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The Ed Sullivan Show is an American TV variety show that originally ran on CBS from Sunday June 20, 1948 to Sunday June 6, 1971, and was hosted by New York entertainment columnist Ed Sullivan.

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Happy, Happy Friday! Her comes the latest Edition of "Smokin Tidbits of Classic Hits Entertainmet News...And it's FREE! ITS A BEATLEMANIA WEEKEND The Beatles- Friday, Feb 7 marks the 50th anniversary of The Beatles arrival at John F. Kennedy airport in NY. A special commemorative marker will be unveiled at the airport in honor of this anniversary. The Beatles- Sunday night, Feb. 9, marks the 50th anniversary of The Beatles legendary first appearance on the Ed Sullivan Show. That moment will be celebrated with a special titled , THE BEATLES: THE NIGHT THAT CHANGED AMERICA--A GRAMMY SALUTE TO THE BEATLES. It airs at the same time, 8pm ET, and on the same network, CBS, that aired the original performance. Paul and Ringo will be there, along with Stevie Wonder, Joe Walsh, Jeff Lynne,and others. The Beach Boys Al Jardine is one of the many stars who will perform at a tribute concert called AMERICA CELEBRATES THE BEATLES, in NYC on Sat. night. Stevie Wonder's SONGS IN THE KEY OF LIFE album got a sales boos ...
Today, in the history of Rock and Roll, February 6th: 1939: Elvis Presley's father Vernon is released from Parchment Penitentiary in McComb MS, after serving eight months of a 14-month sentence for check forgery. 1962: Decca Records rejects the Beatles. 1964: Tickets for the first Beatles appearance on CBS' Ed Sullivan Show sell out. 1967: The Byrds issue their fourth studio album, “Younger Than Yesterday.” The set contains a cover of Bob Dylan’s “My Back Pages.” 1970: John Lennon releases “Instant Karma (We All Shine On),” his best Rock song. 1981: Paul McCartney records vocal harmonies for George Harrison's "All Those Years Ago," an oddly upbeat tribute to the recently-murdered John Lennon (the song actually started life as something else entirely). Although they were never all in the studio at the same time, the three remaining Beatles do appear on the song. 1982: Van Halen’s remake of Roy Orbison`s “Oh, Pretty Woman” peaks at becoming the group’s biggest hit to date. In ’64, Or ...
Were YOU watching The Beatles debut on the Ed Sullivan Show in 1964? We were so young but I remember the excitement and the black and white TV broadcast. This week, all week David Letterman will have tributes to the "Fab Four" and Sunday will be the grammy salute. Yes, another slice of generational history...ya ya ya.
As the 50-year anniversary of the Beatles' "Ed Sullivan Show" appearance nears, we ask: Were you watching on Feb. 9, 1964? What was your reaction? How about this one -- were you there in the studio audience?
Susan Knight Toss Up! This week we celebrate the 50 year anniversary of The Beatles on the Ed Sullivan Show! . Red...
I liked a video The Beatles - back in the UK after the Ed Sullivan Show
MT Sting performs "Drive My Car" on TueNite for 50th anniversary of Beatles' first appearance on Ed Sullivan Show!
Repeats of Ed Sullivan Show on TCM. Some great variety acts, a bit of Broadway and Petula too. What's not to love?
Okay friends, Super Bowl is over, so next up its BEATLES WEEK this week! Beatle songs by guests all week on Letterman plus Paul/Ringo live on his show Friday night. All culminating in a 2 hr CBS special Feb 9th Sunday night celebrating actual 50 yr anniv. if their debut in America on the Ed Sullivan Show. Yeah! Yeah! Yeah!
WOW! Thank you so much! We've had an incredible response to the story we did on Dave Walker in our Carolina Camera special that aired Wednesday night!! Dave is 70 years young...a retired financial analyst...lives in Hickory...and was a founding member of the Gary Lewis and the Playboys band in the 1960s! Their first song, "This Diamond Ring", shot to number one on the Billboard charts...and the group had several more top ten hits! The group played on the Ed Sullivan Show and many other shows...toured the country.even met the Beatles! That's Dave in the black and white photo...second from the left...and then with me at his home in Hickory. Dave's current band, The Time Travelers, often plays in the area! Just a terrific fellow...really enjoyed doing that story!!
Access Hollywood aired a piece last night about how The Beatles' appearance on the Ed Sullivan Show changed Music Forever, and interviewed Vince Calandra, who worked at the show at the time and stood in for an ailing George Harrison during the camera rehearsal! A Beatle for a day...John, Paul, Ringo...and Vince! Vince is a special guest at next week's FEST FOR BEATLES FANS.
Wow. Just got back from the Grammys' 50th Anniversary Tribute to the Beatles Concert. It'll be on CBS Feb 9. Saw it with Bill Berry, Richard Goldman and 7000 other very happy people. The show was a mix of live performers doing their "favorite Beatles songs," clips from Sullivan, clips from the four Beatles movies, short bios, and filmed interviews with some of the crew who worked with the Beatles on the Ed Sullivan Show. Several outstanding moments: Annie Lennox singing Fool on the Hill, Dhani Harrison doing harmony vocals on Something, David Grohl and Jeff Lynne doing Hey Bulldog. And then there was a moment that's been due for 46 years. Paul singing Sgt. Pepper's LHCB, segueing into A Little Help From My Friends - with Ringo singing. Ringo was loose, funny, and in great (Ringo) voice. And Paul blasted out a fantastic seven-song set. There were a couple of so-so (or questionable) performances, but the other acts were generally pretty exciting. They were backed up by a great not-a-house-band, featuri ...
Celebrate the 50th anniversary of The Beatles' classic Ed Sullivan Show appearance on February 9, 1964! Enjoy themed food and beverage selections followed by a showing of Laser Beatles in the Charles Hayden Planetarium.
I'm 64 been a fan since the age of 13. I remember when I fist saw them on the Ed Sullivan Show on TV what a night that was. It was me my older sister and mom everyone was screaming but I was screaming the loudest. I fell in love with guy and last night the only reason I watch the Grammys was cause Paul and Ringo were coming on. To me this was like the Ed Sullivan Show first Ringo and was was yelling cause I love this guy.. The llCool said Paul was coming on with a special guest surprise , I was saying well I gyre it's not Ringo cause he just preformed, but maybe it's Shawn and Yoko or George's son or Julian. I was still hoping it was Ringo cause this will be the first ever to play together on TV. Hoping waiting and so here it cones they started to announce who was Paula guest and it was Ringo Star. I went nuts I screamed yelled out all right the Beatles are playing. What a nite I'll never forget. This maybe the only time ever these two great musician will ever play together but I pry I hope not. Congrats ...
~ Historic Happenings In Music ~ January 26th: On this Day... 1934: The Apollo Theatre opens in Harlem, New York City, as a *** vaudeville theatre." 1956: Buddy Holly begins the first of three Decca Records sessions for famed producer Owen Bradley in Nashville. They don't amount to much, however. 1957: Buddy Holly and the Crickets make their second appearance on CBS' Ed Sullivan Show. Before the show Sullivan, who considered Holly's hit "Oh, Boy!" too "raunchy," forbids him from singing it on tonight's show. Holly refuses, causing Sullivan to limit Buddy to one song instead of two, sabotage him with bad lighting and sound, and mispronounce his name. Holly is visibly upset on the stage. 1961, Elvis Presley was at No.1 on the UK singles chart with 'Are You Lonesome Tonight'. The singers sixth UK No.1. The single included a spoken passage loosely based on Shakespeare. 1962: Buffalo, New York Catholic Church Bishop Joseph A. Burke bans the Twist from being heard or danced in any area Catholic school or eve .. ...
With all the attention focused on the 50th anniversary of the Beatles' 1st appearance on the "Ed Sullivan Show," (2/9/1964), there is another important 50th anniversary coming in professional sports. On February 25, 1964, Cassius Clay scored an improbable victory over Sonny Liston in Miami Beach. The next day, Cassius Clay became Muhammad Ali. The sports world was never the same again.
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Albert Pritchard ~ TBU Question of the Day! The Beatles 1964 release, “Beatles For Sale” was supposed to have a completely different cover. What did it look like? Answer (and Photos) Tomorrow Same Beatle Time and Station! Yesterday’s Question: As The Beatles sat in their Paris hotel room in January 1964, they got the news they’d been dreaming of. What was that special news? Answer … I Want To Hold Your Hand had shot to No 1 in the American chart selling 10,000 copies an hour in New York alone. Their first visit to the US in February brought scenes of mayhem like those back home, and their appearance on the Ed Sullivan Show transfixed the nation. The Beatles phenomenon was now international. Returning home from their first US visit where in April they held the top five positions in the singles chart the band got straight to work on their first film, A Hard Days Night. Then it was off Down Under for a tour, using stand-in drummer Jimmy Nicol as Ringo was ill with tonsilitis. Meanwhile, The Beatle ...
