On Feburary 9 1964 the Beatles appeared on the Ed Sullivan Show and thus in that moment four young men from Liverpool conquered America and the World. The event is being celebrated on the 50th anniversary in many forms. The original American albums are now available in all their digitally remastered splendor, and on Itunes, the 2014 Grammy Awards ceremony made a two tiered celebration, on the night of the grammy awards Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr reunited on stage and performed “Queenie Eye” off McCartney’s New record, Ringo also performed his classic song Photograph. Then on February 9 the Grammy committee is hosting a tribute show to 50 years of the Beatles which will be aired on CBS at precisely the same time as they originally aired way back in 1964. The Grammy show itself was dominated by the Beatles as McCartney won the award for best rock song with his collaboration with Dave Grohl, Kris Novaselic and Pat Smear called “Cut me some Slack” from the Sound City soundtrack. The Beatles are still viable 50 years after they arrived on these shores. McCartney will be touring this year in support of his new album, Ringo is working on a new record also and will also be touring in 2014. Long live the legacy of this band as it seems they will never lose their luster…..