Give us this day, November 29, our daily Elvis
Humes High School, Memphis, Tennessee
November 29, 1954
Scotty Moore site
|Richmond, VA, Philip Morris Employees Night at Mosque Theater ??|
|Info||November 29 1955||The Mosque Theater||Richmond VA|
November 29, 1956
November 29, 1957
November 29, 1958
Military Service in Germany
November 29, 1959
At the 1959 Grammy Awards, held just six months after a similar award show, Bobby Darin wins Record of the Year for “Mack the Knife” as well as the Best New Artist of the Year. Song of the Year is awarded to Jimmy Driftwood, writer of Johnny Horton’s hit, “The Battle Of New Orleans”.
Military Service in Germany
November 29, 1960
Wild in the Country Nov 6, 1960 – January 1961; released: June 15, 1961
November 29, 1961
Kid Galahad October 23, 1961 until December 20, 1961
November 29 1968
The Trouble with Girls: Production, Elvis with a Fan at Hillcrest Drive.
November 29, 1969
The Beatles went to No.1 on the US singles chart with their twenty-sixth release in the United States.’Come Together / Something’, which became the group’s 18th US No.1. Lennon was inspired by Timothy Leary’s campaign for governor of California titled “Come together, join the party” against Ronald Reagan giving him the idea for the track. ‘Something’ was the first Beatles song written by George Harrison to appear as an A-side.
Richard Nader’s second Rock ‘n’ Roll Revival concert at madison Square Garden in New York featured Jackie Wilson, Gary “U.S.” Bonds, and a slew of other rock ‘n’ roll stars from the ’50s and ’60s
B.B. King performed at the Boston garden in Boston, MA, as the opening act for the Rolling Stones on their current U.S. tour.
Elvis Presley’s first Double LP “From Memphis to Vegas / From Vegas to Memphis” reaches the Billboard album chart where it will stay for the next 24 weeks, climbing as high as #12, certified Gold on December 13, 1969.
In November 1970, RCA reissued the set as individual albums identified by the subtitles that appeared on the original double LP, Elvis in Person at the International Hotel as LSP 4428, and Back in Memphis as LSP 4429.
November 29, 1970
November 29, 1971
November 29, 1972
Lancaster local council cancelled the Sex Pistols gig at Lancaster Poly, England. The reason was given in a statement by the council saying: ‘We don’t want that sort of filth (The Sex Pistols) in the town limits.’
|Date:||29 Nov 1976|
|Venue:||San Francisco, CA.
|Costume:||Rainbow (blue) suit|
|Track list:||Also Sprach Zarathustra
See See Rider
I Got A Woman/Amen
If You Love Me
You Gave Me A Mountain
Blue Suede Shoes
It’s Now Or Never
All Shook Up
Teddy Bear/Don’t Be Cruel
And I Love You So
Bridge Over Troubled Water
Early Morning Rain
What’d I Say
Johnny B. Goode
Funny How Time Slips Away
Mystery Train/Tiger Man
Hawaiian Wedding Song
Can’t Help Falling In Love
|Recordings:||The Nation’s Only Atomic Powered Singer
This concert was officially released on the Follow That Dream collector label:
|Info||November 29 1976||Cow Palace||San Francisco CA||(8:30 pm)||14300||Blue Swirl||White Two-Piece suit belt||Red Suit||Yes||Yes|
November 29, 1977
The four original members of KISS perform for what they say will be the last time. They would reunite in 1996 for a tour in full makeup.
ABBA scored their ninth and last UK No.1 single with ‘Super Trouper’, the group’s 25th Top 40 hit in the UK. The name “Super Trouper” referred to the gigantic spotlights used in stadium concerts.
John and Yoko’s Double Fantasy album was released. Though initially poorly received, the album is notable for its association with Lennon’s murder three weeks after its release, whereupon it became a worldwide commercial success, and went on to win the 1981 Album of the Year at the 24th Annual Grammy Awards.
“Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band Live / 1975-85” started a seven week run at #1 on the Billboard album chart.
U2’s first TV special, called “U2’s Zoo TV Outside Broadcast,” aired on Fox-TV.
Metallica released the box set “Binge & Purge.” It contained three CDs, three videos and a book.
American singer and ukulele player Tiny Tim (Herbert Khaury) died from a heart attack on stage while playing his hit ‘Tiptoe Through the Tulips’ at a club in Minneapolis.
Whitney Houston pulled out of a concert sponsored by the Moonies two hours before she was due on stage after finding out the event was a mass wedding for over 1,000 Moonie couple’s. The religious group said they had no intention of suing providing the singer returned the $1m fee she had received.
The Beatles’ guitarist George Harrison passed away at the age of 58, while resting at a friend’s home in Los Angeles. The news came as a shock to the world, despite Harrison’s much-chronicled cancer treatments. His last words were reported to have been, “Love one another.”
Speaking outside his home in St John’s Wood, north west London, Paul McCartney said: ‘I am devastated and very, very sad’.
Ringo Starr, speaking from Vancouver, Canada said: ‘We will miss George for his sense of love, his sense of music and his sense of laughter.’
Pop Idol creator Simon Fuller dropped his £100m copyright case against the X Factor’s Simon Cowell after Fuller settled the case out of court in a deal which made him a joint partner in the X Factor show. Mr Fuller had claimed Mr Cowell’s ITV talent show X Factor copied his successful Pop Idol format, in a case taken to London’s High Court. As part of the settlement, Mr Cowell agreed to appear in at least five more series of American Idol.
Susan Boyle’s album became the best-selling debut in UK chart history when it went to No.1 on the UK chart. The 48 year-old runner-up in ITV’s Britain’s Got Talent, sold 410,000 copies of ‘I Dreamed a Dream’. Boyle also topped the US charts, setting a first-week sales record for a female debut album with 701,000 copies sold in its first week.
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