Give us this day, November 19, our daily Elvis
306 Old Satillo Road, Elvis’ birthplace, is now 306 Elvis Presley Drive.
Vernon in prison
Reese Street, where the Presleys stayed with Vester and Clettes Presley and their daughter Patsy,
Kelly Street, a rented, small apartment.
Berry Street -“Doll” Smith lived here with the Presleys and then Minnie Mae Presley moved in.
Commerce Street, a rental
510 1/2 Maple Street, South Tupelo -the Presleys lived with Glady’s cousin Frank Richards and his wife, Leona.
Elvis attended Humes High School, Memphis, Tennessee
Sept. 12, 1948-Sept. 20, 1949
572 Poplar Avenue
Sept 2o 1949 to January 7, 1950
185 Winchester Street, a two- bedroom apartment (number 328)
January 7, 1950 to April 1953
398 Cypress Street
September 21, 1953 to March 19, 1954
Elvis worked at Precision Tool company, operating a drill press for $1.55 a hour.
end of 1954 to mid-1955
2414 Lamar Avenue, rented
rented from mid-1955 to May, 11 1956.
1414 Getwell Street
The Sun Records Rockabilly Era
November 19, 1954
Sammy Davis Jr. was involved in a car accident in which he lost his left eye. Sammy had released a number of singles which were mostly ignored until he signed with Decca Records in 1955, where he scored hits with “Something’s Gotta Give”, “Love Me or Leave Me” and “That Old Black Magic”.
Elvis performed at Lake Cliff Club concert
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The Presleys lived at 2414 Lamar Avenue, rented til the end of 1954 to mid-1955
The RCA Victor Atomic Powered Singer
November 19, 1955
Carl Perkins recorded ‘Blue Suede Shoes’ at Sun Studios in Memphis. The rock ‘n’ roll classic became a US No.2 & UK No.10 hit for Perkins in 1956, and has been covered by many acts including Elvis Presley and John Lennon. ”
Gladewater High School Gymnasium from Gladewater TX; performing “I Forgot To Remember To Forget”
“Baby Lets Play House” “Thats All Right” and covering “Rock Around The Clock”
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The Presleys lived at 1414 Getwell Street rented from mid-1955 to May, 11 1956.
November 19, 1956
Kay Wheeler with Elvis’ 1957 FLH in Nov. 19, 1956 and Elvis with George Klein on it at Audubon Drive Photos
The Presleys lived at Audobon Drive
November 19, 1957
Chicago radio station WCFL is picketed by the local chapter of the Elvis Presley fan club when it refuses to play Presley’s records. Despite the protest, the station did not change its policy.
The Presleys lived at Graceland
The Military Service Disruption
November 19, 1958
David Seville, who magically created the fictitious group the Chipmunks through amazing studio work, released the single “The Chipmunk Song”.
Military Service in Germany
October 1958 to February 2, 1959: Hotel Grunwald in Bad Nauheim, Germany
November 19, 1959
An RCA executive caused a stir when he told members of the press that when Elvis returns to civilian life, people will notice a great change in his style of music. Colonel Tom Parker quickly issued a statement to fans, telling them that won’t be the case.
Military Service in Germany
Feb 3 – March 1960: Goethestr.14 in Bad Nauheim, Germany
The Hollywood Decade/The Elvis Establishment
November 19, 1961
Kid Galahad Production
November 19, 1962
The Beatles played gigs at three different venues. First they performed a lunchtime show at The Cavern Club, Liverpool, followed by an 85-mile drive to the Midlands, where they performed at Smethwick Baths Ballroom and then at the Adelphi Ballroom, West Bromwich in Staffordshire.
November 19, 1963
November 19, 1964
The Supremes became the first all girl group to have a UK No.1 single when ‘Baby Love’ went to the top of the charts. Written and produced by Motown’s main production team Holland–Dozier–Holland, it was also the second of five Supremes songs in a row to go to No.1 in the United States.
Gary Lewis records “This Diamond Ring”, which will climb to number one in the US the following January. Although the single will be credited to Gary Lewis And The Playboys, the music was actually provided by studio musicians and Lewis’ voice was heavily mixed with that of singer Ron Hicklin. Co-writer Al Kooper has often said that although it has been his biggest commercial success as a songwriter, he was never happy with the Lewis version.
