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Lost Beatles Performance Tape Resurfaces

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An old video of the Beatles is being made new again just in time for the fab four’s 50th anniversary special.

Video from the Beatles first visit to America was unearthed recently and Rolling Stone Magazine got their hands on it.

The video features their performance of I Want to Hold Your Hand from The Ed Sullivan Show, Twist and Shout from their very first concert in the U.S. (which was held in Washington, D.C.), plus a performance from Miami of a song called This Boy. The video was discovered just in time for their 50th anniversary tribute, slated to air at the exact moment in time in history when the Beatles first appeared on American television.

The Night That Changed America airs on CBS this Sunday at 7pm.

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