The Night That Changed America: A Grammy Salute To The Beatles was recorded last night (Monday, January 27th) at the Los Angeles Convention Center, and along with the reunion of 80s new-wave rockers Eurythmics, the stars were out to pay their respects to the two living members of The Beatles. Celebrating the 50th anniversary of when the Fab Four first appeared on the Ed Sullivan show, some of music's biggest acts (including Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr themselves) came together to play classic tunes by the Liverpool exports.
Airing February 9th on CBS, you'll be able to watch the televised special, but what stars showed up to sing Beatles songs, and more specifically, which songs? We've got the list of artists and the tracks they performed to honor the legendary rock band.
Ed Sheeran -- "In My Life"
Katy Perry -- "Yesterday"
John Mayer & Keith Urban -- "Don't Let Me Down"
Maroon 5 -- "All My Loving" and "Ticket To Ride"
John Legend & Alicia Keys -- "Let It Be"
Pharrell Williams & Brad Paisley -- "Here Comes The Sun"
Imagine Dragons -- "Revolution"
Dave Grohl & Jeff Lynne -- "Hey Bulldog"
Eurythmics -- "The Fool On The Hill"
Stevie Wonder -- "We Can Work It Out"
Ringo Starr -- "Yellow Submarine"
Paul McCartney -- "Magical Mystery Tour", "Birthday" and "Get Back"
Paul McCartney & Ringo Starr -- "With A Little Help From My Friends" and "Hey Jude"
Watch a classic Paul McCartney video of "Let It Be" on VEVO below:
Be sure to tune into CBS for the Beatles Tribute Special on February 9th, 2014. What's your favorite Beatles song?