IN NEW YORK, ELVIS BREAKS ALL ATTENDANCE RECORDS AT MADISON SQUARE GARDEN

Elvis At Madison Square Garden, New York. 1972

In June Elvis goes on tour again. He holds a press conference in New York on June 9. He looks tanned and in good shape, having recently been on vacation in Hawaii. MGM is in the room to film the lecture for use in “Elvis On Tour.” Elvis makes history by performing four sold-out concerts at New York’s Madison Square Garden Square. John Lennon, George Harrison, Bob Dylan, David Bowie and Art Garfunkel are among the music stars watching the show.

Nine days after the concerts are recorded, RCA releases a live album of one of the shows, “Elvis As Recorded At Madison Square Garden.” The sales and critics of this album are very good giving it another gold record. The LP will reach number 11 on the Billboard charts. Elvis on this tour visits seven other cities. Elvis’s seasons in Las Vegas and his tours of cities across the United States break attendance records.

 

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