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Keith Urban & Brad Paisley Honor The Beatles
Keith Urban & Brad Paisley Honor The Beatles

The Winter Olympics are getting underway in Sochi. The Opening Ceremony is tonight on NBC. Coverage begins at 6:30.

Keith Urban and Brad Paisley helped honor The Beatles, Monday night at The Night That Changed America: A Grammy Salute To The Beatles. The event was filmed in LA and will air Sunday night on CBS.

Jay Leno said a tearful goodbye last night on The Tonight Show and he’s going out on a high note, delivering his best ratings since 209.  His guests included Billy Crystal, who was Jay’s first guest when he took over for Johnny Carson in 1992, and Garth Brooks along with other surprise guests like Oprah and Carol Burnett. Jimmy Fallon takes over on February 17th. Watch Jay say goodbye and Garth perform Friends In Low Places.

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