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  • Elvis Concert List - 1976

March 17 th Johnson City, Freedom Hall. 21,000 fans. Elvis wore his "Silver Eagle Jumpsuit"

"Phoenix Over Tennessee" Recorded live at the Freedom Hall, Johnson City/Tennessee, March 17, 1976. This CD contains the following tracks; 2001 Theme, See See Rider, I got A Woman/Amen, Love Me, You Gave Me A Mountain, Tryin' To Get To You, ASll Shook Up, Teddy Bear/Don't Be Cruel, Until It's Time For You To Go, Hurt, Polk Salad Annie, Introductions/What'd I say, And I Love You So, How Great Thou Art, Love Me Tender, Let Me Be There, America The Beautiful, Heartbreak Hotel, Hound Dog, Hawaiian Wedding Song, Mystery Train/Tiger Man, Can't Help Falling In love, Closing Vamp, Announcements.

March 18 th Johnson City, Freedom Hall. 7,000 fans. Elvis wore his "Silver Eagle Jumpsuit"

March 19 th Johnson City, Freedom Hall. 7,000 fans. Elvis wore his "Second Pontiac Jumpsuit"

March 20 North Carolina, Charlotte, The Coliseum. 12,000 fans. Elvis wore his "Silver Eagle Jumpsuit"

March 20 North Carolina, Charlotte, The Coliseum. 12,000 fans. Elvis wore his "Bicentennial Jumpsuit"

"Running For President" (King Records) Recorded live in Charlotte North Carolina, March 20, 1976, Evening Show. This CD contains the following tracks; 2001 Theme, Love Me, Let Me Be There, You Gave Me A Mountain, Steamroller Blues, All Shook Up, Teddy Bear, Hound Dog, Heartbreak Hotel, Polk Salad Annie, Band Introductions, And I Love You So, Hurt, Burning Love, America, Funny How Time Slips Away, Fairytale, How Great Thou Art, Can't Help Falling In Love, Closing Vamp.

March 21 Cincinnati, Riverfront Coliseum. 17,540 fans Elvis did 2 shows. Elvis wore his "Bicentennial Jumpsuit"

March 21 Cincinnati, Riverfront Coliseum. 17,540 fans for two shows. Elvis wore his "Rainfall Jumpsuit"

"Holding Back The Years" (DAE) Recorded Live In Cincinnati, Ohio, March 21, 1976; Also Sprach Zarathustra, C.C. Rider, I Got A Woman/Amen, Love Me, Let Me Be There, Love Me Tender, Steamroller Blues, All Shook Up, Teddy Bear/Don't Be Cruel, You Gave Me A Mountain, Polk Salad Annie, Introductions, Hail Hail Rock 'n' Roll, And I Love You So, Hurt, Hurt, Announcement By Elvis, Burning Love, America (The Beautiful), Hound Dog, Funny How Time Slips Away, Can't Help Falling In Love, Closing Vamp.

March 22 St. Louis, Keil Auditorium. 10,564 fans. Elvis wore his "Dark Blue Aztek Jumpsuit"

"Another Night In Tahoe" Recorded live in Lake Tahoe, March 30, 1976, Midnight Show. This CD contains the following tracks; 2001 Theme, See See Rider, I Got A Woman/Amen, Love Me, If You Love Me, You Gave Me A Mountain, All Shook Up, Teddy Bear/Don't Be Cruel, Trying To Get To You, Steamroller Blues, My Way, Introductions, Early Morning Rain, What'd I Say, Johnny B.Goode, Band Member solo's,Love Letters, Hail! Hail! Rock'n' Roll, Hurt, Hurt (reprise), Hound Dog, Jailhouse Rock, American Trilogy, Can't Help Falling In Love/Closing Vamp.

April 21 Kansas City, Kemper Arena. 16,600 fans. Elvis wore his "Bicentennial Jumpsuit"

April 22 Omaha, City Auditorium. 10.564 fans. Elvis wore his "Bicentennial Jumpsuit"

April 23 Denver, McNichols Arena. 19,000 fans. Elvis wore his "Bicentennial Jumpsuit"

April 24 San Diego, Sports Arena. 17,500 fans. Elvis wore his "Bicentennial Jumpsuit"

April 25 California, Long Beach Arena. 28,000 fans for two shows. Elvis wore his "Bicentennial Jumpsuit"

April 26 Seattle, Seattle Coliseum. 14,687 fans. Elvis wore his "Bicentennial Jumpsuit"

April 27 Washington, Spokane, Coliseum. 7,500 fans for Elvis’ last day of the tour. Elvis wore his "Dark Blue Aztek Jumpsuit"

April 30 Elvis opens in Lake Tahoe.

"Live at Lakeside" Recorded live in Lake Tahoe, May 1, 1976, Dinner Show. This CD contains the following tracks; See See Rider, I Got A Woman/Amen, Softly As I Leave You, Happy Birthday to Lorry, If You Love Me (Let Me Know), You Gave Me A Mountain, All Shook Up, Teddy Bear/Don't Be Cruel, My Way, Steamroller Blues, Introductions, Early Morning Rain, What'd I Say, Johnny B.Goode, Band solo's, Hail! Hail! Rock'n'Roll, Hurt, Hound Dog, How Great Thou Art, Love Me Tender, Can't Help Falling In Love, Closing Vam

"A Crazy Show At Lake Tahoe" Recorded live At Lake Tahoe, May 3, 1976. This CD contains the following tracks; 2001 Theme, See See Rider, I Got A Woman/Amen, Love Me, Happy Birthday (reprise), If You Love Me (Let Me Know), You Gave Me A Mountain, All Shook Up, Teddy Bear/Don't Be Cruel, I'll Remember You, An American Trilogy, Steamroller Blues (incomplete), What'd I Say (incomplete), Love Letters, Hurt, Hound Dog, Softly As I Leave You, Why Me Lord, Sweet Sweet Spirit (J.D Sumner & The Stamps), Can't Help Falling In Love, Closing Vamp.

May 9 th Elvis ends his tour in Lake Tahoe.

May 27 Indiana, Bloomington, Assembly Hall. 16,000 fans. Elvis wore his "Second Pontiac Jumpsuit"

May 28 Iowa, James W.Hilton Coliseum. 14,750 fans. Elvis wore his "Bicentennial Jumpsuit"

May 29 Oklahoma City, Myriad Center. 15,300 fans. Elvis wore his "Bicentennial Jumpsuit"

May 30 Texas, Ector Coliseum. 16,000 fans for two shows. "Second Pontiac Jumpsuit" and "Bicentennial Jumpsuit"

May 31 Lubbock, Municipal Coliseum. 9,600 fans. Elvis wore his "Bicentennial Jumpsuit"

June 1 st Tucson, Community Center Arena. 20,000 fans. Elvis wore his "Bicentennial Jumpsuit"

"Tucson '76" REcorded June 1st, 1976, Community Center Arena, Tucson, Arizona. This CD contains the following tracks; See See Rider, I Got A Woman/Amen, Love Me, If You Love Me Let Me Know, You Gave Me A Mountain, All Shook Up, Teddy Bear/Don't Be Cruel, And I Love You So, Jailhouse Rock, Help Me, Fever, Polk Salad Annie, Band Introductions, Early Morning Rain, What'D I say, Love Letters, Hurt, Burning Love, Help Me Make It Through The Night, Danny Boy, Hound Dog, Funny How Time Slips Away, Can't Help Falling In Love. Elvis wore his "Bicentennial Jumpsuit"

June 2 nd El Paso, Civic Center. 7,050 fans. Elvis wore his "Bicentennial Jumpsuit"

June 3 Fort Worth, Tarrant Country Convention Center. 14,000 fans. Elvis wore his "Second Pontiac Jumpsuit"

"Cajun Tornado"CD 2; (Recorded in Fort Worth, Texas, June 3rd, 1976) 2001 Theme, See See Rider, I Got A Woman/Amen, Love Me, If You Love Me Let Me Know, (The following songs were recorded in St. Petersburg, February 14th, 1977), You Gave Me A Mountain, O Sole Mio/It's Now Or Never, All Shook Up, Teddy Bear/Don't Be Cruel, And I Love You So, Fever, My Way, Blueberry Hill, Love Letters, School Days, Hurt, Hound Dog, Can't Help Falling In Love, Closing Vamp. (The following tracks were recorded in Charlotte, February 21st, 1977), Reconcider Baby, Moody Blue, Release Me, Closing Vamp.

June 4 th Atlanta, Omni. 68,000 fans for three shows. Elvis wore his "Bicentennial Jumpsuit"

"One Night At The Omni" Recorded live in Atlanta, Georgia, June 5th, 1976. This CD contains the following tracks; 2001 Theme, See See Rider, Elvis Talks, I Got A Woman/Amen, Love Me, If You Love Me Let Me Know, You Gave Me A Mountain, All Shook Up, Teddy Bear/Don't Be Cruel, Help Me, America, Jailhouse Rock, Fever, Polk Salad Annie, Elvis Talks, Early Morning Rain, What'd I Say, Johnny B.Goode, Band solo's, Love Letters, Hail! Hail! Rock'n'Roll, Hurt, Hurt (reprise), Burning Love, One Night, Funny How Time Slips Away, Mystery Train/Tiger Man, Can't Help Falling In Love. Elvis wore his "Bicentennial Jumpsuit"

June 25 Buffalo, Memorial Auditorium. 17,500 shows. Elvis wore his "Bicentennial Jumpsuit"

June 26 Rhode Island, Providence, Civic Center. 27,000 fans for two shows. Elvis wore his "Bicentennial Jumpsuit"

June 27 Maryland, Capitol Center. 40,000 fans for two shows. Elvis wore his "Bicentennial Jumpsuit"

"Beltway To Largo" Recorded live in Largo, June 27th, 1976, Matinee Show. This CD contains the following tracks; 2001 Theme, See See Rider, I Got A Woman/Amen, Love Me, If You Love Me, You Gave Me A Mountain, All Shook Up, Teddy Bear/Don't Be Cruel, Love Me Tender, Jailhouse Rock, Fever, America The Beautiful, Blue Suede Shoes, Intro, Early Morning Rain, What'd I Say/Johnny B.Goode, Intro, Love Letters/Hail! Hail! Rock'n' Roll, Hurt (with reprise), Help Me, Hound Dog, Funny How Time Slips Away, Can't Help Falling In Love/Closing Vamp. Elvis wore his "Bicentennial Jumpsuit"

June 28 Philadelphia, Spectrum. 19,000 fans. Elvis wore his "Bicentennial Jumpsuit"

"Hurt"Elvis Presley In Concert, June 28, 1976, Hartford. This CD contains the following tracks; 2001 Theme, See See Rider, I Got A Woman/Amen, Love Me, If You Love Me, You Gave Me A Mountain, All Shook Up/Teddy Bear/Don't Be Cruel, And I Love You So, Jailhouse Rock, Fever, Love Letters, Schooldays, Hurt, Hurt, Hound Dog, Funny How Time Slips Away, Can't Help Falling In Love. Elvis wore his "Bicentennial Jumpsuit"

June 29 Virginia, Richmond, Coliseum. 11,900 fans. Elvis wore his "Bicentennial Jumpsuit"

June 30 North Carolina, Greensboro, Coliseum. 16,000 fans. Elvis wore his "Bicentennial Jumpsuit"

July 1 st Louisiana, Shreveport, Hirsch Coliseum. 11,000 fans. Elvis wore his "Bicentennial Jumpsuit"

July 2 nd Baton Rouge, Assembly Center. 16,000 fans. Elvis wore his "Bicentennial Jumpsuit"

July 3 Fort Worth, Tarrant Country Convention Center. 14,000 fans. Elvis wore his "Bicentennial Jumpsuit"

July 4 th Tulsa, Mabee Center, Oral Roberts University. 11,974 fans. Elvis wore his "Bicentennial Jumpsuit"

elvis' last tour dates 1976

July 5 th Memphis, Mid-South Coliseum. 11,999 fans. Elvis wore his "Bicentennial Jumpsuit"

"Goodbye Memphis" (Fort Baxter Vol.13), Recorded Live In Memphis Tennessee, July 5, 1976. CD-1 contains the following tracks; 2001 Theme, C.C. Rider, I Got A Woman/Amen, Love Me, Fairy Tale, You Gave Me A Mountain, All Shook Up, Teddy Bear/Don't Be Cruel, And I Love You So, Jailhouse Rock, Fever, America The Beautiful, One Night, That's All Right, Blue Christmas, Band Introductions, Early Mornin' Rain, What'd I say, Johnny B.Goode, Band Solo's, Love Letters, Band Introductions, School Days, Hurt, Hurt (Full Reprise Version). CD-2; Hound Dog, Funny How Time Slips Away, Help Me, How Great Thou Art, Softly As I Leave You, Polk Salad Annie, Jambalaya (One Line Only), It's Now Or Never, Can't Help Falling In Love, Closing Vamp. Concert 2, Toledo, April 23, 1977 O Sole Mio/It's Now Or Never, Little Sister, Teddy Bear/Don't Be Cruel, And I Love You So, Fever, Polk Salad Annie, My Way, Band Introductions, School Days, Hurt, Houd Dog, Can't Help Falling In Love, Closing Vamp. Elvis Unplugged, Recorded At Home, 1974. Baby What You Want me To Do, Spanish Eyes. Elvis wore his "Bicentennial Jumpsuit"

July 23 Kentucky, Louisville. 19,400 fans. Elvis wore his "Bicentennial Jumpsuit"

July 24 West Virginia, Charleston, Civic Center. 17,000 fans. Elvis wore his "Bicentennial Jumpsuit"

"Fire Of The King - Fever For The Fans" Recorded live at the Civic Center, Charleston, July 24th, 1976, 08:30. This CD contains the following tracks; 2001 Theme, See See Rider, I Got A Woman/Amen, Love Me, If You Love Me Let Me Know, You Gave Me A Mountain, All Shook Up, Teddy Bea'/Don't Be Cruel, And I Love You So, Jailhouse Rock, Fever, Love Letters, Schooldays, Hurt, Hurt (reprise), Hound Dog, Funny How Time Slips Away, Can't Help Falling In Love, Closing Vamp. Elvis wore his "Bicentennial Jumpsuit"

July 25 Syracuse, Onondaga War Memorial Auditorium. 8,500 fans. Elvis wore his "Bicentennial Jumpsuit"

July 26 Rochester, Community War Memorial Auditorium. 10,000 fans. Elvis wore his "Bicentennial Jumpsuit"

July 27 Syracuse, Onondaga War Memorial Auditorium. 8,500 fans. Elvis wore his "Bicentennial Jumpsuit"

"Stormin' Syracuse" Recorded at the Onondga War Memorial Auditorium, Syracuse, New York, July 27, 1976. This CD contains the following tracks; 2001 Theme, See See Rider, I Got A Woman/Amen, Love Me, If You Love Me Let Me Know, You Gave Me A Mountain, All Shook Up, Teddy Bea'/Don't Be Cruel, And I Love You So, Jailhouse Rock, Fever, America, Polk Salad Annie, Love Letters, Introductions, Hail! Hail! Rock "n' Roll, Hurt, Hurt (reprise), Hound Dog, Funny How Time Slips Away, Can't Help Falling In Love, Closing Vamp. Bonus Track ; Pieces Of My Life (asheville, Evening Show, July 24, 1975. Elvis wore his "Bicentennial Jumpsuit"

July 28 Hartford, Civic Center. 12,314 fans. Elvis wore his "Bicentennial Jumpsuit"

July 29 Massachussetts, Springfield, Civic Center. 10,000 fans. Elvis wore his "Bicentennial Jumpsuit"

July 30 Hartford, Veteran’s Memorial Coliseum. 9,600 fans. Elvis wore his "Bicentennial Jumpsuit"

July 31 Virginia, Hampton Roads, Hampton Roads Coliseum. 22,000 fans for two shows. Elvis wore his "Bicentennial Jumpsuit"

"The Bicentennial Elvis Experience" (Fort Baxter Vol.7). Recorded live at the Hampton Coliseum, Hampton Roads, Virginia, August 1, 1976. The CD contains the following tracks; 2001 Theme, See See Rider, I Got A Woman/Amen, Love Me, If You Love Me Let Me Know, You Gave Me A Mountain, All Shook Up, Teddy Bear/Don't Be Cruel, And I Love You So, Jailhouse Rock, Fever, America The Beautiful, Return To Sender, Band Introductions, Early Morning Rain, What'd I Say, Johnny B.Goode, Band Introductions, Love Letters, Band Introductions/Hail! Hail! Rock 'n' Roll, Hurt (with reprise), Hound Dog, Funny How Time Slips Away, Can't Help Falling In Love, Closing Vamp. Elvis wore his "Bicentennial Jumpsuit"

August 2 nd Roanoke, Civic Center. 10,598 fans. Elvis wore his "Bicentennial Jumpsuit"

August 3 Fayetteville, Cumberland County Memorial Auditorium. 7,000 fans. Elvis wore his "Bicentennial Jumpsuit"

August 4 Fayetteville, Cumberland County Memorial Auditorium. 7,000 fans. Elvis wore his "Bicentennial Jumpsuit"

August 5 Fayetteville, Cumberland County Memorial Auditorium. 7,000 fans. Elvis wore his "Bicentennial Jumpsuit"

August 27 San Antonio, Convention Center. 11,000 fans. Elvis wore his "Bicentennial Jumpsuit"

August 28 Houston, Hofheinz Pavilion. 12,000 fans. Elvis wore his "Bicentennial Jumpsuit"

August 29 Alabama, Mobile, Municipal Coliseum. 10,720 fans. Elvis wore his "Bicentennial Jumpsuit"

"One Night In Alabama" Recorded live August, 1976. This CD contains the following tracks; 2001 Theme, See See Rider, I Got A Woman/Amen, Love Me, If You Love Me, You Gave Me A Mountain, All Shook Up, Teddy Bear/Don't Be Cruel, And I Love You So, Jailhouse Rock, Fever, Introductions, Love Letters, Introductions, School Days, Hurt, Hound Dog, Mystery Train/Tiger Man, Can't Help Falling In Love, Closing Vamp.

