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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For you history buffs. On this day in 68 - Nero committed suicide, before he was killed by the Roman Senate. On this day in 1934 - Donald Duck was introduced for the first time. On this day in 1963 - Barbara Streisand made her first appearance on the Ed Sullivan Show. And for us Oklahoma fans a sad, sad, day - On June 9th, 1989 Barry Switzer resigned as OU head coach after 16 glorious years and 3 national championships. The really bad thing is, I remember most of these when they happened - and that is sad!
Since Peter N Kosta mentioned Ed Sullivan, do you know these acts that appeared on the Ed Sullivan Show? :-)
Does anybody remember this guy from the 'Ed Sullivan Show' days?
Chinese propaganda poster, 1971: Red Army Drill Team performs on Ed Sullivan Show, bringing glory to the Motherland.
Thinking of the old fashioned "Sunday" growing up. We were not allowed to play with friends on Sunday. It was a quiet day that started out with Mass, and ended with the Ed Sullivan Show. There was individual sized frozen Jeno's pizza for lunch and oven baked chicken, baked potatoes and a random vegetable for dinner. ( I say random because that was the day my Mother would sneak in lima beans or beets thinking the food odds were in her favor and we would eat them.) After dinner, which was often in the formal dining room on Sundays, my parents would linger EXTRA long over coffee.I loved getting the good dishes out of the china cabinet and setting that table. It was a day of reading, loafing and Sunday afternoon movies.( Abbot and Costello or a musical...Oklahoma comes to mind. And oh, that was all in black and white.) I didn't know then how changed our family would become. I am grateful for this memory and for the rules of simpler times! : ) " And that is all I have to say about THAT!"
This isn't the Ed Sullivan Show but it sure is fun when the temp is 95 at 8:00 pm. Susan LOVES the Beatles!
1965 Epiphone Texan. This is the real deal made in Kalamazoo, MI at the Gibson factory. All original with the exception of the non-adjustable ivory saddle in place of the plastic adjustable kludge that typically kept these instruments from sounding their best. Paul McCartney used the left-handed version of this when he debuted "yesterday" on the Ed Sullivan Show the same year. It is structurally sound and given its age, in very nice cosmetic condition. There is one repaired/stable crack on the top and the lower/original frets show some wear. An under-saddle pick-up is installed. Pictured Martin case included. $3300.00 + shipping/insurance from Seattle WA. those interested should message me.
Reminisce with legendary performances from the Ed Sullivan Show on Ed Sullivan's Rock and Roll Classics at 7 tonight.
Moment in Time: June 5, 1956 - Elvis Presley shakes up U.S. TV viewers In photos: was not quite prepared for the sexy beast that was Elvis Presley in the summer of 1956. The future king of rock 'n' roll had already appeared on NBC's The Milton Berle Show three months earlier, but he lost the guitar for his return visit. In a raucous rendition of Hound Dog, Presley swivelled his hips madly and cradled the mike stand like a lover. Before the show wrapped, the NBC switchboard was flooded with angry callers. The next day, New York Daily News reviewer Ben Gross deemed Presley's performance "suggestive and vulgar, tinged with the kind of animalism that should be confined to dives and bordellos." But Elvis was no dummy: A few months later, the kid from Tupelo, Miss., inked a deal with the far more popular Ed Sullivan Show for a record-breaking sum of $50,000. Mercy. -- Andrew Ryan
GREAT NEWS! THE MAVERICK SOUL HOUR w/ Tommy Maher is going to be Coming Back On Madhouse TV Sunday Nights at 8:00 P.M. e.s.t. with some of the Biggest Names and Bands in the Music Business from All Over the World. We will also be covering Major Festivals including the Number One Rock n Roll Party in North America, The DETROIT BLUES FESTIVAL where I will be doing exclusive Interviews with all of the Musicians such as Dave Mason,, Dana Fuchs and Many More at this Amazing 3 Day Party in our private motor home placed right behind they're 3 million dollar stage. Next Week I will be in N.Y.C. Interviewing the Amazing WALTER TROUT one on one. Other Future Shows coming up will be with such Superstars as VINCE MARTELL from the Vanilla Fudge and So Many Many More. Get Ready for some of the Interviews you Always wanted to see, and Hear some of The Greatest Music in History. I want to bring back that Magic Hour that we had with the Ed Sullivan Show. Stay Tuned for the Future dates of the New and Very Exciting Shows. ...
Good Saturday morning .. 84 yesterday, another one in store today. Get your free curly fries .. Tigers put 3 in the seats last night with a win. It's May 31st, as we close out the first 5 months of the year .. let's see what happened .. 1780, the 1st copyright laws went into effect .. 1859, Big Ben started ringing in London .. 1885, Dr. John Kellogg patents flaked cereal .. 1889, the Johnstown flood happened in Pennsylvania, killing 3300, when a dam broke. wiping out the town with 20 million tons of water .. 1929, the first reindeer were born in the U.S. .. 1935, Babe Ruth grounded out, in his last at-bat .. 1941, the weekly picture newspaper, Parade, went on sale (now in our Sunday papers) .. 1964, the Dave Clark 5 first appeared on the Ed Sullivan Show ..and the Mets and Giants played the longest doubleheader, lasting over 19 hours .. 1974, Gordon Lightfoot's album "Sundown" went gold .. and "Be Thankful For What You've Got" went gold .. 1977, the Trans-Alaska Pipeline was completed .. 1990, "Seinfel .. ...
1964 : Dave Clark Five appear on the Ed Sullivan Show, for the first time, playing 'Glad All Over'.
Moms Mabley was an American standup comedian. A veteran of the Chitlin' circuit of African-American vaudeville, she later appeared on the Ed Sullivan Show and the The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour
FLASHBACK POP MUSIC HISTORY: MAY 10. Five Beatles in 1960. Pete Best on drums. On the right, Stuart Sutcliffe wearing shades. (Click on image for larger view). 1960: A group from Liverpool named the Beatals (sic) changes it’s name to the Silver Beatles after local scenester Brian Cassner declares the first name ridiculous. The five-piece band — at this point includes Stu Sutcliffe on bass (and Tommy Moore on drums) audition to become singer Billy Fury’s backing group. though they don’t get the main gig, they do score backing up fellow Liverpudllian Tommy Quickly on a Scottish tour. 1963: The Rolling Stones recorded their first recordings for Decca Records, including the Chuck Berry cover “Come On,” but were all critically rejected by the label as significantly “dreadful.” 1964: Dusty Springfield makes her first U.S. television appearance on CBS-TV’s Ed Sullivan Show, singing “I Only Want To Be With You.” 1965: “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction” is recorded today by the Rolling Sto ...
If you like American Bandstand, Ed Sullivan Show, Club MTV, and TRL, you will love my new show I'm developing. Old music, underground & pop.
Here is a Bubblerock video I put together of The Cowsills first TV appearance from The Ed Sullivan Show - 1968 This is truly a great live performance of a me...
