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Beatles enthusiast Wendy Schweiger at Square Records in Highland Square looks at some Beatles albums. Schweiger, who writes a music blog is passionate about the Beatles. (Phil Masturzo/Akron Beacon Journal)
The Beatles on The Ed Sullivan Show on Feb. 9. The group performed five songs, including All My Loving, She Loves You and I Saw Her Standing There. (ZUMA/MCT)
In this Feb. 9, 1964. file photo Paul McCartney, right, shows his bass guitar to Ed Sullivan before the Beatles' live television appearance on The Ed Sullivan Showin New York along with John Lennon, center, and Ringo Starr, behind McCartney, and Beatles manage Brian Epstein, behind Sullivan. 2012. (AP Photo)
After Ed Sullivanand a concert in Washington, D.C., the Beatles headed south to Florida. In what became a familiar sight during their American visit in 1964, young fans, mostly women, waited for the Beatles to arrive at Miami International Airport on Feb. 13. The ecstatic girls jumped the rail moments later. (John Walther/Miami Herald/MCT)