*** Bop-A-Lou-Bop the Weekend's here! Your WAKY Week in Rock History features Elvis in the studio in 1957, at in the UK in 1958 and in 1959. The Beatles strike a management deal with Brian Epstein in 1962. The Animals on the Ed Sullivan Show in 1965 while Gerry & the Pacemakers movie "Ferry Cross the Mersey" premieres in Liverpool. Mitch Ryder & the Detroit Wheels appear on Hullabaloo in 1966. A new single from Manfred Mann in 1968. A greatest hits album from Donovan in 1969 and Ringo at in 1974. Hear it all at 6:35 followed by your WAKY Morning Moldy Oldie.
Born on 2day are Jason Mizell aka Jam Master Jay-Benny Hill-Geena Davis-Wolfman Jack-Hakeem Olajuwon-Telly Savalas-Jack Nicklaus-Billy Ocean-Richie Havens-Rick Ross-Baby Spice of the Spice Girls-WWE Diva Maryse-Polish Power Ivan Putski-Golden Boy Arnold Skaaland-Aretha Franklin goes into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1987-Don Mattingly retires in 1997-Michael Jordan scores 51 points over the New York Knicks in 1997-Jackie Wilson on the Ed Sullivan Show in 1962-and on this day Jackie Wilson died after being in a 8 year coma in 1984 and that izit 4-2day!!
Birth: Dec. 17, 1931 Sarnia Lambton County Ontario, Canada Death: Jan. 16, 2014 Jacksonville Duval County Florida, USA Actor, Author. He will be best remembered for his role as Manager/Agent Reuben Kincaid on the 1970s sitcom, "The Partridge Family." Early during his career, he proudly served in the United States Air Force. It was there he dabbled as an entertainer in camp shows, finding he was a hit with the troops. After his service, Madden attended the University of Miami, where he graduated with a degree in communications in 1959. He dove into show business, briefly performing the nightclub circuit. While working a Beverly Hills nightclub he was noticed by Frank Sinatra who recommended the comedian to Ed Sullivan, who signed Madden for three nights on the "Ed Sullivan Show." The appearances would lead to his first acting role on the short lived 1965 television series, "Camp Runamuck." As a character performer, he appeared in numerous television programs during a 50-year career. His many TV credits i . ...
The great Sam Cooke doing it Real BIG back in the Day he grace's the Ed Sullivan Show with his vocals...
February 9th, 2014, it is 50 years since The Beatles performed on the Ed Sullivan Show.
50,000 people applied for 700+ tickets to see the on the Ed Sullivan Show. Half of for one tv show!
Watching the Ed Sullivan show on PBS with the parents. Such great music. I wish there was a show like that today.
fans, CBS is going air a special celebrating the 50th anniversary of the band's Ed Sullivan Show debut Feb 9th tune in!
The Beatles with Ed Sullivan just about to be in his television show - Feb 9th 1964.
REST IN PEACE: Dave Madden, best remembered as manager "Reuben Kincaid" in The Partridge Family, passed away this morning (Thursday, January 16th) at age 82. He was also a regular on Alice as "Earl Hicks" (a regular visitor to Mel's Diner and a beau of Flo's), a recurring performer on Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In, and he played camp counselor "Pruett" on 1965's Camp Runamuck. He did his comedy routine on The Ed Sullivan Show several times, and also appeared on TV in Bewitched, Love American Style, Happy Days, Starsky & Hutch, Mulligan's Stew, Barney Miller, The Love Boat, Fantasy Island, The Misadventures of Sheriff Lobo, The New Leave It To Beaver, Life With Lucy, Herman's Head, The Ben Stiller Show, Married...with Children, Boy Meets World, Sabrina the Teenage Witch, and lots more!
Cheap Thrills has tickets to "In My Life: A Musical Theatre Tribute to The Beatles" on January 25th at 8pm at the Clark Center! In My Life is an award winning, smash hit musical biography of the Beatles and is widely considered by industry insiders to be the most unique Beatles show in decades. More than just a Beatles tribute concert, In My Life gives the audience a chance to “be there” at pivotal moments in the extraordinary career of the Beatles - from Liverpool’s legendary Cavern Club, to the Ed Sullivan Show, Shea Stadium’s 50,000+ screaming fans and their final live performance on the rooftop of their Apple Corp offices. Progressing through their various musical stages, the audience re-experiences the psychedelic era of Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, the creation of the haunting Yesterday and the raucous rock and roll of Revolution. With manager Brian Epstein serving as Narrator, In My Life allows the audience to get a glimpse inside the world of the Beatles from their point of vie ...
September 9th,1956 Elvis' first appearance on the ed sullivan show.
Michael's first ever appearance on national television was on December 14th 1969. Him and his brothers performed on the Ed Sullivan show.
plausible deniability for Spider-Man not being the guy off TV. "Ed Sullivan Show? Me? Nah, that guy didn't have a hyphen."
Seeking people who watched Beatles on "Ed Sullivan Show" on Feb. 9, 1964, for interviews. If interested, email life
Here's birthday girl Sophie Tucker on the Ed Sullivan Show in 1965! She died the following year:.
Funny thing is, The Ed Sullivan Show lost relevance soon after The Beatles were on. Coincidence? No. That noisy music killed the show.
On Feb. 9, 1964, millions tuned into on “The Ed Sullivan Show.” Share your by Jan. 21!
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I feel bad for his dad. He used to be somebody in the entertainment industry + even was on the Ed Sullivan show a few times. Such a nice guy
In pictures: The night The Beatles changed the world on The Ed Sullivan show - 50 years on via
Ever wondered what that stuff was all about? 50 years ago! The Beatles - The Ed Sullivan Show First Apprnce
"I wouldn't have Elvis Presley on my show at any time." Ed Sullivan, early 1956. "And now, here is...
new show...Jay Leno presents...have old bands reunite on your show like Ed Sullivan.
CBS to air Beatles tribute on anniversary of Fab Four's legendary 'Ed Sullivan Show' gig
Apparently AHS season 4 will take place in the 50's, that means it could be 15 episodes about Elvis gyrating on the Ed Sullivan show.
Hey New York! Ed Sullivan, The Beatles and the 50th Anniversary combine for one rockin' show this Saturday the...
In celebration of The Beatles' anniversary of coming to America, The Times is looking for Beatles fans who have special memories and stories of the Fab Four's descent on U.S. soil. Did you see them in New York? Did you watch them on The Ed Sullivan show? Were you at the first American concert in Washington D.C.? Whether you saw them in person or on television, what were your first impressions of this legendary group and why has your love affair with John, Paul, George and Ringo continued through the decades? Contact Eloise Marie Valadez at Eloise.Valadezwith your comments and stories (and phone number if you're willing to be interviewed for an upcoming story). In addition, feel free to comment here!
*** Jagger rolled his eyes singing "Let's spend some TIME together" on Ed Sullivan Show, THIS day, 1967 (Never invited back!) willie b
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Who's up for some What legendary rock group was banned from The Ed Sullivan Show today in 1967?
Feb. 9 is the 50th anniversary of performing on The Ed Sullivan Show and there will be a tv special saluting them
CBS Beatles special for the 50th anniversary of The Ed Sullivan Show; Paul, Ringo & Taylor are performing at the Grammys. I may just die.
We'll commemorate the 50th anniversary of The appearance on The Ed Sullivan Show later this month on TV...
Today in '67 The Rolling Stones had to change the lyrics of "Let's Spend the Night Together" on Ed Sullivan show:
Foto: thateventuality: Scan - looks like the Ed Sullivan Show rehearsals in August 1965
In 1964 The Beatles performed on the Ed Sullivan show. Immerse yourself in a year that changed America, tonight at 8 on
1/15/1967 appear on The Ed Sullivan Show. Times being what they were, they sang "Let's Spend Some Time (not Night) Together"
Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr may reunite for Ed Sullivan Theater performance on "The Late Show"
For the 50th anniversary of the Fab Four on the Ed Sullivan show, CBS has offered a Beatles breakfast. Yes, there are scrambled eggs.
Ed Sullivan announcing that The Rolling Stones would be banned from performing on his show ever again.
Today in TV History:. 1967 - The Rolling Stones performed on TV's "Ed Sullivan Show" and were forced to change...
50th Anniversary Beatles on Ed Sullivan Show to be observed on Letterman via
Television classic, the ED SULLIVAN SHOW with "Topo Gigio" puppet act and the 18 piece Somers Dream Orchestra. Ken Foy as Ed Sullivan and Bruce VanHoven as t...
Pop Quiz! Which of the following events happened in 1964: a) The Beatles performed on the Ed Sullivan show to a record-breaking 73 million television viewers. b) President Johnson signed the landmark Civil Rights Act into law. c) Roald Dahl published his beloved children's book, "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory." d) Cassius Clay joined the Nation of Islam and changed his name to Muhammad Ali. e) College students and other volunteers from across the U.S. participated in Freedom Summer. Answer at noon today!