ON THIS DAY IN MUSIC MAY 19th (Don't forget to "LIKE/FOLLOW" AMERICANA MUSIC FOUNDATION to get your daily posts of daily history) 1939: Count Basie records “Pound Cake” with classic solos by tenor saxophonist Lester Young and trumpeter Harry “Sweets” Edison. 1950: Jazz Vocalist Sarah Vaughan records “Nice Work if You can Get It” with trumpeter Miles Davis. 1956: Lonnie Donegan kicks off a tour of the US by appearing on The Perry Como Show, where he performs "Rock Island Line". 1956: Skiffle comes to the US as Lonnie Donegan makes his US TV debut, singing his huge British hit "Rock Island Line" on NBC's Perry Como Show. 1958: The first single to be recorded on an 8-track console (i.e. the first eight-track master recording pressed to a plastic 45-RPM disc), is Bobby Darin's "Splish Splash," is released. The recording was made at Atlantic Records and would eventually reach in America and in Great Britain. 1958: Ritchie Valens records the self-penned "Come On, Let's Go" for Del-Fi Records ...
Dont feel bad Buddy Holly knocked out his front teeth before appearing on Ed Sullivan show
FACTS AND QUIPS IF ALL ELSE FAILS READ THE INSTRUCTIONS TRY TRY TRY AGAIN Don't cry over spilled milk Peace of mind The Beatles first appeared on the ED SULLIVAN SHOW ON FEBRUARY 9TH 1964 I also saw Elvis Presleys First appearance on the Ed Sullivan show I think it was 1955
Mitzi Gaynor (Hungarian) on the Ed Sullivan Show. The Beatles were on that week also.
A halfassed crowd-funding attempt finds 30 bands paying their own way to play "The Ed Sullivan Show." Milwaukee is put on the map.
Petula Clark's version of "Fool On The Hill" from the Ed Sullivan Show totally making me trip out right now. Live brass n all.
I turned on the Billboard awards show and saw Myley Cyrus singing with an extra from Mad Max. Ed Sullivan is rolling in his grave right now.
George Harrison’s world famous Gretsch Country Gentleman guitar that he played on the Ed Sullivan show.
Catching a show before his retirement @ Ed Sullivan Theater
Why Elvis Presley got paid more than The Beatles for The Ed Sullivan Show -
May 19th in Black History 1925: Malcolm X was born. He was a human rights activist, Muslim minister and considered one of the greatest and most influential blacks in history. (Died: 1965) 1930: Playwright, writer, director and activist Lorraine Hansberry was born. She died of pancreatic cancer at age 34 in 1965. 1948: Singer-songwriter, actress & entertainer Grace Jones was born. 1960: Ben E. King recorded his last two songs with the Drifters before going solo. 1962: song – ‘Soldier Boy’ by the Shirelles. 1965: President Lyndon Johnson chose Patricia Harris to become the U.S. Ambassador to Luxembourg. She was the first African American woman named as an American envoy. 1968: The Fifth Dimension performed ‘Stone Soul Picnic’ on The Ed Sullivan Show. 1969: Coleman Hawkins one of the 1st prominent jazz musicians passed away at age 64. 1973: ‘You Are the Sunshine of My Life’ by Stevie Wonder went to on the Pop Chart & on the R&B chart. 1976: Kevin Garnett was born. NBA player drafted out of High ...
Fun Fact: SSV President & Co-Founder, Will Webb, sang in the West Point Glee Club and often performed on the Ed Sullivan Show as well as the Mike Douglas Show!
Would anyone agree with me that should have his own Ed Sullivan type variety show on prime time TV?
I grew up watching the ed Sullivan show and just watch the beatles first perform here in America
See Charles Laughton read from the Bible on "The Ed Sullivan Show" in 1960:
2nd time.I will always remember seeing the Beatles on Ed Sullivan show for the first. I was as excited as if I was there.
Popular culture gained ascendancy in generating standards of fashion and beauty. When the Beatles appeared on the Ed Sullivan Show in 1964, their "mop tops" created a revolution in men's hairstyles, making long hair fashionable for the first time since the 18th century.
What entertainers do you remember from the Ed Sullivan Show?
Hurry up and wait at the Ed Sullivan Theater. Check us on Late Show w/Dave tonight
MT Jerry Vale was one of the best. / I thought he was crooner B team level. A talk show and Ed Sullivan regular, always worked.
The Beatles recorded "I Want To Hold Your Hand" at Abbey Road, on this day, in 1963. It reached Number One in the USA and UK charts. Following the success of the single they performed it on the Ed Sullivan show to an estimated 73 million viewers on February 9th 1964.
23rd Feb '64 - the final of The Beatles' first three Ed Sullivan Show broadcasts had been pre-recorded http:/…
Quote of the Day: "I wouldn't have Elvis Presley on my show at any time." Ed Sullivan, early 1956. "And now, her...
In 1982 Jackson Jackson combined his interests in songwriting and film when he contributed the song "Someone In the Dark" to the storybook for the film E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial. The song, with Quincy Jones as its producer, won a Grammy for Best Recording for Children for 1983.Even more success came after the release of Thriller in late 1982. The album earned Jackson seven more Grammys and eight American Music Awards, including the Award of Merit, the youngest artist to win it. "Thriller" was the best-selling album worldwide in 1983. It became the best-selling album of all time in the United States,and the best-selling album of all time worldwide, selling an estimated 65 million copies.The album topped the Billboard 200 chart for 37 weeks and was in the top 10 of the 200 for 80 consecutive weeks. It was the first album to have seven Billboard Hot 100 top 10 singles, including "Billie Jean", "Beat It", and "Wanna Be Startin' Somethin'". In March 2009 Thriller was certified for 29 million shipments by the ...
"During the hour [The Beatles] were on Ed Sullivan's show, there wasn't a hubcap stolen in America," B.F. Henry (the W…
The Beatles rehearsing in Miami Beach for their second Ed Sullivan show, 1964,
ed Sullivan really was a great guy and I want to show the world what he did because he is an inspiration to me just like you
I'm cracking up.. Son"I wanna stay up to see Michael Jackson. Is there more than one?" Me. "Yes, but he is THE Michael Jackson". Son"wow, he's good. I bet some people that don't know any better are saying 'I thought he was dead!' ". Me. "Maybe, do you know he was your age when he started in a band with his brothers? do you want to see it on YouTube?" Son"Yes, skip the ads" (we play I Want You Back from the Ed Sullivan show.) Me. "Sounds good, huh?" Son"He IS good. wait, he's the little one? That one has brown skin. The one up on the tv has white skin..." Me. "Well, yea". Son"Either way, He must have played soccer to have footwork like that! Mom, were you alive way back then?" Me..."um, yes." I got nothing else.
"Hurt So Bad" is a classic 1965 ballad originally recorded by Little Anthony & The Imperials and re-recorded by numerous artists including Linda Ronstadt and The Lettermen. Little Anthony & The Imperials' original version was taken from their album, Goin' out of My Head. It was the follow-up to that album's smash-hit title song, and like that song, also became a Billboard Top 10 hit as well as a Top Five R&B hit. It was also performed by the group on their first appearance on The Ed Sullivan Show. It was written especially for The Imperials by Teddy Randazzo, a long-time friend of the group, along with Bobby Weinstein and Bobby Hart (Harshman).
