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Watch: John Mayer and Keith Urban Sing ‘Don’t Let Me Down’ During “The Beatles: The Night That Changed America A GRAMMY Salute”
John Mayer and Keith Urban teamed up for an amazing performance of “Don’t Let Me Down” during “The Beatles: The Night That Changed America A GRAMMY Salute,” which aired Sunday night on CBS, to honor the band’s 50th anniversary in America!!
On Feb. 9, 1964, the British invaded America in a way that made pop-culture history. The broadcast of “The Beatles: The Night That Changed America A GRAMMY Salute” was timed to be exactly 50 years to the day, date, time and network of the original time the band gave their first U.S. television performance on “The Ed Sullivan Show.”
The show featured the two living Beatles: Sir Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr, along with a long list of other celebrities in tribute to the famous band.
Check John and Keith rock on the next page!!