Watch an excerpt of Stevie Wonder's performance of “We Can Work It Out” on "The Beatles: The Night That Changed America — A GRAMMY Salute." The primetime entertainment special, which will celebrate the remarkable legacy of seven-time GRAMMY-winning group the Beatles and the 50th anniversary of their groundbreaking first appearance on "The Ed Sullivan Show," will be broadcast in HDTV and 5.1 surround sound on the CBS Television Network Sunday, Feb. 9 at 8 p.m. ET/PT.
Performances set for the special are:
- Maroon 5, "All My Loving" and "Ticket To Ride"
- John Mayer & Keith Urban, "Don't Let Me Down"
- Ed Sheeran, "In My Life"
- Imagine Dragons, "Revolution"
- Stevie Wonder, "We Can Work It Out"
- Alicia Keys & John Legend, "Let It Be"
- Katy Perry, "Yesterday"
- Eurythmics, "The Fool On The Hill"
- Dave Grohl & Jeff Lynne, "Hey Bulldog"
- Brad Paisley & Pharrell Williams with "The Beatles Love" by Cirque du Soleil, "Here Comes The Sun"
- Jeff Lynne & Joe Walsh, "Something"
- Gary Clark Jr., Dave Grohl & Joe Walsh, "While My Guitar Gently Weeps"
- Ringo Starr, "Matchbox," "Boys" and "Yellow Submarine"
- Paul McCartney, "I Saw Her Standing There," "Get Back" and "Birthday"
- All-star cast finale, "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band," "With A Little Help From My Friends" and "Hey Jude"
Stevie Wonder accepts the GRAMMY for Best R&B Vocal Performance, Male at the 28th GRAMMY Awards on Feb. 25, 1986, in Los Angeles.
Tony Bennett and Stevie Wonder accept the GRAMMY for Best Pop Collaboration With Vocals at the 49th GRAMMY Awards on Feb. 11, 2007, in Los Angeles.