I was reading an article about Don Felder, and pulled up this biography. I was struck by how much talent was together in one small place at one time. Felder was born in Gainesville, Florida. From his paternal side he has German ancestry. He was first attracted to music after watching Elvis Presley live on The Ed Sullivan Show. He acquired his first guitar when he was about ten years old, which he has stated he exchanged with a friend at the five-and-dime for a handful of cherry bombs. A self-taught musician, he was heavily influenced by rock and roll. At the age of fifteen he started his first band, The Continentals, which also included Stephen Stills. Around this time, he met Bernie Leadon, who later became one of the founding members of the Eagles. Leadon replaced Stills in The Continentals, which eventually changed its name to the Maundy Quintet. Felder and Leadon both attended Gainesville High School in Gainesville, Florida. In the 1966 Gainesville High School yearbook, the Maundy Quintet is pictur ...
Bayou Swamis Humboldt County's own answer to Zydeco, the Bayou Swamis. Zydeco music is one of those aforementioned alluring sounds out of southern Louisiana. It is a vibrant hodge podge of French dance melodies with heaping spoonfuls of Caribbean and the blues to add a bit of texture and hubris to the music. Best Kept Secret featuring the All Star RockOstra Your Community Band Best Kept Secret is a Classic Rock band that offers friends and neighbors a venue to play music. They focus on one of a kind events and have performed at Bat "N" Rouge, The Beatles Let it Be roof top concert, and the Ed Sullivan show Beatles debut 50th Anniversary . They were included in Kevin L. Hoover's book, Legendary Locals, and they will continue to bring music to the community, while bringing the musician community to the music. Jim Lahman Band The Jim Lahman Band has been playing blues, funk, and rock originals and covers for the past 7 years. With smoking' hot vocals and virtuosic guitar and harmonic, the band performs re .. ...
I am sure some of you remember the Ed Sullivan show!!
The 5th Dimension, Liza Minnelli, Joan Rivers, & George Carlin on Ed Sullivan Show tonight. Heading home to Pointe Claire to watch.
Watching the best of the Ed Sullivan show depresses me cuz I didn't live during this time
Do you sing? dance? juggle chainsaws? play a solo instrument? do ventriloquism? stand-up comedy? qualify for Cirque de Soleil (where all the performers who used to spin tables and bend up in strange ways on the Ed Sullivan Show now go)? If so, we are looking for a couple more people who would like to perform in either the Friday or Saturday night program. Call me…208-740-0270.
Bob Dylan walks out on The Ed Sullivan Show - By the end of the summer of 1963, Bob Dylan would be known to...
When Ed Sullivan serves up some brownies dropped off by the Rolling Stones the show turns a little.well...
A ballet performance by Margot Fonteyn & Rudolf Nureyev from Swan Lake on The Ed Sullivan Show on May 16, 1965. This footage shows Dame ...
Today is a sad day for many of us. I just found out that my dear friend of 40 years Gary Reynolds passed away yesterday. Gary was best known for his musical comedy act Fords and Reynolds many great years in show business which included TV appearances on the Ed Sullivan Show, Mike Douglas, and Steve Allen Shows plus several motion pictures including Woody Allens “Broadway Danny Rose” He performed many years on the Las Vegas strip performing in most every Vegas hotel with people like Frank, Dean, Sammy, Nat Cole and Tony Bennett etc. Gary was a family man his wife Lynn Reynolds was Miss North Carolina a lovely woman with a great big heart. He loved his children dearly and never stopped talking about all of them. His son also in the music bussines Gary Rinaldo better known by the name Gary G-Wiz, is an American record producer and composer. Most known for being a member of the hip hop production team The Bomb Squad, G-Wiz is a longtime Public Enemy producer and contributed to many successful albums. Ga . ...
CHARLIE GRACIE on the ED SULLIVAN SHOW performing 'BUTTERFLY' the song that started the PHILLY SOUND and put CAMEO RECORDS (later Cameo-Parkway) IN THE BIG LEAGUES! 'Butterfly' went onto sell over 2-million records and lead to a succession of other big sellers: FABULOUS, NINETY-NINE WAYS, WANDERING EYES, I LOVE YOU SO MUCH IT HURTS and COOL BABY. All of these titles--plus several unreleased cuts... are available on the ABKCO LABEL (THE BEST of CHARLIE GRACIE- THE CAMEO- PARKWAY YEARS, 1956-1958).
Fifty years ago this Sunday night, the Beatles made their American television debut on The Ed Sullivan Show
Today In Beatles History (February 9, 1964): The Beatles debut on the Ed Sullivan Show to an estimated 73 million viewers at home. RT!
For years, my father made a living as a magician around New England. He was good enough to have appeared on the Ed Sullivan show years ago. The trick that he was known for was sawing people in half. That trick has always held a special place in the hearts of my four half-sisters and half-brother.
Last nite I was at a smoking Jam session with the great Alto Player Joe Riposo. This man is my musical father the one that taught me so much about performance and soloing. At 80 he was kicking everybody's butt last nite with his sound quality and approach of the songs we played. Tonite we are gonna head out again to play at Columbia Station in DC if you happen to be there tonite you'll not forget this man his horn skills and what you learn when you get to meet him. This is the type of cat that that is willing to share something about music not to teach you something. Come by Columbia Station tonite if you want to witness a serious performer for free. This cat has performed with Sammy Davis Dean Martin Andy Williams Dizzy Gillespie Xavier Cugat Navy Wilson Mel Torme Tony Bennett Ed Sullivan show Sonny Rollins Ray Brown James Moody and the list goes on. Last nite Columbia Station was smoking with the performance but tonite is gonna be a fire...Come by and live the experience of hearing the great Joe Riposo ...
This year is going to be special. We've moved the stage under the trees so there will be shade all day. The music is awesome all day ending with Abbey Road LIVE! Beatles tribute band in honor of the 50th anniversary of the historic appearance on the Ed Sullivan Show.
Today in 1963, Bob Dylan walked out of Ed Sullivan Show after told he couldn't sing Talking John Birch Paranoid Blues ht…
Really enjoyed The Beatle's tribute celebrating 50 years on the Ed Sullivan Show, Seeing Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr on the same stage was amazing! Dhani Harrison was brilliant but would have been better if Julian Lennon and Zak Starkey had appeared with him, would have almost been a re-construction of the Fab Four - my heroes!!! xxx
My tribute to a remarkable Family. Hello MMFC members. Sometimes I am asked why I have always been a Ludwig Drummer. Here is my story. Starting with the Beatles appearance on the Ed Sullivan Show in 1964, I like so many other aspiring drummers started taking Drums quite seriously. Later on after I had spent 4 years in the US Marine Drum & Bugle Corps in Wash DC, and completed my Percussion Performance BA, from 1981-84 I worked at Drums LTD in Chicago. It was an interesting experience because my boss Bill Crowdon's wife was Brooke Ludwig Crowdon. So every Friday I got to go to the Ludwig factory on 1928 N. Damen Ave to pick up the Ludwig Drum order. Also William F. Ludwig Jr. (WFL II) would come over to the drum shop about every other week for lunch or dinner with Bill Crowdon. They were VERY close both in a Business sense as well as family. Having been a loyal Ludwig Drummer since when all I could afford in 8th Grade was a pair of Ludwig drumsticks, it was such a thrill to actually get to know this incred ...
