Elvis performed in Schreveport "Louisiana Hayride" Louisiana
This day's edition of The Wall Street Journal reports Elvis' gross 1956 income at around $22 million.
After fireworks at Graceland, New Year's Eve 1962 is spent at another private party,
held this time at Memphis' Manhattan Club.
Elvis Presley arrives at Memphis' Manhattan Club for his annual (private) Christmas party, but, unable to find a parking space, returns to Graceland.
The Bar Kays and Billy Lee Riley are among the musical performers at the King's New Year's Eve party, held at Memphis' own Thunderbird Lounge. Elvis dances with Priscilla to Gershwin's "Summertime," a song he has personally requested.
The traditional Elvis New Year's Eve Party in Memphis moves to a new club, T.J.'s.
Ronnie Milsap, the house act, headlines, and songwriter Mark James is called upon to perform his own version of his "Suspicious Minds."
Elvis and the group went on a special tour at the FBI headquarters.
Here Elvis expressed his admiration for J. Edgar Hoover to the FBI agent conducting the tour. Elvis also offered to serve in an undercover capacity in any way he could. On the agent's recommendation Director Hoover sent Elvis a note on January 4: "your generous comments concerning the Bureau and me are
appreciated and you may be sure we will keep in mind your offer to be of assistance." The group flew home to Memphis in a leased jet in time for the annual New Year's Eve party at TJ's.
Elvis announces to his entourage that Priscilla will be divorcing him, saying simply, "She says she doesn't love me anymore." In contrast to previous years, tonight's New Year's Eve celebration is held at Graceland rather than a local club
Elvis makes his biggest concert ever, earning a gross $800.000. With a crowd of over 60000!! Elvis performes at the "Pontiac Silverdome" in Pontiac, Michigan 8:30 p.m. Elvis wore the Rainfall suit with original belt.
Elvis performes at the Civic center in Pittsburgh, PA, 9:30 p.m. The crowd was 16409 and Elvis wore the "Black phoenix" suit with original belt.