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The Night That Changed America: A Grammy Salute to the Beatles

BEATLEMANIA, TAKE 2: Quickly after the beloved Beatles received a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Grammys, film, TV and music stars alike gathered on Monday night for the The Recording Academy's taping of The Night That Changed America: A Grammy Salute to the Beatles. Maroon 5 began the show, re-creating the start of history's treasured memory of the Ed Sullivan Show on Feb 9, 1964. They kicked it all off with "All My Loving," followed by "Ticket to Ride." Alicia Keys and John Legend joined together to play "Let It Be." Katy Perry sang "Yesterday." Perry's beau, John Mayer, performed "Don't Let Me Down" with Keith Urban. Gary Clark Jr. and Joe Walsh appropriately shredded  away on "As My Guitar Gently Weeps."  Eurythmics' Annie Lennox and Dave Stewart reunited for "The Fool on the Hill." Dave Grohl and Jeff Lynne rocked out to "Hey, Bulldog." The late George Harrison's son Dhani joined Lynne and Joe Walsh to pay tribute to his dad with "Something." Stevie Wonder performed "We Can Work It Out," followed by three songs from a solo Ringo Starr, including "Yellow Submarine." McCartney then took the stage for five songs by himself before uniting with Starr for an epic ending, including "Hey Jude." Tune in to CBS on the 50th anniversary, 2/9, from 8-10pm ET/PT. (1/28p)

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