Here's some interesting things that happened in 1964: Sidney Poitier becomes the first black actor to win the "best actor" Oscar "Hello Dolly," "Funny Girl," and "Fiddler on the Roof" premier on Broadway in New York. The Rolling Stones release debut album, "The Rolling Stones" The Beatles make their first appearances on the Ed Sullivan Show. The Beatles have 13 singles Billboard's Hot 100 at the same time The first pirate radio station, Radio Caroline, is established The Beatles hold the top five positions in the Billboard Top 40 singles in America Bob Dylan releases "The Times They Are a-Changin" BBC2 starts broadcasting in the UK. Pablo Picasso painted his fourth Head of a Bearded Man The Sun Newspaper is first published in the United Kingdom Hasbro launch G.I. Joe an action figure for boys to join the Barbie Doll For Girls. Buffalo Wings ( deep fried chicken wings coated with hot sauce ) are made at the Anchor Bar in Buffalo, New York Charlie and the Chocolate Factory is published written by Roald Dahl ...
Red Skelton every Tuesday night, Bonanza on Sunday night, as was the Ed Sullivan Show earlier on Sunday evening... Others?
Thank you PBS for a weekday gift - a 2-hour show about one of the best bands of the 1960's, Dave Clark Five. One band that knew enough to get out before becoming a joke, something like 15 top-20 tunes, 18 appearances on the Ed Sullivan Show (if you don;t know who Ed Sullivan was, you're mighty young) and Dave remains a frustratingly shrewd businessman. I always heard that Dave Clark will give up his hold on his music if Steve Mathews will just add one more T
Keith and Brian in the dressing room at the Ed Sullivan Show, 11 September, 1966. Brian Jones had allegedly injured his hand in a domestic dispute, which forced the Stones to pre-record the two songs they had scheduled. Brian was supposed to play sitar on one song “Paint It Black” and dulcimer on “Lady Jane”, which he was struggling with due to his busted-up hand.
home from a wonderful evening at Celebrations, saw The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Gerry and the Pacemakers, Dusty Springfield, Hermans Hermits, Lulu, and Petula Clark all on the Ed Sullivan Show!
"The Beatles during their first appearance on US television, on the Ed Sullivan Show. the real paul
Seth, I really want you to have own show. (like Ed Sullivan Show or Carol Burnett Show or Cher Show). As you know, you are very talented. The world needs to laugh a little more. Have it on Saturday night at 8pm or 9pm. Or have it on HBO.
Back on this date in Entertainment history: in 1962 The Shirelles' single SOLDIER BOY was released! in 1968 The Bee Gees made their US TV debut on the Ed Sullivan Show and do you remember the short lived BLUES INCORPORATED. with *** jagger, Charlie Watts and Jack Bruce?... in '62 they played their first gig in London. The groupmwent thru many changes and eventually broke up. EJ
Just 31 months after THE appeared on the Ed Sullivan Show, John Lennon (cont)
Friday, March 14 Billboard announced in 1964 that Beatles records made up 60% of singles market. Elvis did 6 shows in 2 days at the Fox Theater in Atlanta in 1956. Movie "Rock Around The Clock" premiered in Washington DC in 1956. Petula Clark made her American TV debut on Ed Sullivan Show in 1965. Ray Charles-first solo appearance on TV in 53 years in 1998 on the shopping channel QVC. Birthdays: Les Brown (born in 1912); Quincy Jones (81); Walt Parazaider from Chicago (69); Rick Dees (64)
Music News & Information Saturday, March 8, 2014 Micky Dolenz of the Monkees ("I'm A Believer") is 69 "Little" Peggy March ("I Will Follow Him") is 66 Randy Meisner ("Hearts On Fire" and member of Poco and the Eagles) is 68 Songwriter Carole Bayer-Sager ("Groovy Kind Of Love", "Midnight Blue", "Nobody Does It Better" and many others) is 67 Jimmy Ellis, lead tenor with the Trammps ("Disco Inferno") dies, 2012 Meat Loaf is added to the Texas Movie Hall of Fame in Austin, 2012 Diana Ross makes her first solo concert appearance, in Framingham, Massachusetts, 1970 The Fillmore East concert hall opens in New York City, 1968 Elvis Presley's "Stay Away Joe" movie debuts in 1968 The Beatles make their British national radio debut, singing "Dream Baby", "Maybelline" and "Please Mr. Postman" on the BBC's "Teenagers' Turn" program, 1962 Carole King appears on CBS-TV's "Mary Tyler Moore Show", 1975 The Dave Clark Five make the first of 18 appearances on CBS-TV's "Ed Sullivan Show", 1964
1. When and why did you start playing or singing? It was about 50 years ago.I was about 8 years old. Every Sunday evening we would watch the Ed Sullivan Show. The Beatles performed live for the first time in the States. After I saw the impact and effect on the audience of mostly screaming girls, I turned to my Mom and said "That's what I want to do...". My Dad replied, "I'll never let you grow your hair that long , boy!" But it was too late . I was hooked. 2. Which instruments do you play? I enjoy playing any and all percussion instruments I can get my hands (or sticks ) on. I have dabbled with the piano( also percussive!). 3.What was the first tune you learned? Most of the first songs I played were marches and cadences on the snare drum.This included the snare drum accompaniment to "Snoopy VS. the Red Baron " Christmas song by the Royal Guardsman! And , like most drummers, we all learned WIPE-OUT early on. 4. Which famous musicians have you learned from? Okay, the list is long.but the most influential w ...
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my interview on WBGZ 1570 AM about the Beatles 50th anniversary of their appearance on the Ed Sullivan Show
Showtime at the Apollo, Soul Train, American Bandstand, Ed Sullivan Show. Which one do you think broke in the most African American artists?
50 years ago today. Just weeks after The Beatles played the Ed Sullivan Show and changed music forever, Muhammad Ali fought Sonny Liston for the Heavyweight Title and forever changed our perception of the athlete.
Sunday, February 23, 2014 Melvin Franklin of the Temptations ("My Girl") dies of a brain seizure in 1995 Donnie Brooks ("Mission Bell") dies of a heart attack, 2007 Don Cornell ("Hold My Hand") dies of emphysema and diabetes in 2004 *** Jones of Foreigner undergoes heart bypass surgery in a Miami Beach hospital, 2012 Little Richard receives a Lifetime Achievement Grammy award, 1993 Simon & Garfunkel sing together for the first time in ten years as they receive a Lifetime Achievement Grammy award, 2003 The Library of Congress awards its Gershwin Prize for Popular Song to Stevie Wonder, 2009 A federal court jury rules that the Isley Brothers recorded "It's Your Thing" after leaving Motown Records and the label is not entitled to royalties, 1977 The Police sign with A&M Records, 1978 Ringo Starr makes his first solo TV appearance, on NBC's "Laugh In" (exactly six years after the Beatles' third "Ed Sullivan Show" appearance on CBS), 1970 Frankie Avalon appears on ABC-TV's "Sabrina, The Teenage Witch", 2001 T ...
While millions of people celebrate the recent 50th anniversary of the Beatles' debut U.S. appearance on the Ed Sullivan Show, 40-year-old Blackberry Smoke singer/guitarist Charlie...
