Daily Elvis: July 10

Give us this day,  July 10, our daily Elvis

July 10, 1900

His Master’s Voice” was registered with the U.S. Patent Office. The logo of the Victor Recording Company (later RCA Victor) shows the dog Nipper cocking his ear to the horn of a gramophone.

Tupelo, Mississippi

1935-1940

306 Old Satillo Road, Elvis’ birthplace, is now 306 Elvis Presley Drive.

July 10, 1938

Vernon in prison

1940-41
Reese Street, where the Presleys stayed with Vester and Clettes Presley and their daughter Patsy,

1942
Kelly Street, a rented, small apartment.

July 10, 1945
Berry Street -“Doll” Smith lived here with the Presleys and then Minnie Mae Presley moved in.

1946
Commerce Street, a rental
510 1/2 Maple Street, South Tupelo -the Presleys lived with Glady’s cousin Frank Richards and his wife, Leona.

Mulbery Alley
1010 North Green Street, in the Shakerag section of Tupelo.

Memphis, Tennessee

Sept. 12, 1948 – Sept. 20, 1949

Humes High School, Memphis, Tennessee

1950

The US music show Your Hit Parade premiered on NBC-TV. The program, which featured vocalists covering the top hits of the week, had been on radio since 1935. It moved to CBS in 1958 but was canceled the following year, unable to cope with the rising popularity of Rock ‘n’ Roll.

572 Poplar Avenue
185 Winchester Street, a two- bedroom apartment (number 328)

April 20, 1954 – mid October 1954

Elvis worked at Crown Electric for $1.00 an hour. He delivered supplies to the job sites and hoped to train to be an electrician. He stayed at Crown until mid-Oct

end of 1954 to mid-1955
2414 Lamar Avenue, rented

rented from mid-1955 to May, 11 1956.

1414 Getwell Street

Audobon Drive

The Sun Records Rockabilly Era

July 10, 1954

New York radio station WINS announced the hiring of pioneer Rock disc jockey Alan Freed to be the host of their Rock ‘n’ Roll Party. As he did on his earlier Moondog’s Rock ‘n’ Roll House Party Show on WJW in Cleveland, Freed programmed records by Black R&B artists that many White teenagers had never heard before. Freed is often credited with popularizing the term “Rock and Roll”, although the phrase was first used in 1942 by Billboard magazine columnist Maurie Orodenker to describe upbeat recordings.

July 10, 1955

 

The RCA Victor Atomic Powered Singer

July 10, 1956

Elvis and June drove to New Orleans with the rest of the gang to spend the day.

July 10, 1957

Elvis took his parents and Anita Wood to a private midnight screening of Loving You.

The Military Service Disruption

July 10, 1958

Military service  Fort Hood in Texas.

July 10, 1959

Military Service: Hotel Grunwald in Bad Nauheim, Germany

The Hollywood Decade/The Elvis Establishment

July 10, 1960

Elvis went water-skiing at McKellar Lake.

July 10, 1961

Follow That Dream 

July 10, 1962

Elvis arrive at Graceland by car.

July 10, 1963

Soundtrack recording for Viva Las Vegas continued from 7.00 p.m. to 3.30 a.m.

Radio Recorders Studio B – Hollywood, California
I Need Somebody To Lean On RPA3 0386-20
Do The Vega WPA1 8025-07
Santa Lucia (track) ////////-03
Viva Las Vegas RPA3 0234-07
The Climb (George McFadden) HRA1 8687-03
Yellow Rose Of Texas / The Eyes Of Texas WPA1 8024-09
C’mon Everybody (movie version) ////////-07


July 10, 1964

Girl Happy 

July 10, 1965

July 10, 1966

Double Trouble

July 10, 1967

Speedway

In his car on July 10, 1967

July 10, 1968

July 10, 1969

Charro!

The Vegas Artist in Residence and Tour Decade

July 10, 1970

July 10, 1971

The “Love Letters From Elvis”album was critically panned upon release, and failed to crack the top 20 of the Billboard album charts but int he USA did reach  hit #33 on the pop and  #12 on the US Top Country Albums chart while cracking the top 10 at #7 on the UK best-selling albums chart.

Three songs from this album were released on singles. The single “Life / Only Believe” was released in March 1971 and reached only #53 on the US Billboard Singles chart. It was Elvis’s lowest chart position for a single since “Almost in Love” had reached #95 in late 1968. “Heart Of Rome” was placed on the B-side of the non-album track “I’m Leavin'” released as a single in August 1971 it reached #23 in the UK and #83 in Australia.

July 10, 1972

Elvis in Palm Springs

July 10, 1973

July 10, 1974

Elvis remained in Memphis for the rest of the month.

At the Memphis Southmen’s football season opener on July 10, 1974

July 10, 1975

Elvis performed at the Cleveland Coliseum, Richfield, Ohio.

both photos by Len Leech

Date: 10 Jul 1975
Time: 8.30pm
Venue: Richfield, OH.
Cleveland Coliseum
Tickets: 21,000
Costume: Black Phoenix suit
Track list: Also Sprach Zarathustra
See See Rider
I Got A Woman/Amen
Love Me
If You Love Me
Love Me Tender
All Shook Up
Teddy Bear/Don’t Be Cruel
Steamroller Blues
The Wonder Of You
Burning Love
[band introductions]
T-R-O-U-B-L-E
Why Me Lord
How Great Thou Art
Let Me Be There
Funny How Time Slips Away
Little Darlin’
Mystery Train/Tiger Man
Can’t Help Falling In Love
Recordings:

Sitting in the back of a limo with Linda Thompson in Cleveland, OH on July 10, 1975

Engagement – Tour Ref: On Tour number 17 – July 8th – July 24th 1975
Info: Date: Venue: Location: Showtime: Crowd: Suit: Belt: Musicians: Pics: CD: CDR:
Info July 10 1975 Cleveland Coliseum Richfield OH (8:30 pm) 21000 Black Phoenix Original belt Red Suit Yes Yes

July 10, 1976

July 10, 1977

Elvis upstairs at Graceland to the balance of the month

The Wake and Aftermath

 

1982 Elvis Presley Enterprises/Graceland Tourism

2001

The Elvis Presley  “Blue Suede Shoes Collection” was released.

2003 Recording Artist: Daughter Lisa Marie Presley

2010 Actor: Granddaughter Riley Keough

 

2017

Brewdog loses legal battle with Elvis Presley estate

 

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

The Elvis Presley Record Research Database

http://www.elvisinfonet.com/

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

Elvis History Blog

 

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