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  • Nov 12, 1967
    The Turtles appear on CBS-TV's "The Ed Sullivan Show," performing the future T.G. Sheppard hit "Happy Together"
    Dec 24, 1967
    Bobbie Gentry performs "Ode To Billie Joe" on "The Ed Sullivan Show." Broadcast from New York, the CBS telecast also features The Muppets, The Cowsills, Arthur Godfrey and George Carlin
    Feb 18, 1968
    Bobbie Gentry makes a return appearance on CBS-TV's "The Ed Sullivan Show," along with pianist Paul Mauriat, Rodney Dangerfield and The Muppets
    Mar 17, 1968
    The Bee Gees make their American television debut on CBS' "The Ed Sullivan Show." They perform "Words," destined to become a country hit for Susie Allanson
    Mar 24, 1968
    Jimmy Dean performs "To A Sleeping Beauty" from New York on CBS' "The Ed Sullivan Show." The evening also features The Supremes, who offer a piece of "Ain't Misbehavin'" during a Fats Waller medley
    Apr 21, 1968
    Future country hitmaker Tom Jones sings the recent Ray Price hit "Danny Boy" on CBS-TV's "The Ed Sullivan Show"
    Nov 24, 1968
    Dusty Springfield sings "Son-Of-A Preacher Man" from New York on CBS' telecast of "The Ed Sullivan Show." The Country Music Foundation's "Heartaches By The Number" ranks her recording among the 500 greatest country singles of all-time
    Dec 8, 1968
    The Association appears on "The Ed Sullivan Show," performing "Never My Love," a song that becomes a country hit for Vern Gosdin 10 years later. The episode also features Ray Charles, Liza Minnelli and comedian Richard Pryor
    Mar 9, 1969
    Jeannie C. Riley sings "Harper Valley P.T.A." on "The Ed Sullivan Show." The CBS program also features Creedence Clearwater Revival, including future Southern Pacific member Stu Cook
    Mar 16, 1969

    CBS-TV's "The Ed Sullivan Show" highlights a small group of Nashville-based musicians: Chet Atkins, Boots Randolph and Floyd Cramer. Also on the show: Ed Ames and Janis Joplin

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