Elvis Presley performing Love Me on the Ed Sullivan show in 1956
Origin Of Song: Love Me is a sentimental song composed by Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller.
Success: Climbed to #2 on the Billboard Top #100 in the United States. ...
Elvis Presley performs "What I'd Say" with Ann-Margret in Viva Las Vegas. 1964.
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Ann-Margret's character was named Rusty Martin. Presley's nickname for her was "Rusty Ammo." He also called her "Scoobie" and "Thumper." ...
🎶 Baby I don't care, 1957.
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Elvis and Priscilla Beaulieu's wedding at the Aladdin Hotel in Las Vegas, May 1st, 1967.
Presley reportedly requested that the word "obey" be removed from their otherwise traditional marriage vows.
The couple’s first dance was to “Love Me Tender.”🎶
Teddy Boy Paul in 1950-1960s.
also some information about this subculture:
Although Teddy Boys became associated with rock and roll music, prior to the advent of that genre, Teddy Boys mainly listened and danced to jazz and skiffle music. A well-known dance that the Teddy Boys adopted was The Creep, a slow shuffle that was so popular with Teddy Boys that it led to their other nickname, Creepers. From 1955, Rock and Roll was adopted by the Teddy Boys when the film Blackboard Jungle was first shown in cinemas in the UK, and Teddy Boys started listening to artists like Elvis Presley, Bill Haley and Eddie Cochran.🐻 ...