Elvis: "A Day in the Life"                                                                                                               November 1, 1972, (Wednesday)

Elvis and Linda returned to Los Angeles.

"Elvis On Tour" (originally titled "Standing Room Only") released nationwide.

"Elvis On Tour" (Movie Trailer)

Elvis: "A Day in the Life"                                                                                                                     November 2, 1972, (Thursday)

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Elvis: "A Day in the Life"                                                                                                                            November 3, 1972, (Friday)

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Elvis: "A Day in the Life"                                                                                                                     November 4, 1972, (Saturday)

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BILLBOARD POP CHART  (singles)

HOT 100:

"I Can See Clearly Now" by Johnny Nash.

"Burning Love" by Elvis Presley. #5

EASY LISTENING (TOP 40):

"I Can See Clearly Now" by Johnny Nash.

"It's a Matter of Time" by Elvis Presley. #9

BILLBOARD COUNTRY CHART  (singles)

HOT COUNTRY SINGLES:

"It's Not Love (But it's Not Bad)" by Merle Haggard.

"It's a Matter of Time" by Elvis Presley. #40

BILLBOARD SOUL CHART  (singles)

BEST SELLING SOUL SIDES:

"I'll Be Around" by the Spinners.

BILLBOARD POP CHART  (LP's & TAPE)

TOP LP's

"Superfly" by Curtis Mayfield.

"Elvis As Recorded at Madison Square Garden"

by Elvis Presley. #28

"Burning Love & Hits from Movies"

by Elvis Presley. #209

BILLBOARD COUNTRY CHART  (LP)

HOT COUNTRY LP'S

"A Sunshiny Day With" by Charley Pride.

BILLBOARD SOUL CHART  (LP)

BEST SELLING SOUL LP'S

"Superfly" by Curtis Mayfield.

Elvis: "A Day in the Life"                                                                                                                         November 5, 1972, (Sunday)

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Elvis: "A Day in the Life"                                                                                                                       November 6, 1972, (Monday)

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Elvis: "A Day in the Life"                                                                                                                       November 7, 1972, (Tuesday)

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Elvis: "A Day in the Life"                                                                                                               November 8, 1972, (Wednesday)

LIVE PERFORMANCE (OPENING SHOW) - (Road Tour 7) (11 Shows) (1)

The Municipal Coliseum, 2720 Drive of Champions, Lubbock, Texas. (8:30 pm)

Attendance: 10,000

Costume: Powder Blue Nail Suit - Original Belt with White Cape.

MUSICIANS: Vocals: Elvis Presley - Lead Guitar: James Burton - Rhythm Guitar: John Wilkinson - Bass Guitar: Jerry Scheff - Drums: Ronnie Tutt - Piano: Glen D. Hardin - Guitar: Charlie Hodge.

BACKUP VOCALS: The Sweet Inspirations: Soprano: Myrna Smith - First Tenor: Estelle Brown - Second Tenor: Sylvia Shemwell.

J.D. Sumner & the Stamps Quartet: Lead: Donnie Sumner - Tenor: Bill Baize - Baritone: Ed Enoch - Bass: J.D. Sumner - Bass: Richard Sterban.

Soprano: Kathy Westmoreland.

MUSICIAL CONDUCTOR: Joe Guercio.

ORCHESTRA - The Joe Guercio Orchestra.

 

 

Elvis opened his new tour with a performance in Lubbock.

Warm Up Act: Jackie Kahane (Comedian).

Opening Act: The Sweet Inspirations:

Songs performed: "NA"

J.D. Sumner & the Stamps Quartet:

Songs performed: "NA"

Songs performed: "NA"                                       

Elvis: "A Day in the Life"                                                                                                                     November 9, 1972, (Thursday)

LIVE PERFORMANCE (EVENING SHOW) - (Road Tour 7) (11 Shows) (2)

The Community Centre Arena, Downtown Tucson, Tucson, Arizona. (8:30 pm)

Attendance: 9,700

Costume: White Comet (Adonis) Suit - Gold Attendance Belt with Gold Cape.