August 30 Tuscaloosa, Memorial Coliseum. 12,000 fans. Elvis wore his "Bicentennial Jumpsuit"

"Old Times They Are Not Forgotten" (DAE) Recorded Live in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, August 30, 1976. This CD contains the following tracks; 2001 Theme, See See Rider, I Gota A Woman/Amen, Love Me, If You Love Me Let Me Know, You Gave Me A Mountain, All Shook Up, Teddy Bear/Don't Be Cruel, And I Love You So, Jailhouse Rock, America, Introductions, Early Morning Rain, What'D I Say, Johnny B.Goode, Introductions, Love Letters, Introductions, Hail! Hail! Rock 'n' Roll, Hurt, Hound Dog, Heavenly Father (Kathy Westmoreland), Mystery Tain/Tiger Man, Can't Help Falling In Love, Closing Vamp. Elvis wore his "Bicentennial Jumpsuit"

August 31 Georgia, The Coliseum. 10,200 fans. Elvis wore his "Bicentennial Jumpsuit"

"Southbound" (Luxor) Recorded Live in Macon, Georgia, August 31, 1976; Also Sprach Zarathustra, C.C. Rider, I Got A Woman/Amen, Elvis Talks, Love Me, If You Love Me Let Me Know, You Gave Me A Mountain, All Shook Up, Teddy Bear/Don't Be Cruel, And I Love You So, Jailhouse Rock, Fever, America, Introductions, Early Morning Rain, What'd I Say, Johnny B.Goode, Introductions, Love Letters, Introductions, Hail Hail Rock 'n' Roll, Hurt, Hound Dog, That's All Right Mama, Blue Christmas, Mystery Train/Tigerman, Can't Help Falling In Love, Closing Vamp. Bonus; Trying To Get To You * , Hurt (First Live Version Ever * ) Recorded live in Johnson City, Tennessee, March 17, 1976; 8:30 p.m. Elvis wore his "Bicentennial Jumpsuit"

September 1 st Jacksonville, Jacksonville Coliseum. 9,500 fans. Elvis wore his "Bicentennial Jumpsuit"

September 2 nd Tampa, Curtis Hixon Hall. 7,500 fans. Elvis wore his "Bicentennial Jumpsuit"

September 3 St. Petersburg, Fort Center. 8,000 fans. Elvis wore his "Bicentennial Jumpsuit"

September 4 th Florida, Lakeland, Civic Center. 16,000 fans. Elvis wore his "Bicentennial Jumpsuit"

September 5 th Mississippi, Jackson, State fair Civic Center. 12,000 fans. Elvis wore his "Bicentennial Jumpsuit"

September 6 th Alabama, Huntsville, Von Braun Civic Center. 16,000 fans for two shows. Elvis wore his "Bicentennial Jumpsuit"

September 7 th Arkansas, Pine Bluff, Convention Center. 15,000 fans. Elvis wore his "Bicentennial Jumpsuit"

"Still Rocking The Nation" Huntsville, October 9, 1976. This CD contains the following tracks; 2001 Theme, See See Rider, I Got A Woman/Amen, Love Me, Fairytale, You Gave Me A Mountain, All Shook Up, Teddy Bear/Don't Be Cruel, And I Love You So, Jailhouse Rock, Fever, America (with reprise), Band Introductions, Early Morning Rain, What'D I Say, Johnny B.Goode, Band Solo's, Love Letters, School Days, Hurt (with reprise), Hound Dog, Danny Boy (sung by Sherill Nielsen), That's All Right, Blue Christmas, Mystery Train/Tiger Man, Funny How Time Slips Away, Can't Help Falling In Love, Closing Vamp. Elvis wore his "Bicentennial Jumpsuit"

October 14 th Chicago, Chicago Stadium. 19,,000 fans. Elvis wore his "Inca Gold Leaf Jumpsuit"

October 15th Chicago, Chicago Stadium. 19,,000 fans. Elvis wore his "Indian Feather Jumpsuit"

"Chicago Beat" (Live Archives). Recorded live at the Chicago Stadium, Chicago, Illinois, October 14, 1976. This CD contains the following tracks; 2001 Theme, See See Rider, I Got A Woman/Amen, Love Me, If You Love Me Let Me Know, You Gave Me A Mountain, Jailhouse Rock, All Shook Up, Teddy Bear/Don't Be Cruel, And I Love You So, Fever, Polk Salad Annie, Band Intro's, Early Morning Rain, What'd I Say, Johnny B.Goode, Ronnie Tutt Solo, Jerry Scheff Solo, Tony Brown Solo, Davis Briggs Solo, Love Letters, School Days, Hurt, Hurt (full reprise), Love Me Tender, Hound Dog, Funny How Time Slips Away, Mystery Train/Tiger Man, Can't Help Falling In Love, Closing Vamp." Elvis wore his "Inca Gold Leaf Jumpsuit"

"Bringin' The House Down" Chicago Stadium, Oct 15, 1976. The Tracks Are; I Got A Woman/Amen, Love Me, If You Love Me (Let Me Know), You Gave Me A Mountain, Help Me, Jailhouse Rock, All Shook Up, Teddy Bear/Don't Be Cruel, And I Love You So, Steamroller Blues, Band Introductions, Early Morning Rain, What'd I Say, Johnny B.Goode, Ronnie's Drum Solo, Jerry's Bas Solo, Tony's Piano Solo, Davids Electric Piano Solo, Love Letters (Incomplete), School Days, Hurt (With Reprise), Hound Dog, It's Now Or Never, Blue Christmas, Can't Help Falling In Love, Closing Vamp. Elvis wore his "Indian Feather Jumpsuit

"My, It's Been A Long, Long Time" (Luxor) Recorded Live in Duluth, October 16, 1976, 8:30 p.m.; Sweet Inspiration, The Last Time I Saw Him (Performed by The Sweet Inspirations) Introductions, 2001 Thema, C.C. Rider, I Got A Woman/Amen, Love Me, If You Love Me Let Me Know, You Gave Me A Mountain, All Shook Up/Teddy Bear, And I Love You So, Blue Suede Shoes, Fever, America, Introductions, Early Morning Rain, What'd I Say, Johnny B.Goode, Introductions, Love Letters, Introductions, Hail Hail Rock 'n' Roll, Love Me Tender, Hurt, Hurt, Funny How Time Slips Away, Hound Dog, Can't Help Falling In Love, Closing Vaamp, Announcements. "White Jumpsuit"

October 17 th Minneapolis, Metropolitan Sports Center. 15,800 fans. "Inca Gold Leaf Jumpsuit"

October 18th Sioux Falls Arena, 7,903 fans. Elvis wore his "King Of Spades Jumpsuit"

October 19 th Wisconsin, Madison, Dane County Coliseum. 10,211 fans. Elvis wore his "Blue Rainbow Jumpsuit"

October 20 Indiana, Notre Dame Athletic and Convention Center. 12,000 fans. Elvis wore his "Flame Jumpsuit"

"Eternal Flame" Recorded live at the South Bend, Indiana, October 20th, 1976. This CD contains the following tracks; 2001 Theme, See See Rider, I Got A Woman/Amen, Love Me, If You Love Me (Let Me Know), You Gave Me A Mountain, Jailhouse Rock, Help Me, All Shook Up, Teddy Bear/Don't Be Cruel, And I Love You So, Fever, Steamroller Blues, Band Introductions, Early Morning Rain, What'd I Say, Johnny B.Goode, Band Solo, Love Letters, Schooldays, Hurt (with reprise), Funny How Time Slips Away, Little Darlin', Can't Help Falling In Love, Closing Vamp. Elvis wore his "Flame Jumpsuit"

October 21 Kalamazoo, Wings Stadium. 7,500 fans. Elvis wore his "King Of Spades Jumpsuit"

October 22 Illinois, Assembly Hall. 7,500 fans. "Inca Gold Leaf Jumpsuit"

October 23 Richmond, Ohio, Cleveland Coliseum. 20,000 fans. Elvis wore his "King Of Spades Jumpsuit"

"Fairy Tales" Recorded live at the Richfield Coliseum, Cleveland, Ohio, October 23, 1976. This CD contains the following tracks; 2001 Theme, See See Rider, I Got A Woman/Amen, Love Me, Fairytale, You Gave Me A Mountain, Jailhouse Rock, All Shook Up, Teddy Bear/Don't Be Cruel, And I Love You So, America, Polk Salad Annie, Band Introductions, Early Morning Rain, What'd I Say, Johnny B.Goode, Love Letters, Hail! Hail! Rock 'n' Roll, Hurt, Hound Dog, Danny Boy/Walk With Me (Sherrill Nielsen), Heartbreak Hotel, How Great Thou Art, Mystery Train/Tiger Man, Can't Help Falling In Love.

October 24 Indiana, Roberts Stadium. 13,500 fans. Elvis wore his "Indian Feather Jumpsuit"

October 25 Indiana, Fort Wayne, Memorial Coliseum. 8,500 fans. Elvis wore his "Blue Rainbow Jumpsuit"

"Blue Rainbow" (2CD-Set) Recorded live in Fort Wayne, October 25, 1976. This CD contains the following tracks; See See Rider, I Got A Woman/Amen, Love Me, Fairytale, You Gave Me A Mountain, Jailhouse Rock, Help Me, All Shook Up, Teddy Bear/Don't Be Cruel, Trying To Get To You, Fever, America, Band introductions, Early Morning Rain, What'd I Say, Johnny B.Goode, Band solo's. CD2; Love Letters, Hail! Hail! Rock'n'Roll, Hurt, Hound Dog, How Great Thou Art, Funny How Time Slips Away, Blue Christmas, Mystery Train/Tiger Man, Danny Boy/Walk With Me (Sherill Nielsen), My Heavenly Father Watches Over Me (Kathy Westmoreland), Burning Love, Can't Help Falling In Love. Elvis wore his "Blue Rainbow Jumpsuit"

October 26 Dayton, Ohio University. 13,000 fans. Elvis wore his "Flame Jumpsuit"

October 27 Southern Illinois University Arena. Final concert of the tour. "Inca Gold Leaf Jumpsuit"

November 24 Elvis starts his new tour at the Centennial Coliseum in Reno. Elvis wore his "Indian Feather Jumpsuit"

November 25 Oregon,McArthur Court. Elvis wore his "Blue Rainbow Jumpsuit"

November 26 Portland, Memorial Coliseum. 11,000 fans. "Inca Gold Leaf Jumpsuit"

November 27 Oregon, McArthur Court. Elvis wore his "Indian Feather Jumpsuit"

November 28 San Francisco, Cow Palace. 14,300 fans. Elvis wore his "King Of Spades Jumpsuit"

November 29 San Francisco, Cow Palace. 14,300 fans. Elvis wore his "Blue Rainbow Jumpsuit"

November 30 Anaheim Convention Center, 8,500 fans. Elvis wore his "Indian Feather Jumpsuit"

"America The Beautiful" (King Records). Recorded live at the Cow Palace, San Francisco, November 28, 1976. This CD contains the following tracks; Also Srach Zarathustra, See See Rider, I Got A Woman/Amen, Love Me, If You Love Me Let Me Know, You Gave Me A Mountain, Jailhouse Rock, It's Now Or Never, All Shook Up, Teddy Bear, Don't Be Cruel, And I Love You So, Fever, America, Polk Salad Annie, Introductions, Early Morning Rain, What'd I Say, Johnny B.Goode, Love Letters, Hurt, Hound Dog, Can't Help Falling In Love, Closing Vamp.

"The Nation's Only Atomic Powered Singer" Live from the Cow Palace, San Francisco, November 29, 1976. This CD contains the following tracks; 2001 Theme, See See Rider, I Got A Woman/Amen, Love Me, If You Love Me Let Me Know, You Gave Me A Mountain, Blue Suede Shoes, It's Now Or Never, All Shook Up/Teddy Bear/Don't Be Cruel, And I Love You So, Fever, Bridge Over Troubled Water, Intro, Early Morning Rain, What'D I Say, Johnny B.Goode, Band Solo's, Love Letters, Hail! Hail! Rock 'n' Roll, Hurt, Hound Dog, Funny How Time Slips Away, Blue Christmas, Mystery Train/Tiger Man, Hawaiian Wedding Song, Can't Help Falling In Love, Closing Vamp.

November 30 Anaheim Convention Center. The end of the six-days tour. 55,000 fans. Elvis wore his "Indian Feather Jumpsuit"

December 2 nd Elvis opening in Las Vegas.

elvis' last tour dates 1976

"Love letters from Nevada" Recorded live in The Las Vegas Hilton, December 4th, 1976, Dinner Show. This CD contains the following tracks; 2001 Theme, C.C Rider, I Got A Woman/Amen, Love Me, If You Love Me (Let Me Know), You Gave Me A Mountain, Jailhouse Rock, It's Now Or Never, Tryin' To Get To You, Blue Suede Shoes, Fever, America, Bridge Over Troubled Water, What Now My Love, Early Morning Rain , What'd I Say, Band solo's, Hail! Hail! Rock'n'Roll, Hurt, Hound Dog, How Great Thou Art, Can't Help Falling In Love, Closing Vamp.

"In Free Fall" Recorded live at the Las Vegas Hilton, December 5, 1976. This CD contains the following tracks; 2001 Theme, See See Rider, I Got A Woman/Amen, Monologue, Blue Christmas, That's All Right, Monologue, Are You Lonesome Tonight?, Monologue, Sweet Caroline, You Gave Me A Mountain, Jailhouse Rock, O Sole Mio/It's Now Or Never, Monologue, Tryin' To Get To You, Fever (incomplete), America, Introductions, Early Morning Rain, What'd I Say, Johnny B.Goode, Band Solo's, Love Letters, Hail! Hail! Rock'n'Roll, Hurt, Hound Dog, Monologue, How Great Thou Art, Can't Help Falling In Love, Closing Vamp.

