April 15 in History
1924April 15, 1924:
The American technology and publishing company Rand McNally, which produces mappings, publishes it 1st road map.
1958April 15, 1958:
1966April 15, 1966:
The English rock band The Rolling Stones drops their 4th studio album titled “Aftermath”, released via Decca Records.
1983April 15, 1983:
Theme park, Tokyo Disneyland, opens in Japan’s capital.
1990April 15, 1990:
The American sketch comedy TV series titled “In Living Color” originally runs on FOX-TV.
1991April 15, 1991: American talented actor Adam Rich, best known for portraying the character of Nicholas Bradford in the TV series entitled “Eight Is Enough” is formally accused of burglary.
1997April 15, 1997:
The Australian rock collective, ‘INXS’ drops their tenth studio album titled “Elegantly Wasted”.
2001April 15, 2001:
American composer and musician, Joey Ramone dies of cancer of the lymphatic system (lymphoma).
2012April 15, 2012: The comedy drama television series “Girls”, featuring Andrew Rannells, Jemima Kirke and Jake Lacy is originally released on HBO.
2014April 15, 2014:
American crime drama television series “Fargo”, created by Noah Hawley is formally released on FX.