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  • Oct 31, 1957
    Jimmie Rodgers performs "Honeycomb" on the CBS telecast of "Shower Of Stars." Among others in the show are Betty White, Jack Benny, Groucho Marx, Lawrence Welk and Carol Channing
    Nov 3, 1957
    Jimmie Rodgers makes a return appearance on "The Ed Sullivan Show," performing "Honeycomb" and "Kisses Sweeter Than Wine" on the CBS program. Also in the lineup are Sam Cooke and Paul Anka
    Nov 17, 1957
    Gene Vincent makes his first TV appearance on "The Ed Sullivan Show." Traditional pop vocalist Georgia Gibbs also guests, performing "Great Balls Of Fire"
    Dec 1, 1957
    Buddy Holly makes his TV debut on "The Ed Sullivan Show," singing "That'll Be The Day." Sam Cooke sings "You Send Me" on the same program, while Bobby Helms delivers "My Special Angel"
    Dec 8, 1957
    The Platters perform "Only You (And You Alone)" from New York on CBS' "The Ed Sullivan Show." The song is destined to become a country hit for Reba McEntire
    Jan 5, 1958
    The Everly Brothers perform "Wake Up Little Susie" in New York on CBS' weekly program "The Ed Sullivan Show." The episode also features pop singer Johnnie Ray
    Jan 26, 1958
    Jimmie Rodgers sings "Oh-Oh, I'm Falling In Love Again" on "The Ed Sullivan Show." Buddy Holly also appears on the CBS program, with Holly's producer, Norman Petty, watching from the audience
    Mar 2, 1958
    The Everly Brothers perform on CBS-TV's weekly variety series "The Ed Sullivan Show" from New York
    Mar 9, 1958
    The Everly Brothers sing "Wake Up Little Susie" and "Be-Bop-A-Lula" on "The Ed Sullivan Show." The lineup for the CBS program, telecast live from New York, also features Jo Stafford
    Mar 29, 1958
    Les Paul backs out of an appearance on CBS-TV's "The Jimmy Dean Show" while he recovers from pneumonia

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