The surviving Beatles may be reuniting to celebrate the 50th anniversary of their game changing appearance on the Ed Sullivan Show, Showbiz411 is reporting. David Letterman's people are reportedly working with CBS to make a partial reunion happen in the first week of February.
Letterman tapes at the Ed Sullivan Theatre, where the Beatles made their American television debut. The Letterman Show would repeatedly feature a week of Beatles celebrations in the lead up to the reunion performance.
If such reports are to be believed, it would mark the first time that Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr have played together since the memorial concert for George Harrison in 2001. That concert also featured appearances from the likes of Eric Clapton, Jeff Lynne, Tom Petty and Albert Lee.
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