"Run On" (Front Row Productions) Recorded live at the Las Vegas Hilton, December 7th, 1976. This CD contains the following tracks; See See Rider, I Got A Woman/Amen, Love Me, If You Love Me Let Me Know, You Gave Me A Mountain, O Sole Mio/It's Now Or Never, Blue Christmas, That's All Right, Are You Lonesome Tonight, Softly As I Leave You, Fever, All Shook Up/Teddy Bear/Don't Be Cruel, Introductions, What'd I Say, Love Letters, Hail! Hail! Rock 'n' Roll, Hurt, Hound Dog, Hawaiian Wedding Song, You'd Better Run, Rock My Soul, Can't Help Falling In Love/Closing Vamp, Christmas Souvenir Announcement

"Tornado From Vegas" December 8, 1976. This CD contains the following tracks; 2001 Theme, See See Rider, I Got A Woman/Amen, Love Me, if You Love Me, You Gave Me A Mountain, Jailhouse Rock, O Sole Mio/It's Now Or Never, Blue Christmas, That's All right, Are You Laughing Tonight, Softly As I leave You, Blue Suede Shoes, Heartbreak Hotel, Bridge Over Troubled Water, Early Morning Rain, What'D I say, Love Letters, Hurt, Mystery Train/Tiger man, How Great Thou art, Can't help Falling In Love.

"Vegas Remembering" Recorded live at the Las Vegas Hilton, December 10th, 1976, Dinner Show. This CD contains the following tracks; Opening Vamp, See See Rider, I Got A Woman/Amen/I Got A Woman, Love Me, All Shook Up/Teddy Bear/Don't Be Cruel, You Gave Me A Mountain, Jailhouse Rock, O Sole Mio/It's Now Or Never, Blue Christmas, That's All Right, Softly As I Leave You, Are You Lonesome Tonight, Steamroller Blues, Band Introductions, Early Morning Rain, What'd I Say, Love Letters, Introductions, Hail! Hail! Rock 'n' Roll, Hurt, Hawaiian Wedding Song, Can't Help Falling In Love, Closing Vamp.

December 12 th Elvis ends his shows in Las Vegas.

"Black Diamond" (2CD-set) Recorded live in Las Vegas December 12, 1976. CD 1; 2001 Theme,See See Rider, I Got A Woman/Amen, Love Me, My Way (with false start), Fairytale, You Gave Me A Mountain, Elvis Talks With The Audience, Jailhouse Rock, Little Sister, O Sole Mio/It's Now Or Never, Trying To Get To You, Happy Birthday Charlie Hodge, Blue Suede Shoes, Elvis Talks About His Birthstone, Blue Christmas, Softly As I Leave You, Are You Lonesome Tonight (Laughing with the audience), That's All Right, Bridge Over Troubled Water. CD 2; Early Morning Rain/What'd I say/Johnny B.Goode, Band Solo's, Love Letters, Band Introductions/Hail! Hail! Rock 'n' Roll, Hurt, Such A Night, Sweet Caroline, Can't Help Falling In Love, Closing Theme. Bonus Songs;Elvis A Time In Life; If I Loved You, Baby What You Want Me To Do, Separate Ways, Snowbird, Little Egypt, Burning Love, For The Good Times, Wearin' That Loved On Look.

December 27 Texas, Witchita Falls, Henry Levitt Arena. 10,000 fans. Elvis wore his "Blue Rainbow Jumpsuit"

December 28 Dallas, Memorial Auditorium. 9,800 fans. Elvis wore his "Indian Feather Jumpsuit"

"A Hot Winter Night In Dallas" (Fort Baxter Vol.16). Recorded Live In Dallas, December 28, 1976. This CD contains the following tracks; 2001, C.C. Rider, I Got A Woman/Amen, Love Me, Fairy Tale, You Gave Me A Mountain, Jailhouse Rock, O Sole Mio, It's Now Or Never/O Sole Mio, Tryin' To Get To You, Blue Suede Shoes, My Way, Polk Salad Annie, Band Introductions, Early Morning Rain, What'd I say, Johnny B.Goode, Ronnie Tutt Drum Solo, Jerry Scheff Bas Solo, Tony Brown Piano Solo, Davis Briggs Electric Piano Solo, Love Letters, School Days, Hurt (With Reprise), Unchained Melody, Can't Help Falling In Love, Closing Vamp.

December 29 Birmingham, Civic Center. 18,056 fans. Elvis wore his "Inca Gold Leaf Jumpsuit"

"Burning In Birmingham" (2001-05 Label) Recorded Live At The Civic Centre, Birmingham December 29, 1976. This CD contains the following tracks; C.C. Rider, I Got A Woman/Amen, Love Me, Fairy Tale, You Gave Me A Mountain, Jailhouse Rock, O Sole Mio/It's Now Or Never, Trying To Get To You, My Way, Polk Salad Annie, Band Introductions, Early Morning Rain, What'd I Say, Johnny B.Goode, Band Solo's, Love Letters, School Days, Funny How Time Slips Away, Hurt, Hound Dog, For The Good Times, The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face, Unchained Melody, Mystery Train/Tiger Man, Can't Help Falling In Love, Closing Vamp.

December 30 Atlanta, Omni. 17,000 fans. Elvis wore his "King Of Spades Jumpsuit"

December 31 Pittsburgh, Civic Center Arena. 16,049 fans. Elvis wore his "Black Eagle Jumpsuit"

"Auld Lang Syne" (Live Archives) 2 CD-set. Recorded live at New Year's Eve, Pittsburgh, PA, December 31, 1976. CD 1; 2001 Theme, See See Rider, I Got A Woman, Amen, Big Boss Man, Love Me, Fairytale, You Gave Me A Mountain, Jailhouse Rock, Presentation Of Liberty Bell, It's Now Or Never, My Way, Funny How Time Slips Away, Auld Lang Syne, Introduction of Vernon & Lisa Presley, Blue Suede Shoes, Trying To Get To You. CD 2; Polk Salad Annie, Band Introductions, Early Morning Rain, What'd I Say, Johnny B.Goode, Ronnie Tutt Solo, Jerry Scheff Solo, Tony Brown Solo, Love Letters, Hail! Hail! Rock 'n' Roll, Fever, Hurt, Hound Dog, Are You Lonesome Tonight, Reconsider Baby, Little Sister, Unchained Melody, Rags To Riches, Can't Help Falling In Love, Closing Vamp.

"Rags to Riches" (2CD-Set). Recorded live in Pittsburgh, December 31, 1976. This CD contains the following track; CD1 2001 Theme, I Got A Woman/Amen, Big Boss Man, Love Me, Fairytale, You Gave Me A Mountain, Jailhouse Rock, Presentation of Liberty Bell, It's Now Or Never, My Way, Funny How Time Slips away, Auld Lang Syne, Introductions, Blue Suede Shoes, Tryin' To Get To You, Polk Salad Annie. CD2; Early Morning Rain, What'd I Say, Johnny B.Goode, band solo's, Love Letters, Schooldays, Fever, Hurt, Hound Dog, Are You Lonesome Tonight, Reconsider Baby, Little Sister, Unchained Melody, Rags To Riches, Can't Help Falling In Love, Closing Vamp.

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January 4: Elvis, girlfriend Linda Thompson, and 17 others fly to Denver after the King decides, on a whim, to vacation there for his 41st birthday. Members of the Denver police force help them find accommodations. January 8: On his birthday, Elvis and company are skiing in Vail, Colorado. Presley, however, uses only a snowmobile, and only at night. President Ford's daughter, Susan, complains, leading the National Enquirer to sniff around and publish bizarre stories of Elvis snowmobiling at night. January 14: Elvis buys three Cadillacs and two Lincolns (worth $70,000 total) for members of his entourage and members of the Denver PD. January 20: When Presley attempts to move Memphis Mafioso Jerry Schilling and his companion out of their rooms in the middle of the night, Schilling, already upset about the King's bizarre mood swings, leaves Elvis' inner circle once and for all. February 3: An increasingly erratic and paranoid Elvis calls Red and Sonny West to his room at Graceland to discuss his plan to murder all Memphis drug dealers. The singer thinks it should be done immediately, as he has the perfect alibi of a scheduled recording session. February 10: The Memphis Police Department makes Elvis Presley an honorary captain. February 13: Having completed work on Graceland's first racquetball court, Elvis draws up plans for a chain of such courts around the country, bearing his name. February 18: Presley returns to Colorado to look for a permanent home but leaves, never to return, when the local police attempt to gently confront him about his mood swings and strange behavior. March 26: Elvis displays his honorary badge at a Memphis multi-car pileup on the Interstate and attempts to help the victims before police and rescue teams arrive. June 16: With the breakdown of Elvis' inner circle, communication with Colonel Tom Parker has become almost nonexistent, leading him to write a personal note to the King wondering what's happened. June 27: Elton John visits Elvis backstage after tonight's show in Landover, MD. Later he would note that the King "already looked like a corpse." July 3: Presley's father, Vernon, who has never trusted Red and Sonny West, abruptly cancels plane tickets for Sonny's family to join him at tonight's show. July 13: By phone, Vernon fires Sonny, Red, and Elvis' last karate guru, Dave Hebler, terminating them with only a week's pay. Though the official reason is economic, Sonny and Red are certain that Vernon has planned this for some time. July 14: Elvis visits Las Vegas with girlfriend Linda Thompson. July 28: After hearing several reports from band members, and seeing tonight's sad results for himself, the Colonel tells Elvis, point blank, that his performances are not what they should be. August 10: Elvis breaks suddenly from his racquetball chain agreement, claiming he only agreed to put up his name, not his money and firing Joe Esposito and Dr. Nick for making the deal in the first place. Baseball star Don Kessenger eventually takes over the business. August 27: Larry Geller, Elvis' spiritual advisor of sorts, rejoins the Mafia for the first time in nine years, with a desperate Colonel -- once dead set against Geller -- hoping this will be a stabilizing influence for the rapidly declining singer. August 28: After horrible reviews of tonight's show, the Colonel calls Dr. Nick back into service to help get Presley back into fighting trim. September 11: Rumors, later proven true, begin surfacing that Red, Sonny, and Dave Hebler are collaborating on a tell-all book about their time with the King. Predictably, this does not help Elvis' mood or his paranoia. October 5: Elvis flies to Los Angeles and authorizes his old private detective, John O'Grady, to approach Red, Sonny, and Dave with a virtual blank check and some seed money for other, new careers, in hopes that they'll kill the book deal. It doesn't work. October 12: Elvis calls Red and attempts to reconcile without actually asking him back into the fold; Red secretly tapes the conversation. October 26: The tabloid The Star , author of Red, Sonny, and Dave's book deal, publishes excerpts of the phone conversation in an attempt to prove that Elvis is addicted to drugs. Presley is shattered. November 19: Memphis Mafioso George Klein visits Graceland with Miss Tennessee, Terry Alden, in a matchmaking attempt, but Elvis falls for Alden's little sister, Ginger, instead. November 20: The nineteen-year-old Ginger and Elvis take their first (chaperoned) date to Vegas, with her parents' permission. November 23: Jerry Lee Lewis visits Graceland very early in the morning and is told that Elvis is asleep. He drives off in a huff but returns after sunrise, invited there by The King himself. Unfortunately, one of Elvis' security guards hasn't been told, and when Jerry Lee is refused permission to enter, he allegedly brandishes a gun and claims he's come to kill Presley. Lewis, who later claimed he was making a sarcastic joke, is promptly arrested. November 29: At Elvis' request, Ginger Alden appears in San Francisco to join Elvis on his current tour. Unfortunately, current girlfriend, Linda Thompson is still there, having ignored Elvis' advice to leave the tour and get some beauty rest. Linda soon leaves, for good. December 5: Elvis falls before tonight's Vegas show and injures his ankle. December 7: Vernon is hospitalized with what appears to be his second heart attack, but which turns out later to be a mere complication of his first. December 10: Elvis flies Ginger's whole family out to the show tonight in an attempt to get her to stay on the tour; however, tonight's Vegas show is marred by tantrums from Elvis, who constantly disparages the sound and, shockingly, the city. December 12: By request, televangelist Rex Humbard visits Elvis in his dressing room after tonight's show to pray with him. A shaken, tearful Elvis begs him to do just that. "Jesus is coming back really soon, isn't he, Rex?" says the King.

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When and where was Elvis Presley's final concert performance before he died?

16 August 2019, 10:24 | Updated: 16 August 2019, 10:26

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Elvis Presley entertained countless fans during his massively successful career, but what his final ever gig?

The King's last concert was held at the Market Square Arena in Indianapolis on June 26, 1977.

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It was in front of a crowd of just 18,000. The setlist was:

Also Spake Zarathustra (opening) See See Rider I Got A Woman/Amen Love Me Fairytale You Gave Me A Mountain Jailhouse Rock O Sole Mio/It's Now Or Never Little Sister Teddy Bear/Don't Be Cruel Release Me I Can't Stop Loving You Bridge Over Troubled Water (band introductions) Early Morning Rain What'd I Say Johnny B. Goode (solos by band members Larrie Londin: drums, Jerry Scheff: bass, Tony Brown: piano) I Really Don't Want To Know (solo by the backing Joe Guercio Orchestra) Hurt Hound Dog (Elvis introduces various people from the stage) Can't Help Falling In Love (closing vamp)

While Elvis was overweight and pale at this point in his life, he still appeared on form and put on a great show.

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Apparently, the only strange occurrence during the show was that Elvis introduced nearly everyone from his life on stage.

Some fans have claimed that Elvis somehow knew that he was in his final days, while others say he was simply worried about the upcoming publication of Elvis: What Happened? , a tell-all biography by former bodyguards Sonny and Red West.

Footage from the concert was taken at the time, but is very rare. The audio can be heard on the album The Last Farewell .

Elvis Presley died less than a month later at the age of 42.

The last recording Elvis made was a vocal overdub on 'He'll Have To Go' on October 31, 1976, in the 'Jungle Room' at his home at Graceland.

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The final song Elvis performed in private was apparently a version of 'Blue Eyes Crying In The Rain', played on his piano in Graceland just hours before his death.

The final performance that is readily available to watch was the TV special Elvis: In Concert , recorded during his final tour in the cities of Omaha, Nebraska, on June 19, 1977, and Rapid City, South Dakota, on June 21, 1977.

It was broadcast on CBS on October 3, 1977, two months after Presley's death. It was shown by the BBC in the UK on June 9, 1978.

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Elvis' final stage shows were spiritual experiences.

In June 1977, a group of over 250 Elvis fans crossed the Atlantic to see their idol perform in concert. The Elvis Presley Fan Club of Great Britain sponsored the excursion, and while most of the travellers were from the United Kingdom, others from Denmark, Belgium, and Ireland also came on the trip of a lifetime for Presley European fans.

The group’s timing was both fortunate and tragic. The fans from abroad were fortunate in being able to see Elvis on stage in two mid-West American cities. The tragedy was that, of the nearly 1,500 stage shows Presley played during his 24-year career, the European fans saw the last ones he performed during his lifetime. Elvis died less than two months later.

Elvis started his final stage tour, a 10-day swing through the American heartland, in Springfield, Missouri, on June 17, 1977. Following were stops on successive nights in Kansas City, Omaha, Lincoln, Rapid City, Sioux Falls, Des Moines, and Madison. The final two shows, both attended by the European tourists, came on June 25 and 26 in Cincinnati and Indianapolis.

Despite disturbing reports of Presley’s declining health and recent bizarre behavior on stage in other cities, Cincinnati’s Riverfront Coliseum and Indianapolis’s Market Square Arena both sold out their capacities of over 17,000 for Elvis’ upcoming shows. In Cincinnati the doors opened 2 ½ hours before show time. Available for early arrivers were an assortment of Presley souvenirs, including posters ($3 and $5), programs ($3), buttons ($2), binoculars ($5), necklaces ($5), and belt buckles ($10).