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Today is Sunday, January 12, 2014 Today in Sports History 1906 - The forward pass was legalized by the football rules committee. 1921 - Kennesaw Mountain Landis became the first commissioner of baseball. 1946 - The Cleveland Rams were granted permission to move to Los Angeles. 1958 - Major league baseball players Stan Musial and Johnny Padres were guests on the "Ed Sullivan Show." 1960 - Dolph Schayes of the Syracuse Nationals became the first pro basketball player in the NBA to score more than 15,000 points in his career. 1966 - Red Auerbach won his 1,000th game as coach of the Boston Celtics. 1993 - It was announced that Mario Lemieux (Pittsburgh Penguins) had Hodgkin's disease. 1999 - Mark McGwire's 70th home run ball was sold at auction in New York for $3 million to an anonymous bidder. 2000 - Charlotte Hornets guard Bobby Phills was killed in a crash during a drag race. 2002 - Brenden Shanahan (Detroit Red Wings) got his 1,000th career point in a 5-2 win over the Dallas Stars. 2004 - Cam Neely's No. ...
The Ed Sullivan Show Good Entertainment Saturday night TV now is not worth watching. I want a Really Big Show !!
- Elvis Presley performed "Hound Dog" on The Ed Sullivan Show on October 28th, 1956. This was Elvis' second appearance on The Ed Sullivan...
Sunday February 9th, 1964 the Beatles play the Ed Sullivan show- a truly historic cultural event whose shock waves are still being felt. Sunday February 9th, 2014 the Bambi Kino will play the five Ed Sullivan songs (and a bunch of other stuff) at The Fest for Beatles Fans at the Grand Hyatt. It will be a night to remember. Though the shock waves will only last 'til Monday or maybe Tuesday.
The Long Players celebrate The Beatles 50th Anniversary of their debut performance on The Ed Sullivan Show. With an array of guest artists, The Long Players will sequentially play all the songs featured in The Beatles' February 1964 television appearances on Sullivan and many more from that era of...
Do you remember the “Beatle Invasion” 50 years ago in February when the band was introduced to American audiences on the “Ed Sullivan Show”? Times staff writer Chris Brock is seeking recollections as to what impact the band had on local people and how the Beatles influenced them. Please contact Chris at cbrockwith any memories/info.
Very excited to be celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the first Fab Four appearance on the infamous Ed Sullivan Show!
Elvis Trivia: How many times was Elvis booked on the Ed Sullivan Show?
'Don't Be Cruel' is probably one of Elvis' biggest hits, and it was his first song to go to on the Billboard Pop, Country and R&B charts! Enjoy this classic clip of Elvis Presley performing the song live on the Ed Sullivan Show back in 1956!
- Elvis Presley performed "Don't Be Cruel" on The Ed Sullivan Show on January 6th, 1957. This was Elvis' third and final appearance on Th...
The Eurythmics will reunite -- thanks to The Beatles. Annie Lennox and Dave Stewart will join John Mayer, Alicia Keys, John Legend and Keith Urban on The Night That Changed America -- A Grammy Salute to The Beatles. The program is to air on CBS on Sunday, February 9th at 8 p.m. ET -- 50 years to the day and time of The Beatles' historic Ed Sullivan Show debut. It will feature these artists (and others still to be announced) performing Beatles songs, along with clips from that landmark broadcast and reflections on the Beatle legacy by other important musical names. - Jesse
On Feb. 9, 1964, an estimated 73 million Americans tuned in to watch The Beatles on "The Ed Sullivan Show."
DAILY HISTORY: January 6th Today in History 1994 Ice skater Nancy Kerrigan is attacked by Tonya Harding's bodyguard 1987 100th U.S. Congress convenes 1987 Astronomers at University of California see 1st sight of birth of a galaxy 1957 Elvis Presley makes his 7th and final appearance on Ed Sullivan Show 1912 New Mexico becomes 47th state
ON THIS DAY IN MUSIC January 6th 1938: Trummy Young played trombone and sang with the Jimmy Lunceford Orchestra in New York City while recording "Margie." 1956: Elvis Presley performed in the gym at Randolph High School, Mississippi; this was the last time he ever appeared in a small auditorium. 1957: Elvis Presley makes his third, final, and most famous appearance on CBS' Ed Sullivan Show. After numerous "Elvis The Pelvis" complaints during his first two appearances, Sullivan decides that Presley is to be filmed from the waist up only. Elvis sings seven numbers: "Hound Dog," "Don't Be Cruel," "Love Me Tender," "Heartbreak Hotel," "Peace in the Valley" (at the request of the network), "Too Much," and "When My Blue Moon Turns to Gold Again." After the performances, Ed Sullivan attempts to fend off controversy yet again by declaring:"I just wanted to say that this is a real decent, fine boy. We want to say that we've never had a pleasanter experience with a big name than we've had with you."1958: Gibso ...
Watch a preview for the music video Conquest (Ed Sullivan Show Live 1969) by Henry Mancini on iTunes.
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The Ed Sullivan Show brought Henson's Muppets to the world and often had some pretty heavy issues to communicate.
Israel Registration Early Bird Deadline is Approaching Fast! Remember - January 15, 1961: Motown Records signs the Supremes January 15, 1967: On the Ed Sullivan Show, the Rolling Stones change the title and lyrics to "Let's Spend the Night Together" to "Let's Spend Some Time Together." January 15, 1974: Happy Days premieres on ABC January 15, 1981: Hill Street Blues premieres on NBC January 15, 2001: Wikipedia, a free Wiki content encyclopedia, goes online January 15, 2014: The Deadline for Early-Bird Registration for ACC-GTM Israel Convention 2014!!! Remember - Only a $500 deposit is necessary to secure your space and your rate. Don't delay ... take advantage of the early-bird rates. Remember - Only participants registered by February 1, 2015 will be considered for concert or T'filah roles!
Just been watching the Ed Sullivan show on SKY.. wow them teeth... Did he used to play Mr Ed when he wasn't busy.. must have wanted to earn a extra buck or tooth... lol
30 minutes of mamas and papas on the ed Sullivan show timeless great group
On Sept. 3, 1964, the Beatles played two concerts at the Indiana State Fair. It was the height of Beatlemania — or at least the first year of the decade of Beatlemania. They’d come the U.S. for the first time in February and appeared on the Ed Sullivan Show.
Elvis came on the Ed Sullivan show and they would not televise him from the waist down because of his hip shaking? do you all remember those days?
Join us tonight for Pub Trivia with Jillian! Here is tonight's BONUS QUESTION: Born on this day in 1928, this musician performed on The Ed Sullivan Show only once after infuriating the host for singing a different song than previously agreed upon. Please do not post the answer in the comments.
My husband's mother, Meribeth Old, on the Ed Sullivan show in 1946.a Chanute girl. :)
Watching Brook Benton on TCM the Ed Sullivan show .Just a matter of Time . Forgot what a wonderful voice he had.
THE PURPOSE OF SENTIMENT.the 1960's, we all danced to the Ed Sullivan Show, LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, THE BEATLES! OH MY...also, as a kid getting off my yellow school bus in Iowa, seeing the daily casualty count of the Viet Nam War, it was so *** us all.it was*. I know when we think of our troops in Afghanistan today and also before anyone home again, or for those who never made it home, we pray for their families in particular, and also those abroad, and we pray for their safety and success in winning the war, AMEN. I have never forgotten, when we went to Europe in 1968, it was a tumultuous time, and in Italy, we were finding ourselves on a street, a street demonstration that said, YANKEE GO HOME ah, yeah...our station wagon was a yellow chevy, that said, IOWA, Daddy knew what to do, he took a side street to avoid the demonstration...it was* the 60's. Well, you haven't lived until you see, the Dean Martin Show, and also Laugh In, which was our favorites, in prime time, on t.v. then, and we watched Dan Ra ...
Jimmy Nelson, Nestle Quick spokesman, star of the Texaco Hour, Ed Sullivan Show.
Good Morning, December 14th is The Day of the Horse ! International Shareware Day, Monkey Day, National Bouillabaisse Day, Christmas Bird Count Week, 1969 - Jackson Five made their 1st appearance on "Ed Sullivan Show" Born on this day, Frances "Aunt Bee" Bovier 19021989, Patty ?Duke~1946, Vanessa Hudgens~1988, And the lovely Noel Abrugiato Bennett, and Friend from back in the Pru Days, Sharon Carney, Hope you gals have a wonderful day !!! Stay safe out there, mixed bag of stuff.