November 19, 1965
Roger Daltrey, lead singer of the Who, walked out on the group during a performance at the Glad Rags Ball in London after there was a problem with the sound. Playing with no such problems: The Kinks, The Who, Georgie Fame & The Blue Fames, The Hollies, Wilson Pickett and The Golden Apples Of The Sun all appeared at the Glad Rag Ball, Empire Pool, London, tickets 30 shillings, ($4.20).
The Doors were at the Hughes Aircraft Union Dance at the Royce Hall Auditorium in Los Angeles.
November 19, 1966
The Supremes enjoy their eighth US number one hit with “You Keep Me Hangin’ On”. It made #8 in the UK.
Eddie Floyd had the #1 R&B song with the original version of “Knock On Wood”.
Donovan had a popular song on his hands as his distinctive “Mellow Yellow” moved from 65 to 24 on this date.
The Soundtrack to “The Sound of Music” re-entered the Top 10 on the Album chart after 88 weeks of release.
Elvis Presley’s single “All That I Am” hit #41 in the U.S.
Easy Come, Easy Go Production was over, but Hal Wallis was on a Power Trip and not releasing Elvis until Nov 22
November 19, 1968
Diana Ross, onstage with The Supremes at the Royal Command Variety Performance in London, interrupts the show with a plea for interracial understanding. The audience, which includes members of the royal family, applauds for two minutes.
The Trouble with Girls Production
The Vegas Artist in Residence and Tour Decade
November 19, 1970
James Brown married Deidre Yvonne Jenkins in Barnwell, South Carolina.
Van Morrison‘s 1970 album, “Moondance” is awarded a Gold record. The LP, which made it to #29 on the Hot 200, contained two hits: the title track and “Into the Mystic”, and would be inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame in 1999.
November 19, 1971
B.B. King began a European tour in London on his twenty-fifth anniversary in the music business.
November 19, 1972
November 19, 1973
Led Zeppelin began recording the song “Driving To Kashmir”, which was later shortened to “Kashmir”, at Headley Grange in East Hampshire, England for their sixth album. The session ended when bassist John Paul Jones threatened to leave the group to become a choirmaster.
Barry White’s Love Unlimited Orchestra released the fabulous single “Love’s Theme”.
Barbra Streisand released the single “The Way We Were”.
November 19, 1974
Linda Ronstadt released the single “You’re No Good”.
November 19, 1975
The Wake and Aftermath
The Ramones’ lead singer, Joey Ramone (real name: Jeffrey Hyman) suffered second degree burns when a faulty humidifier exploded before a show in Passaic, New Jersey. After emergency treatment, he finished the concert, but would spend the following week at the New York Hospital Burn Center.
Earth, Wind & Fire achieved a #1 song on the R&B chart with “Serpentine Fire”.
Debby Boone had the new #1 on the Easy Listening chart–“You Light Up My Life”.
Heart debuted at #84 with one of The Top Unknown/Underrated Songs of the Rock Era*–“Kick It Out”.
Debby Boone stood all alone at #1 for the sixth week with “You Light Up My Life”. Linda Ronstadt became one of a select few artists in the Rock Era to have two singles in the Top 10 simultaneously as “It’s So Easy” joined “Blue Bayou” on this date.
Rumours by Fleetwood Mac topped the Album chart for a then-record 28th week. Linda Ronstadt had one of the only albums in that seven month period that could challenge it–Simple Dreams. Steely Dan’s fine album Aja was third followed by the debut from Foreigner. The rest of the Top 10: Elvis In Concert by Elvis Presley, Chicago XI, Lynyrd Skynyrd jumped from 50 to 7 with Street Survivors, Barry White Sings for Someone You Love, Kansas was up to #9 with Point of Know Return and Rose Royce II/In Full Bloom cracked the Top 10.
The album “Elvis In Concert” hit #5 in the U.S.
Calgary rock band Loverboy made its live debut as opening act for Kiss at Vancouver’s Pacific Coliseum. The band went on to have hits like “Working for the Weekend” and “Hot Girls in Love.”
Chuck Berry was released from prison after serving a four-month sentence for tax evasion.
