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PostSubject: ELVIS 1956 -THE HYSTERIA -   Sun Feb 27, 2011 10:46 am

TV Appearances in 1956

TV-Soundtrack recordings for CBS 'Stage Show'
January 28, 1956. CBS Studios, New York
SONGS:
Shake, Rattle & Roll / Flip, Flop & Fly CPL2 4031 This is Elvis
I Got A Woman
MUSICIANS:
Guitar: Scotty Moore
Drums: D.J. Fontana
Guitar: Elvis Presley
The Dorsey Orchestra
Bass: Bill Black

Producer: Jackie Gleason Exec. Producer: Jack Philbin
Recorded before a live audience.
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TV-Soundtrack recordings for CBS 'Stage Show'
February 4, 1956. CBS Studios, New York
SONGS:
Baby, Let's Play House
Tutti Frutti

MUSICIANS:
Guitar: Scotty Moore
Drums: D.J. Fontana
Guitar: Elvis Presley
Bass: Bill Black

Producer: Jackie Gleason
Exec. Producer: Jack Philbin
Recorded before a live audience.
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TV-Soundtrack recordings for CBS 'Stage Show'
February 11, 1956. CBS Studios, New York
SONGS:
Blue Suede Shoes
Heartbreak Hotel
MUSICIANS:
Guitar: Scotty Moore
Drums: D.J. Fontana
Guitar: Elvis Presley Bass: Bill Black
Vocals: The Dorsey Orchestra


Producer: Jackie Gleason Exec.
Producer: Jack Philbin
Recorded before a live audience.
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TV-Soundtrack recordings for CBS 'Stage Show'
February 18, 1956. CBS Studios, New York
SONGS:
Tutti Frutti
I Was The One
MUSICIANS:
Guitar: Scotty Moore
Drums: D.J. Fontana
Guitar: Elvis Presley
Bass: Bill Black

Producer: Jackie Gleason Exec. Producer: Jack Philbin
Recorded before a live audience.

TV-Soundtrack recordings for CBS 'Stage Show'
March 17, 1956. CBS Studios, New York
SONGS:
Blue Suede Shoes
Heartbreak Hotel
MUSICIANS:
Guitar: Scotty Moore
Drums: D.J. Fontana
Guitar: Elvis Presley
Bass: Bill Black

Producer: Jackie Gleason Exec. Producer: Jack Philbin
Recorded before a live audience.
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TV-Soundtrack recordings for CBS 'Stage Show'
March 24, 1956. CBS Studios, New York
SONGS:
Blue Suede Shoes
Heartbreak Hotel
MUSICIANS:
Guitar: Scotty Moore
Drums: D.J. Fontana
Guitar: Elvis Presley
Bass: Bill Black

Producer: Jackie Gleason Exec. Producer: Jack Philbin
Recorded before a live audience.

TV-Soundtrack recordings for NBC 'Milton Berle Show'
April 3, 1956. The USS Hancock, Naval Station - San Diego
SONGS:
Shake, Rattle & Roll
Heartbreak Hotel
Blue Suede Shoes
MUSICIANS:
Guitar: Scotty Moore
Drums: D.J. Fontana
Guitar: Elvis Presley
Bass: Bill Black

Recorded before a live audience.
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TV-Soundtrack recordings for NBC 'Milton Berle Show'
June 5, 1956. Hollywood
SONGS:
Hound Dog CPL2 4031 This is Elvis
I Want You, I Need You, I Love You
MUSICIANS:
Guitar: Scotty Moore
Drums: D.J. Fontana
Guitar: Elvis Presley
Bass: Bill Black
Vocals: The Jordanaires

Recorded before a live audience.
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TV-Soundtrack recordings for NBC 'Steve Allen Show'
July 1, 1956. The Hudson Theatre, New York
SONGS:
I Want You, I Need You, I Love You
Hound Dog
MUSICIANS:
Guitar: Scotty Moore
Drums: D.J. Fontana
Guitar: Elvis Presley
Bass: Bill Black
Vocals: The Jordanaires


