May 30 in History
1866May 30, 1866:
"Die Verkaufte Braut", an opera by Bedřich Smetana, premieres at the Provisional Theatre, Prague.
1917May 30, 1917:
The musical group The Ted Mulry Gang records the song titled "Dark Town Strutters Ball".
1923May 30, 1923:
American composer and music theorist Howard Hanson premieres his first symphony known as "Nordic".
1962May 30, 1962:
The film adaptation of Benjamin Britten's musical, "War Requiem" premieres.
1975May 30, 1975:
British–American rock band Wings drops their 4th studio album titled “Venus & Mars”.
1996May 30, 1996:
American pianist and television presenter John Tesh hosts the television program dubbed "Entertainment Tonight" for the last time.
2003May 30, 2003:
The American computer-animated adventure film titled "Finding Nemo", produced by Pixar Animation Studios, premieres.
2014May 30, 2014:
The western comedy film titled "A Million Ways to Die in the West" premieres in the United States at the Regency Village Theater in Los Angeles.