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306 Old Satillo Road, Elvis’ birthplace, is now 306 Elvis Presley Drive.
Vernon Presley awaiting prison ( May 25 1938 to February 6 1939)
Vernon Presley in prison ( May 25 1938 to February 6 1939)
Reese Street, where the Presleys stayed with Vester and Clettes Presley and their daughter Patsy,
Kelly Street, a rented, small apartment.
The Presley family moved to the Mississippi Gulf Coast, May 15 to June 20, Returning to Tupelo.
August 8, 1945 to July 18, 1946
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.
1948-1953 – Humes High School
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
June 3, 1951 to July 1, 1951
Elvis was employed as a machinist by “Precision Tool Co.”
April 17, 1952 to May 28, 1952
Elvis worked as an user at Loew’s State Theatre
At Manhattan Center in New York City, Perry Como recorded “No Other Love.”
Elvis worked at Crown Electric, until mid-October 1954
The Presleys lived at 2414 Lamar Avenue, rented til the end of 1954 to mid-1955
The Sun Records Rockabilly Era
May 19, 1955
Elvis performed at the Memorial Auditorium, Raleigh, North Carolina, which was Elvis’ last show of the tour.
|Info||April 19 1955||VFW Club||Hernando MS|
The Presleys lived at 1414 Getwell Street rented from mid-1955 to May, 11 1956.
The RCA Victor Atomic Powered Singer
May 19, 1956
Lonnie Donegan kicks off a tour of the US by appearing on The Perry Como Show, where he performs “Rock Island Line”.
Roy Orbison and Teen Kings released the Sun Records single “Ooby Dooby” b/w “Go! Go! Go!” It peaked at #59 and was Orbison’s first chart entry.
Elvis performed at the University Of Nebraska Coliseum, Lincoln, Nebraska.
One girl knocked down all of the stage footlights while trying to grab the singer. Another grabbed a cord which disconnected the entire loudspeaker system. When the performance was finished, teenagers mobbed the stage. A cordon of policemen finally got Presley out of the Auditorium.
Police said their instructions were to escort Presley to a state car waiting out front immediately after his performance. Presley, however, said he did not want to leave. He was signing autographs and having his picture taken with some of his teenage fans. Because of the press of the crowd, police finally forcibly escorted Presley out of the Coliseum and into the waiting car
During an interview Presley said he has been in the entertainment business for a year and a half. When asked what type of music he sings, Presley said it was “a little rock and roll and a little hillbilly.” Asked how the frenzied reaction by teenage girls affected him, Presley said he thought it was “great, makes you want to kill yourself to do everything you can to please them.”
|Info||April 19 1956||Municipal Auditorium||Oklahoma City OK||(7:30 PM)||6500||Texas Tour||Yes|
|Info||April 19 1956||Municipal Auditorium||Oklahoma City OK||(9:30 PM)||6500||Texas Tour||Yes|
The Presleys lived at Audobon Drive
May 19, 1957
Tommy Sands sang “Teenage Crush” on CBS-TV’s “The Ed Sullivan Show.” Risë Stevens, the Glenn Miller Band, Lou Holtz, and “Pigmeat” Markham also performed on the program.
The Presleys lived at Audobon Drive, Graceland purchased on March 19.
The Military Service Disruption
May 19, 1958
Alan Freed took his R&B records with him when joined New York’s WABC-radio one week after quitting his position at WINS.
The Clovers signed with Poplar Records after seven years with Atlantic, the Drifters’ classic, “Drip Drop” (#58 pop), was released and Bobby Freeman, former lead singer of the Romancers, went solo and charted with “Do You Want to Dance,” which reached #2 R&B and #5 pop. The song went on to become a rock ‘n’ roll standard.
Ritchie Valens records the self-penned “Come On, Let’s Go” for Del-Fi Records in Los Angeles. The song would peak at #42 on the Billboard singles chart the following October.
Bobby Darin‘s “Splish Splash” was released. It was the first recording made on an eight track recorder at Atlantic Records and would eventually reach #3 in America and #18 in Great Britain. The song was co-written by Darin and New York City radio personality “Murray the K” (Kaufman).
At the Atlantic studios in New York City, the Drifters recorded “Save the Last Dance For Me” and “I Count The Tears,” which became the group’s last two single releases that featured Ben E. King as lead singer.
Peggy Lee recorded her classic hit “Fever” with just three backup musicians: Joe Mondragon on bass, Shelly Manne playing drums with his fingers, and instead of using his instrument, guitarist Howard Roberts provided finger-snapping.
