We've all heard about the impact of The Beatles being on The Ed Sullivan Show. Growing up I thought it was silly how much people talked about it; I grew up around concerts and jam sessions, I knew how much more awesome 'being there live' music is vs watching it on TV. Than McCartney played the 2005 Superbowl. Normal I run off during the halftime show, but Mom forced me to stick around for this one. Once it started you wouldn't have be able to rip me away. I was eleven, and after that show I started really paying attention at concerts, and incidentally keying into the bassists. (Which is funny since my mom just said that this guy was a Beatle.) Seven years later I got a bass, which ended up being southpaw. So everyone else who missed the Ed Sullivan Show, have you still had that enlightening moment with something on TV?