August 14 in History
1908August 14, 1908:
England hosts the world’s maiden international beauty pageant.
1959August 14, 1959:
American comedy film titled “A Private's Affair” premieres in the United States. It was produced by David Weisbart.
1964August 14, 1964:
The Beatles begins the recording of their hit song titled "I'm a Loser".
1974August 14, 1974:
"(You're) Having My Baby", a song by Paul Anka, gets it gold certification. The track is part of his album named “Anka”.
1976August 14, 1976:
Nick Lowe, a renowned English singer, issues his maiden solo track dubbed "So It Goes". It’s off his album named “Jesus of Cool”.
1992August 14, 1992:
American entertainer, Wayne Newton goes bankrupt after accruing more than $20 million in debts.
1999August 14, 1999: American singer, Leif Garrett is ordered to start his rehab treatment after he was found guilty of possessing drugs.
2000August 14, 2000:
Craig David issues his maiden album titled “Born To Do I” at age 19. The RIAA would later certify it Platinum.
2007August 14, 2007:
One of America’s favorite country singers, Luke Bryan drops his first album entitled “I'll Stay Me”. The project has hit songs like "We Rode in Trucks" and "All My Friends Say".
2015August 14, 2015: