartbreak Hotel
Jailhouse Rock
Something
Return To Sender
Wooden Heart
Hawaiian Wedding Song
( followed by a reprise of above song )
Bridge Over Troubled Water
Polk Salad Annie
Band Introductions by J.D. Sumner
Johnny B Goode
( featuring James Burton )
Drum Solo
( featuring Ronnie Tutt )
Bass Solo
( featuring Jerry Scheff )
Piano Solo
( featuring Glen D Hardin )
School Day
T-R-O-U-B-L-E
Shake A Hand
Elvis introduces Vernon Presley
Pieces Of My Life
How Great Thou Art
( followed by a reprise of above song )
Cant Help Falling In Love
Closing Vamp
CDS FROM CONCERT:

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CDRS FROM CONCERT:








PICTURES FROM CONCERT:

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Concerts Reviewed - 1975



ASHEVILLE'S STANDING OVATIONS July 24, 1975
by Evan

Of particular interest to me is the July 1975 tour. I first discovered this tour in 1982 with photographs of Elvis in his Gyspy suit from Greensboro, July 21, 1975. The most widely known shots of this tour show Elvis in both his Aztec & Gypsy suits taken at the afternoon and evening shows in Uniondale on the 19th which appeared in the John Reggero book ELVIS IN CONCERT.
This tour is also known for Elvis' on stage comments about catfish and the "attention" Kathy Westmoreland supposedly received from the TCB band. However, the tour closed in Asheville with three consecutive shows which by all accounts were fresh, energetic, and very entertaining. It has been reported that the Asheville audiences were "polite" and Elvis did not receive any standing ovations. I wonder if these reporters have actually listened to the shows at all, because in my estimation, Elvis played to very enthusiastic audiences, and often he did not give the audience a chance to applaud with standing ovations similarly as he did at Madison Square Garden in 1972. With these thoughts I'd like to review the closing show of this tour from July 24, 1975.
Elvis wore the Aztec suit (ie, the one with the teeth around the neck, the one James Burrell called the Bear Claw suit). In attendance was 7437 screaming fans. As usual, 2001 signalled the start of the Elvis Presley show, and the familiar opening riff leads into an energetic version of THAT'S ALL RIGHT, which delights the crowd as much as his entrance to the stage as heard by their screams. Unfortunately the sound quality of the first twenty minutes of this seventy five minute concert suffer from a severe dullness which makes some of the dialogue inaudible. Elvis quickly launches into a fast tempo version of I Got a Woman/Amen. Big Boss Man follows in a similar fashion to that heard in Vegas on September 2, 1974 at the closing show. Afterwards, Elvis makes some comments about his ring which makes the crowd scream. LOVE ME is a fairly standard version bar some falsetto comments "It's mine,it's mine", and it is apparent Elvis is playing with the audience. As the Stamps hold the ending "Oh Yeah" for about 15 seconds, Elvis says something to the effect of his diamond ring and one of the Stamps head. I can't make out what is said. IF YOU LOVE ME is filled with girls screaming, and Elvis performs a fairly interesting and committed performance. Jerry Scheff's playing is quite mesmerizing in some parts of this song. Elvis announces "All Shook Up" and performs a standard version which runs at the same speed as the June 1975 versions, and is quite enjoyable. The last "Uh-ha"'s are sung with a bass voice by Elvis. TEDDY BEAR kicks off with a slow introduction, but Elvis' enthusiasm is accentuated with his punctuation of the lyrics in the same manner as heard at the January 26, 1970 opening show (listen to the Fort Baxter CD Walk a Mile in My Shoes). The medley concludes with DON'T BE CRUEL which is introduced by a great drum roll by Ronnie Tutt. Before the applause can climax, Elvis starts HOUND DOG. Ronnie's drumming is best described as "rapid". The band try to end the song on two occasions on the third and fifth verses but Elvis keeps it going, ending it with the usual crescendo. Finally Elvis says hello to his audience and tells a screaming girl to shut up. He notes the crowd's good mood and says that he is going to do a lot of different songs.He also mentions the