FIFTH BEATLE: Brian Epstein Writer: Vivek Tiwary Artists: Andy Robinson and Kyle Baker Dark Horse, 2013 I was born in 1962 so although I was too young to remember the Beatles on the Ed Sullivan Show, I grew up knowing who they were. I was… [ 218 more words. ]
Today in Rock February Eighteenth Featured Artist Styx Styx A one-time elementary school music teacher but better known as the vocalist for Styx, Dennis DeYoung (on far left), is born in Chicago. 1947 1930's John Lennon's second, and last wife, Yoko Ono, a Japanese-American conceptual artist and musician, starts her life. 1933 1950's Bachman-Turner Overdrive drummer Robbie Bachman has a birthday. 1953 In a low point not only for Rock ‘n’ Roll but music in general, Pat Boone’s white-bread cover of “Tutti Frutti” hits on the pop charts. Little Richard’s original didn’t make a dent though it is infinitely superior. This is nothing less than a crime. But it does shows the power of segregation in the ‘50s. 1956 1960's Having joined the Marines, the Everly Brothers (Phil and Don), perform in uniform on the Ed Sullivan Show. 1962 Guitarist David Gilmour replaces Syd Barrett in Pink Floyd. Barrett, who is suffering from a mental breakdown, checks into a psychiatric hospital and eventually goes ...
R.I.P. Sid Ceasar. Another entertainer in our era is gone. He and Imogene Coca gave us much laughter on their TV show. In our family, there were certain shows that we watched. Sunday night was the Ed Sullivan Show, Sid & Imogene, Red Buttons and Jack Benny. Sid & Imogene's hilarioius skits did not involve vulgar language because it wasn't permitted. How times have changed. We lived in the best era that's for sure!
Half a century has passed since the Beatles' first American performance on the Ed Sullivan Show. Since then, they have sold more albums than any other band a...
After watching the Blazer loss tonight, I tuned into the Beatles tribute of their appearance on the Ed Sullivan Show. Being an avid Elvis fan, even though I liked the Beatles, I was still not a huge fan. After watching that show, I realized how phenomenal they really were. As Elvis did in his era, the Beatles also changed the history of music. They truly were amazing.
It was 48 years ago today! The Stones appear at the Ed Sullivan Show. Songs played: Satisfaction/ As Tears Go By/...
Hello everyone. I have just watched the Beatles 50th Anniversary Concert which was quite magnificent . The artists that performed the tributes Joe Walsh, Annie Lennox, Alicia Keys performed such great songs of the Beatles era did them proud. Sir Paul and Ringo where awesome and still have what it takes . during an interview televised , Paul and Ringo both spoke to David Letterman explaining what it was like to be a Beatle. How it was liked to be locked up in a hotel room with only the four of them to part of the moment and how the introduction to the Ed Sullivan Show was their official introduction to the American People. Which if truth be known was the start of the British Invasion . One person who was never mentioned throughout the entire show by these two legends was the man who made the Beatles "The Fifth Beatle" if you like, and the man who made everything possible for them to be the legends they are to day . Can anyone tell me who that individual was ? Let me save you the trouble , In short , dea .. ...
just watched "the Beatles: The Night that changed America" and loved it! Brought back so many emotions and memories. I remember watching them on the Ed Sullivan Show on our back and white tv trying to adjust the rabbit ears so it came in more clearly. Fast forward 50 years, whoa life!
changed everything and it even effected me 35 years later, when I watched them on the Ed Sullivan Show on a VHS tape I had ✌🎸
re-watching The Beatles special. Paul is still cute. Jody Tubbs-Watson do you remember watching the Ed Sullivan Show that night at your house with everyone there?
Fifty years ago the Beatles performed in USA. Watching the special what a fabulous show! Where we're you when the Beatles made their first appearance on Ed Sullivan Show?
Just got off of work and found the Beatles 50th anniversary celebration of their debut on the Ed Sullivan Show on tv... If you don't know who they are I feel bad for you. Go by a record player and learn thyself! Thank you Beatles for so many classics
Sitting at home with my husband watching and rocking out to the Beatles 50th anniversary of being on the Ed Sullivan Show! Go baby go!
Bobby Rydell performs "World Without Love" on the Ed Sullivan Show. From May 1964. (This used to be uploaded by another user, but has since been removed. I'm...
A lot of good memories came back from watching the footage of The Beatles on Ed Sullivan Show. My Mother and my 70 something Grandmother dancing and swaying in her rocking chair. I didn't understand all the fuss over some boys singing but I did want to see Ed talking to Topo Gigo! It was a good night.
Memories! Tonite brought many memories for me. Just watched the Encore of Beatles 50th! Missed in earlier. Great show! I was 23 years old when the Beatles came to the US for the Ed Sullivan Show. Unfortunately, or Fortunately, I was with the USAF in England at the time. I got to know the Beatles quite awhile before they were known over here! Listened to them on the radio and seen them on the Telle. Always loved their music, especially the early songs of the 60's. Then came the 'Psycodelic' time and the drugs, the 70's. I returned to Leominster in April 1965. The Beatles were very popular then and 'forever. I have been asked many times if I used drugs during the 70's. I am proud to say I never have, or even thought about it. Of course I had the opportunity? Maybe because I also never smoked? The show was great and can't believe the energy of Ringo, who is older than I! Paul still has a great voice and is a great showman as is Ringo! I was happy and hoping they would end with 'Hey Jude' and they did! Also . ...
Just watched The Beatles tribute on CBS. There has never been, nor will there ever be a group with a greater impact on America! 50 years after they showed up on the Ed Sullivan Show, the still have song after song after song that ignites the soul and brings all people to a wonderful place of common ground! Thank you God for the gift of the Beatles!
Watching 'The Night that Changed America' I love the Beattle's Music. It is a tribute to the 50th years since the Beattles appearance on the Ed Sullivan Show. If I would of been around than I could see myself as one of those screaming girls in the crowds. I would of had trouble picking between John or Paul. LOL. "She loves you, yeah yeah yeah" :-)
Carolyn and I just finished watching the Beatles 50th anniversary Ed Sullivan Show. Brought back wonderful memories!! Don't understand how rap crap even merits being on the airwaves in this day and age. In my opinion, which I seldom respect, it's due to the lack of family values being established at the dinner table which has long since been abandoned in favor of TV meals and no family interaction. What you sow so shall you reap.
Watched the repeat of the Beatles 50th Anniversary Tribute tonight since I missed it Sunday night. Really enjoyed most of it. Yoko still seems a little loopy. Hard to believe it was 50 years ago and I was only 9 years old. Remember sitting in the floor, right in front of the black & white tv, watching them on the Ed Sullivan Show with my sister and Spurlock cousins.
Heaven just appeared on my TV. Beatles Tribute on CBS!?!?!? What I wouldn't give to have been a teenager when the Fab Four landed in the US. I would have been that girl in the stands on the Ed Sullivan Show, the one that is shaking and screaming and crying and flipping out... . Oh wait. I think that was EVERY girl in the stands that day.
50 years ago today: The appeared on the Ed Sullivan Show :)
From the Ed Sullivan Show to the London rooftop concert, check out these iconic images of the Beatles:
Did you see the tribute to the Beatles? I saw that show on the Ed Sullivan Show. Beatles forever!
50 years ago tonite I sat with Mom and Dad in North Bay Ontario and 73 million others to watch the Beatles on the Ed Sullivan Show - WOW!!!
Listening to the Beetles brings back good memories. I remember going crazy watching the Ed Sullivan Show just like Elvis Presley. I'll never grow up!
Ok fb friends, I've not been on tonight so I don't know what others have posted. I have been watching The Beatles program on CBS. My, my, my, what memories this brings back. Yes I do remember the night they were on Ed Sullivan Show. Do you? What music! The beat to their songs just made me want to get up and dance. I tried but LOL. I just don't have it anymore. Just made me think of old times with great friends. Hope those of you who got to watch this program got the old memories back as well.