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It’s again the 1950’s. Eisenhower is president, Nixon has a dog named Checkers, Patty Page is on the juke box (which still costs $.05 a song). That new medium of Television gives us the Thursday Night Fights from Sunnyside, Queens, at least one western every night, Uncle Milton Berle on the weekend, Howdy Doody and Buffalo Bob every afternoon and *** Clark (who had not yet had all those facelifts) brings us American Bandstand from Philadelphia. Which Mouseketeer did you have a crush on? And the high light of every week was the greatest variety show ever seen. The show that brought you Senor Wences talking to his hand, beautiful young women spinning plates on sticks and the hottest teen idols to sing. We’re going back there. Yes, it will be the Ed Sullivan Show once again. We promise comedy routines, hit songs from chart topping rock and rollers, some Doo *** and your favorite holiday songs. There will be a mummers play, audience sing along, dancing and assorted silliness. We’ll welcome t ...
Carolyn Griggs Moore has arm-twisted me into telling 10 things not many people know about me. 1. The house I grew up in on the river road in Sharpes, FL, was home to five generations of Pinkertons, counting my brother and me. 2. My dad would drive the family to Cocoa Beach every Sunday, and dinner that night would always be a half-quart of ice cream each, eaten while watching the Ed Sullivan Show. 3. Clair Nesbit's dad loaned us a horse for a week when I was 13 and horse-crazy, and it swiped me off against an orange tree. Someone found me with my foot in one stirrup and the rest of me on the ground, knocked out. I felt like Dale Evans. 4. My mother wing-walked once on an airplane for fun. 5. My father flew a plane under the Hubert Humphrey Bridge. 6. My Senior Prom date, Bob Busk, and I got married 28 years later. 7. I got into real trouble my first year away at college because Darla Beverage and I figured out a way to make free phone calls to each other. I would find a pay phone and send Darla a postca . ...
Nov. 18 -- Today I am very thankful that my generation (now mostly grandparents) grew up watching some of the following TV shows, that it when we finally got TV's!!! Lucy and Desi, Abbott and Costello, Ozzie and Harriet, Red Skelton, Lassie, Jackie Gleason, Captain Kangaroo, Jack Benny, Show of Shows (Imogene Coca and Sid Ceasar), Our Miss Brooks, Danny Thomas, This is Your Life, Dinah Shore, Arthur Godfrey, Leave it to Beaver, Mickey Mouse Club, Carol Burnett, Dean Martin, Andy Williams, Dinah Shore, Spin and Marty, the Ed Sullivan Show, Davy Crockett, Lone Ranger, Sky King, Gene Autry, and, my personal favorite, American Bandstand!!! These and many others kept our childhoods full of laughter and fun. We were not faced with sex and violence everyday of our formative years -- we were very lucky in my opinion. Sure wish it was the same for our grandchildren!
"New Planet" Radio 89-FM...G November 18th: On this Day 1956, Fats Domino appeared on the US TV Ed Sullivan Show performing 'Blueberry Hill.' Before the song became a rock and roll standard it had been recorded by various artists including Louis Armstrong, The Glenn Miller Orchestra, Gene Autry and Jimmy Dorsey. The version by Fats Domino was ranked No.82 in Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 500 Greatest Songs of All Time. more 1963, The Beatles received silver LP discs for 'Please Please Me' and 'With the Beatles' at a ceremony held at EMI House in London. They also received a silver EP for 'Twist and Shout' and a silver single for 'She Loves You'. The band then attend a cocktail party and a formal lunch in the EMI boardroom with company executives and invited guests. 1965, Manfred Mann, The Yardbirds and Paul and Barry Ryan all appeared at the ABC Cinema, Stockton, Cleveland, North East England. 1971, Memphis blues singer and musician Herman 'Junior' Parker died aged 39 during surgery for a brain tum ...
To keep their seats in Congress regarding OBAMACARE Dems distract voters by spinning more plates then that guy from the Ed Sullivan Show!
Why doesn't CBS just re-broadcast the Ed Sullivan Show for the 50th Anniversary?
1. Born 8th January 1935. 2. Parents; Gladys & Vernon. 3. Brother; Jessie Garon (identical twin, still born). 4. Born in Tupelo, Mississippi. 5. Capricorn, Blue eyes, size 11D shoes. 6. He was a truck driver when he 1st recorded with Sam Phillips @ Sun Records. 7. His 1st recording was Thats Alright Mama. 8. He said 'Gospel Music was the purest thing thre is on Earth.' 9. On his 3rd & final preformance on the Ed Sullivan Show he was filmed from the waist up (as apparently he used provocative moves). 10. John Lennon said 'Elvis died the day he joined the Army.' 11. After Sun Records he signed for RCA. 12. His '73 Aloha From Hawaii Concert was th 1st TV preformance by a single artist broadcast via satellite. 13. Hound Dog/Dont Be Cruel double-sided record was broke by End Of The Road by Boyz II Men. 14. Love Me Tender was his 1st of 31 films. 15. His last concert was preformed in Indianapolis. 16. His biggest selling single was Dont Be Cruel. 17. His biggest selling movie was Blue Hawaii. 18. Jis last top . ...
'I Want to Hold Your Hand' Turns 50: Let's Celebrate the Birth of Beatlemania By Chris Willman 12 hours ago Stop The Presses! Tune in Monday, October 14 at 6 p.m. PT/9 p.m. ET to see Paul McCartney's Frank Sinatra School of the Arts concert stream EXCLUSIVELY on Yahoo View gallery . photo: CBS Photo Archive/Getty Images It was 50 years ago today next week that the Beatles showed the world they could play. And change pop culture forever. "I Want to Hold Your Hand" was written on October 16, 1963, and recorded the next day. Within two months, it would be firmly entrenched at No. 1 in Britain and starting to get a little radio play across the pond. It was not much more than three months later that it reached the top of the pops in America ... paving the way for an "Ed Sullivan Show" appearance that still stands as just about the greatest example of "appointment viewing" in TV history. Here is the story behind the seminal song. Things were not so hysterical when John Lennon and Paul McCartney sat down togethe ...
Emmys Update Bobby Cannavale wins a much deserved Emmy for his portrayal of mucho psychotic 1920s bootlegger Gyp Rosetti on "Boardwalk Empire" ... Jeff Daniels upsets Bryan Cranston, Damian Lewis and Kevin Spacey for the best actor in a drama Emmy for "The Newsroom" (which will replace his AARP award on the mantle) ... Don Cheadle gives an informative flashback to the 1963-64 TV season and the two events that shaped it -- the Kennedy assassination and the Beatles' appearance on the Ed Sullivan Show, which is capped off with Carrie Underwood's rendition of "Yesterday" (which was nice, but Cheadle's narration and the archival footage did it for me).
Lol Fidel Castro was even on the Ed Sullivan Show
September 20th History Tidbit: 1946 With its scheduled 1939 premier delayed due to World War II, the first Cannes Film Festival was held...1946 The first movie previews ever aired were broadcast when WNBT TV in New York showed scenes from “The Jolson Story.”...1953 “Letter to Loretta,” precursor to “The Loretta Young Show,” premiered on TV...1963 A joined U.S.-Soviet expedition to the moon was proposed by President John F. Kennedy in a speech to the United Nations General Assembly... 1964 The second of four Beatles appearances on the “Ed Sullivan Show,” which occurred one week after their February 9 record-breaking debut on the show, was re-broadcast...1973 Musician Jim Croce was killed in a plane crash on his way to Sherman, Texas, for a concert. Five others were also killed...1977 Under a new U.S. resettlement program, the first “boat people” arrived in San Francisco from Southeast Asia...1982 President Ronald Reagan announced that peacekeeping troops were being sent back to Beirut . ...
What a disappointment. The Tom Sullivan Show is nothing like the Ed Sullivan Show.
Although if the Ed Sullivan Show were still on, with a virtual Ed running things, I'd probably watch that. Sunday night at 8.
Two amazing artists: Maria Callas and George London in on the Ed Sullivan show.
That Motley Crue changed a song title from "Shout With The Devil" to "Shout At The Devil" is adorable, like an Ed Sullivan Show lyric edit
Did that clip of the Sound of Music nuns from the Ed Sullivan Show (I think) get taken off YouTube? I really want to watch it.
. Kermit was on the Ed Sullivan Show in 1965, where were you?
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The Beatles-Twist and Shout (Ed Sullivan Show) - I would be a fan girl over these dudes. via
The jumpers were emergency outfits for Ed Sullivan show then they stuck with them! Saw them live - unforgettable.
well, live on TV when I was 5 on the Ed Sullivan Show '63. Live live in Las Vegas around '93 or so-LOVED BOTH inbetwn&since !
..to Carnegie Hall for 2 shows.Three days before Carnegie Hall, they played the Ed Sullivan Show. Sid made his money back. He was 95.
