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Beatlemania still strong? Grammy tribute looks at Beatle history (photos, video)

The Beatles fans know the music of the Fab Four and more. When Beatles fans come together on Sunday night to celebrate with the Grammy tribute, the world will be singing along. The band has sold 106 million albums in America alone. It holds the record for the most No. 1 singles on the Billboard charts too. According to Victoria Advocate on Sunday, the Beatles' cultural impact is impressive and Beatlemania is still very much alive.

Beatlemania lives on
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During “The Night that Changed America: A Grammy Salute to the Beatles” the fans noticed the great music and the famous faces, but there was more. Sharing the historical significance with the time that the Beatles came to America, fans were given a glimpse of what happened fifty years ago.

Also sharing the spotlight on stage were some epic images. From the album covers of the Beatles to iconic images completely recognizable as the Beatles, the chance to fully consume the British band was remarkable.

The Beatles' first appearance on "The Ed Sullivan Show" changed music forever. The performance was one of the most-watched television events with over 74 million people tuning in to watch the group perform five songs during the variety hour.

Of course, there are plenty of ways the Beatles are unparalleled and the Grammy tribute reminded he fans how no boy bands so far have even remotely come close.

Take a look at some of the best moments on stage of the “Watching The Beatles: The Night that changed America” in the photo slideshow. Also check out the moment that the fans first met the Beatles on “The Ed Sullivan Show” in the video clip.

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