April 8 in History
1964April 8, 1964:
The American music group known as The Supremes records a song titled “Where Did Our Love Go”.
1974April 8, 1974:
New Orleans’ rhythm and blues legend Dr. John releases an album titled “Desitively Bonnaroo”.
1977April 8, 1977:
The British punk rock band, The Clash issues their self-titled debut studio album.
1984April 8, 1984:
Peter Sasdy’s drama film titled "Lonely Lady" receives an award at the fourth edition of the Golden Raspberry Awards.
1990April 8, 1990:
The American television serial drama titled “Twin Peaks”, created by Mark Frost and David Lynch, is first aired.
1994April 8, 1994:
The American rock band The Offspring issues their breakthrough album titled “Smash”.
2003April 8, 2003:
American singer and songwriter Lisa Marie Presley drops her first album dubbed “To Whom It May Concern”.