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  • Jan 13, 1963
    Brenda Lee makes her third appearance on CBS-TV's "The Ed Sullivan Show," singing "All Alone Am I"
    May 12, 1963
    Bob Dylan takes a legendary stance, refusing to appear on "The Ed Sullivan Show" when the CBS host requests he not play "Talkin' John Birch Society Blues." Brenda Lee, however, remains on the bill
    Dec 29, 1963
    Hank Williams Jr. makes his first appearance on the CBS-TV series "The Ed Sullivan Show" from New York, singing "Jambalaya (On The Bayou)," "Your Cheatin' Heart," "Long Gone Lonesome Blues" and "Cold, Cold Heart"
    Jan 26, 1964
    Eddy Arnold performs from New York on CBS-TV's "The Ed Sullivan Show"
    Feb 9, 1964
    The Beatles appear on "The Ed Sullivan Show" for the first time. The event inspires Clint Black guitarist Hayden Nicholas to become a musician
    Oct 11, 1964
    Roy Orbison performs "Oh, Pretty Woman" on "The Ed Sullivan Show." The episode's entertainment also includes Connie Francis and the Harlem Globetrotters
    Oct 18, 1964
    British rock band The Animals appears on "The Ed Sullivan Show," singing "The House Of The Rising Sun." In 1981, Dolly Parton revives the song as a country hit
    Nov 15, 1964
    The British pop duo Peter And Gordon makes its American TV debut on CBS' "The Ed Sullivan Show." Asher goes on to produce country hits such as "Blue Bayou" and "Love Is A Rose" for Linda Ronstadt
    May 2, 1965
    Future country hitmaker Tom Jones makes his American TV debut, performing on CBS' "The Ed Sullivan Show." Also appearing that evening: Dusty Springfield, The Rolling Stones and comedian Totie Fields
    May 30, 1965
    The Animals play the Jimmy Reed song "Bright Lights, Big City" on "The Ed Sullivan Show." The song will become a country hit for Sonny James in 1971. Sullivan's entertainment for the evening also includes Wayne Newton and Connie Francis




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