April 7 in History
1724April 7, 1724:
The oratorio by Johann Sebastian Bach titled “St John Passion" is first performed.
1948April 7, 1948:
The World Health Organization, a specialized agency under the United Nations which would be responsible for international public health, is established in the United States.
1964April 7, 1964:
The musical titled “High Spirits" by Hugh Martin and Timothy Gray debuts in Leipzig.
1971April 7, 1971:
The British rock band The Rolling Stones unveils their own record label called the ‘Rolling Stones Records’.
1978April 7, 1978:
American artist Prince records his debut studio album titled “For You”.
- April 7, 1978:
The English rock band The Police drops a song titled “Roxanne" in the United Kingdom.
1981April 7, 1981:
Celebrated American musician Rick James issues his 5th studio album titled “Street Songs”.
1999April 7, 1999:
The third studio album of Canadian country music singer Shania Twain entitled “Come On Over” is diamond certified.