55 Years ago this week the Beatles did a live show at Shea Stadium in Flushing, NY

The Beatles Live At Shea Stadium Flushing, NY August 15, 1965. Ed Sullivan introduces the Beatles. Over 55,000 people scream through the entire half hour set.

1. Intro 0:00
2. Twist And Shout 2:06
3. She’s A Woman 3:27
4. I Feel Fine 6:30
5. Dizzy Miss Lizzy 9:01
6. Ticket To Ride 12:16
7. Everybody’s Trying To Be My Baby 14:30
8. Act Naturally 14:49
9. Can’t Buy Me Love 17:54
10. Baby’s In Black 20:29
11. A Hard Day’s Night 23:11
12. Help! 26:12
13. I’m Down 28:52
14. Outro 30:59

Radio Pallie John Pizzarelli on his weekly Facebook show

Jazz great John Pizzarelli does a weekly show on Facebook Thursday nights at 6PM playing jazz guitar and singing.

Joan Rivers “Marriage” on The Ed Sullivan Show

An early career appearance by Joan Rivers on the Ed Sullivan Show from Sept. 11, 1966. She had appeared on the Tonight Show with Johnny Carson for the first time in 1965.

WABC 77 New York – Dan Ingram – May 9 1975 – Radio Aircheck

A few minutes with the best Top 40 DJ of all time, Dan Ingram from May 9, 1975 on WABC 77 in New York. Thanks to Ellis Feaster for posting classic airchecks of the long gone Top 40 format on his YouTube channel.

Tony Lema “Right Elbow Golf Swing Tip” on The Ed Sullivan Show

Ed always had sports stars on the show being a former sportswriter himself. Here’s one of the top golfers of the 60’s “Champagne” Tony Lema giving a short golf tip on the Ed Sullivan Show on Feb. 2, 1966.

Patti Page “Night And Day” on The Ed Sullivan Show

One of the greats, the “Singing Rage, Patti Page” on the Ed Sullivan Show from 7-22-62.

Rodney Dangerfield “Tired, Busy & No Respect” on The Ed Sullivan Show

Another early Rodney Dangerfield appearance on the Ed Sullivan Show from 2-18-68.

Pallie Deana Martin’s Friday Internet Show 8-14-20

Alan King “Airline Disasters” on The Ed Sullivan Show

The great Alan King talking about the airlines on the Ed Sullivan Show February 28, 1965.

Brandy (You’re a Fine Girl) Acappella

This song was all over the radio in 1972 and is one of the Top 40 classics of all time. Here’s a great new rendition done acapella style by Elliot Lurie of Looking Glass and Yonge Guns Quartet.