Give us this day, January 25, our daily Elvis
Humes High School, Memphis, Tennessee
January 25, 1954
Elvis performed at the Mayfair Building
, Tyler, Texas.
Tom Perryman, Scotty, Elvis and Bill at the Mayfair Bldg. in Tyler, TX – Jan. 25, 1955
Photo courtesy Tom Perryman’s “Keeping it Country“
Jimmy Day, Scotty, and Elvis at the Mayfair Bldg. in Tyler, TX – Jan. 25, 1955
Photo courtesy Steve Bonner
|Engagement – Tour Ref: 1955
||January 25 1955
||Tom Perrymans East Texas Tour
At the end of the morning Elvis and the Colonel flew first-class from Nashville to New York City. They stayed at the Warwick Hotel and had dinner at the Hickory House Restaurant. As always, Elvis made several telephone calls from his hotel room.
January 25, 1957
Loving You Movie Production
January 25, 1958
King Creole Movie Production
The single “Jailhouse Rock” became the first single ever to enter the UK pop chart at number one.
January 25, 1959
Military Service in Germany
January 25, 1960
Military Service in Germany
January 25, 1961
January 25, 1962
Elvis reported at the Paramount makeup department, at their request at 1.30 p.m. He brought his own favorite hair dye: Fun in Acapulco Movie Production
January 25, 1964
scored their first number one best seller in the US when “I Want To Hold Your Hand” reached the top of the Cash Box Magazine music chart. The Fab Four would eventually rack up 25 number ones in America.
January 25, 1965
January 25, 1966
Elvis Tankers Fan Club president, Gary Pepper, collects several thousand names on a petition calling for the Memphis Coliseum to be renamed the Elvis Presley Coliseum.
Elvis bought a horse for Red West named Keno.
January 25, 1968
January 25, 1969
January 25, 1970
January 25, 1971
While Elvis was in Las Vegas he received emergency dental treatment.
January 25, 1975
The last Sunbury Rock Festival in Victoria Australia was held – the promoters lack of funds, caused AC/DC and Deep Purple to have a stage fight.
January 25, 1976
January 25, 1977
Norwegian group A-Ha
were at No.1 in the UK with ‘The Sun Always Shines On TV.’ Becoming the first ever-Norwegian act to score a UK No.1.
Bobby Brown was arrested for an overtly sexually suggestive performance after a show in Columbus; he was fined $652 under the anti-lewdness ordinance law.
Seeing that national success, Colonel Tom Parker started to plan an extensive marketing campaign to make his boy the number …
25 January 2005
“Love, Elvis” was released. It contained remastered versions of 24 of Elvis’ greatest love songs. An unreleased alternate take of “For The Good Times” was included.
KISS rang the closing bell at the New York Stock Exchange.
A former Miss Canada finalist became the first person in the world to graduate with a Masters degree in The Beatles.
Canadian singer Mary-Lu Zahalan-Kennedy, 53, was one of the first students to sign up for the course on the Fab Four when it launched at Liverpool Hope University in March 2009. The ground-breaking course looked at the studio sound and composition of The Beatles and how Liverpool helped to shape their music as well as examining the significance of the music of The Beatles and their impact on Western culture.
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