Military service at Fort Hood in Texas., for basic training as part of the Second Armored Division. He was stationed there for six months.
The Presleys lived at Graceland
May 19, 1959
Feb 3 1959 – March 1960: Goethestr.14 in Bad Nauheim, Germany
The Hollywood Decade/The Elvis Establishment
May 19, 1960
Deejay Alan Freed is indicted along with seven others for accepting $30,650 in payola from six record companies. Two years later, he was convicted and would receive a suspended sentence and a $300 fine.
Ben E. King recorded his last sides with the Drifters before going solo. They included “I Count the Tears” (#17 pop, #6 R&B) and the epic “Save the Last Dance for Me (#1 pop and R&B).
May 19, 1961
The Everly Brothers launch their own record label, Calliope, intended for the purpose of discovering and developing new talent. Their own recordings will continue to be issued exclusively by Warner Brothers.
May 19, 1962
Johnny Tillotson‘s self-penned Country ballad “It Keeps Right On A-Hurtin'” enters Billboard’s Top 40, where it will climb to number 3 and be nominated for a Grammy Award. In the UK, the song reached #31.
Marilyn Monroe sang a sultry version of “Happy Birthday” for U.S. President John F. Kennedy during a fund-raiser at New York City’s Madison Square Garden.
May 19, 1963
Another sign of growing “Beatlemania” occurred while the group was in Hanley, England touring with Roy Orbison, as female fans attempted to sneak into the Beatles’ dressing room. The three girls, who used a ladder to get through the window, were caught but later released without charges after the group signed a few autographs for them.
May 19, 1964
May 19, 1965
FBI agents visit Wand Records to investigate the lyrics to “Louie Louie” by The Kingsmen. They would eventually release a statement that said that it was impossible to exactly decipher the lyrics from “the unintelligible rendition as performed by The Kingsmen.”
Frankie and Johnny Elvis finished the Frankie and Johnny soundtrack at the Goldwyn Studios.
|Samuel Goldwyn Studio’s – Hollywood, California|
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May 19, 1966
In New York City, Eddy Arnold made his Carnegie Hall debut.
May 19, 1967
The release party for the Beatles’ latest album, “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band,” was held at manager Brian Epstein’s home in London. Paul McCartney’s future wife, Linda Eastman, was hired as the press photographer.
May 19, 1968
May 19, 1969
The Beatles’ “Get Back” was certified Gold.
The Vegas Artist in Residence and Tour Decade
May 19, 1970
May 19, 1971
After recording 2 more gospels for his upcoming album, Elvis sat down behind the piano and played some of his old favorites in the early hours of the morning.
May 19, 1972
Elvis returned to Los Angeles. he was “getting a tan” in preparation for his June Madison Square Garden shows
May 19, 1973
Stevie Wonder hit #1 pop and #3 R&B with “You Are the Sunshine of My Life.”
Paul Simon releases the single “Kodachrome”, which would become a hit in the US, but was banned from air play in the UK because it contains a brand name.
After reviewers slammed Elvis Presley’s debut at the Sahara resort at Lake Tahoe, and the several performance cancellations due to “illness,” manager Colonel Tom Parker and Elvis’ father Vernon asked Los Angeles attorney Ed Hookstratten to look into Elvis’ prescription drug use and identify his main suppliers. With Elvis unwilling to cooperate, however, the investigation went nowhere.
|Info||May 19 1973||Sahara Hotel||Lake Tahoe NV||CANCELLED|
|Info||May 19 1973||Sahara Hotel||Lake Tahoe NV||CANCELLED|
May 19, 1974
Elvis did Dinner and Midnight Tahoe Shows
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Sahara Tahoe Hotel
|Track list:||Steamroller Blues
How Great Thou Art
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Sahara Tahoe Hotel
|Info||May 19 1974||Sahara Hotel||Lake Tahoe NV||Dinner (10.00pm)|
|Info||May 19 1974||Sahara Hotel||Lake Tahoe NV||Midnight (12.00am)|
May 19, 1975
May 19, 1976
Rolling Stone Keith Richards crashed his car near Newport Pagnell, Bucks, after falling asleep at the wheel; marijuana and cocaine were found by the police resulting in another fine for the guitarist.
May 19, 1977
The Wake and Aftermath
The disco film “Thank God It’s Friday,” starring Debra Winger, Jeff Goldblum, Donna Summer, Valerie Landsburg, Chick Vennera, and Terri Nunn, premiered in New York City.
