July 14 in History
1912July 14, 1912:
Kenneth McArthur sets a new world record in the Olympic marathon.
1951July 14, 1951:
CBS-TV becomes the first television network to broadcast a sporting event in colored pictures.
1979July 14, 1979:
American singer Donna Summer's single "Bad Girls" peaks at the top of many charts in the United States.
1986July 14, 1986:
English rock musician Paul McCartney releases his 6th studio solo album titled "Press".
1987July 14, 1987:
The American singer and guitarist Steve Miller gets a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
1992July 14, 1992:
British-Australian singer and entrepreneur Olivia Newton-John publicly shares her story on breast cancer.
1996July 14, 1996:
American comedy-drama film "Thousand Clowns" is first shown at the Criterion Theater in New York City.
2009July 14, 2009:
American rock band ‘The Dead Weather’ premieres their debut album titled “Horehound”.