“Patch It Up” is a song performed by Elvis Presley and was recorded live at the International Hotel in Las Vegas in August 1970. The song was written by Eddie Rabbitt and Rory Bourke, and it was included on Elvis’ live album “On Stage”.
The song has an upbeat and catchy melody, with a driving rhythm and horns section. Elvis’ vocals are strong and energetic, and he puts his own spin on the song with his signature rock and roll style.
During the performance of “Patch It Up” in Las Vegas, Elvis was backed by his regular band, including James Burton on guitar, Ronnie Tutt on drums, and Jerry Scheff on bass. The performance was part of Elvis’ legendary run of concerts in Las Vegas, which started in 1969 and continued for several years.
“Patch It Up” was a popular song in Elvis’ live shows, and he performed it frequently throughout the 1970s. The song’s lyrics are about a man trying to patch up a relationship with his girlfriend, and it has become a fan favorite among Elvis’ many hits.