March 10 in History
1938March 10, 1938:
The semi-autobiographical drama film titled “Jezebel" is shown for the first time in New York.
1964March 10, 1964:
American music duo, Simon and Garfunkel records the original vocal for their 2nd studio album titled "The Sound Of Silence".
1966March 10, 1966:
American singer and songwriter Bob Dylan records a song titled "Most Likely You Go Your Way and I'll Go Mine".
1967March 10, 1967:
Popular American singer Aretha Franklin records her 10th studio album called “I Never Loved a Man the Way I Love You”.
- March 10, 1967:
Famous English rock collective, The Beatles records a song named "Getting Better."
1978March 10, 1978:
The English punk rock band Buzzcocks issues their debut studio album titled “Another Music in a Different Kitchen”.
1997March 10, 1997:
The horror film entitled "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" is officially released on the WB network.
2006March 10, 2006:
The Finnish heavy metal band Lordi releases their 3rd studio album titled “The Arockalypse”.
2015March 10, 2015:
American rapper Wiz Khalifa drops a soundtrack titled "See You Again" in the United States.