1982 Elvis Presley Enterprises/Graceland Tourism
Led Zeppelin’s album “Coda” was released.
English musician and songwriter Tom Evans from Badfinger, committed suicide by hanging himself in his back garden from a willow tree after a bitter argument with Badfinger guitarist Joey Molland about the royalties for ‘Without You’. (Evans co-wrote ‘Without You’ a hit for both Harry Nilsson and Mariah Carey). Family members said the singer, songwriter was never able to get over his former bandmate’s Pete Ham’s suicide.
Tina Turner had a song on the charts for the first time in 10 years with “Let’s Stay Together”.
Synchronicity by the Police remained at #1 on the Album chart for the 16th week, tied for 10th-longest in the Rock Era.
1984 Actor ExWife: Priscilla Presley
Bon Jovi started a two week run at No.1 on the US singles chart with lead single from the band’s album New Jersey, ‘Bad Medicine’, which became the group’s third US No.1, and a No.17 hit in the UK.
Robin Beck was at No.1 on the UK singles chart with ‘First Time.’ The song was from a TV advertisement for Coca-Cola which session singer Beck had recorded. It made the American a One Hit Wonder.
Anita Baker held on to #1 on the R&B chart with “Giving You The Best That I Got”.
Bon Jovi collected their third #1 with “Bad Medicine”. The Escape Club fell with “Wild, Wild West” while Kylie Minogue had the third version of “The Loco-Motion” to reach the Top 10. U2’s “Desire” moved to #4, just ahead of “Kokomo” by the Beach Boys. The rest of the Top 10: Will to Power with “Baby, I Love Your Way/Freebird Medley”, George Michael was up to #7 with “Kissing A Fool”, Breathe cracked the Top 10 with “How Can I Fall?”, Chicago scored their 18th Top 10 song and 44th career hit with “Look Away” and Whitney Houston fell with “One Moment In Time”.
U2 held on to #1 on the Album chart with Rattle and Hum. Appetite for Destruction by Guns N’ Roses and Hysteria by Def Leppard remained in the Top 10 after long stints at #2 and #6, respectively. The Soundtrack to “Cocktail” was #3 with New Jersey from Bon Jovi falling and Anita Baker moving up to #5 with Giving You the Best That I Got. The rest of the Top 10: Don’t Be Cruel by Bobby Brown, the great Faith album by George Michael, Luther Vandross entered the list with Any Love and Kenny G’s great Silhouette album moved from 16-10.
Celine Dion released her first single “Where Does My Heart Beat Now”.
, the National Academy of Records Arts & Sciences stripped Milli Vanilli of the 1989 Best New Artist Grammy because Rob Pilatus and Fabrice Morvan didn’t actually sing on Girl You Know It’s True. It was the first time a Grammy was revoked.
U2 released the album Achtung Baby.
Janet Jackson’s Rhythm Nation 1814 album was certified six times platinum (six million copies) by the RIAA.
Songwriter Bobby Russell, who wrote many US Top 40 hits including “Honey” and “Little Green Apples”, died of heart disease at the age of 51. Russell scored a hit of his own in 1971 with “Saturday Morning Confusion” which reached the Top 25 on the Country charts and the Top 30 on the Pop charts. In 1973 he composed “The Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia”, which became a number one hit for his wife, Vicki Lawrence.
Nirvana recorded an Unplugged concert in New York City.
Barry White scored his seventh and final #1 on the R&B chart with “Practice What You Preach”
Boyz II Men, who this week made it 12 weeks at #1 with “I’ll Make Love To You”, fifth-best in the Rock Era at the time, had another song debut at #14–“On Bended Knee”.
A 60 track album called “Beatles Anthology I” is released in the US and sets a first-day sales record of 450,000 units. The album features virtually every number-one single released from 1962 to 1970. Issued on the 30th anniversary of the band’s break-up, it was their first compilation available on one CD. The world’s best-selling album of the 21st century, 1 has sold over 31 million copies.
Bob Dylan performed “Restless Farewell” and Paula Abdul sang “Luck Be A Lady” at the 80th birthday tribute to Frank Sinatra at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles.
