December 08 - Silver Award (Updated)

The UK B.P.I. awarded the "Christmas With Elvis And The and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra" album a Silver Award for 60,000 copies sold (digital streams plus digital downloads plus physical sales) in the U.K. since it's release a few months back.

UK Charts

  • The "Elvis Presley - Christmas With Elvis And The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra" album is listed at #9 on the Official UK Album chart selling 27,206 albums. 
  • The "The Wonder of You" by Elvis Presley And The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra is a re-entry at #90 on the Official UK Album chart.
  • The "Christmas With Elvis And The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra" album is #35 on the Official UK Download Chart; #9 on the Album Sales Chart; #9 on the Official UK Physical Album Chart; #37 on the Official UK Vinyl Album Chart and #16 on the Official UK Record Store Chart
  • The "The Wonder Of You" album is #72 on the Official UK Album Sales Chart and #69 on the Official UK Physical Album Chart
  • The "If I Can Dream" album by Elvis Presley and the Royal Philharmonic orchestra is #97 on the Official UK Album Sales Chart and #89 on the Official UK Physical Album Chart
  • The "Long Live The King" album is a new entry at #37 on the Official UK Indie Album Chart
  • The "The Elvis Collection" is #10 on the Official UK Music Video Chart
European Charts
  • The "Christmas With Elvis And The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra" album is #12 on the Scottish Album Chart
  • The "The Real Elvis" is #40 on the Scottish Album Chart
  • The "The Wonder of You" by Elvis Presley And The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra is #81 on the Scottish Album Chart
  • The "Christmas With Elvis And The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra" album is #11 on the Irish Album Chart.
  • The "Elvis Presley - Christmas With Elvis And The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra" album is a new entry at #42 on the Austrian Album chart. 
  • The "Elvis Presley - Christmas With Elvis And The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra" album is a new entry at #82 on the Swiss Album chart. 
  • The "Elvis Presley - Christmas With Elvis And The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra" album dropped from #70 to #92 on the Belgian Album chart. 
  • The 20-CD-Box "Elvis – 20 Original Albums" dropped from #23 to #41 on the Belgian Mid-price Album chart. 
  • The "Elvis – El Disco De Oro" is listed at #30 on the Spanish Album chart.
Charts Down Under
  • The "Christmas With Elvis And The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra" album dropped from #10 to #11 on the Australian Album chart.
  • The "Elvis: The King Of Rock 'N' Roll" DVD climbed from #31 to #27 on the Australian Music DVD chart.
  • The "Christmas With Elvis And The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra" album dropped remained steady #8 on the New Zealand Album chart.
Canadian Charts

Two Christmas compilations albums with the same title on the Canadian Album chart.

  • The “Elvis Christmas With The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra” album climbed from #77 to #35 on the Canadian Album chart.
  • The “White Christmas” album climbed from #59 to #47 on the Canadian Album chart. 
  • The “White Christmas” album climbed from #67 to #49 on the Canadian Album chart. 
Pontiac Silverdome Demolished


One day after explosive charges failed to bring down part of the Pontiac Silverdome, a repeat attempt did the trick Monday afternoon. The implosion was the long-awaited beginning of the end for an obsolete landmark that hosted Elvis Presley concert, a Super Bowl, World Cup, plus hundreds of Lions and Pistons games.

The building opened in 1975 and cost $55.7 million. It featured performances from Elvis on New Year’s Eve 1975 and Pope John Paul II in 1987 and the largest recorded attendance for a live indoor sporting event at WrestleMania III 1987. But the stadium fell into disrepair after the Lions left in 2002 and moved into Ford Field in downtown Detroit.

Reprints Delayed

The Follow That Dream Collectors label announced that the reprint of the recently deleted titles "Elvis In Atlanta" (containing two legendary shows from the Omni Coliseum in 1975 on April 30th and May 1), and "Elvis Las Vegas '74" (containing two Legendary Shows From The Hilton Hotel On August 20, 1974) has been delayed until 2018. They will now be with the first releases of 2018.


(Source: FECC / Reuters / Elvis Information Network)

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