A concert commemorating 50th Anniversary of Beatles at Ed Sullivan Theater
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A concert commemorating 50th Anniversary of Beatles at Ed Sullivan Theater

    1. Christopher Rowland
    2. Petition by

      Christopher Rowland

      Flemington, NJ

Paul, Ringo, Julian Lennon, Sean Lennon, and Dhani Harrison should play a commemorative concert.

The “Ed Sullivan Show” performances introduced the Beatles to the United States and are regarded by many in this country as the beginning of the Beatles immeasurably influential career in the international arena. Moreover, the performances are often cited as being “the beginning of the ‘60s”, and, as such, they ushered in a new age in the cultural history of the United States and the world.

Coming less than three months after the assassination of President Kennedy, the performances ended a period of mourning in the United States and heralded a new birth of creativity, experimentation, self expression, and discovery. These performances were important to our country and the world and they need to be commemorated, celebrated, and given new life on the occasion of their fiftieth anniversary.

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    1. Reached 50 signatures


    Reasons for signing

    • Grace McCauley LAPEER, MI
      • 10 months ago

      Love the beatles

    • Angela Presti LAPEER, MI
      • 10 months ago

      Because it's remembering something that is great, and we need more moments like this in the world.

    • Ellen Schock FORT MYERS, FL
      • 10 months ago

      Mandatory as fans are paramount and we don't live forever and neither do the surviving Beatles! HISTORY

    • edward michno WINSTED, CT
      • 11 months ago

      i think it schould happen ive said for years this would be a huge success and i think they schould even follow it up with a new cd

    • Cheryl Patrick FT WALTON BCH, FL
      • about 1 year ago

      Greatest group ever!


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