Daily Elvis: April 3

Give us this day, our daily Elvis

1935-1948

Tupelo, Mississippi

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1949-1953

Humes High School, Memphis, Tennessee

April 3, 1948

The Louisiana Hayride 1st broadcast by KWKH from the Municipal Auditorium in Shreveport, Louisiana.

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1954

Elvis was stopped for speeding outside of Shreveport in his Cadillac. He posted $25 and was notified to appear for arraignment on Tuesday, April 5.
Elvis with fans at San Diego : April. 3, 1956.
Elvis performed at the Milton Berle Show, The USS Hancock, San Diego, California. Elvis was paid $3,000 for his appearance on the show, which was broadcast in colour from the deck of an aircraft carrier.
Elvis Presley : The Milton Berle Show Rehearsals : April 3, 1956.
Gladys and Vernon Presley, and  Minnie Mae were home at 1414 Getwell Street watching Elvis Presley and Milton Berle   perform.

 

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Elvis took the 8.00 a.m. train to Ottawa, Canada, where he performed at the Ottawa Auditorium, at 4.40 and 8.00 p.m.

Elvis had also been scheduled to perform in Montreal, but the shows there were cancelled because they felt Elvis was too “controversial.”

After the show Elvis talked to some reporters: “It’s a very uncertain business. The end may come in a lot less time than a few years”.

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“Well there are people that like you. There are people that don’t like you regardless of what field you’re in. And regardless of what you do, there’re gonna be people that don’t like you. I mean, even if you’re perfect—I mean, I’m not saying, you know, that I’m perfect, because no man is perfect. But there was only one perfect man and that was Jesus Christ … and people didn’t like him. You know they killed him. And he couldn’t understand why. I mean, if everybody liked the same thing, we’d all be drivin’ the same car and married to the same woman and it wouldn’t work out.” — interview with DJ Mac Lipson, Toronto, Canada, April 3, 1957

Ask Girls Stay Away From Elvis
Students of Notre Dame Convent have been asked to promise they will take no part in either the reception for Elvis Presley today or his show at the Auditorium tonight.
The request, circulated throughout high school classes at the Convent, followed a speech over the public address system at another Ottawa school yesterday.
But, while the other simply warned students not to misbehave at the rock ’n` roll rally and to do nothing to bring dishonor on their school’s name, the Notre Dame circular requested students not to attend.
It was written on blackboards at the convent during routine class hours, students said, and they were asked to copy it, then sign it at the bottom.
It read:

I promise that I shall not take part in the reception accorded Elvis Presley and I shall not be present at the program presented by him at the Auditorium on Wednesday, April 3, 1957. Signed ….

The Ottawa Journal, April 3, 1957 courtesy Ger Rijff’s “Long Lonely Highway”


Elvis backstage at the Auditorium in Ottawa – Apr. 3, 1957

Elvis In Ottawa – April 1957 – EIN spotlight and Elvis interview

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Elvis Presley Ottawa Canada : April 3, 1957

Opening Acts

Rex Marlowe
June Day
Jimmy James
Frank Connors
Frankie Trent
The Jordanaires

evening show:

Heartbreak Hotel
Long Tall Sally
Dont Be Cruel
Love Me
Thats When Your Heartaches Begin
Blueberry Hill
Too Much
Butterfly
Hound Dog


Elvis and the Jordanaires onstage at the Auditorium in Ottawa – Apr. 3, 1957

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Engagement – Tour Ref: 1957
Info: Date: Venue: Location: Showtime: Crowd: Show type: Pics: Ads:
Info April 3 1957 Memorial Auditorium Ottawa CAN (4:30 PM) 3500 Midwest Tour Yes
Info April 3 1957 Memorial Auditorium Ottawa CAN (8:00 PM) 8500 Midwest Tour Yes

 

1958

Military service

1959
Military Service

The BBC bans The Coasters‘ song “Charlie Brown” because of the word “spitball.” Two weeks later they would change their decision and start to play the single, which rose to #6 on the UK chart.

Elvis went to Nashville for a recording session. The group of musicians were joined by saxophonist Boots Randolph. The plan was to record 10 songs over the next few nights, but Elvis recorded 12 songs in one marathon session from 7.30 p.m. to 7.30 a.m.

 

The Everley Brothers, later named by The Beatles and Rolling Stone Keith Richards as prime influences, make their British concert debut, kicking off their first UK tour. Opening for them are “The Crickets” minus Buddy Holly.

1961

Blue Hawaii 

Elvis didn’t want to go to Hawaii by plane, so the start of Girls! Girls! Girls! production was delayed. But at the last minute he was forced to fly because of a strike. He used the intervening time to drive to Las Vegas, where he stayed at the Sahara Hotel.

 

1963

It Happened At The World’s Fair” premiered in Los Angeles.