White funkster Teena Marie charted with her debut single, “I’m A Sucker for Your Love,’ reaching #8 R&B. The record was produced by Rick James.
The closest thing to a Beatles’ reunion happened when Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr played together at Eric Clapton’s wedding reception The bride, Patti Boyd, was formerly married to George Harrison. Joining them for a jam session were Clapton, Mick Jagger and Ginger Baker. . The all-star band ran through old Little Richard and Eddie Cochran songs.
Supertramp went to No.1 on the US album chart with ‘Breakfast In America’, the group’s only US No.1. It featured three US Billboard hit singles: ‘The Logical Song’, ‘Goodbye Stranger’ and ‘Take the Long Way Home’
ABBA started a four week run at No.1 on the UK album chart with ‘Voulez-Vous’ the group’s fourth No.1 album.
1983 Elvis Presley Enterprises/Graceland Tourism
1984 Actor ExWife: Priscilla Presley
On the third anniversary of his death, Island Records issued the Bob Marley compilation album Legend, which reached #1 in Britain on its first week of release and stayed on the charts for an incredible 129 weeks.
Motown celebrated the 50th anniversary of the legendary Apollo Theater in Harlem with the NBC-TV special “Motown Returns To The Apollo,” featuring performances by label stars Diana Ross, Stevie Wonder, Smokey Robinson, the Temptations, Four Tops, Martha Reeves, Mary Wells, the Commodores, and Thelma Houston. Rod Stewart, Sammy Davis Jr., Sarah Vaughan, James Brown, Little Richard, the Drifters, Al Green, Patti Labelle, Wilson Pickett, Mavis Staples, Joe Cocker, Marilyn McCoo, Lou Rawls, Billy Preston, Chuck Jackson, the Manhattans, and the Cadillacs also appeared.
In Vancouver, British Columbia, Kenny Rogers, Sheena Easton, Bryan Adams, and Loverboy performed at an Expo ’86 gala concert in front of an audience that included honored guests Prince Charles and Diana, Princess of Wales.
The British Phonographic Industry is rebuffed by the UK’s House Of Lords when it tries to prevent electronics manufacturer Amstrad from producing and marketing a dual tape deck which makes it easy for consumers to copy cassettes. Because the company includes copyright warnings with the machine, The House ruled that they were not encouraging people to break the law.
Madonna started a three week run at No.1 on the US singles chart with ‘Vogue’. Originally planned as a B-side, it became the singers eighth US No.1 and seventh UK No.1 hit.
Good Rocking Tonight/Elvis last aired episode: Let it Burn – Elvis is on the road with his band. He cheats on his girlfriend, and she catches him at it
Billy Ray Cyrus released his debut album, “Some Gave All.”
Former U.S. First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis died of non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma at 64.
In Winnipeg, Burton Cummings and Randy Bachman, formerly of the Guess Who, joined Tom Cochrane to perform for nearly 40,000 people outdoors at a CBC-sponsored flood relief concert.
Folk trio Peter, Paul & Mary continued a U.S. tour celebrating their 40th year together by starting a three-night stand at the Orleans Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas.
The $20 million waterpark Dollywood’s Splash Countryopened on 25 acres near the Dollywood theme park in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee.
2003 Recording Artist: Daughter Lisa Marie Presley
Lawyers for Michael Jackson dropped an effort to block an auction of the star’s personal belongings and other Jackson family items. An agreement was reached with representatives of an auctioneer, who was the current owner of the materials, and a New Jersey man who claimed to own a warehouse full of Jackson memorabilia after a failed business venture wound up in bankruptcy court.
‘Stairway To Heaven’ was named the UK’s favourite rock song in a survey by listeners to radio station Absolute Classic Rock. Led Zeppelin had two other tracks in the top 10; ‘Whole Lotta Love’ was voted at No. 4 and ‘Rock ‘n’ Roll’, from the group’s fourth album, was at No. 7
2011 Actor: Granddaughter Riley Keough
Mick Jagger was both the host and the musical guest on NBC-TV’s “Saturday Night Live.”
A guitar played by John Lennon and George Harrison sold for $408,000 (£269,000) at auction. The custom-made instrument, built in 1966 by VOX was bought by an unidentified US buyer in New York. Harrison played ‘I Am the Walrus’,on the guitar in a scene from Magical Mystery Tour in 1967. Lennon used it in a video for ‘Hello, Goodbye’ later that year. After playing the guitar, Lennon gave it as a 25th birthday present to Alexis “Magic Alex” Mardas, a member of The Beatles’ inner circle in the 1960s.
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