Monthly Archives: July 2011

This Day in Elvis History

1997 – The themed restaurant Elvis Presley’s Memphis opened to the public.

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This Day in Elvis History

1954 – Elvis Presley’s first single was released. The songs were “That’s All Right” and “Blue Moon of Kentucky.” 1969 – The Elvis Presley album “From Elvis In Memphis” hit #13 in the U.S. 1995 – Elvis Presley’s former doctor … Continue reading

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This Day in Elvis History

1946 – Elvis Presley’s family moved Commerce Street in Tupelo, MS. They had not been able to make their house payments on Berry Street. 1953 – Elvis Presley privately recorded “My Happiness” and “That’s When Your Heartaches Begin” at the … Continue reading

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This Day in Elvis History

1957 – Elvis Presley’s single “(Let Me Be Your) Teddy Bear” hit #1 in the U.S. 1957 – Elvis Presley’s single “All Shook Up” hit #1 in the U.K. 1963 – Principal photography began on the Elvis Presley film “Viva … Continue reading

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This Day in Elvis History

1954 – Elvis Presley signed a recording contract with Sun Records and a one-year personal management contract with Scotty Moore.

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Carnival Cruise Talent Show

Here is some video of the talent show they had for the kids the last full day of the cruise. Next time Daddy needs to sit a little farther away from Meme!

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Carnival Cruise Kid Camp Talent Show

They had a talent show for all the kids that went to the kids camp on board all week and it was on a big stage in a big auditorium with a balcony and everything. ¬†After I sang my first … Continue reading

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This Day in Elvis History

1963 – Elvis Presley recorded the song “Viva Las Vegas.” The single was released in April 1964. 2001 – The Elvis Presley compilation album “Blue Suede Shoes Collection” was released.

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This Day in Elvis History

1954 – This day is cited as the day that Elvis Presley began working with lead guitarist Scotty Moore and bassist Bill Black. However, the three had been practicing together for several months. 1956 – In Memphis, Elvis Presley performed … Continue reading

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Mexican Guitar

‘Little’ guitar playing in Cozumel! From Our Cruise 2011 6/23

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