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Beatles on Ed Sullivan

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The Story Behind The Beatles on Ed Sullivan. by Bruce Spizer, Beatles author and historian. On Sunday, Feb. 9, 1964, over 73 million Americans gathered around television sets to see what all the excitement was about.

The Beatles On Ed Sullivan — Feature Story
The Beatles on Abbey Road is an award winning site that offers the Beatle fan everything that she or he needs. The site is visually awesome and jammed with content.

Products Page | Ed Sullivan Show
On February 9 1964, The Beatles, starring Lennon & McCartney, made history with their first live television performance in the USA on The Ed Sullivan Show.

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Today in Beatles History - Internet Beatles Album
Today in Beatles History. October 11 1956 Blair Cunningham is born at Memphis, Tennessee. 1962 'Love Me Do' enters the favorite songs ranking published by 'Record Retailer'.

WSGS News
October 9, 1880 - Elmer Gabbard was born. The well known doctor was the former president of Buckhorn School. October 9, 1955 - "Five Guns West" opened at Hazard's Grand Vue Drive-In.

Tom Wolk - Wikipedia
Tom "T-Bone" Wolk (December 24, 1951 – February 28, 2010) was an American musician and bassist for the music duo Hall & Oates and a member of the Saturday Night Live house band.

Bruce Springsteen Inducts Steven Van Zandt Into N.J. Hall ...
Bruce Springsteen did the honors of inducting Little Steven Van Zandt into the New Jersey Hall of Fame last night (May 6) at Asbury Park's Paramount Theatre. While the appearance was previously ...

Eric Carmen | Biography
A kid from the suburbs of Cleveland trying to incorporate every musical influence he ever loved, from Rachmaninoff to the Beatles to The Who to the Beach Boys to the Byrds to the Ronettes to the Small Faces, crammed into three and a half minute, teenage symphonies to lust, love and God.

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