May 1 in History
1941May 1, 1941:
The American drama film titled “Citizen Cane” is shown for the first time at Palace Theater in NYC.
1956May 1, 1956:
American R&B singer, Little Willie John records the song titled “Fever”.
1957May 1, 1957:
Renowned American radio and television host, Larry King, hosts his first radio show.
- May 1, 1957:
American pop music band, “The Kingston Trio” forms in Palo Alto, California.
1984May 1, 1984:
English celebrated musician and an actor, Mick Fleetwood, is declared bankrupt after dealing with drug addiction and party lifestyle.
1992May 1, 1992:
The Sub Pop Records drops a compilation album dubbed “The Way of the Vaselines: A Complete History”. The record label was established by Bruce Pavitt and Jonathan Poneman.
1999May 1, 1999: Stephen McDannell Hillenburg’s animated television series titled "SpongeBob Square Pants” makes its maiden appearance on Nickelodeon.
2000May 1, 2000:
Los Angeles premieres the historical drama film titled "Gladiator". It is directed by Ridley Scott.
2003May 1, 2003:
American girls’ group, Destiny's Child, drops their 3rd album titled “Survivor”.
2007May 1, 2007:
The Canadian rock band, Rush, releases their album titled “Snakes & Arrows”. The work is their 18th studio album.
2017May 1, 2017:
Ex TNA wrestling president and musician, Billy Corgan, officially concur to purchase the famous National Wrestling Alliance (NWA).