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  • Tuesday, November 30th, 2010

    Bobbie Gentry on The Ed Sullivan Show

    December 27, 2010 marks the 40th anniversary of the 5th and final appearance on The Ed Sullivan Show of Bobbie Gentry, one of the most interesting and entertaining singer/songwriters to emerge from the late ‘60’s.  Although often categorized as a country singer, Gentry’s blend of rock, pop, country and folk actually found its greatest success on the pop music charts. By the time of Gentry’s first appearance on the show on December 27, 1967,...
  • Wednesday, November 24th, 2010

    EdSullivan.com Black Friday & Cyber Monday DVD Deals

    In celebration of Black Friday & Cyber Monday EdSullivan.com will be offering a FREE DVD of The Best of The Ed Sullivan Show - Ed’s Outrageous Moments with any purchase over $50 and also a FREE The 4 Complete Ed Sullivan Shows Starring The Beatles DVD with any...
  • Wednesday, November 24th, 2010

    Bob Dylan on The Ed Sullivan Show

    Many people often wonder why wasn’t Bob Dylan on The Ed Sullivan Show without knowing how close he actually was to making a performance.  Here is how the Bob Dylan Ed Sullivan Show story unfolded: In May of 1963, Bob Dylan was still an aspiring young musician who was preparing for the release of his 2nd album The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan.  At this point in his career, Dylan had received little national attention.  It seemed if that was all about...
  • Monday, November 22nd, 2010

    Ed Sullivan DVD Deals

    Black Friday came a little early this year at EdSullivan.com. To celebrate the holidays and get ready for the gift giving season EdSullivan.com is now offering a number of special deals and prices on our DVD collections and gift packages.  These Ed Sullivan DVD compilations include all of the best artists from The Ed Sullivan Show such as The Beatles on Ed Sullivan, Elvis Presley on Ed Sullivan, The Jackson 5 on Ed Sullivan,
  • Tuesday, November 16th, 2010

    Beatles on iTunes

    Almost ten years after the launch of iTunes, the Beatles have landed. This morning Apple officially announced that the Beatles’ music catalogue would be available in their online music store. Apple said on its website “In 1964, the band that changed everything came to America. Now they’re on iTunes.” This comes after a long holdout by The Fab Four, who have been reluctant to allow their...
  • Tuesday, November 9th, 2010

    Jim Morrison & The Doors on The Ed Sullivan Show

    Earlier today it was all over the news and blogosphere that Jim Morrison is about to receive a posthumous pardon almost 40 years after being convicted of exposing himself on stage during The Doors 1969 show at Miami's Key Auditorium. That got me thinking...
  • Wednesday, November 3rd, 2010

    Michael Jackson & The Jackson 5 on The Ed Sullivan Show

    On December 14, 1969 The Ed Sullivan Show introduced the country to Michael Jackson and the rest of The Jackson 5.  These brothers from Gary, Indiana with their sound and magnetic energy would go on to capture the hearts of fans of all ages around the world. Ed Sullivan had taken notice of The Jackson 5 when their debut single started climbing the charts in 1969. Always a supporter of Motown, Ed wanted to book the boys...
  • Friday, October 29th, 2010

    Elvis on The Ed Sullivan Show – 1956

    On this day in 1956, Elvis Presley stepped on The Ed Sullivan Show stage and made music history with his iconic performance of "Hound Dog."  The date was October 28th, 1956. Elvis Presley was in New York to make...
  • Tuesday, October 26th, 2010

    The Rolling Stones on The Ed Sullivan Show

    On October 25, 1964, just over eight months after The Beatles historic performance, The Rolling Stones made their first appearance on The Ed Sullivan Show.  The bad boys of rock n roll were fresh of the release of their third album  “12 X 5” and they knew there was no better way to promote it to an American...