"Close your eyes and and i'll kiss you" The Beatles - All My Loving (The Ed Sullivan Show): vía
More than 73 million people tuned in to the Beatles on the Ed Sullivan Show, making it the highest viewed broadcast at the time.
awe no :( he helped put them on the map and got them on the Ed Sullivan show, which was a big deal
Did I win ! I have been fans since I saw you and Ann on the Ed Sullivan Show ! OMG !
Photo: dreaming-musician: George Harrison very famously played his Country Gentleman on the Ed Sullivan show...
it was the Ed Sullivan Show they made their first TV appearance on, however it was at the Carnegie Hall Bernstein booked their 1st show
Nah. Good thoughts- like on my run today? Thought about the day we watched clips of Elvis on the Ed Sullivan Show ^_^
From The Ed Sullivan show... can't believe this is from 1964
Set de fotos: George Harrison playing the solo for "till there was you" on the ed sullivan show, 1964. ♥
; I saw Elvis live in his TV debut on the Ed Sullivan show in 1954. His body gyrations were hyper-sexy but his voice was A+
. Elvis flew Cliff to the Ed Sullivan Show because Cliff was obviously the slick drug dealing swindler!
I liked a video from Richard Pryor "Being Cool" on The Ed Sullivan Show
...and now we're watching the Ed Sullivan Show on Hulu Plus
The gown The Supremes were supposed to wear during their performance on The Ed Sullivan Show in 1967!…
Nostalgia - "Where were you when The Beatles first appeared on the Ed Sullivan Show?" - by
I was born in 1962, so I'm gonna say my 'era' was the Formation years - aka pre-Motown. But, I did see the Ed Sullivan show...
83 Days between the assassination of JFK & the Beatles on the Ed Sullivan show. 83 Days the movie.
Take a break and spend some time in 1964, with The Beatles, two days after their historic Ed Sullivan Show...
Just went through airport security, waiting for departure, reflecting on the day everything changed: 2/9/64 - Beatles. Ed Sullivan Show.
Hehe creeping down stairs to watch Ed Sullivan show dvds(:
Watching The Ed Sullivan Show with my mama! Feels so good to be home! :)
RICHARD BURTON and JULIE ANDREWS - CAMELOT. From their appearance on the Ed Sullivan show. . CAN YOU IMAGINE a...
When The Twist came out, parents where in a uproar. Cant swivel your hips. Elvis Presley was cut off waist down on the Ed Sullivan Show.
Good as going to church, maybe better. Elvis Presley - Peace in the Valley [Ed Sullivan Show Live 1956]: via
No Nichole,the Ed Sullivan Show is best television show ever. And E.R. will always be Better than grays. Anatomy.
I just want to watch the Ed Sullivan Show, Bob Hope, and all the stuff before color tv.
I favorited a video from Manfred Mann - Do Wah Diddy Diddy (Ed Sullivan Show)
Fictional BJ and the Affordables perform on ‘The Ed Sullivan Show’ 50 years ago this...
I have never been able to pronounce "The Ed Sullivan Show." I always stumble and say "The Ed Sullivision Show."
I liked a video from Joan Rivers on "The Ed Sullivan Show"
Those who say, "Oh, I've got too much on my plate..." apparently have never watched The Ed Sullivan Show!...
The Doors Live The Ed Sullivan Show 1967 here's another I dedicate to us! Cuz we are
You have left the No Spin Zone. More spin there than the guy with the plates on the Ed Sullivan show.
I am definitely an AGT addict, I love the variety and unexpected. Best thing since the Ed Sullivan Show
There performance on the Ed Sullivan show was a highlight of that TV era.
No entries for my Simpsons quiz. Think this is like being on the other channel when the Beatles played the Ed Sullivan show
Apparently, the Beatles would've played here the day after their 1st appearance on the Ed Sullivan Show..
I remember them on the Ed Sullivan show?
The Beatles This Boy Live on the Ed Sullivan Show: vía
me dancing is a comedy routine worthy of the ed Sullivan show.
Almost forgot. here's the original drum set Ringo played when the Beatles appeared on the Ed Sullivan Show.
Classic footage of James Brown on the Ed Sullivan Show!
In the 1950s the Ed Sullivan show and Disneyland were the tv shows to watch on Sunday evenings
Rock Music History: 1967 The Rolling Stones forced to change lyrics of *Lets Spend The Night Together* for the Ed Sullivan Show.
Sly & The Family Stone — Dance to the music: December 1968 Ed Sullivan Show: sounds which welcomed me to human life
The Jackson 5's appearance on the Ed Sullivan Show, on December 14, 1969, also set off worldwide stardom for them.
It was Elvis' appearance on the Ed Sullivan show, on September 9, 1956, which cemented Elvis' stardom.
Aaron is to America what The Beatles were to Liverpool, and Appalachian Spring is his Ed Sullivan Show
AMERICA'S 100 BEST MOVIE SOUNDTRACKS 1. A Hard Day's Night (1964) - The Beatles It was the G7sus4 heard 'round the world. You may not recognize that chord by name, but you'd instantly know it as the ringing opening salvo of ''A Hard Day's Night,'' the soundtrack that turned a nation into a glee club. In 1964, the Beatles had already taken over our radios and TV sets when they decided to commandeer our movie palaces, too. The resulting film was an exhilarating fusion of the backstage musical and postmodern absurdism. To re-create the hysteria that had greeted their ''Ed Sullivan Show'' appearances, the Fabs had to come up with tunes that would out- pleasure ''Please Please Me.'' And they delivered, the film's seven classics ranging from the plaintive ''And I Love Her'' to the ecstatic ''Can't Buy Me Love.'' The music stands on its own, yet is forever tied in our imaginations to the film -- a blitzkrieg of black-and- white imagery that changed the way we see the world. We can't think of a better definition ...
Love, Magic and the Quest for a New Suit The green room of The Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson was stocked with enough liquor for a large party, but it was midafternoon and the members of The 88 don’t drink anyway. Running on three hours of sleep, the local power-pop quintet had driven straight from San Francisco to West Hollywood, and all they wanted to do was dig into the food and let the nerves run their course. In 2004 they played on Jimmy Kimmel Live, but they weren’t exactly TV veterans. At the talent booker’s request, they would be performing “All ’Cause of You,” a swooning love song and live-show favorite from their second album, Over and Over. It wasn’t the rollicking single “Hide Another Mistake,” which appeared on Grey’s Anatomy the night before, “but we play this one better, anyway,” said singer-guitarist Keith Slettedahl. Slettedahl, The 88’s primary songwriter, has a truly great rock voice: capable of bending from a Marc Bolan warble to a Jeff Buckley wail (altho ...
Today I made chocolate chip cookies and started a pot roast for dinner. Tonight I am going to watch the "Ed Sullivan Show" and write a letter to President Eisenhower.
The appearance of the Beatles on the Ed Sullivan show is said to have sparked the creation of countless bands. It was screaming girls.
"The only thing that's different is the hair, as far as I can see. I give them a year." -Ray Block, Musical director of the Ed Sullivan show This was said when A Hard Day's Night came out.wow he must've felt like an *** lol
We are excited to be vending at this years born free bike show in oak canyon ranch California. Please drop by and see us. We are next to the vans bus and giant shoe!!!
( News Flash ) Saturday June 29th it's The 6th Annual Pig Out In The Park starts at 11am with Jess Taylor, 12 - 2 Steve Minotti Band, 2 - 4 Andrew Morris Band, and 4 - 6 Uproot Hootenanny also we will be broadcasting Live from Sullivan Park in Deerfield Beach so if you can't make it to the show you can always be apart of the great time just tune in on www.musicianstream.com
How old were you when you realized that you were an Elvis fan and what was that defining moment when it click. What was the song or movie?
So Jay-Z got permission to perform on the roof of the Ed Sullivan Theater marquee on the “Late Show with David Letterman," July 8th.
My first morning of retirement and it feels GREAT! Yesterday was one of the best days of my 62 years. The respect and love I felt from my friends and co-workers was unbelievable. Now it's on to parts unknown in the world of my next adventures.
An Appeal To The Supremes On June 26, 2013 , the Justices of the Supreme Court in Washington, DC came together and made history. I want to dance in celebration, however, the music is missing. It is time for all The Supremes to come together and make history, especially the ones from Detroit. Dear Diana, Mary and Cindy: In 1970, the three of you broke up. I thought it forever ended my chances of seeing you perform live. Well, never say "forever". In fact, my forever came today. In 1975, Lorne Michaels (with whom I share a birthday, but that's not important now) offered The Beatles $3000 to reunite on Saturday Night Live. I would like to make you, The Supremes, a similar offer. I will bake each of you one free cheesecake a month for two years if you will reunite for a performance. Think of it... 72 cheesecakes. You should have won that many Grammy Awards. Stop! In The Name Of Love...there's cheesecake. I Hear A Symphony? I see a cheesecake. Love Child? I will bake you a legitimate cheesecake. Up The Ladder ...
