Dec. 1, 1977 -- Elvis debuts in Milwaukee with The Attractions at the Electric Ballroom.
March 9, 1979 -- It's all about "Armed Forces" as E.C. and The Attractions storm the Uptown Theatre, which a few years earlier had been the scene of the famed Springsteen bomb scare show.
Aug. 14, 1982 -- Elvis' tour with The Attractions for the heralded "Imperial Bedroom" -- or ibmepderoioaml, for the real geeks -- tour lands at Alpine Valley.
Aug. 26, 1983 -- A year later E.C., Pete Thomas, Bruce Thomas and Steve Nieve -- and some horn players -- "Punch the Clock" at the Auditorium and Scotland's fabulous Aztec Camera opens.
June 7, 1991 -- Elvis grows a beard, stuns fans by admitting to liking Jerry Garcia, and plays with The Rude 5 at Alpine Valley. Fitting. Tour for the under-appreciated "Mighty Like A Rose."
June 11, 1999 -- The longest-ever Elvis drought here is doused with an intimate show (see photo above) featuring just E.C. and pianist Nieve at The Riverside as part of a tour that was chronicled on a limited-edition five EP CD set.
April 16, 2005 -- Elvis brings his Imposters to The Riverside.
June 29, 2006 -- Elvis and New Orleans legend Allen Toussaint -- and said Imposters -- focus on their recent disc, "The River in Reverse."