lunes, 3 de octubre de 2011

September 19, On This day in Elvis history

September 19, 1955
Elvis performed at the WRVA Theater, Richmond, Virginia.
September 19, 1958
Elvis left Fort Hort Hood at 7.00 p.m. He went on the troop train bound for the Brooklyn Army Terminal in New York.
September 19, 1960
Just like before Elvis complained to the Colonel about RCA. They seemed to have remixed the sound of one of his songs. 
This time the upcoming single: Are You Lonesome Tonight? Elvis didn't like the sound of his own voice brought to the 
front at the expense of the backing vocals. He even threatened to go back in the studio to record it again.
September 19, 1961
Back in Memphis Elvis signed for a new Schimmel piano and organ from Jack Marshall Pianos and Organs
September 19,1972 -
The album "Elvis As Recorded At Madison Square Garden hit #11 in the U.S.
September 19, 1973
The finger he broke during his last stay in Las Vegas still bothered Elvis and he went to an orthopaedist. There was 
a X-ray made and the finger was cast.
September 19, 1974
Linda's sister in law gave birth to a little girl at the Methodist Hospital. Elvis insisted not only to see Louise but also 
wanted to visit the labor room where he was recognized even with his surgical mask. One woman present said: 
Oh my God, you look like Elvis Presley. Elvis declared: Honey I AM Elvis Presley.
September 19, 1976
Elvis flew to Palm Springs, not to return to Memphis before the 26th.
September 19, 2006 
 The remaster version of the album "The Complete Million Dollar Quartert" was released. The quartet consisted of 
Elvis Presley, Carl Perkins, Jerry Lee Lewis and Johnny Cash. 

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