MUSICIANS: Vocals: Elvis Presley - Lead Guitar: James Burton - Rhythm Guitar: John Wilkinson - Bass Guitar: Jerry Scheff - Drums: Ronnie Tutt - Piano: Glen D. Hardin - Guitar: Charlie Hodge.

BACKUP VOCALS: The Sweet Inspirations: Soprano: Myrna Smith - First Tenor: Estelle Brown - Second Tenor: Sylvia Shemwell.

J.D. Sumner & the Stamps Quartet: Lead: Donnie Sumner - Tenor: Bill Baize - Baritone: Ed Enoch - Bass: J.D. Sumner - Bass: Richard Sterban.

Soprano: Kathy Westmoreland.

MUSICIAL CONDUCTOR: Joe Guercio.

ORCHESTRA - The Joe Guercio Orchestra.

 

 

Elvis continued the tour with a show in Tucson.

Warm Up Act: Jackie Kahane (Comedian).

Opening Act: The Sweet Inspirations:

Songs performed: "NA"

J.D. Sumner & the Stamps Quartet:

Songs performed: "NA"

Songs performed: "Also Sprach Zarathustra", "See See Rider""I Got a Woman""Until it's Time for You to Go""You Don't Have to Say You Love Me""You Gave Me a Mountain""Polk Salad Annie""Love Me""All Shook Up""Heartbreak Hotel""Blue Suede Shoes""The Wonder of You""Love Me Tender""One Night""Teddy Bear"/"Don't Be Cruel""Little Sister"/"Get Back""Old Shep" (segment), "Raindrops Keep Falling On My Head" (segment)"Hound Dog""I'll Remember You""How Great Thou Art""Suspicious Minds""Band Introductions""For the Good Times""A Big Hunk O' Love""Fever", "I Can't Stop Loving You""Johnny B. Goode""Can't Help Falling in Love", "Closing Vamp"                                       

Elvis: "A Day in the Life"                                                                                                                         November 10, 1972, (Friday)

LIVE PERFORMANCE (EVENING SHOW) - (Road Tour 7) (11 Shows) (3)

El Paso County Coliseum, 4100 East Paisano Drive, El Paso, Texas. (8:30 pm)

Attendance: 9,000

Costume: Red Pinwheel (Matador) Suit - Gold Attendance Belt with White Cape.

MUSICIANS: Vocals: Elvis Presley - Lead Guitar: James Burton - Rhythm Guitar: John Wilkinson - Bass Guitar: Jerry Scheff - Drums: Ronnie Tutt - Piano: Glen D. Hardin - Guitar: Charlie Hodge.

BACKUP VOCALS: The Sweet Inspirations: Soprano: Myrna Smith - First Tenor: Estelle Brown - Second Tenor: Sylvia Shemwell.

J.D. Sumner & the Stamps Quartet: Lead: Donnie Sumner - Tenor: Bill Baize - Baritone: Ed Enoch - Bass: J.D. Sumner - Bass: Richard Sterban.

Soprano: Kathy Westmoreland.

MUSICIAL CONDUCTOR: Joe Guercio.

ORCHESTRA - The Joe Guercio Orchestra.

 

 

Elvis continued the tour with a show in El Paso.

Warm Up Act: Jackie Kahane (Comedian).

Opening Act: The Sweet Inspirations:

Songs performed: "NA"

J.D. Sumner & the Stamps Quartet:

Songs performed: "NA"

Songs performed: "NA"                                       

Elvis: "A Day in the Life"                                                                                                                  November 11, 1972, (Saturday)

LIVE PERFORMANCE (EVENING SHOW) - (Road Tour 7) (11 Shows) (4)

Oakland Coliseum, 7000 Coliseum Way, Oakland, California. (8:30 pm)

Attendance: 14,000

Costume: White Thunderbird (Stone Eagle) Suit - Jack Lord Belt with Blue Cape.