use of the request box that was filled by the fans before the concert. The first request he reads is MEMORIES, but the second which Elvis reads outload, "Please do American Trilogy for Nancy" is performed. What starts as a strong version is irritatingly spoiled by Elvis with changes of lyrics, and some smart arse comments. However, his impulsiveness is quickly rectified immediately with his strong and imaginative vocals after each comment. During ALL MY TRIALS the crowd applauds and Elvis says "You people applaud and he just died! But alllll my tri - tri- his trials, somebody's trials will sooon be overrrr". Then in the instrumental that used to have the flute but was changed to a trumpet, Elvis can be heard playing with a girl and says "we'll get together after the song". Similar to Aloha, as the orchestra builds, Elvis screams out, and to my ears he says "God dammit" then a few seconds later he says "Listen to the trumpet player". Trilogy's ending is extremely similar to it's ending from the September 2, 1974 closing show in Vegas.
The next request as announced by Elvis is HEARTBREAK HOTEL. An enthusiastic version with Elvis telling "JB" to "play it". It is amazing to me that after so many performances of a song, Elvis could simply pronounce the lyrics a little differently which would add a freshness and newness to an otherwise done to death number. I suppose this is what he meant when he spoke to Pierre Addidge in March 1972 about "keeping it alive". The ending is reprised for good measure. "The Jailhouse Rock" is up next, and however unrehearsed, it kicks. I've always loved the '70s versions, and this one is the blue print for all the 1977 versions. A little slower, but the band is rocking like it's 1969! And boy, Elvis knows the lyrics - at least for the first verse. There is no introduction, and there is no support from the Stamps or the Inspriations until the second verse when Elvis loses himself. He tells the band to "break" as he closes the song, and then when the band thinks he's finished, he adds his bluesy "They were dancin' to the Jaaaaail House Rock". The following request is SOMETHING and what a fine version it is. There is only incident that renders this version just less than perfect and this is heard in the chorus when Elvis yells out to turn up his microphone. Kathy Westmoreland's singing sounds to be higher than the Aloha version.
Elvis asks the crowd, "What's that? Return To Sender? Oh Lord have mercy." After playing with the opening lyrics he claims he has to find the right key, then begins "I wrote a letter to my mailbox". The band picks up immediately, and Elvis again sings enthusiastically with a screaming crowd. Like his August 1, 1976 Hampton Roads version, he uses the word "phone" instead of "zone". Also during his adlibbed lyrics of "Return to Sender, at no address" Elvis says jokingly, and in tempo "aint there something wrong" which clearly cracks the band up.
At the conclusion of RETURN TO SENDER Elvis mentions that it has "been a few years", but the screaming women in the audience don't seem to care. The next request is WOODEN HEART which is performed rather well with German lyrics. If he could perform it here so readily, it kind of makes the few lines sung at Pontic on December 31, 1975 all the more worse, and that much more of a tease to those fans present in the Silverdome. Hawaiian Wedding Song is offered, and the fans scream their approval. This is a very straight version, and there is no fooling around with Kathy Westmoreland which is not surprising considering the recent events of July 20 in Norfolk during the evening (but this is another article!) - until Elvis sings the last verse again similar to the ending of Hurt. Just as he starts to sing "...