July 9 in History
1949July 9, 1949:
British pianist and composer Benjamin Britten premiers his symphony orchestra titled “Jump”.
1969July 9, 1969:
British rock band, The Beatles record the song titled "Maxwell's Silver Hammer."
1972July 9, 1972:
Singer Paul McCartney and his band, ‘The Wings’ makes their first trip.
1974July 9, 1974:
Canadian rock band Rush signs a deal with the international record label known as “Mercury Records”.
1977July 9, 1977:
English singer and songwriter Elvis Costello stops working at the cosmetic factory to begin his music career.
1981July 9, 1981:
“20/20”, a news program on ABC airs a story titled "Rappin' to the Beat". This would become the maiden national television news program to report on hip hop.
1984July 9, 1984:
Swedish dancer and model Yvonne Agneta Ryding is crowned Miss Universe.
1995July 9, 1995:
Colombian rock band ‘Hootie & the Blowfish’ plays their first-ever concert at the Meadows Music Theater in Hartford.
2009July 9, 2009:
BBC premieres the mockumentary film titled "The Office" in the United Kingdom.