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ELVIS SELLS OUT THE GARDEN, 1972
In 1972, when the King decided to perform his first ever concerts in New York, he chose Madison Square Garden as his castle. All four shows were sell-outs and hit two albums were recorded during the performances.
As the crowds went wild, Elvis played an extensive set list that embraced classics ranging from "That's All Right" to "Suspicious Minds" to "Proud Mary" to "You Don't Have to Say You Love Me."