May 2 in History
1869May 2, 1869:
The music hall known as ‘The Folies Trévise’ officially opens as an opera house in Paris.
1932May 2, 1932:
American entertainer, Jack Benny, begins his radio and television comedy series on NBC Blue.
1968May 2, 1968:
Israeli Public Broadcasting Corporation Authority starts transmitting publicly.
1969May 2, 1969:
British rock band The Beatles records their song titled "Something."
1974May 2, 1974:
American musician and record producer Stevie Wonder receives four prizes at the Grammy Awards. His sixth studio album titled “Innervisions” wins the “Album of the Year”.
1988May 2, 1988:
American rock band Living Colour releases their debut album titled “Vivid”.
1989May 2, 1989:
American swing country singer Clint Black drops his first album titled “Killin' Time”.
1997May 2, 1997:
Renowned comedian and actor Eddie Murphy is interrogated by police for picking up Atisone Seiuli, a transsexual sex worker.
- May 2, 1997:
The American comedy film dubbed "Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery" is released. Jay Roach is the director of the movie.
2006May 2, 2006:
Canadian American musician Neil Young drops a political album titled “Living with War”, which talks about the administration of United States’ President, George W. Bush.