March 2 in History
1933March 2, 1933:
The Radio City Music Hall hosts the premiering of the American monster film titled "King Kong".
1964March 2, 1964:
The musical comedy film named “A Hard Day's Night”, directed by Richard Lester and stars members of the British rock band The Beatles, begins shooting.
1965March 2, 1965:
The American musical drama film called "The Sound of Music" premieres in New York City.
1967March 2, 1967:
The popular American female singing group, The Supremes records their 12th studio album titled "Reflections".
1983March 2, 1983:
The first commercial compact disc player is launched in America.
1984March 2, 1984:
The American mockumentary film named “This Is Spinal Tap” premieres in the Netherlands.
1987March 2, 1987:
American singer and songwriter, Dolly Parton releases an album dubbed “The Trio” together with Emmylou Harris and Linda Ronstadt.
2008March 2, 2008:
The American industrial rock band, Nine Inch Nails issues their 6th studio album titled “Ghosts I-IV”.