MUSICIANS: Vocals: Elvis Presley - Lead Guitar: James Burton - Rhythm Guitar: John Wilkinson - Bass Guitar: Jerry Scheff - Drums: Ronnie Tutt - Piano: Glen D. Hardin - Guitar: Charlie Hodge.

BACKUP VOCALS: The Sweet Inspirations: Soprano: Myrna Smith - First Tenor: Estelle Brown - Second Tenor: Sylvia Shemwell.

J.D. Sumner & the Stamps Quartet: Lead: Donnie Sumner - Tenor: Bill Baize - Baritone: Ed Enoch - Bass: J.D. Sumner - Bass: Richard Sterban.

Soprano: Kathy Westmoreland.

MUSICIAL CONDUCTOR: Joe Guercio.

ORCHESTRA - The Joe Guercio Orchestra.

 

 

Elvis performed at the Oakland Coliseum, Oakland, California. The kissing and the sharing of scarves was of course a part of Elvis' show. So today he ordered 115 scarves in different colors from Mr. Guy in Las Vegas.

Warm Up Act: Jackie Kahane (Comedian).

Opening Act: The Sweet Inspirations:

Songs performed: "NA"

J.D. Sumner & the Stamps Quartet:

Songs performed: "NA"

Songs performed: "Also Sprach Zarathustra", "See See Rider""I Got a Woman"/"Amen""Until it's Time for You to Go""You Gave Me a Mountain""You Don't Have to Say You Love Me""Polk Salad Annie""What Now My Love""Love Me""All Shook Up""Heartbreak Hotel""Blue Suede Shoes", "One Night""Love Me Tender""Teddy Bear"/"Don't Be Cruel""Hound Dog""I'll Remember You""How Great Thou Art""Suspicious Minds""Band Introductions""Burning Love""A Big Hunk O' Love""You Gave Me a Mountain""Can't Help Falling in Love", "Closing Vamp"            

BILLBOARD POP CHART  (singles)

HOT 100:

"I Can See Clearly Now" by Johnny Nash.

"Burning Love" by Elvis Presley. #14

EASY LISTENING (TOP 40):

"I Can See Clearly Now" by Johnny Nash.

"It's a Matter of Time" by Elvis Presley. #9

BILLBOARD COUNTRY CHART  (singles)

HOT COUNTRY SINGLES:

"My Man" by Tammy Wynette.

"It's a Matter of Time" by Elvis Presley. #38

BILLBOARD SOUL CHART  (singles)

BEST SELLING SOUL SIDES:

"I'll Be Around" by the Spinners.

BILLBOARD POP CHART  (LP's & TAPE)

TOP LP's

"Superfly" by Curtis Mayfield.

"Elvis As Recorded at Madison Square Garden"

by Elvis Presley. #32

"Burning Love & Hits from Movies"

by Elvis Presley. #65

BILLBOARD COUNTRY CHART  (LP)

HOT COUNTRY LP'S

"A Sunshiny Day With" by Charley Pride.

"Burning Love & Hits from Movies"

by Elvis Presley. #45

BILLBOARD SOUL CHART  (LP)

BEST SELLING SOUL LP'S

"Superfly" by Curtis Mayfield.

Elvis: "A Day in the Life"                                                                                                                      November 12, 1972, (Sunday)

LIVE PERFORMANCE (AFTERNOON SHOW) - (Road Tour 7) (11 Shows) (5)

Swing Auditorium, 689 South East Street, San Bernardino, California. (5:00 pm)

Attendance: 7,200

Costume: Black Conquistador Suit - Original Belt with Blue Cape.

MUSICIANS: Vocals: Elvis Presley - Lead Guitar: James Burton - Rhythm Guitar: John Wilkinson - Bass Guitar: Jerry Scheff - Drums: Ronnie Tutt - Piano: Glen D. Hardin - Guitar: Charlie Hodge.

BACKUP VOCALS: The Sweet Inspirations: Soprano: Myrna Smith - First Tenor: Estelle Brown - Second Tenor: Sylvia Shemwell.

