August 31 in History
1939August 31, 1939:
American singer/actor, Frank Sinatra begins the recording of his song titled "All Or Nothing At All".
1973August 31, 1973:
British rock collective The Rolling Stones unveils their album dubbed “Goat's Head Soup”. It would later peak at the summit of the UK Albums chart.
1974August 31, 1974:
1987August 31, 1987:
MTV airs the first episode of the television show dubbed “Club MTV”. It is modeled on the popular television show known as “American Bandstand”.
- August 31, 1987:
CBS Television network premieres the video titled “Michael Jackson: The Magic Returns” which stars the pop singer.
1994August 31, 1994:
1999August 31, 1999:
Canadian hockey legend Dino Ciccarelli announces his retirement from the sport.
2004August 31, 2004:
Rock group, Green Day issue their hit single titled “American Idiot”. The song would be included in their album of the same name.
2010August 31, 2010: American rock ensemble Papa Roach drop their maiden live album titled “Time for Annihilation”. It was produced by David Bendeth.
2019August 31, 2019:
Art expert Caspar Jopling marries English singer/songwriter Ellie Goulding. Celebrities like Katy Perry, Princess Eugenie and James Blunt attended the ceremony.