May 4 in History
1878May 4, 1878:
A phonograph designed by Thomas Edison is displayed for the very first time at the Grand Opera House.
1944May 4, 1944: American psychological film named "Gaslight" is released. It has Barbara Everest and Morgan Wallace as some of its main actors.
1959May 4, 1959:
The maiden edition of Grammy Awards takes place. Perry Como and Ella Fitzgerald wins prizes at the events.
1961May 4, 1961:
The musical group known as ‘The Jarmels’ records their song titled "A Little Bit Of Soap".
1967May 4, 1967: "Happy Together", a song by rock band, The Turtles, gets gold certification. The band is led by Mark Volman and Howard Kaylan.
1968May 4, 1968:
Canadian-American rock band, Steppenwolf, performs their song titled “Born to Be Wild" on the “American Bandstand TV show”.
1978May 4, 1978:
“Earth”, an album by Jefferson Starship, is certified platinum.
1999May 4, 1999:
American singer and actress Jennifer Lopez releases her debut song titled "If You Had My Love."
2000May 4, 2000:
Alternative rock band, Letters to Cleo makes its last musical performance in Boston.
2018May 4, 2018:
American songwriter and record producer, Leon Bridges, outdoors his sophomore album dubbed “Good Thing”.