Daily Elvis: March 6

Give us this day, March 6, our daily Elvis


Tupelo, Mississippi



Humes High School, Memphis, Tennessee

Elvis filed his first federal income tax return. His job classification was checked off as “semi-skilled” and his return showed income of $129.74 from M. B. Parker and $786.59 from Precision Tool, with no deductions or exemptions.


march 6, 1955

Elvis performed at Arkansas Municipal Auditorium, Texarkana, AR.

Bobby Jean Frost,  Elvis Presley, and Dora Lou Pate backstage at Arkansas Municipal Auditorium – Mar. 6, 1955**
Photo courtesy Texarkana Gazette



Loving You   


King Creole 


Military Service

Elvis and his party traveled from Washington to Memphis by train. Throughout the trip Elvis appeared in dress uniform on the observation platform at every station and waved to the crowd.
Elvis at Roanoke Station 1960 - En route to Memphis
Elvis at Roanoke Station 1960 – En route to Memphis (March 6 or 7?)

When Memphis reporters joined the party in Grand Junction at 6:15 A.M. and then at Buntyn Station a little more than an hour later, Elvis was still wearing a (non-issue) dress blue Army uniform he’d had made in Germany (The tailor mistakenly gave him the stripes of a staff sergeant, rather than sergeant which was the rank at which he was discharged) with Good Conduct ribbon and Expert’s medal for marksmanship prominently displayed.

Elvis Presley aboard the train that brought him home to Memphis early Monday March 7, 1960.

‘If I act nervous, it’s because I am’, he told Press-Scimitar reporter Bill Burk.

‘I’ve been gone a long time, a long time’, he muttered almost to himself, as the train pulled in to the station. What had he missed most about Memphis? he was asked ‘Everything. I mean that—everything’.





Fun in Acapulco

Principal photography for Roustabout began at the Hidden Valley Ranch north of Los Angeles.
Elvis 14th movie, Kissin’ Cousins’ opened nationwide on Friday March 6, 1964.

Marking the beginning of the end of Elvis’ movie aspirations, his movies from now on would be done with TV actors more than other movie actors and in half the shooting schedule.



Elvis reported to United Artists to meet with the producers and director of Clambake. In the evening Elvis recorded vocal overdubs at the Annex Studios.

Elvis performed at the Garrett Coliseum, Montgomery, Alabama.

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This show was attended by Governor George Wallace – who was pretty much the opposite of Elvis.
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Elvis Presley : March 6, 1974 : Montgomery, Alabama, 8:pm

The performance had been a sell-out from the day word leaked out that Presley was going to be in town. There were 16,400 seats and the receipts ran around $104,000 for the local show alone and the Auburn crowd was about the same. When the perspiring Presley concluded his show, he was rushed out of the building through a heavily-guarded back door to keep the enthusiastic fans from mobbing him.

Elvis Presley : March 6, 1974 : Montgomery, Alabama, 8:pm

Engagement – Tour Ref: On Tour number 11 – March 1st – March 20th 1974
Info: Date: Venue: Location: Showtime: Crowd: Suit: Belt: Musicians: Pics: CD: CDR:
Info March 6 1974 Garrett Coliseum Montgomery AL (8:30 pm) 11328 1973 American Eagle Second belt Light Blue Suit Yes Yes Yes




march 6, 1977

Shirley Diew, Joe Espositos girlfriend with Elvis, Hawaii 1977
Shirley Diew, Joe Espositos girlfriend with Elvis, Hawaii 1977

Elvis Presley and Ginger Alden - Hawaii, March 1977
Elvis Presley and Ginger Alden – Hawaii, March 1977 – With Ginger doing her best ‘look at me I’m with Elvis’ look.

Elvis Presley’s last vacation, Lanikai Beach, Hawaii, March He is pictured with Terry and Ginger Alden.

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