Producer: Steve Allen.
Recorded before a live audience.
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TV-Soundtrack recordings for NBC 'Toast Of The Town'
September 9, 1956. CBS Studios, Hollywood
SONGS:
Don't Be Cruel
Love Me Tender
Ready Teddy
Hound Dog
MUSICIANS:
Guitar: Scotty Moore
Drums: D.J. Fontana
Guitar: Elvis Presley Bass: Bill Black
Vocals: The Jordanaires
Piano: Gordon Stoker
Recorded before a live audience.
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TV-Soundtrack recordings for NBC 'Toast Of The Town'
October 28, 1956. CBS Studios, Hollywood
SONGS:
Don't Be Cruel
Love Me Tender
Love Me
Hound Dog
MUSICIANS:
Guitar: Scotty Moore Drums: D.J. Fontana
Guitar: Elvis Presley Bass: Bill Black
Vocals: The Jordanaires

Recorded before a live audience.
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Week of shows. Jan. 1 - Jan. 4- 1956 -
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1 January. St. Louis, MO. Kiel Auditorium
3 January. Boonesville, MS. Von Theatre
4 January. Jonesboro, AR. Community Center
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Hank Snow Package tour of Texas. Jan. 15 - Jan. 20
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15 January. San Antonio, TX. Municipal Auditorium
16 January. Galveston, TX.
17 January. Beaumont, TX. City Auditorium
18 January. Austin, TX. Austin Coliseum
19 January. Wichita Falls, TX. Memorial Auditorium
20 January. Fort Worth, TX. North Side Coliseum
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Tour of Virginias and Carolinas. Feb. 5 - Feb. 10
5 February. Richmond, VA. Mosque Theater
6 February. Greensboro, NC. National Theater
7 February. High Point NC. Center Theater
8 February. Raleigh, NC. Amassador Theater
9 February. Spartanburg, SC. Carolina Theater
10 February. Charlotte, NC. Carolina Theater (4 shows)
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East Coast Tour. Feb. 12 - Feb 16.
12 February. Norfolk, VA. Montecello Auditorium
13 February. Newport News. VA. Paramount Theater
14 February. Wilson, NC. Charles L. Coon High School Auditorium
15 February. Burlington, NC. Walt Williams High School
16 February. Winston-Salem NC. Carolina Theater
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Tour of Florida and Georgia. Feb. 19 - Feb. 26
19 February. Tampa, FL. Ft. Homer Hesterly Armony (3 shows)
20 February. West Palm Beach, FL. Palms Theater (4 shows)
21 February. Sarasota, FL. Florida Theater (4 shows)
22 February. Waycross, GA. City Auditorium (3 shows)
23 February. Jacksonville, FL. Gator Bowl
24 February. Jacksonville, FL. Gator Bowl
26 February. Pensacola, FL. Municipal Auditorium (3 shows)
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East Coast Tour . Mar. 14 - Mar. 23
14 March. Atlanta, GA. Fox Theatre (3 shows)
15 March. Atlanta, GA. Fox Theatre (3 shows)
18 March. Charleston, NC. County Hall
19 March. Columbia, SC. Township Auditorium
20 March. Augusta, GA. Bell Auditorium
21 March. Lexington, NC. YMCA Gymnasium
22 March. Richmond, VA. Mosque Theater
23 March. Washington DC. SS Mt. Vernon Riverboat
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West Coast. Apr. 4- Apr. 5
4-5 April. San Diego. CA. Arena
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Tour of Colorado, Texas and New Mexico. Apr. 8 - Apr. 13
8 April. Denver. CO. Coliseum
9 April. Wichita Falls, TX. Municipal Auditorium
10 April. Lubbock, TX. Fair Park Auditorium
11 April. El Paso, TX. Coliseum
12 April. Alburquerque, NM. Armony
13 April. Amarillo, TX. Municipal Auditorium
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Tour of Texas. Apr. 15 - Apr. 21

