The Beatles special airing Sunday night looks to be an excellent one, with many musical giants from all genres paying homage to the Fab Four.

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The show, "A Grammy Salute To The Beatles" will air at the exact time America first glimpsed the Beatles on the Ed Sullivan show 50 years ago.  Paul and Ringo will perform Beatles songs together and apart, with a little help from their friends like Dave Grohl of the Foo Fighters, Stevie Wonder, ELO's Jeff Lynne, Joe Walsh, plus pop stars Alicia Keys, Katie Perry and John Legend, with Keith Urban and Brad Paisley representing the Country world.  David Letterman, whose show is filmed every night at the Ed Sullivan Theatre will also interview Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr.

It should be a great night of music and memories.  Then of course after the show airs, turn up I-95 at 11 pm to hear "Sgt. Pepper" in its entirety as the Album of the Week!