Remembering Ed Sullivan: A Video Playlist

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Remembering Ed Sullivan: A Video Playlist

When Ed Sullivan died on this date in 1974, he was 73 years old, but it seemed as though he’d been around forever, if only because he’d helped to bring so much amazing music to the masses through his variety show. In celebration of his life, we’ve put together a collection of classic performances by 10 artists from our catalog who appeared on The Ed Sullivan Show, and we’ve also put together a Spotify playlist featuring those same songs for your listening enjoyment. First, though, you really should check out the clips and get a better feel for just how much awesome entertainment Sullivan provided us in his time.

The Four Seasons, “Big Girls Don’t Cry”

Ike & Tina Turner, “Proud Mary”

Sonny & Cher, “I Got You Babe”

Ray Charles, “What’d I Say”

The Doors, “Light My Fire”

The Everly Brothers, “Walk Right Back”

Tommy James & The Shondells, “Crimson & Clover”

Tiny Tim, “Earth Angel”

Bee Gees, “Words:

Young Rascals, “Good Lovin’”