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  • Tuesday, February 1st, 2022

    The Ed Sullivan Show Celebrates Black History Month

    Black History Month is an annual observance to remind America to celebrate and discover the integral role that Blacks have played in our country. When it came to giving talented Black artists a platform, most would agree that The Ed Sullivan Show was that very place.

  • Friday, December 17th, 2021

    Top 10 Most Viewed Ed Sullivan Show YouTube Videos In 2021

    As we get ready to jump into the New Year, we can’t look ahead without looking back at some of our biggest moments of the year. Here’s a list of our Top 10 most viewed videos of 2021! 10 . The Animals “House Of The Rising Sun” (October 18, 1964) The Animals made their debut […]

  • Friday, December 10th, 2021

    ‘West Side Story’ On The Ed Sullivan Show

    If you are a fan of Broadway musicals and theater, then you came to the right place!  In celebration of Steven Spielberg’s latest motion picture West Side Story we’ve decided to look at some of our favorite West Side Story performances from The Ed Sullivan Show. We hope you enjoy these memorable performances and be […]

  • Tuesday, November 30th, 2021

    Holidays On The Ed Sullivan Show

    It’s that time of year again, and The Ed Sullivan Show is getting into the holiday spirit. As we begin to prepare for 2022, we’d like to take a look back at some of our favorite holiday moments from the show. We hope you enjoy these performances and have a great holiday season! Thank you […]

  • Thursday, November 11th, 2021

    The Ed Sullivan Show Commemorates Veterans Day

    Throughout the program’s historic 23 year run, U.S. military personnel stationed at home or serving around the world were honored on The Ed Sullivan Show. From active soldiers introduced on stage, to shows hosted at military bases, The Ed Sullivan Show honored the people that defended our country.  In commemoration of Veterans Day we’ve compiled 10 […]

  • Friday, October 1st, 2021

    Performers Who Appeared Most On The Ed Sullivan Show

    From 1948 to 1971, The Ed Sullivan Show welcomed hundreds of performers from around the world to its stage.  Some talent performed only once, while others made multiple appearances during the show’s amazing 23 year run!  Below, we’ve compiled a list of the top recurring performers on the show, and you might be surprised by […]

  • Thursday, August 26th, 2021

    The Ed Sullivan Show Releases Newly Remastered Performances in HD

    In an effort to showcase The Ed Sullivan Show in the highest possible quality, we have remastered many of the most notable performances in High Definition. We’re bringing you the best quality performances we have to offer culled from our vast archives. We hope you enjoy seeing these stars in even greater detail and remember to be on the lookout for newly posted performances every week!

  • Friday, July 23rd, 2021

    From Olympic Stardom To The Ed Sullivan Show

    The Ed Sullivan Show welcomed talent from all realms including the world’s greatest sports figures and Olympians. In honor of the upcoming 2020 Tokyo Summer Olympics, we’ve decided to pay homage to the many Olympic champions who appeared on the show.

  • Monday, June 21st, 2021

    Famous Locations From The Ed Sullivan Show

    When people think about the Ed Sullivan Show they associate great entertainment, New York City and, of course, Broadway! Although New York and the Sullivan show are the home base we all know, the show over its 23 years traveled the world. From European locations to casinos to islands, Ed wanted everyone to have an opportunity to enjoy the magic of the performances in person at notable venues. Today we’re going to recount some of the most iconic locations from where The Ed Sullivan Show was broadcast.

  • Friday, May 14th, 2021

    Contemporary Artist Inspiration from The Ed Sullivan Show

    In a culture that revolves around measuring talent and ability, we often forget about the important role of inspiration. Inspiration can open us to new possibilities by allowing us to transform our ordinary experiences and push our own limitations. The Ed Sullivan Show was not just a variety show, it was a pool of inspiration that everyone wanted to jump into. To this day, it still inspires people from all walks of life, and even some of the biggest stars in the world. Today we’d like to share with you just some of the many artists that drew inspiration from the amazing talent that appeared on the show.