(my) heart" a girl screams and he says "Thankyou. Is that enough?" and promptly stops there. Then annouces "Bridge Over Troubled Water". The introduction is filled with screams like the April 14, 1972 Greensboro version, during which Elvis asks, "Where is she?" presumably referring to the girl who screamed during the last song. This version of BRIDGE OVER TROUBLED WATER is well compliemented not only by Jerry Scheff's bass, but the audience screams in the appropriate places. Interestingly is the slower than usual tempo, and the way Elvis held his notes. It reminds me of the way he treated The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face in Birmingham on December 29, 1976. Bridge is truely an outstanding version to say the least, and ends with a standing ovation. "Let's do Polk Salad" ignites Jerry's bass at a speed I'd not heard before on this classic. Elvis is up. The band is up. And I wouldn't be surprised if the first mosh pit started at this concert. It's a wild version, and the audience is screaming it's brains out. Elvis throws in a subtle "Suck a lot" during his "Sock a little Polk Salad" routine.
The band introductions are typical for this time of year, same "Crew Cuts" jokes etc. Ed Enoch gets one of his first "blonde head kid with the wild look in his eyes" introductions. James Burton does JOHNNY B.GOODE however Elvis sings very little of the words, except mainly the "go Johnny go" lyrics. Surprisingly, just when you think James is about to end the song, he plays another verse. Ronnie turns into Animal from the Muppets during his drum solo, and Elvis yells a few approving "yeahs" during it. Jerry Scheff from Vancuver Canada is told to play the blues, and he attracts some screams from the girls (onya Jerry). Glen D performs the same solo as he did on the June tour, and Charlie is introduced as "being in the army with me". The fantastic Joe Guercio play SCHOOL DAYS with Elvis singing along with just the Hail Hail Rock & Roll lyrics.
In the last few shows, Elvis had been performing a large selection of his recent Today album, and this night was no exception. "My latest record is T-R-O-U-B-L-E", and this is a well performed version with no mistakes. Elvis throws in the "walk it, ride it" comments during the ending which he tended to do whilst riding his virtual motorcycle. Following is a rarely performed version of SHAKE A HAND. After telling the engineer to turn the piano up, Elvis starts a bluesy version surrounded by sreams of admiration. It is obvious he was cooking with gas when he decided to sing this song.
Elvis introduces his Dad, and states that Vernon's favourite song is PIECES OF MY LIFE, and that is what Elvis sings. Elvis swaps the lyrics of "I found the sad parts, found all the bad parts" to "I found the bad parts, found all the sad parts". Elvis' voice must have sounded brilliant as it filled the Civic Centre that night. A woman called out "You're beautiful" just before the line "Lord the pieces of my life are everywhere", and the girls screamed at the line "And the one I miss most of all, is you".
"I'd like to do a gospel song that we did in 1966 which features the Stamps called" HOW GREAT THOU ART. Yet another focused song performed this night with unique pronounciation. I am sure the roof was blown right off when Elvis sang "Oh mmmyyyyyyyyy Godddddddddd, How Greeeeeeeaaat Thou Arrrrrrrttttt"! And we get a reprise like the March 20, 1974 Memphis version, but this Ashville reprise is worthy of a Grammy all on it's own. Elvis receives a long standing ovation, to which he says "I appreciate it. Thank you very much. God bless you, and be careful driving home". Glen D introduces CAN'T HELP FALLING IN LOVE as cries, screams, whistles, and the calling of Elvis' name plagues the rest of the show. Elvis is heard telling his fans to be careful. This version is the only time I have ever heard Elvis thank the crowd AFTER he finished singing Can't Help Falling in Love. As Elvis leaves the stage, the crowd let out one last wild applause in the hope that he might return, only to hear Al Dvorin say, "Ladies and Gentleman, Elvis has left the building. Thank you and good night".
Aside from a few incidences that we could justify as showing off, being the centre of attention, and generally being excited like a kid with ADD, this closing show proved to be a concert that was energetic, generally focussed, enthusiastically accepted by the paying audience, and exciting even twenty five years after the event. If you can get your hands on this audience recording, do so. This show is as good as the Uniondale shows from July 19th, and just as good as any show from December 1976. Thanks goes to Geoff McDonnell for his help.
Evan