Watch the rare, vintage performance of Elvis Presley singing Peace in the Valley, a gospel song. It'll WOW you.
The question of the day...Leno ... or ..Letterman?
Ringo during rehearsals for The Beatles' debut on the Ed Sullivan Show
Does anyone remember the little mouse puppet Topo Gigio from the Ed Sullivan show? He was sooo cute!
My ninth grade girl students in India are obsessed with a boy band called One Direction. I've never heard of them before. They are all writing about it in their journals and seem to freely state that "they were made on 23 July on the XFactor." They know they were manufactured and yet the teeny bopperness persists.
I DON'T TELL MY AGE (but many folks already know it)! They are the same age~~~ Darn ,, I'm older than dirt !! Someone asked the other day,, 'What was your favorite fast food when you were growing up?' 'We didn't have fast food when I was growing up ?? ,'I informed him ,,. 'All the food was slow.' 'C'mon, seriously. Where did you eat?' 'It was a place called 'at home,' I explained. ! 'Mom cooked every day and when Dad got home from work, we sat down together at the dining room table,& if I didn't like what she put on my plate, I was allowed to sit there until I did like it.' By this time, the kid was laughing so hard I was afraid he was going to suffer serious internal damage, so I didn't tell him the part about how I had to have permission to leave the table. Here are some other things I would have told him about my childhood if I figured his system could have handled it : Some parents NEVER owned their own house, wore Levis , set foot on a golf course, traveled out of the country or had a credit card. My ...
If we can't have The Ed Sullivan show anymore then at least we've got America's Got Talent. I love this show !!
I loved him. I miss shows like wonderful world of color or wonderful world of Disney. When he talked at the beginning of the show, you listened. I have all the old Disney movies run appaloosa run, the horse with the flying tail, Tonka, little dog lost, the original incredible journey, a tiger walks, Sammy the way out seal, old yeller, savage sam, the living desert I could go on but it would take forever. Loved the man!
Jay-Z is planning a surprise concert atop the marquee of the Ed Sullivan Theater next month that will turn rush-hour Times Square into a gigantic street party, sources told The Post yesterday. The rapper is close to obtaining the necessary approvals for a July 8 "Late Show With David Letterman" performance, the sources said.
The boys of the band in 1967 playing the famous Ed Sullivan Show.
If being the Beatles was as easy as playing their Rock Band game, I'd be on the Ed Sullivan show next week!
oy..another Thursday night..another NOLA show I can't get to..Stooges at Sullivan Hall..still have 4 pts here, not to mention paperwork- PEOPLE!! Please stop booking these Monday and Thursday night gigs!! Thank you
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How many y'all FB dinosaurs remember Moms Mabley?
Imagine Robin Thicke and T.I. accidentally going back in time and playing on the Ed Sullivan show.
And the guest star on the very first show was...? (no cheating by looking it up, either)
**In the Comments Below.. What Song Was it that you heard that made you want to become a musician?
SCOTTY McKAY Born Max K. Lipscomb, 1937, Dallas, Texas Died 17 March 1991 Max Lipscomb is probably better remembered for the three months or so that he was a member of Gene Vincent's Blue Caps than for his own solo career as Scotty McKay. By 1957, changes in the personnel of the Blue Caps had become common- place. Lipscomb was recruited by Ed McLemore's Artists Service Bureau in Dallas, probably around September 1957. (McLemore was Gene Vincent's first professional manager.) Max began his life as a Blue Cap as a backing singer, but was soon moved to rhythm guitar and he ended up playing piano (the first time a piano was used on a Blue Caps session) at the December 1957 sessions. Fifteen tracks were recorded then, most of them finding their way on to Gene's third LP, "Gene Vincent Rocks and the Blue Caps Roll", released in March 1958. Lipscomb also appeared with Gene and the Blue Caps on the Ed Sullivan Show on November 17, 1957. Soon after the December sessions, Max Lipscomb, Paul Peek and Tommy Facenda l ...
Amazing - I checked and it's true. Over 73m people watched it in the US!
You know you grew up in the 60's if: You can sing the theme to "Gilligan's Island." You ever wore a corduroy jumper with fishnet tights. You were a member of the Beatle's fan club. You owned at least 20 Little Kiddle's You ever told someone to "look it up in their Funk and Wagnalls". You watched Captain Kangaroo. You'd invade the kitchen for some "Shake-a-Puddin" with a Lick-a-Maid chaser. Red Hots, Hot Tamales. Otter-Pops. You put playing cards in the spokes of your bike because it sounded cool. You had a pixie haircut You got up early on Saturday mornings to watch The Flintstones. You drove your parents nuts singing all the songs from Mary Poppins. You'd go to the dime store for taffy sheets, wax lips, candy cigarettes (and pretend to smoke them), Fire Sticks, Green Apple Sticks, Razzles, Sweet-Tarts and Chik-o-stiks. You ever watched the Ed Sullivan Show with your parents. You had "groovy" Tie dye shirts. You ripped up your bell bottoms and sewed patches all over them You thought the Monkees were a rea ...
The Ed Sullivan Show. February 9th, 1964. The day America met the Beatles and from that moment, was forever under…
Every week, there was a new group on "The Ed Sullivan Show" - it was so exciting & there was "Shindig", "Hullabaloo", et al.
I've had this experience when, 43 years ago, I presented our newly born son to my (then) husband coming back from Viet Nam. These are moments one never forgets, for the entire life. Was touched by this picture...
John Lennon and the boys arrive at CBS Studios to rehearse for their appearance on The Ed Sullivan Show 1964...
"Cute" brief vid w/ a mix-up. Steve Spurrier on The Ed Sullivan Show in 1966: via
I added a video to a playlist THE MAMAS AND THE PAPAS "California Dreaming" on The Ed Sullivan Show
Morecambe and wise had to drop a joke about ventriloquist on ed Sullivan show because he feared religious groupsthought It a pun on mastabat
Andy Griffith Football Story Andy Griffith tells his Football Story from 1953 called “What It Was Was Football”. This is the comic monologue that helped to launched Andy’s career as it got him on the Ed Sullivan Show. He describes the football game as something “where you try to run across a cow pas...
Ed Sullivan: "… this city never has witnessed the excitement stirred by these youngsters from Liverpool who call themselves The Beatles. Now tonight, you're gonna twice be entertained by them. Right now, and again in the second half of our show. Ladies and gentlemen, The Beatles! Let's bring them on."
June 20, 1948: "The Toast of the Town" appeared on television for the first time. Later it was called the Ed Sullivan Show.
The artwork for the new Avenged Sevenfold is so ugly I thought it was fake.
REPORT: We got word last night that Jay-Z will be playing a secret show in NYC outside the Ed Sullivan Theater. Details will be revealed to the general public in the coming days (www.JProtege.com)
Of course, I loved my Mom and my Dad so very much. They both were the best parents ever. They were very loving and so much fun. We did a lot a family things together. Sunday nights were my favorites. My Mom made her " famous Welsh Rarebitt" over toast points with the crust cut off. She made her wonderful home made cream of tomato soup served in a cup and we got to get the greatest hot chocolate with a scoop of vanilla ice cream floating in it. And with that to boot, we all got to eat in the Family Room together watching the famous TV Show "LASSIE" and then the "ED SULLIVAN SHOW". And in between my Mom used to play the Ukelele and sing to us while my Dad chimed in some Whisseling the tunes. Ha! And my Dad bulit us like a Tri-level Tree house with little benches and little individual tables that we could eat on or play on in the famous "TREE HOUSE" with the ever important "STAIR---LADDER. It was awesome! It was so much fun at our house and with our family. How could you not love a family like th ...
Who wrote these boots are made for walking? I need the record
THIS MONTH IN HISTORY; JUNE:. 1971: "The Ed Sullivan Show" airs for the last time 23 years after its debut. Gladys Knight and The Pips are guests.
Ever been the youngest person in a karaoke bar... Ya me neither... Until tonight :/
Being in a band is the coolest job on the planet. The Beatles star in the musical comedy Help!
This Sunday night, the 2013 Stanley Cup Champion Chicago Blackhawks will be on the The Ed Sullivan Show! "Ladies and gentlemen, we have a really big SHOOOEEE for you tonight...Ladies and gentle-men, the CHICAGO BLACKHAWKS!" Hee, hee! :P P.s.: The Blackhawks will be bigger than The Beatles. LOL???
Somehow it just feels right to be watching MythBusters on a Wednesday night. Does anyone else associate particular shows with a particular night of the week? I can't be the only one who remembers gathering with the family in front of the TV on Sunday nights to watch Ed Sullivan.
Why is there sex and nudity in video games? That's just doing WAY too much. I'll just stick with Super Mario Bros.