J.D. Sumner & the Stamps Quartet: Lead: Donnie Sumner - Tenor: Bill Baize - Baritone: Ed Enoch - Bass: J.D. Sumner - Bass: Richard Sterban.

Soprano: Kathy Westmoreland.

MUSICIAL CONDUCTOR: Joe Guercio.

ORCHESTRA - The Joe Guercio Orchestra.

 

 

Elvis continued the tour with the first of two shows in San Bernardino.

Warm Up Act: Jackie Kahane (Comedian).

Opening Act: The Sweet Inspirations:

Songs performed: "NA"

J.D. Sumner & the Stamps Quartet:

Songs performed: "NA"

Songs performed: "Also Sprach Zarathustra", "See See Rider""I Got a Woman"/"Amen""Until it's Time for You to Go""You Don't Have to Say You Love Me""Polk Salad Annie", "Love Me""All Shook Up""Heartbreak Hotel""Blue Suede Shoes", "One Night""Teddy Bear"/"Don't Be Cruel""Hound Dog""I'll Remember You""How Great Thou Art""Suspicious Minds""Band Introductions""What Now My Love""Burning Love""Fever""You Gave Me a Mountain""A Big Hunk O' Love""Love Me Tender""Can't Help Falling in Love", "Closing Vamp"                                           

Elvis: "A Day in the Life"                                                                                                                    November 13, 1972, (Monday)

LIVE PERFORMANCE (EVENING SHOW) - (Road Tour 7) (11 Shows) (6)

Swing Auditorium, 689 South East Street, San Bernardino, California. (8:30 pm)

Attendance: 7,200

Costume: Royal Blue Fireworks  (Blue Owl) Suit - Owl Belt with Silver Cape.

MUSICIANS: Vocals: Elvis Presley - Lead Guitar: James Burton - Rhythm Guitar: John Wilkinson - Bass Guitar: Jerry Scheff - Drums: Ronnie Tutt - Piano: Glen D. Hardin - Guitar: Charlie Hodge.

BACKUP VOCALS: The Sweet Inspirations: Soprano: Myrna Smith - First Tenor: Estelle Brown - Second Tenor: Sylvia Shemwell.

J.D. Sumner & the Stamps Quartet: Lead: Donnie Sumner - Tenor: Bill Baize - Baritone: Ed Enoch - Bass: J.D. Sumner - Bass: Richard Sterban.

Soprano: Kathy Westmoreland.

MUSICIAL CONDUCTOR: Joe Guercio.

ORCHESTRA - The Joe Guercio Orchestra.

 

 

Elvis continued the tour with the second of two shows in San Bernardino.

Warm Up Act: Jackie Kahane (Comedian).

Opening Act: The Sweet Inspirations:

Songs performed: "NA"

J.D. Sumner & the Stamps Quartet:

Songs performed: "NA"

Songs performed: "Also Sprach Zarathustra", "See See Rider""I Got a Woman"/"Amen""Until it's Time for You to Go""You Don't Have to Say You Love Me""All Shook Up""Heartbreak Hotel""Blue Suede Shoes", "Teddy Bear"/"Don't Be Cruel""Love Me Tender""Little Sister"/"Get Back""I'll Remember You""How Great Thou Art""Suspicious Minds""Band Introductions""What Now My Love""Fever""Burning Love""You Gave Me a Mountain""Mystery Train"/"Tiger Man""Can't Help Falling in Love", "Closing Vamp"                                           

Elvis: "A Day in the Life"                                                                                                                    November 14, 1972, (Tuesday)

LIVE PERFORMANCE (EVENING SHOW) - (Road Tour 7) (11 Shows) (7)

Long Beach Arena, 300 East Ocean Boulevard, Long Beach, California. (8:30 pm)

Attendance: 14,000

Costume: Light Blue Aztec Star (Tiffany) Suit - Gold Attendance Belt with Silver Cape.