As with all Elvis concerts in the ’70s, the anticipation of seeing the King was prolonged. After the Stamps, the Sweet Inspirations, and comedian Jackie Culhane concluded the hour-long opening show, the frustrating intermission leading to Elvis’ appearance dragged on. Rita Rose of the  Indianapolis Star  waited with trepidation, noted in her review of the concert the following day:

“The big question was, of course, had he lost weight? His last concert here, nearly two years ago, found Elvis overweight, sick and prone to give a lethargic performance. As the lights in the Arena were turned down after intermission, you could feel a silent plea rippling through the audience: Please, Elvis, don’t be fat?”

In Cincinnati the previous night, the announced 20-minute intermission stretched out to 55 minutes (due, Elvis later explained on stage, to an emergency trip to the dentist). Elvis finally appeared to an explosion of flashbulbs and a swelling tumult of noise from the audience. “The King looked awful,” lamented Ken Williams of the  Journal News . “Elvis still had a paunch which could do as a Santa Claus suit without needing padding … Ghastly pale, eyelids nearly swollen shut.” Elvis mumbled something, but Williams could make out only two words, “Novocain shot,” which the writer interpreted as “an excuse for what was about to happen.”

Other journalists in the audience confirmed Presley’s unhealthy appearance. In the  Cincinnati Post , Brad Balfour observed, “Elvis ambled about the stage moving his bloated face and heavy bulk around woodenly.”  Indianapolis Star  writer Zach Dunkin teased, “Married men may have found an ally in Elvis Presley. Wives may figure so what if their old men have 42-inch waists and chubby cheeks.” Published photos of Elvis on stage have since confirmed what the reviewers described.

But the journalists also reported that it didn’t matter to the crowd that Elvis was so out of shape. In Cincinnati, Williams noted, “It is obvious the fans still love Elvis. They still pack arenas to see their idol. They come to see the legend.” In the  Cincinnati Enquirer , Cliff Radel added, “It was not a concert. It was a rite.” Dunkin opened his review with, “Elvis Presley led another crowd of screamers into bananaland last night,” adding that “three songs into the concert one front row cutie shouted to Elvis, ‘I’m easy!’”

Dunkin described the nature of the crowd in Indianapolis:

“The conservative audience was vintage 35-ish, sprinkled with several curious teenyboppers. There were foxy ladies dressed to impress and would-be Presleys in jumpsuits. A few tots had to be carried through the turnstiles because Mom and Pop couldn’t find a babysitter. Make room for a second generation of Presley fans.”

David and Carole Hawthorne sat excitedly in the audience both nights. They had come across the ocean from County Down in Northern Ireland with the United Kingdom tour group. “I became a fan of Elvis’ in 1963 or ’64,” David explained to Cliff Radel while waiting for Presley to take the stage in Cincinnati. He added, “You know, it’s like John Lennon said, nothing was really going on until Elvis came along.”

Presley’s opening number, “C. C. Rider,” got the show off to a “flash-bulb-popping, hand-clapping start,” Rita Rose observed in Indianapolis. “His ‘Amen’ encouraged everyone to clap and sing along, bringing everyone together.” The playlist of about 20 numbers also included oldies “I Got a Woman,” “Jailhouse Rock,” “Teddy Bear,” “Hound Dog,” “Don’t Be Cruel,” “Little Sister,” and “It’s Now or Never.” Also included were songs Presley had recorded more recently, such as “Unchained Melody,” “You Gave Me a Mountain,” “Fairytale,” “Bridge Over Troubled Water,” and “My Way” (for which he had to read the lyrics off a sheet of paper).

The reviewers differed in their appraisal of Presley’s voice. “Elvis constantly mumbled and the audience couldn’t hear what he was singing,” observed Ken Williams in Cincinnati. “Elvis’ once strong voice is now dominated by his musicians and backup vocalists." The  Post’s  Brad Balfour, who heard the same concert, disagreed: “He has a great voice, richly matured, strong and ranging. He sang all his material well no matter what the style.” The next night in Indianapolis, Presley’s vocals also impressed writer Zach Dunkin: “The man can still sing when he tries. Twice last night he did it magnificently, especially on ‘Hurt,’ when he made a serious effort to reach some difficult notes.”

Elvis’ attempts to parody himself with some hip stage movement did not impress journalist Williams in Cincinnati. “Elvis tried to exercise his booty as in the golden years. I’ve seen senior citizens with better acts.” In Indianapolis, Rita Rose vividly described what she called Elvis’ “leg jerks”:

“In case you have never seen Elvis, this particular maneuver consists of the singer, standing perfectly still with his legs apart, then making his legs ripple like jelly, completing the action with moving first one leg and then the other abruptly to each side.”

Rose added that “Elvis has limited his karate movements, but the stances he takes with his guitar generated screams and shrieks from delighted fans.” He also triggered squeals as women rushed forward to grab the occasional scarf he dangled from the edge of the stage. He went on an especially big scarf-tossing binge during his final show in Indianapolis. Reviewer Zach Dunkin reported that Elvis threw 46 scarves into the “stage rushing audience which included two fellas wearing motorcycle helmets. Were the helmets for protection against the billy club wielding security men? Nope. Those dudes knew they might have to face their wives empty handed.”

In the end, all of the newspaper reporters who saw Elvis Presley perform his final two performances in Cincinnati and Indianapolis in June 1977 concluded that the shows were meager efforts at best. Ken Williams was brutally honest in his review of the Cincinnati show on June 28:

“Apparently the reports are founded upon truth, and the King confirmed the suspicions with his listless, lifeless performance Saturday night at Cincinnati Riverfront Coliseum before another sellout crowd … Gone from his performance is the magic generated by one of the world’s ultimate legends; gone is the energy and vitality of a healthy Elvis; gone is the beauty of the voice that charmed millions … I feared the worst for Cincinnati and the fears became a nightmare for me."

However, the passion evident in both arenas suggests that most of the 34,000 people who saw Elvis Presley perform on stage in Cincinnati and Indianapolis on June 25-26, 1977, cherished that final opportunity to see him perform in a live show, even though he was not at the top of his game, either physically or musically. Just to see him and hear him sing in person must have been a spiritual experience for the pilgrims from across the Atlantic, as well as for thousands of others who saw his final shows.

The final paragraph of Ken Williams’s review in the June 28, 1977, issue of the Cincinnati  Journal News  rang eerily prophetic:

“There was an emptiness at the end. Yes, there comes a time when a performer should step down, retire or rest. Elvis, we love you, but please don’t do this to us. We prefer remembering you at your peak, rather than at your funeral. ‘The King is Dead. Long live the King!’”

When Elvis Presley “left the building” in Indianapolis on June 26, 1977, he had just 50 days to live. —  Alan Hanson  | © April 2015

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Elvis Presley bends down from stage to kiss a fan at the Omni during his three-day concert in Atlanta in 1976.Photo by Bud Skinner

Q: One more question about the old City Auditorium. How many times did Elvis perform there? What were the dates of his concerts in Atlanta?

—Don White, Atlanta

A: Elvis Presley didn't mean to be cruel to his Atlanta fans, but he never performed at the City Auditorium .

Instead, he played four other Atlanta venues before he died 39 years ago today, according to Alan Hanson who writes about all things Elvis at elvis-history-blog.com .

The City Auditorium — its official name was Atlanta Municipal Auditorium — was one of Atlanta’s top spots for a variety of events for more than 70 years. It played host to everything from fiddling competitions to the “Gone With the Wind” premiere ball in 1939.

So much happened in that old building and so many musicians performed there — I wrote about the auditorium on June 21, which prompted this question — it seems natural to think Elvis would have swiveled and shimmied there.

Since suspicious minds want to know, here’s a list of Elvis’ Atlanta concerts, thanks to Hanson.

  • Sports Arena, Dec. 2, 1955 (The Sports Arena was an old venue at 310 Chester Ave. Fewer than 1,000 people saw the 20-year-old that night, the AJC reported.)
  • Fox Theater , March 14-15, 1956 (three shows a day)
  • Paramount Theater, June 22-24, 1956 (10 shows)
  • Omni, June 21, 1973
  • Omni, June 29-30, 1973 (three shows)
  • Omni, July 3, 1973
  • Omni, April 30-May 2, 1975 (three shows)
  • Omni, June 4-6, 1976 (four shows)
  • Omni, Dec. 30, 1976

There’s a reason for the 17-year gap in Elvis’ Atlanta performances.

He was busy shooting movies in 1957, so he played only 18 cities that year. His Army stint then took Elvis away from touring until 1960.

“After that, there was no touring for the rest of the decade, while Elvis made two or three movies each year,” Hanson wrote. “His manager, Colonel Tom Parker, believed that if Elvis did stage shows, it would hurt the box office take for his movies.”

He returned to the road in 1969 and eventually to Atlanta in 1973. By that time, the City Auditorium was nearing its expiration date and the larger, modern Omni had opened in 1972.

“It just took him awhile to get around to Atlanta,” Hanson wrote. “As you can see, though, once he started playing Atlanta, he came back often.”

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  • See See Rider Blues ( 'Ma' Rainey & Her Georgia Jazz Band  cover) Play Video
  • I've Got a Woman ( Ray Charles  cover) Play Video
  • Amen Play Video
  • Love Me ( Willy and Ruth  cover) Play Video
  • Fairytale ( The Pointer Sisters  cover) Play Video
  • You Gave Me a Mountain ( Marty Robbins  cover) Play Video
  • Jailhouse Rock Play Video
  • 'O sole mio ( Eduardo Di Capua  cover) ( performed by Sherrill Nielsen ) Play Video
  • It's Now or Never Play Video
  • Tryin' to Get to You ( The Eagles  cover) Play Video
  • Blue Suede Shoes ( Carl Perkins  cover) Play Video
  • My Way ( Claude François  cover) Play Video
  • Polk Salad Annie ( Tony Joe White  cover) Play Video
  • Early Morning Rain ( Gordon Lightfoot  cover) Play Video
  • What'd I Say ( Ray Charles  cover) Play Video
  • Johnny B. Goode ( Chuck Berry  cover) Play Video
  • Bo Diddley ( Bo Diddley  cover) Play Video
  • Love Letters ( Dick Haymes  cover) Play Video
  • School Day (Ring Ring Goes the Bell) ( Chuck Berry  cover) Play Video
  • Hurt ( Roy Hamilton  cover) Play Video
  • Hound Dog ( Big Mama Thornton  cover) Play Video
  • Unchained Melody ( Hy Zaret & Alex North  cover) Play Video
  • Can't Help Falling in Love Play Video

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23 activities (last edit by ExecutiveChimp , 6 Jan 2023, 16:35 Etc/UTC )

Songs on Albums

  • 'O sole mio by Eduardo Di Capua (2)
  • Blue Suede Shoes by Carl Perkins
  • Bo Diddley by Bo Diddley
  • Early Morning Rain by Gordon Lightfoot
  • Fairytale by The Pointer Sisters
  • Hound Dog by Big Mama Thornton
  • Hurt by Roy Hamilton
  • I've Got a Woman by Ray Charles
  • Johnny B. Goode by Chuck Berry
  • Love Letters by Dick Haymes
  • Love Me by Willy and Ruth
  • My Way by Claude François
  • Polk Salad Annie by Tony Joe White
  • School Day (Ring Ring Goes the Bell) by Chuck Berry
  • See See Rider Blues by 'Ma' Rainey & Her Georgia Jazz Band
  • Tryin' to Get to You by The Eagles
  • Unchained Melody by Hy Zaret & Alex North
  • What'd I Say by Ray Charles
  • You Gave Me a Mountain by Marty Robbins
  • Can't Help Falling in Love
  • It's Now or Never
  • Jailhouse Rock