Just watched the Beatles tribute (replay) on CBS. My mother's brother, our Uncle Bud (John McGeehan) was the Associate Producer of the Ed Sullivan Show, and I remember that night very well (I was almost 10 years old). It was such an exciting time!
Wonderful tribute on CBS tonight to celebrate 50th Anniversary of Ed Sullivan Show appearance. Great stuff
Watching the Beatles' 50th Anniversary tribute from Ed Sullivan Show and decided that I when I grow up I really want to be a rock star.
So glad I caught the Beatles Special about their American Debut on the Ed Sullivan Show. Their Music is what other music strives to be. Their music was, is, and always will be Great!
Watching Beatles rerun of 50 years since Ed Sullivan Show with Wally. We love this! Wally used 2 sing a bunch of these songs 2 me when he was at UVA n Charlottesville n I would visit him there on weekends from my job n DC. We attended church every weekend there, too. Lol. Great memories.
This was the first time Paul McCartney wrote the words to a song before the music. "All My Loving" began as a poem he conceived while he was shaving one morning thinking about his girlfriend Jane Asher, who he met when she interviewed him for the magazine Radio Times. He wrote the music that night. He originally envisioned it as a country/western song. This Beatles classic was never released as a single, but it was the first song the group played on their first Ed Sullivan Show appearance: February 9, 1964. It was a historic telecast, as over 73 million people tuned in. At the time, that was the largest audience ever for a TV show.
Today, in the history of Rock and Roll, February 11th: 1956: For his third appearance on CBS' Dorsey Brothers Stage Show, Elvis Presley is finally permitted to perform "Heartbreak Hotel." 1963: In just under ten hours, the Beatles record all ten tracks for their debut LP, released in England as Please Please Me. John's cold makes the process actually take a bit longer than it should; by the time the band gets to the last song of the session, "Twist and Shout," the hoarseness is noticible. Nevertheless, John nails it in one take. 1964: Fresh from their first appearance on CBS' Ed Sullivan Show, the Beatles leave for Washington, DC in a snow storm in order to give their first US live performance at the Washington Coliseum, with opening acts Tommy Roe, the Caravelles, and the Chiffons. Yet another press conference is given before the show. The performance -- "Roll Over Beethoven," "From Me to You," "I Saw Her Standing There," "This Boy," "All My Loving," "I Wanna Be Your Man," "Please Please Me," "Till There ...
MUSIC HISTORY 101 On February 12, 1964, THE BEATLES departed Washington D.C. after having performed their first US concert at the city’s Coliseum upon the night before. They were headed back to NYC, where they’d just headlined the Ed Sullivan Show three nights earlier, but on this evening they were off to headline two shows at the Big Apple’s prestigious Carnegie Hall, a nearly impossible feat at the time for a rock band, especially a foreign one. The show had been arranged by music mogul Sid Bernstein, who unlike many of his posh contemporaries understood the cult of personality and had spent a year kowtowing to the prevailing powers-that-be and bending over backwards to bring the Beatles to the esteemed venue. It held a high-brow image with an elite clientele, and rock-n-roll was considered below its average patrons’ discriminating tastes. Prior to that night, Bill Haley & the Comets held the distinction of being the only rock artist to have graced its stage, an honor not even Elvis and the Colo ...
I strongly recommend that anyone who missed it watch tonight's rebroadcast of The Beatles' 50th Anniversary of coming to America via the Ed Sullivan Show at 7:30 tonight. To the younger folks who automatically hate everything that came before your time, the Beatles were before my and most of the rest of our times too, but just because things are older doesn't mean we can't appreciate fine films, good books, or great music. Nearly everyone at one time or another got into the Beatles. Some highlights: - Maroon 5 was okay on "All My Loving," much better on "Ticket To Ride" - Ed Sheeren, a British singer I'd never heard of, did "In My Life" with soothing style and emotion - Pharrell Williams and Brad Paisley gently singing "Here Comes The Sun" was the pinnacle of the show. That song, with its seemingly simple opening guitar riff, has become a favorite. Williams is amazing here. - Imagine Dragons did well with "Revolution," but were sadly missing the defiant, rebellious tone that's critical to the song - Kei . ...
NOT EVERYONE LOVED THE BEATLES 50 YEARS AGO; Many critics posted blistering reviews after the Ed Sullivan Show featured the Beatles. LA Times - Not even their mothers would claim that they sing well, but the hirsute thickets they affect make them memorable. William F. Buckley, Jr. - The Beatles are not merely awful, I would consider it sacrilegious to say anything less than that they are god awful. They are so unbelievably horribly, so appallingly unmusical, etc. Newsweek - Visually they are a nightmare, tight dandified Edwardian - Beatnik suits and great pudding bowls of hair. Musically they are a near disaster. Chicago Tribune - The Beatles must be a huge joke, a wacky gag, a gigantic put-on. Boston Globe - They sound like a group of disorganized amateurs whose voices seem to be fighting each other rather than blending. I wonder what those critics would say today if they watched Flea and the Chili Peppers at the Super Bowl, no shirts, really long hair, tattoos, and really loud music.
The Beatles 50th anniversary concert Rock On Feb. 11, 1964, days after their career-making "Ed Sullivan Show" appearance, The Beatles performed their first U.S. concert to 8,000 screaming fans at the Washington Coliseum, a boxing ring in Northeast. On the 50th anniversary of that concert, the D.C. Preservation League and Douglas Development will re-create, minute for minute, the extraordinary 35-minute concert at the same venue, with a Beatles cover band on hand to perform the historic set list. Ticketholders can also see an exhibition of original photos from the first concert. 6:00-10 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 11 Uline Arena Third Street NE and M Street NE, Washington, DC $45 standing-room; $100 seated admission.
The Beatles Tribute was awesome last night. Although I was only 8, I can remember watching the Ed Sullivan Show when they were on and I listened to tem on my transistor radio for years. For those whom are in their 30's and 40's, I am sure you do not know what I am talking about
Definitive Technology brand ambassador John Legend sounded amazing last night perfoming "Let it Be" with Alicia Keys for The Beatles' 50th anniversary of performing on the Ed Sullivan Show!
50 years ago today the Beatles changed the face of music appearing on the Ed Sullivan Show. 49 years later, Thad Cochran voted to fund Obamacare.
Births 1914: Larry Adler 1929: Jerry Goldsmith 1937: Don Wilson (The Ventures) 1939: Roberta Flack 1940: Jimmy Merchant (Frankie Lymon and The Teenagers) 1943: Ral Donner Deaths 1997: Brian Connolly (Sweet) Events 1954: The biopic The Glenn Miller Story has its American premiere in New York City. 1958: ABC's Mickey Mouse Club begins its "Annette" serial, solidifying the rising popularity of its young star, Annette Funicello. 1964: The American press reports that millions of teenage boys are suddenly sporting Beatle-style hairdos (or attempting to) after last night's historic appearance on CBS' Ed Sullivan Show. Meanwhile, the Beatles give yet another press conference, this time from the lobby of New York's Plaza Hotel, where the group is staying. 1965: Chad and Jeremy guest star on CBS's The *** Van *** Show. 1968: The Beatles close their American fan club and business office, Beatles U.S.A, fire their American PR people, and sever all business ties in the country, turning everything over to their own A . ...