So over all of these reality shows! John Nicholson and I want the variety shows to come back, as in Red Skelton, Ed Sullivan, Carol Burnett, Sonny and Cher, Laugh-in and Hee Haw. *** Ed Sullivan had the Beatles live, The Zombies live, Bob Dylan live, even Jim Morrison and the Doors on live, who can beat that. Hollywood doesn't understand what the public wants anymore, they just want to pay cheap for so called "entertainment"/ Kasey Sue Martin I need my kindle back, can't stand this television anymore! end of rant thanks and goodnight
who can remember these guys on the ED SULLIVAN SHOW.
"Toast of the Town" Martin and Lewis were among the guests on Ed Sullivan’s first network television show. Jerry and Ed went on to become great friends. Jerry performed on Ed’s show many times over the years, and even talked Ed into portraying an over exaggerated version of himself in Jerry’s film "The Patsy" (1964). Credits: [TV series] 1948-1955. Notable Guest Appearances: Fred Astaire as himself (2/14/54), Hedy Lamarr as herself (9/17/50), Jerry Lewis as himself (6/20/1948), Dean Martin as himself (6/20/1948), and Jane Powell as herself (2/14/54).
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Vanilla Fudge's version of "You Keep Me Hangin' On" from the Ed Sullivan show is still one of the funniest things I've ever seen.
I remember listening to rock and roll as a young kid. Of course my parents would say how can you listen that crap? At least our music (frank sinatra, Dean Martin and such) you can understand the words. Well I turned my XM radio to the Seriously Sinatra channel and it takes me back to the days as a very young kid and watching all those stars on a black and white tv (5 channels) and my dad using me as a remote and how smart I thought was when learned how turn that little knob on the channel knob to make the picture clearer. And yes mom and dad, I do like being able understand all the words.
OK, who went to see the Beatles when they came to the Civic Center in 1964. And.in this photo you will see Mt. St Joe's radio and TV personality,Frank Luber,(discussed in another thread) standing in the background. Did you scream? Cry? Pas out?
Following in the footsteps of Paul McCartney and Phish, Jay-Z is seeking approval to perform atop the famous Ed Sullivan Theater in New York City.
Its been a little fun ongoing joke with pics of my feet. I was doing it and people were in on the joke, but somebody out there, somebody reading this reported to FB that I was posting inappropriate pics, Its my freekin feet for gods sake, so who ever the silly worm is that did that, hope your day is better and somebody hugs you and gives you some good love, you need to feel that.Support Dashboard You'll find the status of your reports and inquiries listed below. We'll let you know if we need any information from you or when we've made a decision. Waiting for Your Response 1
Jayz tryna do a free show in NYC atop the Ed Sullivan theatre? Permits have been applied for
49 years ago! I know exactly where I was when I first heard it...
Wondering where Lord Stanley is right now? The Cup, along with the Conn Smythe Trophy are with Patrick Kane in the Ed Sullivan Theater taping tonight's episode of The Late Show with David Letterman, where Kaner will be a guest!! Yes, that's right, Kaner and the Cup have gone from being in Boston to Chicago back to Manhattan in a 42 hour span. Presumably, Stanley could be back in the Loop for another pub crawl tonight, we'll keep you posted!
Ed Sullivan examines Paul's bass guitar on the set of the Ed Sullivan Show - 1964
Great video clip of Paul McCartney watching the Beatles performance on the Ed Sullivan Show. click the link to watch.
President Obama and Attorney General Holder say they are deeply disappointed that the Supreme Court gutted the Voting Rights Act.
Great moments is music history: The Beatles perform on The Ed Sullivan Show, Hendrix sets his guitar on fire at the Monterey Pop Festival, the iconic dialogue break in Britney Spears' 2000 hit "Oops I Did It Again". . .
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No more Voting Rights Act. On a happier note, The Beatles will be on the Ed Sullivan Show this Sunday because apparently it's 1963.
Little Michael was soo cute..watching Ed Sullivan show.
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vh1 soul showing the Jackson 5's first performance on the Ed Sullivan show! i'm jammin so *** hard!
Today is Global Beatles Day. The Beatles on Ed Sullivan–What does it mean for your business? By
Video of the day. Buddy Holly performs Peggy Sue live on the Ed Sullivan show.
The Southern Chronicles: Big Rebel Question - Is Holmes Ready? In the Rebel Yell front office, concern over the readiness of tailback Priest Holmes is a painful and ongoing vigil. Not since the Bo Jackson injury, or maybe even since Elvis Presley first appeared on the prime time stage of the Ed Sullivan Show, gyrating his pelvis in a suggestive manner that caused network censors to squirm uneasily, has a hip been so meticulously monitored. And little wonder. Holmes is hardly a one-man offense but, given his performance over a two-season stretch in which he was the NFL's premier all-around back, he certainly is the linchpin of one of its most explosive attacks. Since being plucked from the free agent bargain basement on Draft Day '01, the onetime EFFL afterthought has registered 4,456 combined yards from scrimmage, scored 34 touchdowns and earned a pair of Pro Bowl selections. Fueling the angst surrounding Holmes, who missed the final two outings of the season and subsequently underwent surgery on his rig ...
Does anyone else remember the Ed Sullivan Show when Jim Morrison wasn't supposed to sing higher but he did anyway. Man way to go Jim, R.I.P.
Born on this day in 1924, Chet Atkins, guitarist. Recorded over 100 albums during his career, major influence on George Harrison and Mark Knopfler. Atkins died on June 30 2001, at the age of 77.   In 1948, Toast Of The Town, which would later be called the Ed Sullivan Show, premiered on CBS-TV. The first telecast was produced on a meager budget of $1,375. Only $375 was allocated for talent and $200 of that was shared by the young stars of that night's program, Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis.   In 1956, Elvis Presley guested on Wink Martindale's Memphis TV show to promote a benefit concert.   In 1959, the management of the Lido Club in Paris called Elvis Presley's hotel and demanded that the club's entire female chorus line be returned in time for that night's show. Elvis and his entourage were staying in Paris during his furlough from the U.S. Army while he was stationed in Germany.   In 1960, 17-year-old Annette Funicello entered the Billboard Pop chart with the Paul Anka penned "Train of Lo ...
On June 20 in history, British POWs are placed in the "Black Hole of Calcutta" (1756) by the Nawab of Bengal, the first steam-propelled vessel to cross the Atlantic arrives in England (1819), Victoria becomes Queen of the United Kingdom (1837), Samuel Morse gets a patent for the telegraph (1840), West Virginia becomes a state (1863), Lizzie Borden is acquitted of murdering her parents (1893), the "Great Marianas Turkey Shoot" ends (1944), the Ed Sullivan Show (Toast of the Town) debuts on television (1948), and an 18-1/2 minute gap appears in a Nixon White House tape recording discussing the recent arrest of the Watergate burglars (1972). It's the birthday of composer Jacques Offenbach, playwright Lillian Hellman, folk musician Jimmy Driftwood, swashbuckler Errol Flynn, country gentleman Chet Atkins, Medal of Honor actor Audie Murphy, saxophonist Eric Dolphy, Mission: Impossible disguise artist Martin Landau, French right-winger Jean-Marie Le Pen, moonstruck Olivia Dukakis, actor Danny Aiello, football pl ...
Excerpt from 'Thanks for the memories' by Brice Taylor - "Michael Jackson was just a little boy of four or five when I accompanied Bob Hope to a place where they were filming up-and- coming talent for television. Bob told me he supported and sponsored the Jacksons, getting them a professional foot in the door. Their father brought the boys in and I remembered seeing them taken into a side room where bright lights were on. They all had to drop their pants and before their performance a big man raped each one of them in a lineup. Then they were taken to a different room and dressed in little suits and sent onto the stage to perform. Due to the mind control I was under, I'm not sure exactly where we were, but feel that it was the early days of the Ed Sullivan Show. I watched as Bob, dressed in a grey pinstripe suit and bow tie, with white shoes, shook hands with Ed; and then the Jackson boys went on. They were made into a sensation and famous, on purpose, so that they could be used in the future to influence ...
This Day in Rock 'n Roll History 1959: Sam Cooke insists on racially integrated seating for tonight's dual-headlining show with Jackie Wilson in Norfolk, VA. 1961: Frankie Avalon begins a 12-day tour of South America, one of the first rock tours to play on the continent. 1962: Brenda Lee dislocates her neck while performing at the Latin Casino in Cherry Hill, NJ, and is hospitalized; one year later to the day, the teen idol finally graduates from the showbiz-friendly high school Hollywood Professional. 1965: Sonny and Cher make their US television debut, singing "Just You" on ABC-TV's American Bandstand. 1966: The Dave Clark Five break a record by becoming the first rock band to make 12 appearances on CBS-TV's Ed Sullivan Show. 1968: Elvis Presley's 27th film, Speedway, starring Nancy Sinatra, premieres in Charlotte, NC.
