The fool wrote:
By Yvonne Caldwell
From the May 1980 issue of Elvis The Record
This is a sweet memory but, like many, it's not entirely accurate. At the time of the 11-25-1955 show in Port Arthur, Texas, Carl Perkins
had yet to record "Blue Suede Shoes," his signature song. That would happen at Sun in mid-December, and the single released shortly after. So no way did young Yvonne see him do it in Port Arthur that night. It also seems odd that Elvis would go on early. By this point he was a very hot act, and usually closed the programs that he was a part of.
Thanks for the share, I have all those "Elvis The Record" magazines, but they're buried somewhere in the garage.