Looking at old pics of the Ed Sullivan Show.. Paul STILL has it! Check out Joan Rivers face ... many "moons" ago..
If Beiber and Cyrus could have the maturity of those li'l lads from Liverpool, the Fab Four, how boring would the music world be? Oh wait, it wasn't boring when they invaded America and the Ed Sullivan Show! They just let their music and talent carry the show.
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TBU ~Fab Fifty Out & about @ the Peppermint Lounge "Peppermint Lounge - New York City After the Beatles performed for the first time on the Ed Sullivan Show, February 9, 1964, they hit the town. First checking out the famous Playboy Club and then about midnight (in the wee hours of Feb. 10th) they arrived to see the show at New York’s famous Peppermint Lounge - the birthplace of the Twist dance craze. Sitting in the middle of the action are Cynthia Lennon with husband John, who’s chatting to Ringo Starr - who has the lovely Geri Miller (his twisting partner and late night date) sitting on his lap. DJ Murray the K (aka Murray Kauffman) is shown from behind sitting across from Cynthia" Scan from the Cynthia Powell Lennon group at Yahoo!
Take a sad song and make it better! Beatles 50 yr anniversary of appearance on Ed Sullivan Show
Frank Gorshin's stand up routine of impressions, on the Feb. 9, 1964 Ed Sullivan Show, is a comedic gem that is often overlooked when people discuss this show (understandably, because of the first appearance of The Beatles on Ed Sullivan). Sometimes people point out the appearance of a young Davy Jones (The Monkees), but Frank Gorshin killed it, especially if you're a fan of classic films, and know who Burt Lancaster, Marlon Brando, Kirk Douglas, Anthony Quinn, Dean Martin, Frank Sinatra, and others of that era, all are (you'd be surprised how many people do NOT know those personalities). ...oh yeah, and the moptops were good on that show, too (though John's vocal is mixed low)
Where were you when The Beatles were on the Ed Sullivan Show? I'll start. We were stationed in The Panama Canal Zone on the ARMY Post, FT Davis. I was 6 1/2.
50 years ago I missed the Beatles on the Ed Sullivan Show 'cuz my mom made me go to church. I am making up for that miss tonight, watching the Beatles Tribute & flipping to the Olympics during commercials. No Downton Abby; just too many good choices.
At this moment I would send special shout-outs to the people who made meeting the Beatles a reality for me: Dennis Fine, bless his soul, who arranged for my interview with Paul for the Sunday Daily News; photographer Bob Gruen, who introduced me to John Lennon one day on Bank Street many moons ago when I just happened to run into them; Lizbeth Rosenberg, then a publicist for Warner Brothers Records and now Madonna's moat, who arranged for my very very first interview as the Daily News's Sunday rock columnist--with Tim Buckley!--and later took me to a press party at Nirvana, the posh Indian restaurant on Central Park South, where I met George Harrison; and my late father, who accompanied me to a matinee of ''Oliver!'' the day the Beatles performed on the Ed Sullivan Show, and who braved what looked like a Day of the Locust mob turning the corner on us and pinning us in the vestibule of the theater, following Ringo's limousine down the block.
Two items for this 9th of February 1) While traveling today, Found gas cheaper at the Beaver Dam Rest Stop than in Bowling Green and CC. Can't remember that ever happening! 2) Learned via the Pad. Sun I have been to a pop culture landmark. The Beatles landed in the US IN FEB 1964. 50 years ago Tonight, they were on the Ed Sullivan Show. Where David Letterman now resides. On a trip to the Big Apple 10 years ago, my fair wife and I enjoyed The Letterman Show that included ironically a performance by Lisa Marie Presley, daughter of another 60's musical icon.
50 years ago my brother & I were living with cousins in Champagne, IL. My Mother was attending her final year of school at Arizona State. We would have watched the Ed Sullivan Show with cousins Clarence & Barbara Berbaum & their children, Randy & Sandra.
Fellow classmates, I hope you're watching The Grammys Solute to The Beatles. We were in 11th grade. I remember that Ed Sullivan Show, do you? BTW, my cousin Ken Ken Ehrlich produced this show. They taped the day after the Grammys.
I was 5 when the Beatles debuted on the Ed Sullivan Show, if my daddy would of let us watch, I just don't remember! Now my sis and brother, Robin Robinson Furrer and Tommy Robinson may remember!
I have the whole Ed Sullivan Show with the Beatles on DVD. If I wasn't going to Justin Timberlake I would be watching it.
Gonna settle in at 8 o'clock for the CBS special The Beatles: The Night That Changed America – a Grammy Salute. It's taking place in the old Ed Sullivan Show studio, where David Letterman does his show now. It'll be a walk down Penny Lane!
Neil Aspinall always seemed to me a cool guy. "The Beatles' personal assistant Neil Aspinall stands in for George Harrison during a morning camera rehearsal for the Ed Sullivan Show on February 9, 1964. Harrison was getting in his last bit of rest and recuperation due to a streptococcal sore throat, but he'd recover in time for a later rehearsal and taping prior to the Beatles' live television debut in the United States."
John Katsilometes with the Las Vegas Sun did a wonderful article about Steve Rossi and the nights he performed with the Beatles on the Ed Sullivan Show. KWTD: Steve Rossi on the Beatles’ debut on ‘Sullivan,’ featuring nude photos and at… [ 39 more words. ]
Watch the Tribute to that Iconic Band on C.B.S. TONITE AT 8p.m.This Tribute is 50 yrs to the day when the Ed Sullivan Show introduced them to Oliver North America when 73 million people tuned in to watch the Beatles.Sullivan first saw them in England at an Airport where a screaming crowd of thousands awaited their return from a Gig in Europe!Sullivan paid 10,000 dollars for their appearance on his Sheeewww!!
50 years ago today, The Beatles changed American history and the music industry by playing on the Ed Sullivan Show. True legends.
50 years ago tonight The Beatles appeared on the Ed Sullivan Show. This is the marquee today in honor
50 years ago today The Beatles played their first Ed Sullivan Show
Tom Petty reflects on Ed Sullivan Show appearance, fifty years ago today:
50 years ago tonight, viewers all over Blair County and the nation tuned in to watch the American debut of the Beatles! Read all about it here and come tonight at 8 p.m. to the Penn State Altoona Downtown Movies to see the original Ed Sullivan Show on the big screen! See you there!
Tonight on CBS ! The Beatles very first time on the Ed Sullivan Show !!. Among the presenters are Sean Penn, Jeff...
Tomorrow is exactly 50 years to the Sunday that The Beatles performed on the Ed Sullivan Show. Sean Lennon & The...
February 8, 2014 BEATLEMANIA for Sale Marion DS Dreyfus For fans of the Fab Four, John, George, Ringo and Paul, Lennon elder son Julian Lennon has curated a round-up of many affecting or amusing, B/W photos (mostly), album-cover fodder, at their 50th anniversary. The venue is the somewhat grungy, atypical 2nd-floor gallery of the SOHO Morrison Hotel on Prince Street. The opening on Thursday, 6 February, was underwhelming, stuffed with neighborhood and uptown types jockeying for position in front of the minicams and still photogs, a bare wine table on offer to those slogging through the freezing night. For a minimum of $700 per, to well into the four-figures, one can purchase a prime shot of the mop-tops as they arrive for sundry song celebrations and interviews in the UK, US and around the globe, with Muhammed Ali, on the legendary Ed Sullivan Show appearance, solo and group portraits of each of the four, with guitar or on the tarmac. Limited editions of 25, 50, 75 or open editions, estate-stamped prints ...
