Andrew Solt, Owner of ‘The Ed Sullivan Show’ Archives on the 55th Anniversary of ‘The Beatles’ First American TV Appearance

Dave Plier

PHOTO: Ed Sullivan and ‘The Beatles’ George Harrison, Paul McCartney, John Lennon and Ringo Starr, behing the scenes of ‘The Ed Sullivan Show’ on February 9, 1964. Courtesy of WGN Radio guest Andrew Solt/Sofa Entertainment, owner of The Ed Sullivan Show library.

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Dave Plier is joined by Emmy and Grammy award winning, producer, director, writer and documentary filmmaker Andrew Solt  to talk about the most valued television libraries of all time, which he owns, ‘The Ed Sullivan Show’.  The collection includes over 10,000 performances including The Beatles (celebrating 55th Anniversary Performance), The Rolling Stones, Bill Haley & the Comets, The Doors and Elvis Presley. To find more information visit



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