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  • Jul 14, 1957
    Marvin Rainwater sings "Gonna Find Me A Bluebird" on the CBS prime-time program "The Ed Sullivan Show"
    Aug 4, 1957
    The Everly Brothers appear on CBS-TV's "The Ed Sullivan Show," singing "Bye Bye Love" and "Wake Up Little Susie" from New York City
    Sep 8, 1957
    Jimmie Rodgers sings "Honeycomb" on "The Ed Sullivan Show." Others who appear on the show, live from New York, include Paul Anka, Della Reese and The Chordettes
    Sep 22, 1957
    Bobby Helms performs "My Special Angel" in New York on CBS' "The Ed Sullivan Show." Elsewhere on the telecast, pop singer Jo Stafford covers Hank Williams' "Jambalaya (On The Bayou)"
    Oct 6, 1957
    The Everly Brothers perform "Wake Up Little Susie" during their third appearance of the year on "The Ed Sullivan Show." Also appearing: Danny Thomas, Kate Smith and Eva Marie Saint
    Nov 3, 1957
    Jimmie Rodgers makes a return appearance on "The Ed Sullivan Show," performing "Honeycomb" and "Kisses Sweeter Than Wine" on the CBS program. Also in the lineup are Sam Cooke and Paul Anka
    Nov 17, 1957
    Gene Vincent makes his first TV appearance on "The Ed Sullivan Show." Traditional pop vocalist Georgia Gibbs also guests, performing "Great Balls Of Fire"
    Dec 1, 1957
    Buddy Holly makes his TV debut on "The Ed Sullivan Show," singing "That'll Be The Day." Sam Cooke sings "You Send Me" on the same program, while Bobby Helms delivers "My Special Angel"
    Jan 5, 1958
    The Everly Brothers perform "Wake Up Little Susie" in New York on CBS' weekly program "The Ed Sullivan Show." The episode also features pop singer Johnnie Ray
    Jan 26, 1958
    Jimmie Rodgers sings "Oh-Oh, I'm Falling In Love Again" on "The Ed Sullivan Show." Buddy Holly also appears on the CBS program, with Holly's producer, Norman Petty, watching from the audience




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