Pieces of My Life


Recorded Live at Civic Center
Asheville, NC. July 24, 1975

Tracklisting
2001 Theme / That's All Right / I Got A Woman - Amen / Big Boss Man / Love Me / If You Love Me / All Shook Up / Teddy Bear - Don't Be Cruel / Hound Dog / American Trilogy / Heartbreak Hotel / Jailhouse Rock / Something / Return To Sender / Wooden Heart / Hawaiian Wedding Song / Bridge Over Troubled Water / Polk Salad Annie / Band Introductions / Johnny B. Goode / Drum Solo / Bass Solo / Piano Solo / School Day / T.R.O.U.B.L.E. / Shake A Hand / Introductions of Vernon Presley and Dr. Nick / Pieces Of My Life / How Great Thou Art / Can't Help Falling In Love / Closing Vamp
Recording: Audience

Label: Straight Arrow - SA 2005-1-02 (Released 2005)





Ashville


Recorded live at The Asheville Civic Center
July 24, 1975 Evening Show. Asheville, NC

Tracklisting
Recording: Audience

Highlights:

Notes: See "Pieces Of My Life" in our CD section. 2 CD set.
More complete than the import release.

Sound: Contents:

Covers: [front] [back]

CONCERT DETAILS:
Tour Ref: On Tour number 23 - July 23rd - August 5th 1976
Date: July 24 1976
Venue: Civic Center
Location: Charleston WV
Showtime: (2:30 pm)
Crowd: 8500
REVIEWS:
Article *:
VIDEO INFORMATION:
Release: The Complete 1976 Films disc 2
Length: aprox 15 mins
ELVIS ATTIRE:
Suit: Blue Egyptian Bird
Belt: Original belt
Cape:
GROUP ATTIRE:

Sherrill Nielsen: Yellow Jumpsuit

The Sweet Inspirations: Long White Dress

JD Sumner and The Stamps Quartet: Blue Trousers and Vest with White Flowered Shirt
Musicians: Red Suit
TICKET STUBS:
SONGS - TRACKLISTINGS:
2001 Theme
C C Rider
I Got A Woman
- segued medley with -
Amen
Love Me
If You Love Me
You Gave Me A Mountain
All Shook Up
Teddy Bear
- segued medley with -
Dont Be Cruel
And I Love You So
Jailhouse Rock
Fever
America The Beautiful
Farther Along
( above song is just an excerpt )
Band Introductions
Early Morning Rain
( featuring John Wilkinson )
Whatd I Say
( featuring James Burton )
Johnny B Goode
( featuring James Burton )
Drum Solo
( featuring Ronnie Tutt )
Bass Solo
( featuring Jerry Scheff )
Piano Solo
( featuring Tony Brown )
Electric Piano Solo
( featuring David Briggs )
Love Letters
School Day
Hurt
( followed by a reprise of above song )
Funny How Time Slips Away
Cant Help Falling In Love
( above song includes 1 false start )
Closing Vamp
CDRS FROM CONCERT:








PICTURES FROM CONCERT:

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VIDEO DESCRIPTION
Description: Nice footage od Charkleston afternoon show. Sorry dont have good sounding audio for that one.

Quality:

Sound:
Dubbed

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VIDEO FOOTAGE
   

video footage presented by Tomek




CONCERT DETAILS:
Tour Ref: On Tour number 23 - July 23rd - August 5th 1976
Date: July 24 1976
Venue: Civic Center
Location: Charleston WV
Showtime: (8:30 pm)
Crowd: 8500
REVIEWS:
Article *:
ELVIS ATTIRE:
Suit: White Egyptian Bird
Belt: Inca Gold Leaf suit belt
Cape:
GROUP ATTIRE:






Musicians: White Suit
TICKET STUBS:
SONGS - TRACKLISTINGS:
2001 Theme
C C Rider
I Got A Woman
- segued medley with -
Amen
Love Me
If You Love Me
You Gave Me A Mountain
All Shook Up
Teddy Bear
- segued medley with -
Dont Be Cruel
And I Love You So
Jailhouse Rock
Fever
America The Beautiful
Band Introductions
Early Morning Rain
( featuring John Wilkinson )
Whatd I Say
( featuring James Burton )
Johnny B Goode
( featuring James Burton )
Drum Solo
( featuring Ronnie Tutt )
Battle Of New Orleans
( featuring Jerry Scheff )
Piano Solo
( featuring Tony Brown )
Electric Piano Solo
( featuring David Briggs )
Love Letters
School Day
Hurt
( followed by a reprise of above song )
Hound Dog
Elvis introduces Felton Jarvis Bruce Jackson
and Bill Porter
Funny How Time Slips Away
Cant Help Falling In Love
Closing Vamp
CDS FROM CONCERT:

Import CD

Import CD





CDRS FROM CONCERT:








PICTURES FROM CONCERT:

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CONCERT DATE: July 24, 1976 (2:30 pm). Charleston, WV. Civic Center.
Presley Poundage Doesn't Dim Appeal
By Ann Hughey
Charleston (WV) Gazette
Sunday, July 25, 1976

Charleston policeman Cody Roberts, directing traffic for the Elvis Presley concert Saturday afternoon at the Charleston Civic Center, said he'd heard that Elvis had given Cadillacs to two Colorado policemen.
"But I think I'd like a Beech Baron. I fly," said Roberts grinning.
Mrs. R.L. Bearce was trying to sell eight $12.50 tickets for $10 each outside the civic center. She said there'd been a death in the family and she couldn't unload them.
Other scalpers also had trouble getting rid of their tickets, although their prices were a little higher, ranging from $30 for a front row seat to the $12.50 face value as concert time neared.
Elvis souvenir sellers hawked buttons for $2, programs for $3 and Elvis T-shirts for $6. Civic Center Manager Dick Cobb said the center gets 15 per cent of the souvenir sales.
Inside, the heavily female crowd, all ages, clapped through some songs by the Sweet Inspirations, a trio which travels with Elvis, and laughed at jokes like "Every time she cooks for you it's a sacrifice (pause). A burnt offering."
After an intermission so the crowd could buy soft drinks and souvenirs, Elvis came on. And the screaming started.
Wearing blue pants, a white shirt and a jeweled vest the King of Rock'n'Roll looked a lot more portly than he did on television Friday night in the 1966 film "Spinout."
But he was in full voice, and the extra pounds did not diminish his appeal to the screamers who shrieked and wailed every time he executed a sedate bump, grind or deep-knee bend.
Two young ladies had to be removed from the stage by police and Elvis bodyguards. And a short man in a red jumpsuit followed Elvis around the stage with an armload of scarves which Elvis draped around his neck and then tossed to those members of the crowd who had managed to elude the tight security and get to the front of the stage.
More than 50 scarves were disposed of in this fashion while Elvis sang crowd-pleasers like "Jailhouse Rock," "Fever" and "Fools Rush In."
After a rendition of "America the Beautiful," he touched a stuffed rabbit held up to him from the crowd. At one point he took a handkerchief offered him from the crowd, rubbed his chest with it and handed it back. And the audience roared approval.
"When he shakes it, that's what really turns me on," said Mrs. Beverly Johnson of Charleston following the concert. Mrs. Johnson said she'd been at Elvis' Charleston concert last year, and commented that he looked a little puffy around the eyes and said his color wasn't good.
Mrs. Johnson and three friends had paid $22.50 each for their seats from a scalper who originally asked $50. And they agreed that it had been worth every penny of it.
"It's part nostalgia. He's brought back a lot of good old songs. And his voice is still so great," said Mr. Jean Gerchow of Charleston, explaining why she attended the concert. "But I was a little disappointed that he didn't sing more."
Cobb said the city and state together will make more than $12,500 in business and occupation and sales taxes from the dhow. He said his office had been swamped with requests for autographs, introductions and requests to deliver letters and invitations.
He said the Charleston High School class of 1966 invited Elvis to their class reunion and that five girls from St. Albans embroidered a white satin teddy bear with the lyrics from Elvis' songs. He said Elvis autographed the bear and it was returned to the girls.
Rain held up the departing fans. Officer Roberts, still directing traffic, said he had not yet been given an airplane, but he had hopes for the evening show.
Review courtesy of Gary Abernathy

Thunderbolt In Charleston


Recorded live at The Civic Center
July 24, 1976 Afternoon Show. Charleston, WV.

Tracklisting
Recording: Audience

Highlights:

Sound: Contents:

Covers: [front] [back]



Fever For The Fans (CD2)


Recorded live at The Civic Center
July 24, 1976 Evening Show. Charleston, WV.

Tracklisting
Recording: Audience

Highlights:

Notes: See "Hurt" and "Charleston Rocks" in our CD section.

Sound: Contents:

Covers: [front] [back]





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