By 1968, it had been more than seven years since Elvis had appeared on stage in front of a live audience. In his first television special Elvis plays his greatest role - simply being himself, the real Elvis as performer and person. Usually referred to as The ' 68 Special or The ' 68 Comeback Special, the actual name of this landmark television program was Elvis. Taped in June 1968, it first aired the following December 3rd on NBC-TV, attracting 42% of the television viewing audience, the network's biggest ratings victory that year and the season's top-rated show. It stands as one of the great moments in rock music history and as a stunningly brilliant milestone in Elvis Presley's career. After this triumph Elvis poured renewed creative vigor into his recording work, wrapped up his movie contract obligations and returned full-time to the concert stage, beginning a new and exciting era of the Elvis phenomenon.
This black & white photo art print encompasses the raw energy of Elvis' famous performance. It features the king wearing his famed black leather jumpsuit while performing on stage and is a must have for your Elvis art collection!
- Fits standard 11x14 frame
- Mat measures 11" x 14"
- Photo print measures 8" x 10"
- Mounted in an antique white mat and packaged in acetate sleeve with backer board
- 3" x 4" descriptive label on back
- Made in USA