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Elvis plays the Armory, Louisville, Kentucky: November 25, 1956

By: Elvis Australia
Source: whas11.com / Thomas Melin / Elvis Today
June 4, 2010
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The news feature from WHAS11 TV shows Elvis playing at the Armory, Louisville, Kentucky on November 25, 1956. Although silent, it shows the impact of his show and the arena packed with people. Pure magic!

Don't adjust your speakers, the vintage video footage is silent.

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