The Elvis Presley Show June 3, 1956 Rarest Elvis Record Ever Orange Promo Larger image below. Colonel Parker along with RCA Victor produced and authorized this mega-rare piece of Elvis history for the promoters of Elvis' first Oakland, CA concert on June 3, 1956 at the Municipal Auditorium Arena. The Colonel had this orange hard cardboard promotional record produced by the same company he used to produce the gold cardboard Truth About Me record that same year. The announcer on the record boasts that Elvis and The Jordanaires will not be appearing in San Francisco and this will be their only appearance in the Bay Area. Elvis can be heard performing Heartbreak Hotel, Blue Suede Shoes and I Want You I Need You I Love You.
Please note: The incredibly rare Audiodiscs cover is included. This is written in stone!!!
Paul Lichter's Elvis Unique Record Club was founded in 1970 and has been supplying Elvis fans worldwide for four decades. Paul has written 30 books about his friend Elvis and has often been called the world's leading Elvis authority. Whether you are looking for Elvis' first Sun recording, an authentic autograph or a photo of Elvis performing at a concert in your hometown, chances are you will find it as part of our large inventory of mint Elvis original treasures. This is written in stone!!
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