The Beatles’ 50th anniversary tribute

by Robbie Hadley | Staff Writer
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On Feb. 9, 1964, The Beatles made their first appearance in the United States on “The Ed Sullivan Show.” Exactly 50 years after that historic performance, Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr, the two living members of the Beatles, got back where they belonged. Along with a plethora of other noted celebrities, they returned to that same stage to pay tribute to the band that changed music. The performances ranged from Imagine Dragons’ version of  “Revolution” to Ed Sheeran’s version of  “In My Life.” Every performer offered their individual takes on the now classic songs given to us by the Fab Four. The show ended with a reunion of the two remaining Beatles singing “With a Little Help from My Friends” and “Hey Jude.” Overall, it paid proper tribute to this great band.

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