Review by Derrick Kirkman The Legend: On the off-chance that some reader somewhere doesn't already know, Levon Helm was the drummer for The Band. He was a headliner at Woodstock. He appeared on the Ed Sullivan Show and the cover of Time magazine. He stars in what is usually considered the best conce...
Rainy this morning in WW, but things look good for the Alumni Activities beginning tomorrow night with the street dance. Hope everyone can attend. Don't forget the banquet on Sat. evening at 6! Today is D-Day, 1944. Also today in 1933 the first drive-in movie opened, in 1949 George Orwell's 1984 was published, and in 1971 the last Ed Sullivan Show aired. June is National Camping Month, National Candy Month, and National Fruit & Veggies Month. Today also begins Superman Days and the Great American Brass Band Week. Have a great one.
June 5 1952 George Smith dies of a brain hemorrhage. 1963 'Please Please Me' LP, 11th week in the Top 10 (UK New Musical Express chart). Concert at the Odeon, Leeds (3rd British tour). 1964 During their arrival in Amsterdam, fans throw themselves to a channel trying to get near ther Beatles. Evening: Concert in Amsterdam, on a live TV show. Recording for Dutch television (Vara TV), at the Cafe-Restaurant Treslong, Hillegom, Holland. Recorded live by AVRO radio, Hilversum. [4 June?] In both events, Jimmy Nicol on drums. Single UK release: 'Like Dreamers Do', with The Applejacks. Radio KFWB of Los Angeles releases the single 'KFWB Beatles'/'You Can't Do That', with interviwes to the Beatles. Billy J. Kramer with the Dakotas, Brian and Tony Barrow fly from London Airport to the US. 1966 Interview for the Ed Sullivan Show. Broadcast on the Ed Sullivan Show of clips of 'Paperback Writer'/'Rain'. 1967 NEMS Enterprises announces news about the film 'Yellow Submarine'. 1968 Studio 3. 2.30pm-1.30am. Recording: 'Ri ...
Randy Meisner Biography Randy Herman Meisner was born on March 8, 1946 in Scottsbluff, Nebraska. He came from humble beginnings; his parents were sharecroppers and his family didn't have much money. However, at the age of 10, he would discover a talent that would be his way out: music. After seeing Elvis on the Ed Sullivan Show, he got a guitar and taught himself how to play. After that, music was all there was for Meisner. He dropped out of high school and concentrated on honing his musical skills, especially since he needed the income to support a family; he'd married at 17 to Jennifer Lee Barton. At that point, he was working as a professional musician with a band he'd formed called The Driving Dynamics. Their concerts mostly consisted of high school dances and local events, and Meisner wanted more. He traveled around the Midwest as a member of various bands, but one could only go so far there. The west coast beckoned. It was in 1964 when Meisner finally found a reason to head to California. He joined ...
Some things you may not know about me: I have been analyzing handwritings professionally since I was 14 years old. My specialty is JOB APTITUDES. Betty White used to sing songs for me on Jack Paar. I was Alan Bates' first fan. I always wanted to be a lyricist. I forced Sammy Cahn's heckler out of the Rainbow Room. I got Gracie Fields to call my mother Grace. I did publicity for MGM for 7 years. I spent a Father's Day with Arthur Freed who wrote "Singing in the Rain." I had dinner with Audie Murphy and he brought me home to meet my room mate Bob. I lost only 5 cases in 40 years as a Document Examiner. I have a hilarious comedy act called Doctor Tro-oth! I have a twin brother who is funnier than I am. Jan Clayton sang a song for me on the Ed Sullivan Show. I dated Gene Hackman. I was taught how to tell a joke by Lou Jacoby. I've studied 8 languages. I'm the first woman who wrote a full length Broadway musical by herself, [Book, Words, & Music] and I am rewriting only two scenes. My favorite ...
I'm rather certain that's the Ed Sullivan Show, which was across the street from the Broadway Theater.
Weed Muffins done. Intake half, whole, more than two?! NHL hockey. Music. Takers Blueberry Bud Muffins blues band live on the Ed Sullivan Show tonight...
The Rolling Stones made their U.S. television debut on June 2, 1964 -- not on the "Hollywood Palace" variety program on ABC or the "Ed Sullivan Show" on CBS or even Westinghouse Broadcasting Company's syndicated "Mike Douglas Show," but rather on a local broadcast: the "Les Crane Show," which aired at 1 a.m. on WABC-TV Channel 7, New York. Crane interviewed all five band members *** Jagger, Brian Jones, Keith Richards, Bill Wyman and Charlie Watts) as they prepared for their first U.S. concert tour. The 10-city tour began June 5 in the Swing Auditorium at the Orange Show Fairgrounds in San Bernardino, California. The Stones opened with their only U.S. hit at the time: their cover of Buddy Holly's "Not Fade Away." All but one of the remaining 10 songs in their set were covers of other performers' songs: Chuck Berry's "I'm Talking About You," the Beatles' "I Wanna Be Your Man," Tommy Tucker's "High-Heeled Sneakers," "Nat King Cole's" "Route 66," Rufus Thomas' "Walkin' the Dog," "Tell Me" (the only *** Ja .. ...
June 1, 1971 Gladys Knight is the last musical guest to appear on the Ed Sullivan Show, which was canceled the next day after 23 years on the air. It was TV's longest running variety show and was a springboard for nearly every major music act in the '60s. Sullivan was so angry about the cancellation that he refused to do a final show, although he would return for several TV specials and a 25th-anniversary show in 1973.
The Beatles live on the Ed Sullivan Show, 1964. 73 million viewers.
Tonight you sound like you're going Old School Johnny Carson slash Ed Sullivan Show "Mike
are you at the part about the Ed Sullivan Show
A good friend of mine indicated that he and I are old as we reference memories of the TV show Baretta. Baretta isn't that old Joe Bob … you want to talk about old television programs consider these … Get ready there are many and the world then was without cable television and had only national affiliates … ABC, CBS, & NBC. How many of these do you remember … if you remember them all … then you are old (ha). Televisions programs, children's shows and game shows were Captain Kangaroo, Shari Lewis Show, Ed Sullivan Show, Kukla, Fran & Ollie, The Adventures of Ozzie & Harriet, Leave it to Beaver, The Donna Reed Show, Make Room for Daddy, Father's Know Best, My Three Sons, 77 Sunset Strip, American Bandstand, Howdy Doody, Roy Rogers Show, Gary Moore Show, Kate Smith Hour, Milton Berle Show, Candid Camera, Arthur Godfrey's Talent Show, What's My Line, Steve Allen Show, Hopalong Cassidy, Jack Benny, Red Skelton Show, Truth or Consequences, The Lone Ranger, *** Powell's Zane Grey Theatre, Davy Croc ...
On this day in history in 1963, Bob Dylan walked off the Ed Sullivan Show because they wouldn't let him sing a parody song on the John Birch Society.
Foto: Brian Epstein and John Lennon at the Ed Sullivan Show, August 14 1965 - colour edit requested...
you know the clips of screaming women when the Beatles were the Ed Sullivan Show. That's going to be me in line going to this movie.
..saw this post & thought you were carrying Topo Gigio from the old Ed Sullivan Show! :)
Vintage keeper! Itzhak Perlman at 14 on Ed Sullivan Show - Wieniawski Violin Cncrto2
MUSICAL SYNOPSES: Singer Conrad, about to be inducted, will kiss a girl on "The Ed Sullivan Show" before he goes (200)
Where were you the first time The Beatles were on The Ed Sullivan Show? Relive those memories and more here:
To see On August 10th is going to be like seeing the Beatles on The Ed Sullivan Show.
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Show your kids video from Ed Sullivan or Hollywood Palace. They weren't called variety shows for nothing.
Really famous in 1950s at beginning of Rock-n-Roll era. Appeared on CBS-TV's Ed Sullivan Show.
I love the commercial on The Ed Sullivan Show feat. The Beatles dvd.
Newton Collier Month: Watch Newton get down on the Ed Sullivan Show with Sam & Dave - '69.Trumpet man in the middle.
We have started the education of the Beatles to The Q-tip. Starting with Ed sullivan show, and old Beatles. Thus far, lots of bouncing.
I has a ticket to the ed sullivan show
y yes...Delta, Pluto, Tigerbeats, Young Lungs. in the words of ed sullivan, "really big show!"
I've been a fan since he first began, I guess on Ed Sullivan show. Loved the Jackson 5 from day one
Literally Joe if this was 1964 I would be one of those girls crying and fainting at the Ed Sullivan show.
Actually, Mr. Lennon, If you *had* turned *hard* left at Greenland you'd have had to do the Ed Sullivan show from St. John's, Newfoundland.
kinda sounds like how Ed Sullivan used to introduce acts on his Really Big Shoe (show)
The Ed Sullivan Show on a black and white TV
9th Circ Ct of App: use in musical Jersey Boys of 7 second clip from Ed Sullivan Show was protected as fair use.
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