July 23 in History
1866July 23, 1866:
The Red Stockings baseball team is established.
1955July 23, 1955:
American singer and guitarist Chuck Berry drops a hit single titled "Maybellene."
1961July 23, 1961:
Grace Bumbry sets a record for becoming the first black artist to perform at the Bayreuth Festival.
1965July 23, 1965:
The English rock band, The Beatles unveils their song titled "Help".
1966July 23, 1966:
Frank Sinatra’s album dubbed "Strangers In The Night" becomes number 1 on the United State charts.
1976July 23, 1976:
The British- American rock ensemble The Wing drops a single called "Let 'em In".
1996July 23, 1996:
American singer and songwriter Fiona Apple issues her first studio album titled “Tidal”.
2001July 23, 2001:
Heavy metal group, Megadeth is barred from performing at a concert in Malaysia’s Negara Stadium.
2002July 23, 2002: American rock band, My Chemical Romance issues their first studio album titled “I Brought You My Bullets, You Brought Me Your Love”.