The Turtles’ electric 1976 performance of ‘Happy Together’


The Ed Sullivan Show featured talents from all over the world for 24 seasons. Live performances of popular songs by celebrities were accompanied by the show’s orchestra as they danced, sang, and sang.

From the 1940s to the 1970s, celebrities like Elvis Presley, The Rolling Stones, and The Beatles came to perform on the show, making it one of the most popular variety shows.

The rock band’s performance on the show, titled “The Turtles,” was recently shared in a video that has received a lot of attention. British singers set the stage for a rock and roll revolution during the 1960s.

Several US bands broke the music revolution during this time. With their upbeat music, they put the British bands to the test.

One of these bands is The Turtles. Mark Volman (vocals, saxophone, and guitar) and Howard Kaylan (vocals) led the group in 1965 when they released their cover of Bob Dylan’s “It Ain’t Me Babe.”

The group made their second guest appearance on The ED Sullivan Show on November 12, 1967.

The song “Happy Together” is performed by Kaylan, Volman, and the other three members of the musical group.

The upbeat song, which was written by Garry Bonner and Alan Gorden, is one of the best examples of melody, chord progression, and harmonies.

Accordingly, it tends to be viewed as one of the most ageless works of art at any point made. The members of the group work well together, which is admirable.

At a certain point, Volman hops into the edge, yet Kaylan keeps singing the tune showing serious areas of strength for how kinship is. Even after so many years, they are still close.

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