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  • Nov 8, 1959
    Johnny Mathis sings the pop classic "Misty" on CBS-TV's "The Ed Sullivan Show." The song is destined to become a 1975 country hit for Ray Stevens
    Jan 13, 1960
    Jimmie Davis reverses plans to guest on a February edition of "The Ed Sullivan Show" on CBS. Intending to run for governor of Louisiana, an appearance would have likely required his rival receive equal broadcast time
    May 1, 1960
    Johnny Horton performs "Sink The Bismarck" on CBS-TV's "The Ed Sullivan Show" from New York
    May 8, 1960
    The Browns perform "The Old Lamplighter" from New York during an installment of CBS-TV's "The Ed Sullivan Show"
    Feb 19, 1961
    Bill Black's Combo performs an instrumental medley on "The Ed Sullivan Show." The medley includes a version of "Don't Be Cruel," a song on which Black played bass for his former employer, Elvis Presley
    Oct 29, 1961
    The Everly Brothers appear on "The Ed Sullivan Show," along with comedian George Gobel and Broadway star Robert Goulet
    Nov 5, 1961
    Jimmy Dean performs "Big Bad John" in New York for CBS' "The Ed Sullivan Show"
    Nov 12, 1961
    Brenda Lee sings "Fool #1" on CBS' variety series "The Ed Sullivan Show." Also on the broadcast from New York: The Ames Brothers and Pearl Bailey
    Feb 18, 1962
    With a weekend pass from the Marines, The Everly Brothers perform "Crying In The Rain" on "The Ed Sullivan Show" in their full military uniforms
    May 27, 1962
    Jackie Wilson appears on "The Ed Sullivan Show" singing "Lonely Teardrops," a future country hit for Narvel Felts. The evening's lineup also includes pop singer Connie Francis and baseball star Hank Greenberg

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