martes, 1 de enero de 2013

Elvis in January: A list of important events that occurred in January during the life and career of Elvis Presley


Elvis Presley in recording studio in 1956 • Elvis in January: A list of important events that occurred in January during the life and career of Elvis Presley
 
January 10, 1956 — Elvis recorded "Heartbreak Hotel" at RCA studios in New York City.
 
January 27, 1956 — "Heartbreak Hotel," RCA's first official Elvis Presley record lease, was shipped to retailers across the U.S.
 
January 28, 1956 — Elvis made his first national TV appearance on "Stage Show," hosted by Jimmy and Tommy Dorsey in New York City. Elvis sang "Shake, Rattle, and Roll" and "I Got a Woman."
 
January 30, 1956 — Elvis recorded "Blue Suede Shoes" at RCA's New York studios.
 
January 6, 1957 — Elvis appeared for the final time on "The Ed Sullivan Show." Elvis sang "Peace in the Valley" on the program.
 
January 12, 1957 — Elvis recorded "All Shook Up" at Radio Recorders in Hollywood.
 
January 15, 1957 — Elvis recorded "Teddy Bear" at Paramount studios in Hollywood.
 
January 20, 1958 — Paramount began principal photography on King Creole, Elvis's fourth motion picture.
 
January 28, 1963 — Paramount began principal photography on Fun in Acapulco, Elvis's 13th motion picture.
 
January 13, 1969 — Elvis started his 11-day recording session at American Studios in Memphis. Among the hit records recorded during the sessions were "In the Ghetto" and "Suspicious Minds."
 
January 16, 1971 — At age 36, Elvis was honored by the Junior Chamber of Commerce of America as one of the "Ten Outstanding Young Men of the Year" at an awards ceremony in Memphis.
 
January 13, 1973 — Elvis's "Aloha From Hawaii" TV special concert was held at the International Convention Center in Honolulu.