May 5 in History
1726May 5, 1726:
“Marie de Camargo” is shown for the first time at the iconic Opera of Paris.
1891May 5, 1891:
Russian composer Tchaikovsky performs as a guest at the opening of The Carnegie Hall in New York.
1900May 5, 1900:
American entertainment media brand, The Billboard starts weekly publication.
1926May 5, 1926:
VV Geldrop football club is established in the Netherlands.
1956May 5, 1956:
The football team known as Broekster Boys is formed in Damwoude, Netherlands.
1962May 5, 1962:
American guitarist Chris Montez records a song titled “Let's Dance”.
1963May 5, 1963:
An album by British rock ensemble The Beatles titled “Please Please Me” hits number 1 in the United Kingdom.
1969May 5, 1969:
The American rock band Creedence Clearwater Revival drops a song titled "Bad Moon Rising."
1998May 5, 1998:
The punk rock collective Bad Religion releases its studio album titled “No Substance”.
2015May 5, 2015:
American singer Chris Stapleton drops his debut solo album titled “Traveller”, which was recorded in Nashville's RCA Studio.