July 13 in History
1923July 13, 1923:
The iconic Hollywood sign is unveiled. The landmark is located on Mount Lee, Hollywood Hills, Southern California.
1939July 13, 1939:
American singer Frank Sinatra makes his first recording with the Harry James band.
1968July 13, 1968:
Van Marco Cesti's work “Il pomo d'oro” is performed, for the first time, at the Open-Air Theatre in Vienna.
1974July 13, 1974:
American soul and disco singer, George McCrae’s first song titled "Rock Your Baby" becomes number 1 on the Billboards Singles Chart in the U.S
- July 13, 1974:
Todd Rundgren is invited by British guitarist, Eric Clapton to perform at his concert in Madison Square Garden.
1978July 13, 1978:
The fifth single of British punk rock group Sex Pistols titled "No One is Innocent" is banned by BBC.
2000July 13, 2000:
An electrician called Russell Eubanks accuses American singer and record producer James Brown of incarcerating him against his wish.
2004July 13, 2004:
American singer and songwriter Jimmy Buffett releases his 25th studio album titled “License To Chill”.
2017July 13, 2017:
The American action film titled "Dunkirk" premieres in London.