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Elvis Live 1977

TOUR 48 (February 12 - February 21) - 10 shows
ALSO SPRACH ZARATHUSTRA - THEME FROM 2001 A SPACE ODYSSEY SEE SEE RIDER I GOT A WOMAN AMEN LOVE ME IF YOU LOVE ME LET ME KNOW YOU GAVE ME A MOUNTAIN JAILHOUSE ROCK O SOLE MIO IT'S NOW OR NEVER ALL SHOOK UP (LET ME BE YOUR) TEDDY BEAR DON'T BE CRUEL MY BOY   -   Short MY WAY LITTLE SISTER HELP ME POLK SALAD ANNIE EARLY MORNING RAIN   -   Intro WHAT'D I SAY JOHNNY B. GOODE LOVE LETTERS SCHOOL DAY HURT HOUND DOG FUNNY HOW TIME SLIPS AWAY WOODEN HEART   -   Short UNCHAINED MELODY CAN'T HELP FALLING IN LOVE
ALSO SPRACH ZARATHUSTRA - THEME FROM 2001 A SPACE ODYSSEY SEE SEE RIDER I GOT A WOMAN AMEN LOVE ME LITTLE SISTER YOU GAVE ME A MOUNTAIN BLUE SUEDE SHOES O SOLE MIO IT'S NOW OR NEVER MY WAY ALL SHOOK UP (LET ME BE YOUR) TEDDY BEAR DON'T BE CRUEL AND I LOVE YOU SO FEVER EARLY MORNING RAIN   -   Intro WHAT'D I SAY JOHNNY B. GOODE BLUEBERRY HILL SOLOS LOVE LETTERS HURT HOUND DOG DANNY BOY WALK WITH ME   -   by Sherill Nielsen JAILHOUSE ROCK CAN'T HELP FALLING IN LOVE
ALSO SPRACH ZARATHUSTRA - THEME FROM 2001 A SPACE ODYSSEY SEE SEE RIDER I GOT A WOMAN AMEN LOVE ME IF YOU LOVE ME LET ME KNOW YOU GAVE ME A MOUNTAIN O SOLE MIO IT'S NOW OR NEVER GUADALAJARA   -   Part ALL SHOOK UP (LET ME BE YOUR) TEDDY BEAR DON'T BE CRUEL AND I LOVE YOU SO FEVER MY WAY EARLY MORNING RAIN   -   Intro WHAT'D I SAY JOHNNY B. GOODE BLUEBERRY HILL SOLOS LOVE LETTERS HURT HOUND DOG CAN'T HELP FALLING IN LOVE
ALSO SPRACH ZARATHUSTRA - THEME FROM 2001 A SPACE ODYSSEY SEE SEE RIDER I GOT A WOMAN AMEN LOVE ME IF YOU LOVE ME LET ME KNOW YOU GAVE ME A MOUNTAIN O SOLE MIO IT'S NOW OR NEVER ALL SHOOK UP (LET ME BE YOUR) TEDDY BEAR DON'T BE CRUEL HELP ME BIG BOSS MAN MY WAY EARLY MORNING RAIN   -   Intro WHAT'D I SAY   -   With James Burton JOHNNY B. GOODE DRUM SOLO BASS SOLO PIANO SOLO LOVE LETTERS SCHOOL DAY HURT HOUND DOG CAN'T HELP FALLING IN LOVE
ALSO SPRACH ZARATHUSTRA - THEME FROM 2001 A SPACE ODYSSEY SEE SEE RIDER I GOT A WOMAN AMEN LOVE ME IF YOU LOVE ME LET ME KNOW YOU GAVE ME A MOUNTAIN O SOLE MIO IT'S NOW OR NEVER LITTLE SISTER (LET ME BE YOUR) TEDDY BEAR DON'T BE CRUEL MY WAY POLK SALAD ANNIE EARLY MORNING RAIN   -   Intro WHAT'D I SAY JOHNNY B. GOODE LOVE LETTERS SCHOOL DAY HURT HOUND DOG WHERE NO ONE STANDS ALONE UNCHAINED MELODY CAN'T HELP FALLING IN LOVE
ALSO SPRACH ZARATHUSTRA - THEME FROM 2001 A SPACE ODYSSEY SEE SEE RIDER I GOT A WOMAN AMEN LOVE ME FAIRYTALE JAILHOUSE ROCK YOU GAVE ME A MOUNTAIN O SOLE MIO IT'S NOW OR NEVER LITTLE SISTER (LET ME BE YOUR) TEDDY BEAR DON'T BE CRUEL TRYIN' TO GET TO YOU MY WAY POLK SALAD ANNIE EARLY MORNING RAIN   -   Intro WHAT'D I SAY JOHNNY B. GOODE LOVE LETTERS SCHOOL DAY HURT HOUND DOG UNCHAINED MELODY CAN'T HELP FALLING IN LOVE
ALSO SPRACH ZARATHUSTRA - THEME FROM 2001 A SPACE ODYSSEY SEE SEE RIDER I GOT A WOMAN AMEN LOVE ME FAIRYTALE YOU GAVE ME A MOUNTAIN JAILHOUSE ROCK O SOLE MIO IT'S NOW OR NEVER TRYIN' TO GET TO YOU LITTLE SISTER (LET ME BE YOUR) TEDDY BEAR DON'T BE CRUEL ARE YOU LONESOME TONIGHT? THAT'S ALL RIGHT MY WAY RELEASE ME INTRODUCTIONS EARLY MORNING RAIN WHAT'D I SAY JOHNNY B. GOODE SOLOS LOVE LETTERS SCHOOL DAY HURT CAN'T HELP FALLING IN LOVE
ALSO SPRACH ZARATHUSTRA - THEME FROM 2001 A SPACE ODYSSEY SEE SEE RIDER I GOT A WOMAN AMEN LOVE ME IF YOU LOVE ME LET ME KNOW YOU GAVE ME A MOUNTAIN JAILHOUSE ROCK O SOLE MIO IT'S NOW OR NEVER LITTLE SISTER (LET ME BE YOUR) TEDDY BEAR DON'T BE CRUEL MY WAY EARLY MORNING RAIN   -   Intro WHAT'D I SAY JOHNNY B. GOODE LOVE LETTERS SCHOOL DAY HURT   -   Twice DANNY BOY   -   by Sherill Nielsen WALK WITH ME   -   by Sherill Nielsen HURT POLK SALAD ANNIE CAN'T HELP FALLING IN LOVE
ALSO SPRACH ZARATHUSTRA - THEME FROM 2001 A SPACE ODYSSEY SEE SEE RIDER I GOT A WOMAN AMEN LOVE ME YOU GAVE ME A MOUNTAIN JAILHOUSE ROCK O SOLE MIO IT'S NOW OR NEVER LITTLE SISTER (LET ME BE YOUR) TEDDY BEAR DON'T BE CRUEL MY WAY MOODY BLUE HOW GREAT THOU ART EARLY MORNING RAIN   -   Intro WHAT'D I SAY JOHNNY B. GOODE LOVE LETTERS SCHOOL DAY HURT HOUND DOG UNCHAINED MELODY CAN'T HELP FALLING IN LOVE
ALSO SPRACH ZARATHUSTRA - THEME FROM 2001 A SPACE ODYSSEY SEE SEE RIDER I GOT A WOMAN AMEN ARE YOU LONESOME TONIGHT? RECONSIDER BABY LOVE ME MOODY BLUE YOU GAVE ME A MOUNTAIN JAILHOUSE ROCK O SOLE MIO IT'S NOW OR NEVER LITTLE SISTER (LET ME BE YOUR) TEDDY BEAR DON'T BE CRUEL MY WAY RELEASE ME EARLY MORNING RAIN   -   Intro WHAT'D I SAY JOHNNY B. GOODE LOVE LETTERS SCHOOL DAY HURT WHY ME LORD CAN'T HELP FALLING IN LOVE
TOUR 49 (March 23 - April 03) - 12 shows
ALSO SPRACH ZARATHUSTRA - THEME FROM 2001 A SPACE ODYSSEY SEE SEE RIDER I GOT A WOMAN AMEN LOVE ME MY WAY JAILHOUSE ROCK YOU GAVE ME A MOUNTAIN O SOLE MIO IT'S NOW OR NEVER LITTLE SISTER (LET ME BE YOUR) TEDDY BEAR DON'T BE CRUEL AND I LOVE YOU SO HOW GREAT THOU ART EARLY MORNING RAIN   -   Intro WHAT'D I SAY JOHNNY B. GOODE LOVE LETTERS SCHOOL DAY HURT HOUND DOG CAN'T HELP FALLING IN LOVE
ALSO SPRACH ZARATHUSTRA - THEME FROM 2001 A SPACE ODYSSEY SEE SEE RIDER I GOT A WOMAN AMEN FUNNY HOW TIME SLIPS AWAY IF YOU LOVE ME LET ME KNOW YOU GAVE ME A MOUNTAIN LOVE ME JAILHOUSE ROCK O SOLE MIO IT'S NOW OR NEVER LITTLE SISTER (LET ME BE YOUR) TEDDY BEAR DON'T BE CRUEL MY WAY FEVER EARLY MORNING RAIN   -   Intro WHAT'D I SAY JOHNNY B. GOODE TUTT SOLO #2 BATTLE OF NEW ORLEANS SCHEFF SOLO BROWN SOLO OGDIN SOLO HARRELL CONDUCTOR HAIL HAIL ROCK 'N' ROLL HURT HOUND DOG CAN'T HELP FALLING IN LOVE
ALSO SPRACH ZARATHUSTRA - THEME FROM 2001 A SPACE ODYSSEY SEE SEE RIDER I GOT A WOMAN AMEN RIP IT UP   -   Excerpt LOVE ME HELP ME IF YOU LOVE ME LET ME KNOW YOU GAVE ME A MOUNTAIN LOVE ME TENDER BLUE SUEDE SHOES O SOLE MIO IT'S NOW OR NEVER FEVER THAT'S ALL RIGHT ARE YOU LONESOME TONIGHT? BLUE CHRISTMAS MY WAY HOW GREAT THOU ART EARLY MORNING RAIN   -   Intro WHAT'D I SAY JOHNNY B. GOODE TUTT SOLO #2 SCHEFF SOLO BROWN SOLO OGDIN SOLO HARRELL CONDUCTOR HAIL HAIL ROCK 'N' ROLL HURT HOUND DOG CAN'T HELP FALLING IN LOVE
ALSO SPRACH ZARATHUSTRA - THEME FROM 2001 A SPACE ODYSSEY SEE SEE RIDER I GOT A WOMAN AMEN LOVE ME IF YOU LOVE ME LET ME KNOW YOU GAVE ME A MOUNTAIN JAILHOUSE ROCK O SOLE MIO IT'S NOW OR NEVER TRYIN' TO GET TO YOU THAT'S ALL RIGHT ARE YOU LONESOME TONIGHT? MY WAY FEVER HOW GREAT THOU ART EARLY MORNING RAIN   -   Intro WHAT'D I SAY JOHNNY B. GOODE LOVE LETTERS SCHOOL DAY HURT HOUND DOG DANNY BOY WALK WITH ME   -   by Sherrill Nielsen BLUE SUEDE SHOES LAWDY MISS CLAWDY CAN'T HELP FALLING IN LOVE
ALSO SPRACH ZARATHUSTRA - THEME FROM 2001 A SPACE ODYSSEY SEE SEE RIDER I GOT A WOMAN AMEN LOVE ME IF YOU LOVE ME LET ME KNOW YOU GAVE ME A MOUNTAIN JAILHOUSE ROCK O SOLE MIO IT'S NOW OR NEVER LITTLE SISTER (LET ME BE YOUR) TEDDY BEAR DON'T BE CRUEL THAT'S ALL RIGHT   -   False start THAT'S ALL RIGHT   -   1 part THAT'S ALL RIGHT   -   2 part STEAMROLLER BLUES HELP ME FEVER EARLY MORNING RAIN   -   Intro WHAT'D I SAY JOHNNY B. GOODE TUTT SOLO #2 SCHEFF SOLO BROWN SOLO OGDIN SOLO HAIL HAIL ROCK 'N' ROLL HURT HOUND DOG CAN'T HELP FALLING IN LOVE
ALSO SPRACH ZARATHUSTRA - THEME FROM 2001 A SPACE ODYSSEY SEE SEE RIDER I GOT A WOMAN AMEN LOVE ME IF YOU LOVE ME LET ME KNOW YOU GAVE ME A MOUNTAIN JAILHOUSE ROCK O SOLO MIO   -   Twice - By Sherrill Nielsen IT'S NOW OR NEVER LITTLE SISTER (LET ME BE YOUR) TEDDY BEAR DON'T BE CRUEL BLUE SUEDE SHOES FEVER BAND INTRODUCTIONS EARLY MORNING RAIN   -   Intro WHAT'D I SAY JOHNNY B. GOODE RONNIE TUTT DRUM SOLO JERRY SCHEFF BASS SOLO TONY BROWN PIANO SOLO BOBBY OGDIN ELECTRIC SOLO PIANO SOLO SCHOOL DAY WHY ME LORD BOSSOM OF ABRAHAM YOU BETTER RUN HOW GREAT THOU ART HOUND DOG CAN'T HELP FALLING IN LOVE CLOSING THEME
ALSO SPRACH ZARATHUSTRA - THEME FROM 2001 A SPACE ODYSSEY SEE SEE RIDER I GOT A WOMAN AMEN LOVE ME IF YOU LOVE ME LET ME KNOW YOU GAVE ME A MOUNTAIN JAILHOUSE ROCK O SOLE MIO IT'S NOW OR NEVER LITTLE SISTER (LET ME BE YOUR) TEDDY BEAR DON'T BE CRUEL AND I LOVE YOU SO FEVER LOVE ME TENDER HURT HOUND DOG DANNY BOY WALK WITH ME   -   by Sherrill Nielsen BLUE SUEDE SHOES CAN'T HELP FALLING IN LOVE
TOUR 50 (April 21 - May 03) - 13 shows
ALSO SPRACH ZARATHUSTRA - THEME FROM 2001 A SPACE ODYSSEY SEE SEE RIDER I GOT A WOMAN AMEN LOVE ME IF YOU LOVE ME LET ME KNOW YOU GAVE ME A MOUNTAIN JAILHOUSE ROCK O SOLE MIO IT'S NOW OR NEVER LITTLE SISTER (LET ME BE YOUR) TEDDY BEAR DON'T BE CRUEL AND I LOVE YOU SO FEVER MY WAY EARLY MORNING RAIN   -   Intro 3 verses WHAT'D I SAY JOHNNY B. GOODE TUTT SOLO #2 BATTLE OF NEW ORLEANS   -   Jerry Scheff SCHEFF SOLO BROWN SOLO ODGIN SOLO CONDUCTOR HARRELL HAIL HAIL ROCK 'N' ROLL HURT   -   + Reprise HOUND DOG FUNNY HOW TIME SLIPS AWAY HOW GREAT THOU ART LITTLE DARLIN' CAN'T HELP FALLING IN LOVE
ALSO SPRACH ZARATHUSTRA - THEME FROM 2001 A SPACE ODYSSEY SEE SEE RIDER I GOT A WOMAN AMEN THAT'S ALL RIGHT ARE YOU LONESOME TONIGHT? BLUE CHRISTMAS LOVE ME IF YOU LOVE ME LET ME KNOW YUO GAVE ME A MOUNTAIN JAILHOUSE ROCK O SOLE MIO IT'S NOW OR NEVER LITTLE SISTER (LET ME BE YOUR) TEDDY BEAR DON'T BE CRUEL FEVER MY WAY EARLY MORNING RAIN   -   Intro WHAT'D I SAY JOHNNY B. GOODE TUTT SOLO #2 SCHEFF SOLO BROWN SOLO ODGIN SOLO CONDUCTOR HARRELL HAIL HAIL ROCK 'N' ROLL HURT HOUND DOG CAN'T HELP FALLING IN LOVE
ALSO SPRACH ZARATHUSTRA - THEME FROM 2001 A SPACE ODYSSEY SEE SEE RIDER I GOT A WOMAN AMEN LOVE ME IF YOU LOVE ME LET ME KNOW YOU GAVE ME A MOUNTAIN   -   False start YOU GAVE ME A MOUNTAIN JAILHOUSE ROCK O SOLE MIO IT'S NOW OR NEVER LITTLE SISTER (LET ME BE YOUR) TEDDY BEAR DON'T BE CRUEL AND I LOVE YOU SO FEVER POLK SALAD ANNIE MY WAY EARLY MORNING RAIN   -   Intro WHAT'D I SAY JOHNNY B. GOODE TUTT SOLO #2 SCHEFF SOLO BROWN SOLO ODGIN SOLO CONDUCTOR HARRELL HAIL HAIL ROCK 'N' ROLL CAN'T HELP FALLING IN LOVE
ALSO SPRACH ZARATHUSTRA - THEME FROM 2001 A SPACE ODYSSEY SEE SEE RIDER I GOT A WOMAN AMEN LOVE ME IF YOU LOVE ME LET ME KNOW YOU GAVE ME A MOUNTAIN TRYIN' TO GET TO YOU O SOLE MIO IT'S NOW OR NEVER   -   False start IT'S NOW OR NEVER BLUE HAWAII   -   Excerpt LITTLE SISTER (LET ME BE YOUR) TEDDY BEAR DON'T BE CRUEL HELP ME MY WAY POLK SALAD ANNIE EARLY MORNING RAIN   -   Intro WHAT'D I SAY JOHNNY B. GOODE TUTT SOLO #2 SCHEFF SOLO BROWN SOLO ODGIN SOLO CONDUCTOR HARRELL HAIL HAIL ROCK 'N' ROLL HURT HURT HOUND DOG UNCHAINED MELODY LITTLE DARLIN' CAN'T HELP FALLING IN LOVE
ALSO SPRACH ZARATHUSTRA - THEME FROM 2001 A SPACE ODYSSEY SEE SEE RIDER I GOT A WOMAN AMEN LOVE ME IF YOU LOVE ME LET ME KNOW YOU GAVE ME A MOUNTAIN JAILHOUSE ROCK O SOLE MIO IT'S NOW OR NEVER HEARTBREAK HOTEL LITTLE SISTER (LET ME BE YOUR) TEDDY BEAR DON'T BE CRUEL AND I LOVE YOU SO MY WAY EARLY MORNING RAIN   -   Intro WHAT'D I SAY JOHNNY B. GOODE TUTT SOLO #2 SCHEFF SOLO BROWN SOLO ODGIN SOLO CONDUCTOR HARRELL HAIL HAIL ROCK 'N' ROLL HURT   -   + Reprise HOUND DOG HAWAIIAN WEDDING SONG CAN'T HELP FALLING IN LOVE
ALSO SPRACH ZARATHUSTRA - THEME FROM 2001 A SPACE ODYSSEY SEE SEE RIDER I GOT A WOMAN AMEN LOVE ME FAIRYTALE   -   Excerpt IF YOU LOVE ME LET ME KNOW YOU GAVE ME A MOUNTAIN JAILHOUSE ROCK O SOLE MIO IT'S NOW OR NEVER BIG BOSS MAN HEARTBREAK HOTEL BLUE SUEDE SHOES AND I LOVE YOU SO   -   False start AND I LOVE YOU SO MY WAY EARLY MORNING RAIN   -   Intro WHAT'D I SAY JOHNNY B. GOODE TUTT SOLO #2 SCHEFF SOLO BROWN SOLO ODGIN SOLO HAIL HAIL ROCK 'N' ROLL HOUND DOG CAN'T HELP FALLING IN LOVE
ALSO SPRACH ZARATHUSTRA - THEME FROM 2001 A SPACE ODYSSEY SEE SEE RIDER I GOT A WOMAN AMEN LOVE ME IF YOU LOVE ME LET ME KNOW YOU GAVE ME A MOUNTAIN   -   False start YOU GAVE ME A MOUNTAIN JAILHOUSE ROCK O SOLE MIO IT'S NOW OR NEVER LITTLE SISTER (LET ME BE YOUR) TEDDY BEAR DON'T BE CRUEL AND I LOVE YOU SO MY WAY POLK SALAD ANNIE EARLY MORNING RAIN   -   Intro WHAT'D I SAY JOHNNY B. GOODE TUTT SOLO #2 SCHEFF SOLO BROWN SOLO ODGIN SOLO HAIL HAIL ROCK 'N' ROLL   -   + Reprise HURT   -   + Reprise HOUND DOG CAN'T HELP FALLING IN LOVE
ALSO SPRACH ZARATHUSTRA - THEME FROM 2001 A SPACE ODYSSEY SEE SEE RIDER I GOT A WOMAN AMEN LOVE ME IF YOU LOVE ME LET ME KNOW YOU GAVE ME A MOUNTAIN DANNY BOY by Sherrill Nielsen WALK WITH ME by Sherrill Nielsen JAILHOUSE ROCK O SOLE MIO IT'S NOW OR NEVER LITTLE SISTER (LET ME BE YOUR) TEDDY BEAR DON'T BE CRUEL MY WAY POLK SALAD ANNIE EARLY MORNING RAIN   -   Intro DELTA LADY   -   James Burton solo TUTT SOLO #2 SCHEFF SOLO BROWN SOLO ODGIN SOLO HAIL HAIL ROCK 'N' ROLL HAWAIIAN WEDDING SONG HOUND DOG FUNNY HOW TIME SLIPS AWAY CAN'T HELP FALLING IN LOVE
