Elvis performed in "Eagle`s Nest" Memphis. After the show goes Elvis, Scotty and Bill with Sam to Shreveport.
Elvis performed in "The Fair Park Auditorium" Lubbock, Texas and "The Cotton Club" Lubbock, Texas
Elvis and Gene Smith travelled back from San Antonio to Memphis by plane.
After several weeks in Las Vegas Elvis returned to Memphis before travelling to Nashville to record 5 songs at RCA's Studio B between 6.00 p.m. and 4.00 a.m.
The injured guitarist Hank Garland was replaced by Jerry Kennedy.
Again they wanted to record a new single. Good Luck Charm and Anything That's Part Of You were the result.
Elvis was in Memphis. He went shopping and bought a shoulder holster. A couple of days before he was given an official badge which permitted him to carry a pistol. In the evening he attended The Gospel Quartet Convention at Ellis Auditorium where he was introduced to the audience by James Blackwood, leader of the Blackwood Brothers.
After a short period of feeling well, Elvis, again having breathing problems, forced Dr. Nichopoulos to admit Elvis as his patient to Memphis Baptist Memorial Hospital.
Elvis got through a great amount of tests to determine the cause of his condition.
Heart failure was ruled out immediately. At first the medical team had no idea at all, what could be the problem, until Dr. Nichopoulos came up with the thought that it could have something to do with Elvis' "acupuncture" treatments in California. Elvis had to remain in the hospital for 2 weeks and Linda stayed on his side the whole time.
With Sheila Ryan Elvis travelled to Las Vegas, to put himself under the care of Dr. Elias Ghanem. This doctor had taken care of Elvis during engagements since 1972.
Elvis performed at the Chicago Stadium, Chicago at 8:30 p.m. The crowd was 19000 and Elvis wore "Chief" suit with the second belt.