An astounding 73 million Americans watched The Beatles rock "The Ed Sullivan Show" for the first time exactly 50 years ago today on February 9, 1964. The online extension of Billboard Magazine, billboard.biz is the essential online destination for the music business. Fronted by their charismatic-but-unpredictable singer Jim Morrison, the group had recently scored its first No. Band members have given varying accounts of whether they ever agreed to change the line or not, but there’s no denying what happened live on the air. The Doors would go on to other television appearances, and a career that encompassed hit albums like Strange Days and L.A.


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Sullivan was known for presenting many historic acts:  from the wildly screaming young fans watching Elvis go through his gyrations all the way through an incredible three consecutive Sundays when he featured The Beatles in February, 1964.
Jim Henson and his Muppets made many appearances in the show (25) but the king of all of them was the Canadian comedy team of Wayne and Schuster (58 appearances).  Other frequent guests were the puppet mouse Topo Gigio (50), comedian Jack Carter (49) and opera star Roberta Peters (41). Here is a long forgotten guest who made many appearances on the show.  Do you know who she is? Sign up to have exclusive VIP Club contests, events, coupons, presales, and much more delivered to you for FREE.


But the Doors’ performance that night would live on in a very different way, resulting in the group being banned from the show in perpetuity. Morrison’s increasing volatility and unreliability due to drinking and drugs slowly ate at the group, and the Doors performed their last concert together on Dec.
12, 1970.  Jim Morrison was found dead in a bathtub in Paris on July 3, 1971 at the age of 27.



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