MUSICIANS: Vocals: Elvis Presley - Lead Guitar: James Burton - Rhythm Guitar: John Wilkinson - Bass Guitar: Jerry Scheff - Drums: Ronnie Tutt - Piano: Glen D. Hardin - Guitar: Charlie Hodge.

BACKUP VOCALS: The Sweet Inspirations: Soprano: Myrna Smith - First Tenor: Estelle Brown - Second Tenor: Sylvia Shemwell.

J.D. Sumner & the Stamps Quartet: Lead: Donnie Sumner - Tenor: Bill Baize - Baritone: Ed Enoch - Bass: J.D. Sumner - Bass: Richard Sterban.

Soprano: Kathy Westmoreland.

MUSICIAL CONDUCTOR: Joe Guercio.

ORCHESTRA - The Joe Guercio Orchestra.

 

 

Elvis continued the tour with the first of two shows in Long Beach.

Warm Up Act: Jackie Kahane (Comedian).

Opening Act: The Sweet Inspirations:

Songs performed: "NA"

J.D. Sumner & the Stamps Quartet:

Songs performed: "NA"

Songs performed: "Also Sprach Zarathustra", "See See Rider""I Got a Woman"/"Amen""Until it's Time for You to Go""You Don't Have to Say You Love Me""Polk Salad Annie""Love Me""All Shook Up""Heartbreak Hotel""Blue Suede Shoes""One Night""Teddy Bear"/"Don't Be Cruel""Hound Dog""Love Me Tender""Little Sister"/"Get Back", "How Great Thou Art""Suspicious Minds""Band Introductions""Burning Love""Funny How Time Slips Away""You Gave Me a Mountain""Fever""A Big Hunk O' Love""Can't Help Falling in Love", "Closing Vamp"                                           

Elvis: "A Day in the Life"                                                                                                             November 15, 1972, (Wednesday)

LIVE PERFORMANCE (EVENING SHOW) - (Road Tour 7) (11 Shows) (8)

Long Beach Arena, 300 East Ocean Boulevard, Long Beach, California. (8:30 pm)

Attendance: 14,000

Costume: White Planet (Saturn) Suit - Gold Attendance Belt with Silver Cape.

MUSICIANS: Vocals: Elvis Presley - Lead Guitar: James Burton - Rhythm Guitar: John Wilkinson - Bass Guitar: Jerry Scheff - Drums: Ronnie Tutt - Piano: Glen D. Hardin - Guitar: Charlie Hodge.

BACKUP VOCALS: The Sweet Inspirations: Soprano: Myrna Smith - First Tenor: Estelle Brown - Second Tenor: Sylvia Shemwell.

J.D. Sumner & the Stamps Quartet: Lead: Donnie Sumner - Tenor: Bill Baize - Baritone: Ed Enoch - Bass: J.D. Sumner - Bass: Richard Sterban.

Soprano: Kathy Westmoreland.

MUSICIAL CONDUCTOR: Joe Guercio.

ORCHESTRA - The Joe Guercio Orchestra.

 

 

Elvis continued the tour with the second of two shows in Long Beach.

Warm Up Act: Jackie Kahane (Comedian).

Opening Act: The Sweet Inspirations:

Songs performed: "NA"

J.D. Sumner & the Stamps Quartet:

Songs performed: "NA"

Songs performed: "Also Sprach Zarathustra", "See See Rider""I Got a Woman"/"Amen""Until it's Time for You to Go""You Don't Have to Say You Love Me""Polk Salad Annie""Love Me""All Shook Up""Heartbreak Hotel""Blue Suede Shoes""The Wonder of You" (segment)"Teddy Bear"/"Don't Be Cruel""Love Me Tender""Little Sister"/"Get Back""Hound Dog""I'll Remember You""How Great Thou Art""Suspicious Minds""Band Introductions""Burning Love""Fever""You Gave Me a Mountain""Can't Help Falling in Love", "Closing Vamp"                                           

Elvis: "A Day in the Life"                                                                                                                  November 16, 1972, (Thursday)

Elvis, Linda and Lisa-Marie flew from Los Angeles to Honolulu. They were accompanied by a large group: James Caughley, Joe Esposito, Dick Grob, Gee Gee Gambill, Charlie Hodge, Dr. Nichopoulos, Sonny West, Red West and the 3 Stanley brothers, Ricky, David and Billy.                                        

Elvis: "A Day in the Life"                                                                                                                         November 17, 1972, (Friday)

LIVE PERFORMANCE (EVENING SHOW) - (Road Tour 7) (11 Shows) (9)

The Honolulu International Centre (H.I.C.) Arena, 777 Ward Avenue, Honolulu, Hawaii. (8:30 pm)

Attendance: 8,400

Costume: White Thunderbird (Stone Eagle) Suit - Jack Lord Belt with Blue Cape.

MUSICIANS: Vocals: Elvis Presley - Lead Guitar: James Burton - Rhythm Guitar: John Wilkinson - Bass Guitar: Jerry Scheff - Drums: Ronnie Tutt - Piano: Glen D. Hardin - Guitar: Charlie Hodge.

BACKUP VOCALS: The Sweet Inspirations: Soprano: Myrna Smith - First Tenor: Estelle Brown - Second Tenor: Sylvia Shemwell.

J.D. Sumner & the Stamps Quartet: Lead: Donnie Sumner - Tenor: Bill Baize - Baritone: Ed Enoch - Bass: J.D. Sumner - Bass: Richard Sterban.

Soprano: Kathy Westmoreland.

MUSICIAL CONDUCTOR: Joe Guercio.

ORCHESTRA - The Joe Guercio Orchestra.

 

 

Elvis performed the first of three shows at the Honolulu International Center, Honolulu, Hawaii. Originally this (or the next night) show was planned to be the worldwide satellite broadcast.

Warm Up Act: Jackie Kahane (Comedian).

Opening Act: The Sweet Inspirations:

Songs performed: "NA"

J.D. Sumner & the Stamps Quartet:

Songs performed: "NA"

Songs performed: "Also Sprach Zarathustra", "See See Rider""I Got a Woman"/"Amen""Until it's Time for You to Go""You Don't Have to Say You Love Me""Polk Salad Annie""Love Me""All Shook Up""Heartbreak Hotel""Blue Suede Shoes", "One Night""Teddy Bear"/"Don't Be Cruel""Love Me Tender""Little Sister"/"Get Back""Hound Dog""I'll Remember You""How Great Thou Art""Suspicious Minds""Band Introductions""For the Good Times""Burning Love""What Now My Love""Fever""A Big Hunk O' Love""You Gave Me a Mountain""Can't Help Falling in Love", "Closing Vamp"            

Elvis: "A Day in the Life"                                                                                                                  November 18, 1972, (Saturday)

LIVE PERFORMANCE (AFTERNOON SHOW) - (Road Tour 7) (11 Shows) (10)

The Honolulu International Centre (H.I.C.) Arena, 777 Ward Avenue, Honolulu, Hawaii. (2:30 pm)

Attendance: 8,400

Costume: Black Conquistador Suit - Original Belt with Red Cape.

MUSICIANS: Vocals: Elvis Presley - Lead Guitar: James Burton - Rhythm Guitar: John Wilkinson - Bass Guitar: Jerry Scheff - Drums: Ronnie Tutt - Piano: Glen D. Hardin - Guitar: Charlie Hodge.

BACKUP VOCALS: The Sweet Inspirations: Soprano: Myrna Smith - First Tenor: Estelle Brown - Second Tenor: Sylvia Shemwell.

J.D. Sumner & the Stamps Quartet: Lead: Donnie Sumner - Tenor: Bill Baize - Baritone: Ed Enoch - Bass: J.D. Sumner - Bass: Richard Sterban.

Soprano: Kathy Westmoreland.

MUSICIAL CONDUCTOR: Joe Guercio.

ORCHESTRA - The Joe Guercio Orchestra.

 

 

Elvis closed his tour with two more shows at the H.I.C. Arena.

Warm Up Act: Jackie Kahane (Comedian).

Opening Act: The Sweet Inspirations:

Songs performed: "NA"

J.D. Sumner & the Stamps Quartet:

Songs performed: "NA"

Songs performed: "Also Sprach Zarathustra", "See See Rider""I Got a Woman"/"Amen""Until it's Time for You to Go""You Don't Have to Say You Love Me""Polk Salad Annie""Love Me""All Shook Up""Heartbreak Hotel""Blue Suede Shoes", "One Night""Teddy Bear"/"Don't Be Cruel""Love Me Tender""Hound Dog""I'll Remember You""How Great Thou Art""Suspicious Minds""Band Introductions""What Now My Love""Burning Love""Fever""Blue Hawaii" (segment)"Hawaiian Wedding Song" (segment)"You Gave Me a Mountain""A Big Hunk O' Love""Can't Help Falling in Love", "Closing Vamp"            

LIVE PERFORMANCE (CLOSING SHOW) - (Road Tour 7) (11 Shows) (11)

The Honolulu International Centre (H.I.C.) Arena, 777 Ward Avenue, Honolulu, Hawaii. (8:30 pm)

Attendance: 9,000

Costume: Light Blue Aztec Star (Tiffany) Suit - White Fireworks Suit Belt with Silver Cape.

MUSICIANS: Vocals: Elvis Presley - Lead Guitar: James Burton - Rhythm Guitar: John Wilkinson - Bass Guitar: Jerry Scheff - Drums: Ronnie Tutt - Piano: Glen D. Hardin - Guitar: Charlie Hodge.

BACKUP VOCALS: The Sweet Inspirations: Soprano: Myrna Smith - First Tenor: Estelle Brown - Second Tenor: Sylvia Shemwell.

J.D. Sumner & the Stamps Quartet: Lead: Donnie Sumner - Tenor: Bill Baize - Baritone: Ed Enoch - Bass: J.D. Sumner - Bass: Richard Sterban.

Soprano: Kathy Westmoreland.

MUSICIAL CONDUCTOR: Joe Guercio.

ORCHESTRA - The Joe Guercio Orchestra.

 

 

Elvis closed his latest tour.

Warm Up Act: Jackie Kahane (Comedian).

Opening Act: The Sweet Inspirations:

Songs performed: "NA"

J.D. Sumner & the Stamps Quartet:

Songs performed: "NA"

Songs performed: "Also Sprach Zarathustra", "See See Rider""Blue Christmas" (segment)"I Got a Woman"/"Amen""Until it's Time for You to Go""You Don't Have to Say You Love Me""Polk Salad Annie""Love Me""All Shook Up""Heartbreak Hotel""Blue Suede Shoes", "Just Pretend""Teddy Bear"/"Don't Be Cruel""Love Me Tender""Little Sister"/"Get Back""Hound Dog""I'll Remember You""How Great Thou Art""Suspicious Minds""Band Introductions""What Now My Love""Fever""Burning Love", "You Gave Me a Mountain""A Big Hunk O' Love""Can't Help Falling in Love", "Closing Vamp"            

BILLBOARD POP CHART  (singles)

HOT 100:

"I Can See Clearly Now" by Johnny Nash.

"Burning Love" by Elvis Presley. #19

EASY LISTENING (TOP 40):

"I Can See Clearly Now" by Johnny Nash.

"It's a Matter of Time" by Elvis Presley. #13

BILLBOARD COUNTRY CHART  (singles)

HOT COUNTRY SINGLES:

"She's too Good to be True" by Charley Pride.

"It's a Matter of Time" by Elvis Presley. #38

BILLBOARD SOUL CHART  (singles)

BEST SELLING SOUL SIDES:

"If You Don't Know Me by Now"

by Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes.

BILLBOARD POP CHART  (LP's & TAPE)