July 21 in History
1938July 21, 1938:
German composer Paul Hindemith premieres his ballet work titled “Nobilissima Visione” at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane in London.
1943July 21, 1943:
20th Century Fox releases the American musical film titled "Stormy Weather".
1952July 21, 1952:
American romantic comedy film titled "The Quiet Man" premieres in the United Kingdom.
1987July 21, 1987:
American hard rock collective Guns N' Roses drops their first studio album titled “Appetite For Destruction”.
1989July 21, 1989:
Orion Pictures issues the comedy film titled “UHF”.
1990July 21, 1990:
The live musical concert performance by Roger Waters is held at the Berlin Wall.
1996July 21, 1996:
The American satirical television show "The Daily Show" premieres in the United States.
1999July 21, 1999:
American singer and guitarist Charley Pride gets a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
2014July 21, 2014:
Los Angeles hosts the premiering of the American superhero film titled "Guardians of the Galaxy".
2017July 21, 2017:
Singer Justin Bieber is banned from performing in China due to his supposedly bad behavior.