ALSO SPRACH ZARATHUSTRA - THEME FROM 2001 A SPACE ODYSSEY SEE SEE RIDER I GOT A WOMAN AMEN LOVE ME IF YOU LOVE ME LET ME KNOW   -   False start IF YOU LOVE ME LET ME KNOW YOU GAVE ME A MOUNTAIN JAILHOUSE ROCK O SOLE MIO IT'S NOW OR NEVER TALK ABOUT COBVERING NOTES LITTLE SISTER (LET ME BE YOUR) TEDDY BEAR DON'T BE CRUEL BRIDGE OVER TROUBLED WATER BIG BOSS MAN MY WAY EARLY MORNING RAIN   -   Intro WHAT'D I SAY JOHNNY B. GOODE DELTA LADY   -   James Burton Solo TUTT SOLO #2 SCHEFF SOLO BROWN SOLO ODGIN SOLO HAIL HAIL ROCK 'N' ROLL HURT   -   False start HURT HOUND DOG CAN'T HELP FALLING IN LOVE
ALSO SPRACH ZARATHUSTRA - THEME FROM 2001 A SPACE ODYSSEY SEE SEE RIDER LUCKY TO YOU   -   David Bowie ?? I GOT A WOMAN AMEN RIP IT UP   -   Excerpt LOVE ME IF YOU LOVE ME LET ME KNOW YOU GAVE ME A MOUNTAIN THIS TIME JAILHOUSE ROCK O SOLE MIO IT'S NOW OR NEVER LITTLE SISTER (LET ME BE YOUR) TEDDY BEAR DON'T BE CRUEL MY WAY HOUND DOG MY HEAVENLY FATHER   -   by Kathy Westmoreland POLK SALAD ANNIE EARLY MORNING RAIN   -   Intro WHAT'D I SAY DELTA LADY   -   James Burton Solo TUTT SOLO SCHEFF SOLO BROWN SOLO ODGIN SOLO HAIL HAIL ROCK 'N' ROLL THE WONDER OF YOU BLUE SUEDE SHOES THIS YEAR IS   -   Excerpt HAWAIIAN WEDDING SONG CAN'T HELP FALLING IN LOVE
ALSO SPRACH ZARATHUSTRA - THEME FROM 2001 A SPACE ODYSSEY SEE SEE RIDER WHEN THE SAINTS GO MARCHING IN   -   Excerpt I GOT A WOMAN AMEN LOVE ME FAIRYTALE YOU GAVE ME A MOUNTAIN JAILHOUSE ROCK O SOLE MIO IT'S NOW OR NEVER TRYIN' TO GET TO YOU LITTLE SISTER (LET ME BE YOUR) TEDDY BEAR DON'T BE CRUEL AND I LOVE YOU SO MY WAY EARLY MORNING RAIN   -   Intro WHAT'D I SAY JOHNNY B. GOODE TUTT SOLO #2 BATTLE OF NEW ORLEANS   -   Jerry Scheff BROWN SOLO ODGIN SOLO HAIL HAIL ROCK 'N' ROLL HURT   -   + Reprise INTRODUCING JOE ESPOSITO HOUND DOG CAN'T HELP FALLING IN LOVE
ALSO SPRACH ZARATHUSTRA - THEME FROM 2001 A SPACE ODYSSEY SEE SEE RIDER I GOT A WOMAN AMEN LOVE ME FAIRYTALE YOU GAVE ME A MOUNTAIN JAILHOUSE ROCK O SOLE MIO IT'S NOW OR NEVER LITTLE SISTER (LET ME BE YOUR) TEDDY BEAR DON'T BE CRUEL MY WAY POLK SALAD ANNIE   -   False start POLK SALAD ANNIE EARLY MORNING RAIN   -   Intro WHAT'D I SAY JOHNNY B. GOODE TUTT SOLO #2 SCHEFF SOLO BROWN SOLO ODGIN SOLO HAIL HAIL ROCK 'N' ROLL HURT   -   + Reprise HOUND DOG CAN'T HELP FALLING IN LOVE
THAT'S ALL RIGHT TROUBLE   -   Excerpt I GOT A WOMAN AMEN LOVE ME HAPPY BIRTHDAY, LINDA BIG BOSS MAN   -   Intro only HOUND DOG TRYIN' TO GET TO YOU JAILHOUSE ROCK MY WAY LITTLE SISTER (LET ME BE YOUR) TEDDY BEAR DON'T BE CRUEL HELP ME O SOLE MIO IT'S NOW OR NEVER LOVE ME TENDER WHY ME LORD   -   False start WHY ME LORD POLK SALAD ANNIE   -   False start POLK SALAD ANNIE EARLY MORNING RAIN WHAT'D I SAY JOHNNY B. GOODE TUTT SOLO #2 SCHEFF SOLO BROWN SOLO ODGIN SOLO HAIL HAIL ROCK 'N' ROLL DANNY BOY   -   by Sherrill Nielsen WALK WITH ME   -   by Sherrill Nielsen MYSTERY TRAIN TIGER MAN CAN'T HELP FALLING IN LOVE
TOUR 51 (May 20 - June 02) - 14 shows
ALSO SPRACH ZARATHUSTRA - THEME FROM 2001 A SPACE ODYSSEY SEE SEE RIDER I GOT A WOMAN AMEN LOVE ME IF YOU LOVE ME LET ME KNOW YOU GAVE ME A MOUNTAIN JAILHOUSE ROCK O SOLE MIO IT'S NOW OR NEVER LITTLE SISTER (LET ME BE YOUR) TEDDY BEAR DON'T BE CRUEL AND I LOVE YOU SO HOW GREAT THOU ART EARLY MORNING RAIN   -   Intro WHAT'D I SAY JOHNNY B. GOODE TUTT SOLO #2 SCHEFF SOLO BROWN SOLO ODGIN SOLO CONDUCTOR HARRELL HAIL HAIL ROCK 'N' ROLL FUNNY HOW TIME SLIPS AWAY HURT HOUND DOG CAN'T HELP FALLING IN LOVE
ALSO SPRACH ZARATHUSTRA - THEME FROM 2001 A SPACE ODYSSEY SEE SEE RIDER I GOT A WOMAN AMEN THAT'S ALL RIGHT LOVE ME IF YOU LOVE ME LET ME KNOW YOU GAVE ME A MOUNTAIN JAILHOUSE ROCK O SOLE MIO IT'S NOW OR NEVER LITTLE SISTER (LET ME BE YOUR) TEDDY BEAR DON'T BE CRUEL MY WAY HEARTBREAK HOTEL FUNNY HOW TIME SLIPS AWAY EARLY MORNING RAIN   -   Intro WHAT'D I SAY JOHNNY B. GOODE TUTT SOLO #2 SCHEFF SOLO BROWN SOLO ODGIN SOLO CONDUCTOR HARRELL HAIL HAIL ROCK 'N' ROLL HURT HOUND DOG CAN'T HELP FALLING IN LOVE
ALSO SPRACH ZARATHUSTRA - THEME FROM 2001 A SPACE ODYSSEY SEE SEE RIDER I GOT A WOMAN AMEN LOVE ME FAIRYTALE YOU GAVE ME A MOUNTAIN JAILHOUSE ROCK FUNNY HOW TIME SLIPS AWAY O SOLE MIO IT'S NOW OR NEVER LITTLE SISTER (LET ME BE YOUR) TEDDY BEAR DON'T BE CRUEL MY WAY BLUEBERRY HILL   -   Intro - Excerpt EARLY MORNING RAIN WHAT'D I SAY JOHNNY B. GOODE TUTT SOLO #2 BATTLE OF NEW ORLEANS   -   Jerry Scheff BROWN SOLO ODGIN SOLO HAIL HAIL ROCK 'N' ROLL DANNY BOY WALK WITH ME   -   by Sherrill Nielsen HOUND DOG CAN'T HELP FALLING IN LOVE
ALSO SPRACH ZARATHUSTRA - THEME FROM 2001 A SPACE ODYSSEY SEE SEE RIDER I GOT A WOMAN AMEN LOVE ME IF YOU LOVE ME LET ME KNOW YOU GAVE ME A MOUNTAIN JAILHOUSE ROCK O SOLE MIO IT'S NOW OR NEVER LITTLE SISTER DON'T BE CRUEL FUNNY HOW TIMES SLIP AWAY MY WAY INTRODUCTIONS EARLY MORNING RAIN HURT HOUND DOG CAN'T HELP FALLING IN LOVE
ALSO SPRACH ZARATHUSTRA - THEME FROM 2001 A SPACE ODYSSEY SEE SEE RIDER I GOT A WOMAN AMEN LOVE ME IF YOU LOVE ME LET ME KNOW YOU GAVE ME A MOUNTAIN JAILHOUSE ROCK IT'S NOW OR NEVER LITTLE SISTER (LET ME BE YOUR) TEDDY BEAR DON'T BE CRUEL MY WAY HEARTBREAK HOTEL EARLY MORNING RAIN   -   Intro WHAT'D I SAY JOHNNY B. GOODE SCHOOL DAY HURT HOUND DOG CAN'T HELP FALLING IN LOVE
ALSO SPRACH ZARATHUSTRA - THEME FROM 2001 A SPACE ODYSSEY SEE SEE RIDER I GOT A WOMAN AMEN LOVE ME IF YOU LOVE ME LET ME KNOW YOU GAVE ME A MOUNTAIN JAILHOUSE ROCK O SOLE MIO IT'S NOW OR NEVER LITTLE SISTER (LET ME BE YOUR) TEDDY BEAR DON'T BE CRUEL TRYIN' TO GET TO YOU ONE NIGHT MY WAY EARLY MORNING RAIN   -   Intro WHAT'D I SAY JOHNNY B. GOODE SCHOOL DAY HURT HOUND DOG CAN'T HELP FALLING IN LOVE
ALSO SPRACH ZARATHUSTRA - THEME FROM 2001 A SPACE ODYSSEY SEE SEE RIDER I GOT A WOMAN AMEN LOVE ME IF YOU LOVE ME LET ME KNOW YOU GAVE ME A MOUNTAIN JAILHOUSE ROCK O SOLE MIO IT'S NOW OR NEVER LITTLE SISTER (LET ME BE YOUR) TEDDY BEAR DON'T BE CRUEL AND I LOVE YOU SO WHY ME LORD POLK SALAD ANNIE INTRODUCTIONS EARLY MORNING RAIN WHAT'D I SAY JOHNNY B. GOODE SCHOOL DAY HURT HOUND DOG CAN'T HELP FALLING IN LOVE
ALSO SPRACH ZARATHUSTRA - THEME FROM 2001 A SPACE ODYSSEY SEE SEE RIDER I GOT A WOMAN AMEN LOVE ME IF YOU LOVE ME LET ME KNOW YOU GAVE ME A MOUNTAIN BLUE SUEDE SHOES (LET ME BE YOUR) TEDDY BEAR DON'T BE CRUEL HEARTBREAK HOTEL BRIDGE OVER TROUBLED WATER O SOLE MIO IT'S NOW OR NEVER LOVE ME TENDER EARLY MORNING RAIN   -   Intro WHAT'D I SAY JOHNNY B. GOODE SCHOOL DAY HURT HOUND DOG UNCHAINED MELODY CAN'T HELP FALLING IN LOVE
ALSO SPRACH ZARATHUSTRA - THEME FROM 2001 A SPACE ODYSSEY SEE SEE RIDER I GOT A WOMAN AMEN LOVE ME MY WAY JAILHOUSE ROCK YOU GAVE ME A MOUNTAIN O SOLE MIO IT'S NOW OR NEVER LITTLE SISTER (LET ME BE YOUR) TEDDY BEAR DON'T BE CRUEL AND I LOVE YOU SO POLK SALAD ANNIE EARLY MORNING RAIN   -   Intro WHAT'D I SAY JOHNNY B. GOODE SCHOOL DAY HURT WALK THAT LONESOME VALLEY   -   by The Stamps HOUND DOG CAN'T HELP FALLING IN LOVE
ALSO SPRACH ZARATHUSTRA - THEME FROM 2001 A SPACE ODYSSEY SEE SEE RIDER I GOT A WOMAN AMEN LOVE ME FAIRYTALE YOU GAVE ME A MOUNTAIN JAILHOUSE ROCK O SOLE MIO IT'S NOW OR NEVER TRYIN' TO GET TO YOU LITTLE SISTER (LET ME BE YOUR) TEDDY BEAR DON'T BE CRUEL AND I LOVE YOU SO EARLY MORNING RAIN   -   Intro WHAT'D I SAY JOHNNY B. GOODE SCHOOL DAY I REALLY DON'T WANT TO KNOW HURT HOUND DOG CAN'T HELP FALLING IN LOVE
ALSO SPRACH ZARATHUSTRA - THEME FROM 2001 A SPACE ODYSSEY SEE SEE RIDER I GOT A WOMAN AMEN LOVE ME IF YOU LOVE ME LET ME KNOW YOU GAVE ME A MOUNTAIN JAILHOUSE ROCK O SOLE MIO IT'S NOW OR NEVER LITTLE SISTER (LET ME BE YOUR) TEDDY BEAR DON'T BE CRUEL HELP ME POLK SALAD ANNIE EARLY MORNING RAIN   -   Intro WHAT'D I SAY JOHNNY B. GOODE SCHOOL DAY I REALLY DON'T WANT TO KNOW HOUND DOG CAN'T HELP FALLING IN LOVE
ALSO SPRACH ZARATHUSTRA - THEME FROM 2001 A SPACE ODYSSEY SEE SEE RIDER I GOT A WOMAN AMEN LOVE ME FAIRYTALE YOU GAVE ME A MOUNTAIN JAILHOUSE ROCK O SOLE MIO IT'S NOW OR NEVER MY WAY LITTLE SISTER (LET ME BE YOUR) TEDDY BEAR DON'T BE CRUEL AND I LOVE YOU SO EARLY MORNING RAIN   -   Intro WHAT'D I SAY JOHNNY B. GOODE SCHOOL DAY HOUND DOG BIG BOSS MAN CAN'T HELP FALLING IN LOVE
ALSO SPRACH ZARATHUSTRA - THEME FROM 2001 A SPACE ODYSSEY SEE SEE RIDER I GOT A WOMAN AMEN LOVE ME FAIRYTALE IF YOU LOVE ME LET ME KNOW YOU GAVE ME A MOUNTAIN JAILHOUSE ROCK IT'S NOW OR NEVER HELP ME AN AMERICAN TRILOGY POLK SALAD ANNIE EARLY MORNING RAIN   -   Intro WHAT'D I SAY JOHNNY B. GOODE SCHOOL DAY I REALLY DON'T WANT TO KNOW HURT HOUND DOG UNCHAINED MELODY CAN'T HELP FALLING IN LOVE
TOUR 52 (June 17 - June 26) - 10 shows
ALSO SPRACH ZARATHUSTRA - THEME FROM 2001 A SPACE ODYSSEY SEE SEE RIDER I GOT A WOMAN AMEN LOVE ME FAIRYTALE IF YOU LOVE ME LET ME KNOW YOU GAVE ME A MOUNTAIN JAILHOUSE ROCK O SOLE MIO IT'S NOW OR NEVER BIG BOSS MAN HEARTBREAK HOTEL BLUE SUEDE SHOES AND I LOVE YOU SO MY WAY INTROS EARLY MORNING RAIN WHAT'D I SAY SCHOOL DAY HOUND DOG CAN'T HELP FALLING IN LOVE CLOSING VAMP ANNOUNCER
ALSO SPRACH ZARATHUSTRA - THEME FROM 2001 A SPACE ODYSSEY SEE SEE RIDER I GOT A WOMAN AMEN THAT'S ALL RIGHT ARE YOU LONESOME TONIGHT? BIG BOSS MAN LOVE ME JAILHOUSE ROCK IT'S NOW OR NEVER LITTLE SISTER (LET ME BE YOUR) TEDDY BEAR DON'T BE CRUEL MY WAY EARLY MORNING RAIN   -   Intro WHAT'D I SAY JOHNNY B. GOODE I REALLY DON'T WANT TO KNOW SCHOOL DAY I REALLY DON'T WANT TO KNOW HURT HOUND DOG CAN'T HELP FALLING IN LOVE
ALSO SPRACH ZARATHUSTRA - THEME FROM 2001 A SPACE ODYSSEY SEE SEE RIDER I GOT A WOMAN AMEN THAT'S ALL RIGHT ARE YOU LONESOME TONIGHT? LOVE ME FAIRYTALE LITTLE SISTER (LET ME BE YOUR) TEDDY BEAR DON'T BE CRUEL AND I LOVE YOU SO JAILHOUSE ROCK HOW GREAT THOU ART EARLY MORNING RAIN   -   Intro WHAT'D I SAY JOHNNY B. GOODE I REALLY DON'T WANT TO KNOW SCHOOL DAY HURT HOUND DOG O SOLE MIO IT'S NOW OR NEVER CAN'T HELP FALLING IN LOVE
ALSO SPRACH ZARATHUSTRA - THEME FROM 2001 A SPACE ODYSSEY SEE SEE RIDER I GOT A WOMAN AMEN THAT'S ALL RIGHT ARE YOU LONESOME TONIGHT? LOVE ME IF YOU LOVE ME LET ME KNOW YOU GAVE ME A MOUNTAIN JAILHOUSE ROCK O SOLE MIO IT'S NOW OR NEVER LOVE ME TENDER LITTLE SISTER (LET ME BE YOUR) TEDDY BEAR DON'T BE CRUEL HELP ME UNCHAINED MELODY EARLY MORNING RAIN   -   Intro WHAT'D I SAY JOHNNY B. GOODE I REALLY DON'T WANT TO KNOW SCHOOL DAY HURT CAN'T HELP FALLING IN LOVE
ALSO SPRACH ZARATHUSTRA - THEME FROM 2001 A SPACE ODYSSEY SEE SEE RIDER I GOT A WOMAN AMEN THAT'S ALL RIGHT ARE YOU LONESOME TONIGHT? LOVE ME IF YOU LOVE ME LET ME KNOW YOU GAVE ME A MOUNTAIN JAILHOUSE ROCK O SOLE MIO IT'S NOW OR NEVER TRYIN' TO GET TO YOU HAWAIIAN WEDDING SONG (LET ME BE YOUR) TEDDY BEAR DON'T BE CRUEL MY WAY EARLY MORNING RAIN   -   Intro WHAT'D I SAY JOHNNY B. GOODE I REALLY DON'T WANT TO KNOW HURT HOUND DOG UNCHAINED MELODY CAN'T HELP FALLING IN LOVE
ALSO SPRACH ZARATHUSTRA - THEME FROM 2001 A SPACE ODYSSEY SEE SEE RIDER I GOT A WOMAN AMEN LOVE ME IF YOU LOVE ME LET ME KNOW YOU GAVE ME A MOUNTAIN JAILHOUSE ROCK O SOLE MIO IT'S NOW OR NEVER LITTLE SISTER (LET ME BE YOUR) TEDDY BEAR DON'T BE CRUEL HELP ME DANNY BOY WALK WITH ME   -   by Sherill Nielsen BLUE SUEDE SHOES EARLY MORNING RAIN   -   Intro WHAT'D I SAY JOHNNY B. GOODE I REALLY DON'T WANT TO KNOW HURT HOUND DOG CAN'T HELP FALLING IN LOVE
SEE SEE RIDER I GOT A WOMAN AMEN LOVE ME IF YOU LOVE ME LET ME KNOW YOU GAVE ME A MOUNTAIN JAILHOUSE ROCK   -   False start JAILHOUSE ROCK O SOLE MIO IT'S NOW OR NEVER   -   2 endings ONE NIGHT   -   Longer false start ONE NIGHT (LET ME BE YOUR) TEDDY BEAR DON'T BE CRUEL AND I LOVE YOU SO DANNY BOY   -   By Sherrill Nielsen WALK WITH ME   -   By Sherrill Nielsen LOVE ME TENDER EARLY MORNING RAIN   -   Intro WHAT'D I SAY JOHNNY B. GOODE DRUM SOLO BASS SOLO PIANO SOLO I REALLY DON'T WANT TO KNOW BOBBY ODGIN SOLO JOE GUERCIO ORCHESTRA SOLO HOUND DOG INTRODUCTION OF VERNON PRESLEY CAN'T HELP FALLING IN LOVE
ALSO SPRACH ZARATHUSTRA - THEME FROM 2001 A SPACE ODYSSEY SEE SEE RIDER I GOT A WOMAN AMEN LOVE ME IF YOU LOVE ME LET ME KNOW YOU GAVE ME A MOUNTAIN JAILHOUSE ROCK O SOLE MIO IT'S NOW OR NEVER LITTLE SISTER (LET ME BE YOUR) TEDDY BEAR DON'T BE CRUEL AND I LOVE YOU SO MY WAY EARLY MORNING RAIN   -   Intro WHAT'D I SAY JOHNNY B. GOODE I REALLY DON'T WANT TO KNOW UNCHAINED MELODY HOUND DOG CAN'T HELP FALLING IN LOVE
ALSO SPRACH ZARATHUSTRA - THEME FROM 2001 A SPACE ODYSSEY SEE SEE RIDER I GOT A WOMAN AMEN LOVE ME FAIRYTALE YOU GAVE ME A MOUNTAIN JAILHOUSE ROCK O SOLE MIO IT'S NOW OR NEVER LITTLE SISTER (LET ME BE YOUR) TEDDY BEAR DON'T BE CRUEL RELEASE ME I CAN'T STOP LOVING YOU BRIDGE OVER TROUBLED WATER EARLY MORNING RAIN   -   Intro WHAT'D I SAY JOHNNY B. GOODE I REALLY DON'T WANT TO KNOW SCHOOL DAY HURT HOUND DOG CAN'T HELP FALLING IN LOVE

