Instant Index: 60th Anniversary of Elvis Presley's First Hit

Rebecca Jarvis reveals the stories people have been buzzing about all week.
1:10 | 07/05/14

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Transcript for Instant Index: 60th Anniversary of Elvis Presley's First Hit
Time now for our "Instant index," starting with a notable anniversary in the history of pop music. It was on this day in 1954 that a young truck driver walked into a Memphis studio, recording the song that would ignite a revolution. ? Well that's all right momma ? ? that's all right with you ? It was Elvis Presley, 60 years ago tonight and what many call the birth of rock and roll. Next, another big anniversary. It was exactly 25 years ago when this American TV classic made its debut. Went back to my place, yadda yadda yadda, never heard from him again. No soup for you! Not that there's anything wrong with that. Yadda, yadda, yadda. Some trivia for you. In an early script, George's name was Bennett. Jerry's puffy shirt lives on at the smithsonian. Those that tried for the roles for George and Elaine include Steve Buscemi, Rosie o'donnell and Patricia Heaton. And how many times did jerry say "Hello, Newman?" Well, it was just 15. And the show ran for nine seasons.

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