15 April. San Antonio, TX. Municipal Auditorium
16 April. Corpus Christi, TX. Memorial Auditorium
17 April. Waco, TX. Heart O' Texas Coliseum
18 April. Tulsa, OK. Fairgrounds Pavillion
19 April. Oklahoma City, OK. Municipal Auditorium
20 April. Fort Worth, TX. North Side Convention Center
21 April. Houston , TX. City Auditorium (2 shows)
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First Vegas Visit. Apr. 23 - May 6
23 April-6 May. Las Vegas, NV. New Frontier Hotel
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Tour of Midwest. May 13 - May 27
13 May. St Paul, MN. Auditorium (mat)
13 May. Minneapolis, MN. City Auditorium (eve)
14 May. La Crosse WI. Mary E. Sawyer Auditorium (2 shows)
15 May. Memphis, TN. Ellis Auditorium
16 May. Little Rock, AR. Robinson Auditorium (2 shows)
17 May. Springfield, MO. Shrine Mosque
18 May. Wichita, KS. Wichita Forum (2 shows)
19 May. Lincoln, NE. University Of Nebraska Coliseum
20 May. Omaha, NE. Civic Auditorium Arena (two shows)
21 May. Topeka, KS. Municipal Auditorium
22 May. Des Moines. IA. Veteran's Memorial Auditorium
23 May. Sioux City, IA. Municipal Auditorium
24 May. Kansas City, MO. Municipal Auditorium
25 May. Detroit, MI. Fox Theater
26 May. Columbus, OH. Veteran Memorial Auditorium (two shows9
27 May. Dayton, OH. University Of Dayton FieldHouse
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Tour of California and Arizona. Jun. 3 - Jun. 10
3 June. Oakland, CA. Auditorium Arena
6 June. San Diego, CA. San Diego Arena
7 June. Long Beach, CA. Municipal Auditorium
8 June. Los Angeles, CA. Shrine Auditorium.
9 June. Phoenix, AZ. State Fairground.
10 June. Tucson, AZ. Rodeo Grounds
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Tour of Georgia and The Carolinas. Jun. 22 - Jun. 28
22-24 June. Atlanta, GA. Paramount Theater (ten shows in three days)
25 June. Savannah, GA. Sports Arena
26 June. Charlotte, NC. Coliseum
27 June. Augusta, GA. Bell Auditorium
28 June. Charleston, SC. College Park Baseball Field
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30 June. Richmond, VA. Mosque Theater
4 July. Memphis, TN. Russwood Park
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Tour of Florida. Aug. 3 - Aug. 12
3-4 August. Miami, FL. Olympia (7 shows in 2 days)
5 August. Tampa, FL. Fort Homer Hesterly Armory (2 shows)
6 August. Lakeland, FL. Polk Theater (3 shows)
7 August. St. Petesburg, FL. Florida Theater (3 shows)
8 August. Orlando, FL. Municipal Auditorium
9 August. Daytona Beach, FL. Peabody Auditorium
10-11 August. Jacksonville, FL. Florida State Theater (3 shows per day)
12 August. New Orleans, LA. Municipal Auditorium (2 shows)
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26 September. Tupelo, MS. Mississippi-Alabama Fairgrounds (2 shows)
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Tour of Texas. Oct. 11 - Oct. 14
11 October. Dallas, TX. Cotton Bowl
12 October. Waco, TX. Heart O' Texas Coliseum
13 October. Houston, TX. Sam Houston Coliseum (2 shows)
14 October. San Antonio, TX. Bexar Country Coliseum
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Tour of Ohio and Kentucky. Nov. 22 - Nov. 25
22 November. Toledo, OH. Sports Arena (two shows)
23 November. Cleveland, OH
24 November. Troy, OH. Hobart Arena (2 shows)
25 November. Louisville , KY. Jefferson County Armory
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Last Hayride Performance. Dec. 15
15 December. Shreveport, LA. Hirsch Youth Center, Louisiana Fairgrounds
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