Total:     1841 live apparitions

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Elvis Presley And The Events Of 1977

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January - Bill Clinton takes public office for the first time, as attorney general January 1 - The album 'Elvis In Demand' released. Highest chart position #12 January 1 - Australia's population reaches 14,000,000 January 14 - Australian actor Peter Finch dies (1916-1977) January 20 - Jimmy Carter is sworn in as the 39th President of the United States January - Alex Haley's 'Roots' attracts the largest television audience in history February 2 - Elvis Presley No-Shows RCA Recording Session - Press scimitar

February 12 - 21 Elvis tours in concert.

February 12 - Hollywood. Ca. Sprtatorium February 13 - West Palm Beach. Fla. Auditorium February 14 - St. Petersburg, Fla. Bay Front Center February 15 - Orlando, Fla. Sports Stadium February 16 - Montgomery. Ala. Garrett Coliseum February 17 - Savannah, GA. Civic Center February 18 - Columbia, S. Carolina. Carolina Coliseum February 19 - Johnson City, Tenn. Civic Center Freedom Hall February 20 - Charlotte, N. C. Coliseum February 21 - Charlotte, N. C. Coliseum March - 'Welcome To My World' album released, Highest position U.S. #44 U.K. #7 AU #58 March - Australia wins Centenary Cricket Test against England by 45 runs - same margin as 1877

March 3 , After his February '77 tour Elvis returned to Memphis. Elvis had planned a vacation in Hawaii in order to show the islands to Ginger Alden . Before leaving, he takes care of several business matters, including a loan to Dr. Nick for an additional $55.000 at 7 percent interest with a repayment schedule of twenty-five years. Also, at his father's urging, in the early hours of the morning of March 3, Elvis finally signed his will , which designates Vernon as executor and trustee, entrusting to him total responsibility for the 'health education, comfortable maintenance and welfare' of himself, Grandma, and Lisa Marie, the sole heir. Ginger is witness to the will. Ginger Alden, a local beauty queen (Miss Traffic Safety, Miss Mid-South and runner-up Miss Tennessee University), who has the distinction of being Elvis' last girlfriend and the last person to see him alive on the night he died. Elvis was introduced to Terry Alden, the present Miss Tennessee, by George Klein on November 19, 1976. Terry brought her two sisters Rosemary and Ginger with her. George thought it was Terry to whom Elvis would be attracted, but Elvis was immediately drawn to the youngest sister. Elvis' Saturday-night date with Ginger started as a flight to view the Memphis skyline but ended with a trip to Vegas, chaperoned by his cousin Patsy and her husband. Ginger called her mother for permission.

After two days Elvis and the Alden sisters and a couple of the guys move to a beach house at Kailua.

Elvis Presley playing Football in Hawaii March 1977

March 12 , A visit to the USS Arizona memorial is canceled as Elvis prepares for an abruptly scheduled return to Memphis. He has gotten sand in his eye, and Dr. Nick , concerned that he may have scratched his cornea, suggests that he recuperate at home for a week or so before going out on tour once again.

March 23 - 30 Elvis tours in concert

March 23 - Tempe. Arizona. Arizona State Univ. March 24 - Amarillo. Texas. Civic Center March 25 - Norman, Oklahoma. Univ. Of Oklahoma March 26 - Norman, Oklahoma. Univ. Of Oklahoma March 27 - Abilene, Texas. Taylor County Coliseum March 28 - Austin, Texas. Municipal Auditorium March 29 - Alexandria, LA. Rapides Parish Coliseum March 30 - Alexandria, LA. Rapides Parish Coliseum

April 1 - 5 Elvis is hospitalized in Memphis and tour shows scheduled for March 31-April 3 are canceled.

April 1 - Elvis Admitted To Baptist Hospital 'Entertainer Elvis Presley was admitted to Baptist Hospital early today after canceling a show at the last minute in Baton Rouge, La., and flying to Memphis with complaints of intestinal flu '... - The Memphis Press-Scimitar

April 6 - Elvis at Home: Hospital on Call 'Elvis Presley was released from Baptist Hospital at 4 am yesterday [April 5] ... He decided to keep the [Hospital] rooms reserved ... He is feeling fine and looking forward to returning to his personal appearance tours that begin April 21 at Greensboro, NC'. - The Commercial Appeal

April 21 - May 31 Elvis tours in concert.

April 21 - Greensboro, N. C. Coliseum April 22 - Detroit, Michigan. Olympia Stadium April 23 - Toledo, Ohio. Univ. of Toledo April 24 - Ann Arbor, Michigan. Crisler Arena: RCA records live 'Unchained Melody' and 'Little Darlin' that will be released on the album Moody Blue . April 25 - Saginaw, Michigan . Saginaw Center RCA records 'If You Love Me' that will be released on the album Moody Blue. April 26 - Kalamazoo, Michigan. Wings Stadium April 27 - Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Milwaukee Arena April 28 - Green Bay, Wisconsin. Brown County Veterans April 29 - Duluth, Minn. Duluth Arena April 30 - St. Paul, Minn. Civic Center May 1 - Chicago, Ill. Chicago Stadium May 2 - Chicago, Ill. Chicago Stadium May 3 - Saginaw, Michigan. Saginaw Center

May 20 - Knoxville, Tenn. Univ. Of Tennessee May 21 - Louisville, Ky. Freedom Hall May 22 - Largo, Md. Capital Center May 22 - 60 second RCA Elvis radio commercials played in Australia (Welcome To My World) May 23 - Providence, R.I. Civic Center May 24 - Augusta, Maine. Civic Center May 25 - Rochester, N.Y. Community War Memorial May 26 - Binghamton. N.Y.

May 26 , Elvis' private jet, the Lisa Marie , had just landed after a Rochester-to-Binghamton, N.Y. flight. Grob, the chief of security, had just warned Elvis that they were in a restricted gun-carry area.

It was about 3 a.m. May 26, and a crowd of fans and dignitaries, including Elvis' manager, Col. Tom Parker , and a high-ranking law officer, had gathered to welcome Elvis.

Still wearing pajama-like karate gear, Elvis began descending the portable stairs when the crowd started cheering as a spotlight hit him. As he lifted his arms to acknowledge the reception, two loaded semiautomatic Colt pistols fell from his waistband and bounced down the steps. 'Elvis had a sheepish grin as he came down'.

Waiting was the local police chief or ranking officer. Elvis 'completely disarmed the man by shaking his hand and introducing himself'. 'The guy handed him the guns and said, 'I believe these are yours Mr. Presley'. Elvis stuck 'em back in his waistband'. The guns are now on display at Graceland. At another concert, around the same time, a loaded .22-caliber derringer popped out of one of Elvis' stage boots and bounced on the stage right in front of rhythm guitarist John Wilkinson, 'who did not like guns'. It was retrieved about 20 minutes later.

May 27 - Binghamton. N.Y. May 28 - Philadelphia, Pa. Spectrum May 29 - Baltimore, Md. Civic Center May 29 - 60 second RCA Elvis radio commercials played in Australia (Welcome To My World) May 30 - Jacksonville, Fla. Coliseum

The ticket below from a canceled concert .

The last four shows of the March / April 1977 tour (Baton Rouge, Mobile, Macon, Jacksonville) were canceled. These shows were then rescheduled at the end of the late May / June 1977 tour. However, these tickets were printed with the planning being that Elvis was to perform in Asheville on May 30, 1977. If you look at the listing (below) of the planned August 1977 tour you can see that Elvis was to perform there on August 26, 1977. So this date was pushed back the Asheville show until August due to this scheduling. Of course, the August show in Asheville never took place because Elvis died. The tickets for the May 1977 Asheville show were printed and on sale prior to the original cancellation of the late March / early April 1977 shows.

Cancelled ticket for Elvis Concert that was cancelled.

May 31 - Baton Rouge, La. La State Univ

June 1 - 2 Elvis tours in concert.

June 1 - Macon, Ga. Coliseum June 2 - Mobile, Ala. Municipal Auditorium

June - The Single 'Way Down' released - Highest chart position #18 U.K. #1 AU #6 June - President Carter visits Australia

June 17 - 26 - Elvis tours in concert . Shows on June 19, 20, and 21 are recorded by RCA and videotaped by CBS-TV for an upcoming live album and television special. Footage from the show on the 20th is not used in the show. The special will be called 'Elvis in Concert'. It will air in early October after Elvis' death in August. The camera gives a shocking picture of Elvis' poor health in his final days. Still, some of the song performances are great. He still had his voice.

June 17 - June 25 Elvis tours in concert.

