Elvis’s last concert.

Anyone who tells me they like rock music but don’t like Elvis, are either lying or don’t like rock or pop music at all. The fact is that without Elvis Rock N Roll would have never been as popular as it is.

He always will have a special place in my heart. However there is no denying that his end was tragic and I still believe totally avoidable. But I will not go into that this time.

As the title suggests, this is about Elvis’s ever last concert which was held on June 26,1977. The venue was the Market Square Arena in Indianapolis, Indiana. It was his 55th show of the year.

His final show brought in a crowd of 18,000 fans at the Indianapolis’s Market Square Arena and was a must-see gig for Presley fans.

Despite his poor health condition , and at times sickly appearance, his presence alone was still enough of a draw to sell out shows nationwide.

While Elvis was overweight,158 kg, and pale at this point in his life, he still appeared on form and put on a great show.

This was his setlist; “Also Spoke Zarathustra (opening) “”C.C. Rider,” “I Got A Woman/Amen,” “Love Me,” “Fairytale,” “You Gave Me A Mountain,” “Jailhouse Rock,” “It’s Now Or Never,” “Little Sister,” “Teddy Bear,” “Don’t Be Cruel,” “Release Me,” “I Can’t Stop Loving You,” “Bridge Over Troubled Water,” “Early Mornin’ Rain,” “Johnny B. Goode,” “I Really Don’t Want To Know,” “Hurt,” “Hound Dog,” and “Can’t Help Falling In Love.”

As he left the stage for the final time, on June 26, 1977, the King of Rock n’ Roll told his fans “We’ll meet you again, God bless, adios” He ended the show with this song.

He truly was the King of Rock N Roll

Sources

https://www.irishcentral.com/culture/on-this-day-elvis-presley-last-concert

https://www.smoothradio.com/artists/elvis-presley/final-performance-video/

https://www.thecoast.net.nz/videos/watch-elvis-presleys-final-song-at-his-last-ever-concert/

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1 Comment

  1. What a fine set list. I think hound dog with Jailhouse rock  was my first record purchase. (45 rpm). maybe it was 4 song 45.

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