August 25 in History
1950August 25, 1950:
"Rashomon", a Japanese psychological crime film, is released. It stars some renowned actors like Machiko Kyō and Toshiro Mifune.
1970August 25, 1970:
British singer Elton John performs in a live concert in the U.S. for the first time. The event, which was held in West Hollywood, was attended by singer David Ackles.
1976August 25, 1976:
American rock group, Boston issues their eponymous maiden album. It was produced by John Boylan and Tom Scholz.
1979August 25, 1979:
ABC premieres the television series entitled "Hart to Hart".
1992August 25, 1992:
"Real Love", a song by Mary J. Blige which would be included in her maiden studio album titled “What's the 411?”, is released.
1998August 25, 1998:
Lauryn Hill of the Fugees band fame issues her first album as a solo artiste. The project is under the theme “The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill” and contains hit songs like "Lost Ones" and "Everything Is Everything".
2008August 25, 2008:
English rock ensemble The Verve releases their fourth album titled “Forth”. It includes tracks like "Love Is Noise" and "Rather Be".
2009August 25, 2009:
2016August 25, 2016:
American rap star Kanye West kick-starts his musical tour dubbed “Saint Pablo Tour”. The first show was held in Indianapolis.
2018August 25, 2018: