April 9 in History
1950April 9, 1950:
British-American stand-up comedian Bob Hope makes his first national television appearance on NBC.
1969April 9, 1969:
American singer and songwriter Bob Dylan drops his 9th studio album titled “Nashville Skyline”.
1976April 9, 1976:
The American political biographical drama film entitled “All the President's Men" premieres in the United States.
1979April 9, 1979:
The sixth studio album of English rock band Supertramp titled “Breakfast In America” is gold certified.
1986April 9, 1986:
The musical by Dave Clark and David Soames titled “Time” is shown for the first time at the Dominion Theatre in London.
1990April 9, 1990:
The American drama television series titled “Capital News" is first shown on ABC Television Network.
1997April 9, 1997:
American singer and songwriter Gillian Welch issues his debut album titled “Revival”.
- April 9, 1997:
The American rock band Soundgarden announces their separation.