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Pop Past: The Rolling Stones on Ed Sullivan (video)

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Friday, Oct 30, 2009

This week in 1964: The Rolling Stones performed “Around and Around” on The Ed Sullivan Show. The girls screaming in the crowd were the ones who always had a soft spot for the bad boy, and were secretly bored with the Beatles. Enjoy the first performance and subsequent performances.


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