May 3 in History
1917May 3, 1917:
Swiss-American composer Ernest Bloch originally performs his symphony titled “Israel” in New York.
1944May 3, 1944:
The American musical titled “Going My Way” is outdoored in New York. It stars top actors like Gene Lockhart and Martin Garralaga.
1964May 3, 1964:
English beats group, Gerry and the Pacemakers makes their television debut on “The Ed Sullivan Show”. They perform their song titled "Don't Let The Sun Catch You Crying".
1965May 3, 1965:
American singing band The Supremes drops a song titled "Back in My Arms Again".
1968May 3, 1968:
The American rock group called ‘The Beach Boys’ begins their concert tour in the United States. They were supported by Indian guru Maharishi Mahesh Yogi.
1969May 3, 1969:
American songwriter and musician Jimi Hendrix is arrested by the Canadian customs for having heroin and hashish in his luggage at the Toronto International Airport.
1976May 3, 1976:
British singer and film producer Paul McCartney collaborates with the band known as Wings, during the “Wings Over America” in Texas.
2005May 3, 2005:
American rock group Fall out Boy releases their most popular album titled “From Under the Cork Tree”.
2006May 3, 2006:
Singer and visual artist Bob Dylan hosts his first radio show on XM Satellite Radio.
2010May 3, 2010:
The song titled "I Gotta Feeling” is made the best-selling digital song after reaching over 5,561000 downloads. The song is released by the musical band known as ‘The Black Eyed Peas’.