Little Milton, Bobby “Blue” Bland, Johnny “Guitar” Watson, and Clarence Carter appeared at the Grand Olympic Auditorium in Los Angeles on the last night of their Heavyweights of Blues caravan tour.
Prince released the 3 CD set “Emancipation.” The release was on his record label NPG Records.
St. Luke’s Orchestra played the premiere of the Standing Stone operetta by Sir Paul McCartney at Carnegie Hall in New York City.
Michael Hutchence, lead singer of INXS, arrived in Sydney, Australia to begin rehearsing for the group’s 20th anniversary tour.
Natalie Cole sang “They Can’t Take That Away from Me” at Frank Sinatra’s eigthtieth birthday party at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles. If that didn’t do it for Ol’ Blues, Little Richard’s rendition of “Old Black Magic” surely did.
Motley Crue opened a retail store, S’Crue, in Los Angeles.
The Beatles started an eleven-week run at No.1 on the UK album chart with ‘The Beatles 1’. The album features virtually every number-one single released from 1962 to 1970. Issued on the 30th anniversary of the band’s break-up, it was their first compilation available on one CD. The world’s best-selling album of the 21st century, 1 has sold over 31 million copies.
LeAnn Rimes started a two-week run at No.1 on the UK singles chart with ‘Can’t Fight The Moonlight’, the singer’s first UK chart topper. Written by Diane Warren and featured on the soundtrack of the film Coyote Ugly.
It was announced that 50 workers at Graceland would be laid off due the decline in tourism associated with the terrorist attacks on the United States on September 11, 2001.
Michael Jackson shocked onlookers in Berlin after appearing to dangle his baby, Prince Michael II, from a fifth-floor hotel balcony.
2003 Recording Artist: Daughter Lisa Marie Presley
Meat Loaf collapsed onstage during a sold-out concert at London’s Wembley Arena. He reportedly tried to continue his performance before being advised by paramedics on the scene to cancel the show.
Police issued an arrest warrant for Michael Jackson following allegations of sexual abuse of a 12-year old boy. Jackson who was in Las Vegas filming a video, negotiated with police to arrange a time and place to hand himself in.
Record producer Terry Melcher, who was behind hits by the Byrds, Ry Cooder and the Beach Boys, died aged 62 after a long battle with skin cancer. The son of actress Doris Day, he co-wrote ‘Kokomo’ for The Beach Boys, produced ‘Mr Tambourine Man’ for the Byrds, as well as hits for The Mamas & the Papas. Melcher was apparently the intended target of the Mason murders at the Tate House.
George Michael had the #1 album in the U.K. with Twenty-Five.
Kevin DuBrow, the charismatic lead singer for Quiet Riot, died at his home in Las Vegas at the age of 52.
Ringo Starr announced that he teamed up with his former Beatles band mate Paul McCartney for a duet on “Y Not”, the drummer’s forthcoming solo album due out Jan. 12, 2010.
2010 Actor: Granddaughter Riley Keough
Two farmers were found not guilty of health and safety offences after a giant hay bale crushed former ELO cellist Mike Edwards to death. He was killed instantly when the 600kg bale rolled down a field and landed on his van near Totnes in Devon in September 2010. In March 2011 in Plymouth an inquest jury returned a verdict of accidental death on Mr Edwards.
Barry Manilow placed his 50th song on Billboard’s Adult Contemporary chart when “Santa Claus Is Coming to Town” debuted at #22. He became just the fifth artist to accomplish that feat in the AC chart’s 51-year history. At that time, Elton John led with 68, followed by Barbra Streisand (64), Neil Diamond (58) and Elvis Presley (53). And also, Elvis was only “adult contemporary” in the 1970s.
A furious letter from John Lennon to Paul McCartney and his wife, Linda, written after The Beatles’ break-up sold for nearly $30,000 (£24,200), to an anonymous collector in Dallas. In the two-page typed draft with handwritten notes, Lennon criticises the couple for their treatment of him and his wife, Yoko Ono. The attack is said to be in response to Linda’s criticism of him not publicly announcing his departure from the band.
Stevie Nicks made a surprise return to the Billboard 200 when a re-issue of her 1981 debut solo album, “Bella Donna”, climbed to #128. The LP had been recently expanded to include 25 additional tracks.
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