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Two Months After This Performance Elvis Passed Away But In This Performance He Still Had The King’s Ways

Elvis Presley’s last performance of “Unchained Melody” was on June 26, 1977, during his final concert at the Market Square Arena in Indianapolis, Indiana. The song was part of his usual setlist at the time and was performed towards the end of the show, after which he left the stage to thunderous applause.

This particular performance of “Unchained Melody” is often considered one of the highlights of the show, as Elvis gave a heartfelt and emotional rendition of the song that showcased his vocal talents and ability to connect with his audience.

Elvis’ version of “Unchained Melody” is a bit different from the original recording by The Righteous Brothers. He arranged the song to feature his signature style, with a more dramatic and powerful vocal delivery. His rendition of the song also features a slower tempo and a more soulful and bluesy arrangement.

Elvis’ version of “Unchained Melody” was never officially released as a single, but it has become a fan favorite and is considered one of his greatest performances. It is a testament to his enduring legacy as a singer and performer, and to the enduring appeal of this classic song.

Sadly, less than two months after this performance, on August 16, 1977, Elvis Presley passed away at his home in Graceland, Memphis, Tennessee, at the age of 42.

People let him down, doctors let him down and his body let him down, BUT HIS VOICE NEVER LET HIM DOWN. RIP Elvis, still loved still missed even after all this time.

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