Tuesday Feb 18
Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr reunite at the 'Grammy's Salute to the Beatles'
Fifty years ago, on February 9, 1964, the Beatles were introduced to America on the Ed Sullivan Show and in order to celebrate, the "Grammy's Salute to the Beatles" was televised marking the reunion of the remaining Beatles - Sir Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr after their prolonged break-up.
Red Deer Advocate
Fifty years later, people still remember that night
In this Feb. 9, 1964, photo, Paul McCartney, right, shows his bass guitar to host Ed Sullivan before the Beatles' first live television appearance on The Ed Sullivan Show in New York.
The Beatles Celebrate 50 Years of Music
Once upon as time myself and radio colleagues Dave Hoeffel and Tom Cunningham, whom you may know from " The Bruce Brunch ," lost a softball bet to the Mahoney Brothers, and had to sing "I Wanna Hold Your Hand" in front of a capacity crowd at Kuser Park.
New Hampshire Public Radio -
The Beatles, As America First Loved Them
It's been 50 years since The Beatles first appeared on Ed Sullivan, to an audience of screaming, hair-pulling, ecstatic teenage girls.
The Macon Telegraph
Loved them, needed them in 64 Middle Georgians share Beatles...
On the evening of Feb. 9, 1964, Gail Terry -- all of 11 years old -- told everyone at choir practice that she was sick and needed to go home.