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Celebrations are in order with the Golden Jubilee of the seven time Grammy Award winner, The Beatles. As a tribute to their performance AEG Ehrlich Ventures, CBS along with The Recording Academy would be presenting "The Night That Changed America: A GRAMMY Salute To The Beatles" in January 2014. Don’t miss out the opportunity to be a part of one of the greatest moments in the history of television and music industry. The Night That Changed America tickets are selling swiftly. Get your tickets soon to re-live the music that entertained fans for fifty years. At the event, renowned artists would be performing cover songs to commemorate the notable legacy of the quartet. The show would include moments starting from the groundbreaking first appearance of The Beatles on The Ed Sullivan Show to all their popular songs in the past fifty years. In order to highlight the historical and cultural impact of this legendary group, numerous presenters would also summarize the study of the musical performances of the group.
The Beatles, known by their nick Fab Four emerged first in 1964 on "The Ed Sullivan Show". The show soon ranked amongst the most watched television shows of that time. The group used to perform during the variety hour of the show. The Fab Four became so popular that just to watch those five songs, seventy-four million fans used to tune in for the show every Sunday. After three performances on Sunday shows, their song I Want to Hold Your Hand made its way to the top of the charts. Their first appearance on the show is marked as a high point in American pop culture. It was also considered as the commencement of invasion by the British in the music industry.
The Beatles released popular albums such as ‘Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band’, ‘Abbey Road’, ‘Revolver’, ‘Rubber Soul’ and many more. With one hundred seventy seven million units, the Beatles were categorized as the ‘best-selling band in the United States’ by the RIAA. The group ranked the highest on the list of the Billboard magazine’s “Hot 100” in 2008. They hold the highest position on the Hot 100 with twenty number one hits as of 2013. The group has earned quite a lot of awards during their career including an Academy Award for ‘Best Original Score’, fifteen Ivor Novello Awards and more. EMI recorded the sales of the group to an approximate number of one billion units. As per the compilation in Time magazine regarding the ‘20th century's 100 most influential people’ they were categorized as the ‘best selling brand’.
Critics and historians consider the appearance of The Beatles in The Ed Sullivan Show a memorable moments recorded in television and music industry. According to the CEO of The Recording Academy Neil Portnow, "The Beatles are one of music's most iconic groups”. They earned their first two Grammy awards in 1964 that included the one for the category ‘Best New Artist’. Neil Portnow also adds that given the grandness of the night, Grammy Award Function is the suitable platform to praise the legacy of this larger than life group’s long lasting music.
The producer of AEG Ehrlich Ventures Ken Ehrlich states that the appearance of the Beatles on 'The Ed Sullivan Show’ made the show historic. He adds that it doesn’t matter if one was born in that era to have actually seen the show or have just known about it the entire life. The Beatles set a milestone in 1964. CBS Entertainment executive vice president Jack Sussman states that the first performance of The Beatles marked the ‘beginning of a new era in music’. He also adds that the Grammy Award winning artists are thrilled to honor this renowned group.
All star cast of Grammy is striving to celebrate that pivotal moment exactly after fifty years to the day, date and time. "The Night That Changed America: A GRAMMY Salute To The Beatles" would be held at the Los Angeles Convention Center that is known for its world class service experience. The venue is known for its state of the art technology, architectural designs and outstanding functionality. What better place to accolade the legendary group than a world class city such as Los Angeles. The Night That Changed America tickets are available now and are high in demand. Everyone wants to be a part of this momentous event, don’t miss out the opportunity and book your seat now.