50 years ago today the Beatles played on the ed Sullivan show!
Today in 1964 The Beatles had their first performance in America on the Ed Sullivan show 👌 today should be a National Holiday
This weekend 50 years ago the Beatles came to America and landed in the JFK airport and performed at The Ed Sullivan Show 😱😍😭🙌
Can't wait to see this. I remember sitting around the tv at my friend Rickey's house watching them on the Ed Sullivan Show and was fortunate enough that the people I babysat for took me to Shea Stadium to see them in person. What's my favorite song, well I will have to say, Michele.
How old am I ? 50 years ago this week I sat on the couch at my grandma Fullerton's house and watched the Beatles on the Ed Sullivan Show. Not a big fan of Ed's show, she made me watch that night. Thank you grandma!
50 Years ago on the 9 Feb 1964 first appeared on The Ed Sullivan Show!
50 yrs ago yesterday, the Beatles came to be on the Ed Sullivan show! wow! I remember watching it.12 yrs old, my 1st yr. at Otto Jr.! Dang,..I'm old! How many of my friends remember that? Not too many, I'm sure!
Tomorrow is my 63rd birthday. If I’d known that I was going to live this long I would have taken better care of myself! Here are some notable births, deaths, events, and fun facts about February 9th: Birthdays 1773 – William Henry Harrison, American general and politician, 9th President of the United States. 1942 – Carole King, American singer-songwriter and pianist. 1943 – Joe Pesci, American actor, singer, and producer. 1973 – Svetlana Boginskaya, Belorussian gymnast (Don’t really care, but I love that name – Svetlana!) Deaths 1881 - Fyodor Dostoyevsky, Russian author. 1969 - George "Gabby" Hayes, American actor. 1981 - Bill Haley, American singer-songwriter and guitarist (Bill Haley & His Comets). Events & Fun Facts 1899 – Coldest Ohio February 9th on record -21 degrees (Missed the coldest day ever by one day -39 on February 10, 1899) 1942 – In the United States, daylight-saving "War Time" went into effect. 1964 – 1st appearance of the Beatles on "Ed Sullivan Show" (73.7 million ...
In the 1960's, The Doors were invited to perform on The Ed Sullivan Show (the biggest show on TV at the time).
50 years ago tomorrow: The Beatles' first appearance on the Ed Sullivan show
Tomorrow will be 50 years ago that the Beatles were on the Ed Sullivan show. Do you know who the Beatles were. If so please comment.
50 years ago: the Beatles land in America & play 'The Ed Sullivan Show'
Going to the Ed Sullivan show tomorrow.
The 50th anniversary of the Beatles on The Ed Sullivan show is tomorrow. In celebration this is an ad from the Huntsville Times. I remember "The Continentals" wearing these at a dance at Bradley's during the height of Beatlemania.
This weekend in 1964: Beatlemania hit Chattanooga! WFLI was playing their records, Channel 3 started their own band, and all eyes were on the Ed Sullivan Show. Memories of Beatles cartoons, the Four Ticks, and two amazing songs in my new blog. Read & share!
In honor of The Beatles performing on "The Ed Sullivan Show" 50 years ago, here are some of my "Beatles guitars."
Watch all three appearances as recorded live on the Ed Sullivan Show in 1964, :) Greg Charle…
What was it like to see The Beatles take the stage at the Ed Sullivan show? One many that was there tells us here:
On February 7, 1964, 73 million Americans tuned in to The Ed Sullivan Show. Tuning up to the sound of screaming girls, The Beatles's first notes blasted across the airwaves -- and America was hooked. Vince Calandra was the program coordinator for The Ed Sullivan Show at the time. He reflec...
Did not know the Ed Sullivan show is now the David Letterman show thanks Beatles Grammy Salute commercials
We're a few days away from the 50th anniversary (Feb. 9) of The Beatles' landmark performance on "The Ed Sullivan Show," and we want to hear from you. Have a memory of the group? What about a piece of memorabilia you want to show off? Submit it below and spread the Beatle love.
When the appeared on the Ed Sullivan show it changed rock music forever. We look at Music City's connections to the Fab Four, Tonight on
Huge Beatlemania activities here at the Grand Hyatt in NYC.. Celebrating the 50 year anniversary og the Ed Sullivan show. Great place to people watch! Off to the airport... Heading home!
Excited to see Ed Sullivan show at the
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Beatles' road to rock history started before 'Ed Sullivan Show'
50 years ago, everybody was going crazy for the Beatles while they were getting ready to perform on the Ed Sullivan Show
Ringo reflects on visiting America in February 1964 and performing on the Ed Sullivan Show.
.explains how the earthshaking debut on "The Ed Sullivan Show" sent him on a mission for a guitar http:…
"Topo Gigio On The Ed Sullivan Show" -Remembering Ed Sullivan too on this historic weekend!
On this day in 1964 tickets for The Beatles' first live Ed Sullivan Show broadcast in New York sold out http:…
50 years ago this weekend the Beatles arrived in the US. I'm watching the Ed Sullivan show today to celebrate.
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Today in Beatlemania: toured NYC before playing the Ed Sullivan Show.
1964: Shortly after 1:00 p.m. EST, Pan Am Yankee Clipper flight number 101 lands at New York City's John F. Kennedy International Airport. Over 3,000 screaming fans, many in tears, are waiting to greet the Beatles as they arrive for their first American tour (and an appearance on CBS' Ed Sullivan Show). On the same day, Baskin-Robbins responds to the furor by introducing a flavor of ice cream called "Beatle-Nut."
I find it VERY interesting that Justin Bieber hasn't weighed in on Woody Allen's silence over the Beatles' Ed Sullivan Show anniversary.
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?
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.
Ken Ehrlich producer of The Grammys Show and The Beatles Tribute (creator of Sound Stage, WTTW, Chicago) announcing the guests who will be paying tribute to the Beatles, A Grammy Salute! The stage is a reproduction of the Ed Sullivan Show!
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 ...
*** 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...
"Seven Minutes That Transformed the Music Industry" – reprinted as is from Music Trades Magazine. By Brian Majeski. What a great article. Thank you Brian and Music Trades Magazine. At 8 p.m. Eastern Standard Time, February 9, 1964, 60% of American households were tuned in to the Ed Sullivan Show, anxiously awaiting their first glimpse of a musical group from Liverpool, England that had already created a sensation across the Atlantic. After Sullivan's brief introduction, Paul McCartney led the count-off to "All My Loving." Seven minutes later the Beatles concluded the set with "She Loves You," the studio audience exploded, and the nation's musical sensibilities experienced a seismic shock. Fifty years later, the music products industry still reverberates with the Beatles' influence, and it's hard to underestimate the impact they had on music, the role of the artist, and the popularity of the guitar. The day after the Beatles' Ed Sullivan debut, a generation of young Americans awoke with an irrepressib .. ...
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."
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!
Is it really 50 years ago that the stormed America? Via
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
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
Who's up for some What legendary rock group was banned from The Ed Sullivan Show today in 1967?
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"
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
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