May 18 - There’s No Tomorrow

The SR import-label released “There’s No Tomorrow” containing the August 10, 1973 Midnight Show performance as recorded from the audience in Las Vegas. It comes in both a standard and deluxe edition. 

The standard edition is a limited release of 400 copies. It comes housed in a deluxe LP sized sleeve that includes a 180 Gr. vinyl LP, CD, bonus glossy 29x21 cm double sided art-card and bonus sticker. The set comes on four different colors vinyl; black, blue, red and marble, 100 copies of each color. 

The label also produced a deluxe box-set edition of 45 copies with exclusive content. This deluxe edition comes in three different variations of 15 copies each on a different color vinyl, different sticker, different CD digipack and a T-shirt. 

Sammy Shore Died

Sammy Shore, the well-known stand-up comedian, Shore, who opened for Elvis Presley in Las Vegas, died Saturday morning in Las Vegas at 92. 

His son Pauly Shore posted on Twitter: "I'm saddened to let everyone know my father Sammy Shore recently passed at the age of 92 from natural causes".

Shore founded The Comedy Store with writing partner Rudy Deluca on April 7, 1972. His ex-wife, Mitzi Shore, took ownership of the club in the divorce settlement, and the venue went on to become one of the best known incubators of comedy talent in Los Angeles. 

Shore was chosen to open for Elvis Presley’s comeback at the International Hotel, bringing Shore into the spotlight. He continued to open for Elvis’ International Hotel and road shows through 1972. His second memoir books is entitled "The Man Who Made Elvis Laugh".

Shore also opened for such acts as Barbra Streisand, Tony Orlando, Tony Bennett, Sammy Davis Jr., Tom Jones, Ann-Margaret, Connie Stevens, Bobby Darin, and Glen Campbell. 

(Source: FECC / Variety / Las Vegas Review Journal)