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Unchained Melody: Rapid City: June 21, 1977

21 June 8.30pm Mount Rushmore, Rapid City, Sd

June 27- August 15, 1977

Elvis relaxes in Memphis and prepares for the next leg of touring for 1977.

June 27 - August 15 Elvis relaxes in Memphis and prepares for the next leg of touring for 1977 June 30 - The United States introduces Cruise missiles to replace the B-1 bomber July - The album Moody Blue released - Highest chart position U.S. #3 U.K. #3 AU. #3 July 22 - MOSCOW (AP) - Pity Poor Elvis - So Say Reds 'To hear the Soviets tell it, rock star Elvis Presley is now a broken and forgotten man demonstrating to the world the heartlessness of the American system of exploitation. ...Today this 42-year-old man has lost his taste for life '... August 1 - The book ' Elvis - What happened ? ' released August 11 , Elvis pays his respects to his mother at Forest Hill Cemetery. August 12 - The Space Shuttle Enterprise makes it's first successful solo flight August 15 - The album 'Moody Blue' enters Australian album charts .

August 12 , Elvis was unable to get a copy of the film ' Star Wars ' to view with his daughter Lisa Marie , so they watched the James Bond film ' The Spy Who Loved Me ' instead. (Star Wars was released to theaters in the US on May 25, 1977). As they came home, Lisa was sitting on Ginger Alden's lap, holding her bag of popcorn from the theater. The photo below snapped just four days before his death is the last ever taken with his daughter Lisa Marie.

Elvis, Ginger and Lisa Marie August 12, 1977

Shortly after midnight, Elvis returns to Graceland from a late-night visit to the dentist. The photo below is the last known photo of Elvis taken on his return from the dentist.

The last known photo of Elvis Presley - August 16, 1977

Through the early morning of the 16th Elvis takes care of last-minute tour details and relaxes with family and staff. He is to fly to Portland, Maine that night and do a show there on the 17th, then continue the scheduled tour. Elvis retires to his master suite at Graceland around 7:00 AM to rest for his evening flight. By late morning , Elvis Presley is dead of heart failure. The news is announced by mid-afternoon. In a matter of hours the shock registers around the world.

'A Memphis Fire Department ambulance from Engine House 29 at 2147 Elvis Presley Boulevard responded to the call at 2:33 pm and by 2:56 pm had taken Presley to the emergency room at Baptist Hospital, seven miles away from his Whitehaven home' 'It was just a routine call. Someone was having difficulty breathing at 3764 Elvis Presley Boulevard. Such calls had come in before when people had collapsed on the street as they waited to catch a glimpse of their singing idol. The call was received by the normal procedure, said Charlie Crosby, an emergency medical technician. We only knew it was his house'. - The Commercial Appeal

The News Headlines

Death Captures Crown of Rock and Roll - The Commercial Appeal - 'The ambulance hit the gate as it was going in [to Graceland] ... There was severe cardiovascular disease present ... Dr. Fransisco said ... there was no indication of drug abuse of any kind. He said the only evidence of drugs involved those Presley was taking for his physical condition '...

A Lonely Life Ends on Elvis Presley Boulevard - Memphis Press-Scimitar

Rock Idol Elvis Presley Dies at 42 - The Washington Post - Elvis Presley, who revolutionized American popular music with his earthy singing style and became a hero to two generations of rock 'n' roll fans, died yesterday in Memphis, Tenn. He was 42.

Reaction among fans, performers and music industry executives elsewhere was also emotional. In Santiago, Chile, newspapers stopped the presses and radio stations changed their evening programming to recount the life of ' El Rey de Rock 'n' Roll '. In Memphis, the telephone system was reported unable to handle the volume of calls coming into the city from around the country. Hundreds of weeping fans gathered outside Baptist Memorial and Graceland Mansion last night.

Two European radio stations also suspended regular programming as soon as Presley's death was announced. Radio Luxembourg, the continent's most widely listened-to pop station, canceled all its commercials to play Presley's music nonstop.

'This is the end of rock 'n' roll', said Bob Moore Merlis, an executive with Warner Bros. Records, who compiled an anthology of Presley's early material several years ago for RCA.

'The void he will leave is impossible to gauge', said Pat Boone.

One Hour Battle Fails .. King Elvis Dies - The Herald (Australia)

Fans Fight To Peer At Elvis - The Herald, Late edition (Australia)

Fat, 42 And Fazed - The Sun (Australia) - 'He couldn't sing anymore', 'His stage appearances were a joke because his stomach bulged over his gold lame, sequined suits' 'Presley's movie career ended in 1969 after about 60 films, all with roughly the same plot' [From John Fraser in New York.]

Elvis Presley Is Dead - Daily Mirror (England)

Rocks First Superstar Elvis Presley, 42, Dies - Rocky Mountain News

King Elvis Dead - The Sun (England)

All Roads Lead to Memphis - Evening Standard (England)

August 17 - Elvis was to have begun another tour, starting with a concert in Portland, Maine

Canceled Tour Dates

August 17, 1977 - Cumberland County Civic Center, Portland, Maine August 18, 1977 - Cumberland County Civic Center, Portland, Maine August 19, 1977 - Utica Memorial Auditorium, Utica, New York August 20, 1977 - Onondaga County War Memorial, Syracuse, New York August 21, 1977 - Civic Center, Hartford, Connecticut August 22, 1977 - Nassau Veterans Coliseum, Uniondale, New York August 23, 1977 - University Of Kentucky Rupp Arena, Lexington, Kentucky August 24, 1977 - Roanoke Civic Center, Roanoke, Virginia August 25, 1977 - Cumberland County Memorial Arena, Fayetteville, North Carolina August 26, 1977 - Asheville Civic Center Arena, Asheville, North Carolina August 27, 1977 - Mid-South Coliseum, Memphis, Tennessee August 28, 1977 - Mid-South Coliseum, Memphis, Tennessee

August 18 - Final Glimpse of Fallen Star Lues Faithful 'An estimated 50,000 to 100,000 persons visited Graceland during the day Wednesday [August 17] to pay their respects ... Presley's body was placed in the foyer just inside the front door. It was the first time the mansion had been open to the public since Presley purchased it in 1957 ... Throughout the day the crowds moved single- file into the front foyer. The visitors were quickly routed out of the house as soon as they viewed the body ... The gates were closed at 6:30 pm to the distress of many fans [Below], and at 6:00 it was estimated that 10,000 persons were in line and that 20,000 to 25,000 had filed into the mansion'

Eddie Fadal , who described himself as a 'lifelong friend' of Elvis, emerged from the mansion to give reporters a picture of what was taking place inside. 'Things are very quiet' he said 'People are sitting around the coffin in the living room. Some are crying, but everyone is pretty subdued'. Fadal said Ginger Aldren, the late singer's fiancée, was taking his death 'well' but that Priscilla Presley, the singer's ex-wife and mother of their daughter Lisa, was 'taking it very, very hard'.

August 18 - Elvis' Funeral Service - 'C.W. Bradley, minister of Woodvale Church of Christ conducted the brief service at the mansion '... - August 19. 'We are to honor the memory of a man loved by millions. ... But Elvis was a frail human being. And he would be the first to admit his weaknesses. Perhaps because of his rapid rise to fame and fortune, he was thrown into temptations that some never experience. Elvis would not want anyone to think that he had no flaws or faults. But now that he's gone, I find it more helpful to remember his good qualities, and I hope you do too'. - From the August 19 editions of The Commercial Appeal and The Tennessean - Nashville

August 19 - Elvis Burial Hushed, Private 'The 2 p.m. funeral services were held in Presley's music room, which adjoins the living room'. During the services, a gospel quartet sang 'How Great Thou Art' and Sweet, Sweet Spirit'. Guests left Vernon Presley , the singer's father, alone after the last words were spoken. It was Vernon Presley whose car led the procession afterward when shortly after 3:30 p.m., guests and family members left the grounds. Behind that car followed the white hearse that bore the un-draped coffin. Behind the hearse rode Presley's divorced wife Priscilla, her face red behind her veil, clutching9-year-old Lisa Marie to her breast'. - The Tennessean - Nashville

August 19 - Rock 'N' Roll King Entombed 'The flower-laden coffin of Elvis Presley was carried into it's resting place at Forest Hill Midtown Cemetery'... 'The Crypt in the mausoleum where the body was placed was later sealed and mortared over, then covered with a marble slab'.

elvis' last tour dates 1976

August 19 - Swerving Cars Kills Two Elvis Mourners 'I can't believe Elvis is really dead' Alice Hovatar was telling Patrolman W.C. Greenwood early Thursday [August 18] as she and Joanne Johnson passed the time with idle conversation in front of Graceland Mansion. It was about 3:30 am, and moments later the two 19-year olds from Monroe, La., would be killed instantly by a driver in a no-traffic lane ... Greenwood looked up in time to jump out of the way'.

August 19 - Groucho Marx dies (1890-1977)

August 20 - Elvis' Father Expresses Thanks 'It lightened my grief somewhat as I watched the tributes to my son that was shown from people throughout the world ... I am very sorry that all of the people who came to Memphis were not able to view the body, but there was not enough time ... I would like to express my sincere and deepest sympathy to the families of the girls in the very unfortunate and regrettable thing that happened at the gate'.

August 20 - Presley Fans Buy Big - The Age - Melbourne, Australia 'Melbourne ... she ain't nothin' but a town agog. The death of Elvis Presley, the 'King' of Rock, left most people all shook up rather than crying all the time. City record shops reported the greatest surge in buying of Elvis' records for many years, and they swamped Elvis' label, RCA, with demands for more stocks'. 'Coincidentally, RCA had nominated August as Elvis Presley Month and supplied stores with extra records. But by evening, much was bought up'.

August 23 - Elvis Will Names 3 Close Relatives 'Elvis Presley named his Father, Vernon Presley, executor of his fortune in a will probated here yesterday [August 22] afternoon, but [it] did not include his fiancée, Miss Ginger Alden, one of three witnesses who signed the will March 3, or his ex-wife Priscilla. An inventory of the singer's wealth believed to be millions of dollars is not expected to be filled for 60 days '... - The Commercial Appeal

August 27 - Body of Elvis' Mother Moved To mausoleum 'The body of Gladys Love Presley, was quietly unearthed and moved late yesterday [August 26] into the mausoleum where her son was entombed last week. In a 3 hour and 17 minute operation, 11 workers at Forest Hill Cemetery Midtown unearthed the massive steel and copper casket' ... ' Vernon Presley , the entertainer's father, made the decision '... - The Commercial Appeal

August 28 - Elvis was to have completed his tour with 2 shows in Memphis, August 27-28

August 30 - 3 Charged In Body-Stealing Plot 'Three Memphis men were charged yesterday [August 29] afternoon with criminal trespassing in connection with what Police Director E. Winslow Chapman said was a plot to steal the entombed body of Elvis Presley'. - The Commercial Appeal

August - Elvis Fans Hang Onto $600,000 Worth of Tickets 'Had Elvis Presley lived, more than 120,000 people would have paid about $1,300,000 ... Promoters, theater owners and lawyers must now tackle a problem they rarely encounter - what to do with an estimated $600,000 in tickets fans refuse to give up '...

September 8 Graceland Site For Graves Of Presley's 'An application to allow the bodies of Elvis Presley and his mother, Gladys, to be moved to the Meditation Garden at Presley's Graceland Mansion was submitted yesterday [September 7] to the board of Adjustment ... The request will be heard at the board's next meeting Sept. 28'

September 24 - Drawn Grand Final between North Melbourne and Collingwood in the VFL Grand Final . [ Australian Rules Football ] This is the only Grand Final draw to have occurred in the history of the game [102 years] Final scores North Melbourne 9.22 76 Collingwood 10.16 76

October 1 - North Melbourne defeats Collingwood in the Grand Final replay Final scores North Melbourne 21.25 151 d. Collingwood 19.10 124

October 3 - Bodies Of Elvis, Mother Are Moved 'The move was unannounced. Two white hearses escorted by eight city police officers and five Selby County deputies took the bodies of Elvis Presley and his mother, Mrs. Gladys Smith Presley, into the rear entrance of Graceland shortly after 7 last night [October 2]' ... 'Only a few watchers were outside the gates of Graceland when the cortège arrived, and at first some did not realize what they had seen ... The board of Adjustment gave permission last Wednesday to rebury the bodies on the south side of Graceland estate '...

October 3 - Elvis in Concert telecast on CBS

October - Alan Moffatt wins Bathurst, Australia's premier touring car race over 1000 Km

October 5 - Charges Against 3 Dropped, in Presley-Body Theft Case 'Trespassing charges against three men accused in a purported scheme to steal the body of Elvis Presley were dismissed yesterday [October 5] after the prosecutor said the city could not vouch for the truthfulness of its key witness'.

October - ' Elvis in Concert ' album released - Highest chart position U.S. #5 UK #13 AU #17 October 14 - Bing Crosby dies (1903-1977) November - 'My Way' released - Highest chart position U.S. #22 U.K. #9 AU. #6 November 9 - Israeli jets strike southern Lebanon November 10 - Malcolm Fraser's Liberal Party wins the Australian Federal election. December 25 - Charlie Chaplin dies on Christmas day (1889-1977)

Movie Releases of note from 1977

Star Wars Jaws Smoky And The Bandit The Eagle Has Landed A Bridge Too Far Cross Of Iron

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Avatar: the last airbender in concert reveals global tour dates.

World Tour Launches This Fall and Heads to 100 Cities Across North America, Europe and Australia Through 2025

Experience the Beloved Animated Series' Soundtrack Performed by a Live Orchestra, as Aang’s Epic Journey Comes to Life on a Cinema Screen

NEW YORK, April 16, 2024 --( BUSINESS WIRE )--Nickelodeon, GEA Live and Senbla today revealed the initial set of global tour dates for the highly anticipated Avatar: The Last Airbender In Concert . The tour will kick off in the United States in September heading to Los Angeles, Seattle, Dallas, Atlanta, Washington, D.C., Boston and many more cities in 2024. The global tour continues in 2025 to a myriad of cities across the United Kingdom, Germany, France, Netherlands and Australia. Tickets for the first slate of tour dates are available at www.avatarinconcert.com . Additional dates and cities will be announced in the coming weeks.

Avatar: The Last Airbender In Concert audiences will immerse themselves in a two-hour odyssey with a live orchestra bringing the show’s iconic musical score to life, in perfect harmony with highlights and favorite moments from all three seasons of the series. Taiko and erhu will share the spotlight with violins and clarinets, while the series' most beloved scenes play out on a full-size cinema screen, bringing viewers into the Avatar world to experience the series’ most memorable moments with Aang, Katara, Toph, Sokka, Zuko and more.

The creative mastermind behind the original music for the Avatar: The Last Airbender animated series, Emmy Award-winning composer and musician Jeremy Zuckerman, has teamed up with show co-creators Michael Dante DiMartino and Bryan Konietzko as well as Jeff Adams (the show's original editor) to expand the series original compositions for the concert series. This spectacular production not only magnifies the epic scope and high drama of the series, but also marks a thrilling first for fans offering an opportunity to experience the captivating world of Avatar: The Last Airbender through this live orchestra concert.

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Honored with a Peabody Award and Primetime Emmy, along with multiple Annie Awards and Genesis Awards Nickelodeon’s Avatar: The Last Airbender emerged from its three-season run (61 episodes), from February 2005 to July 2008, as one of the most beloved animated properties in history. In 2021 Nickelodeon announced the launch of Avatar Studios, a new division designed to create original content spanning animated series and movies based on the world of Avatar: The Last Airbender and The Legend of Korra .

The animated series’ success has also spawned a companion podcast Avatar: Braving the Elements, currently in its season third season, a remastered soundtrack from series (and tour) composer, Jeremy Zuckerman, now out on digital and vinyl. The property has also been translated into several bestselling book series, which continue to roll out new original stories. The graphic novel series has sold over three million copies, and the young adult novels have spent 25 total weeks on the New York Times bestseller list and have over 700,000 copies in print.

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