The Beatles, at the Playhouse Theatre in London, record another radio appearance, this time for the BBC show “Easy Beat,” their first appearance on this program. They record three songs, Please Please Me, Misery, and From Me to You. In addition to performing those three songs, John Lennon and Paul McCartney take part in a program segment called “Going Up?” reviewing new record releases along with two other panel members; they review new singles by Bert Weedon, Cleo Laine, The Vernons Girls, and Tommy Roe. John and Paul are each paid one guinea for their participation.

1964

Roustabout 

The Beatles film an appearance on Tyne Tees Television, answering questions sent in by their fans. The stiff question-and-answer format is not entirely satisfying. Broadcast on April 9.

Bob Dylan made his first entry on the UK charts with “The Times They Are A-Changin'”, which would reach #9.

1965

Harum Scarum 

1966

Spinout 

Elvis Presley’s “Do the Clam” hit #21 on the pop chart.

1967

Clambake 

1968

Live a Little, Love a Little 

1969

Change of Habit 

1970

1971

1972

Elvis on Tour 

1973

Capitol Records issued two Beatles’ greatest hits packages – “The Beatles: 1962-1966” and “The Beatles: 1967-1970”. Fans call them “the red album” and “the blue album”.

1974

1975

Candid of Elvis riding one of his motorbikes in Memphis.
Elvis Presley : Out For A Bike Ride : April 3, 1976.
Elvis flew out of Memphis, most likely for a brief visit to Las Vegas or Palm Springs.

1977

Elvis in hospital, day 3 of a 6 day stay.

Engagement – Tour Ref: On Tour number 29 – March 23rd – April 3rd 1977
Info: Date: Venue: Location: Showtime: Crowd: Suit: Belt: Musicians: Pics: CD: CDR:
Info April 3 1977 Veterans Memorial Coliseum Jacksonville FL CANCELLED

1984

Liverpool’s first statue of The Beatles is unveiled above the doorway of The Beatles Shop on Mathew Street. The creator of the statue is David Hughes, a student of the Liverpool College of Art, the same art school that John Lennon attended.

1991

US telecast of Paul McCartney’s “Unplugged” appearance on MTV.

1992

Ringo Starr appears as guest presenter at the annual Grammy Awards show in the US.

2008

With her 18th chart-topping hit, “Touch My Body”, 38 year old Mariah Carey passed Elvis Presley for the most number one songs on the Billboard singles chart, placing her second only to The Beatles. But only because Elvis’ 1956 & 1957 are not counted anymore in order to favour current artits. 

April 3, 2016

Guess Who lead singer Burton Cummings inducted into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame at the 45th edition of the Juno Awards. Calgary, Alberta

 

2017

‘The Wonder Of You’ still in the UK charts: After nearly six months in the UK album charts, the Elvis & RPO album ‘The Wonder Of You’ is still hanging on.

‘The Wonder Of You’ rises from 93 to 65 on the UK Album Chart for 31st March, 2017.

Other Elvis Entries on the UK Charts – 31st March, 2017
– ‘The Wonder Of You’ rises from 54 to 48 on the Physical Album Chart and rises from 69 to 53 on the Album Sales Chart
– ‘The Platinum Collection’ rises from 87 to 85 on the Physical Album Chart and drops from 16 to 21 on the Indie Albums Chart
– ‘The Wonder Of You’ rises from 75 to 56 on the Scottish Album Chart
– ‘The Platinum Collection’ is a re-entry at 87 on the Scottish Album Chart

(News, Source;ElvisInfoNet)

Watch footage of Elvis Presley’s 1957 concert in Ottawa – CBC

Jan 8, 2015 – To mark what would have been Elvis Presley’s 80th birthday, CBC Ottawa … Presley visited Ottawa and performed a concert on April 3, 1957.

CBC.ca · 7 mins ago

Elvis Ottawa fans

Fans scream as Elvis Presley performs at the Ottawa Auditorium on April 3, 1957. (City of Ottawa Archives)

Woman recalls ‘heartbreak hotel’ missing Elvis show in Ottawa
Woman recalls 'heartbreak hotel' missing Elvis show in Ottawa
That’s the Elvis Jailhouse rock costume
Big Little Lies’ Music Supervisor on How the Finale’s Songs Were Chosen http://vult.re/2o0T9dt
Big Little Lies’ Music Supervisor on the Finale’s Songs
Big Little Lies’ Music Supervisor on the Finale’s Songs
Watch Simone Biles Hilariously Channel Elvis Presley in Dancing with the Stars Rehearsal
Watch Simone Biles Hilariously Channel Elvis Presley in Dancing with the Stars Rehearsal
Mariah Carey pays tribute to George Michael with heartbreaking performance in Dubai
Mariah Carey pays tribute to George Michael with heartbreaking performance in Dubai

reference sites:
http://www.elvisnews.com

http://www.scottymoore.net/tourdates50s.html

http://www.elvis-in-concert.com/

http://www.elvisconcerts.com

http:www.keithflynn.com/recording-sessions/

http://www.elvisrecordings.com/  Master and Sessions

http://www.elvisinfonet.com/

http://www.elvis.com.au/

www.elvishistoryblog.com/

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