May 10 in History
1964May 10, 1964:
English record producer and pop singer, Dusty Springfield makes her first US television appearance on CBS on the program dubbed “Ed Sullivan Show”.
1975May 10, 1975:
The Beatles record label, known as ‘The Apple Records’ officially breaks up.
1981May 10, 1981:
The German band in Düsseldorf, Kraftwerk releases their studio album titled “Computer World”.
1994May 10, 1994:
Los Angeles rock band, Weezer releases their self-titled debut album also known as The Blue Album.
- May 10, 1994:
South African philanthropist, Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela becomes his nation's first-ever black President.
1996May 10, 1996:
American epic disaster film titled “Twister" premieres. The film features Jami Gertz and Bill Paxton.
2003May 10, 2003:
Madonna's 9th studio album titled “American life” becomes number 1 on the Billboard Album chart.
2006May 10, 2006:
Atlanta rapper and actor, T.I is arrested and sentenced to 11-month imprisonment in Georgia for supposedly failing to fulfill the terms and conditions of his probation.
2011May 10, 2011:
The American rock band, ‘The Cars’ releases an album titled “Move Like This”.