May 9 in History
1868May 9, 1868:
Australian composer and music theorist, Anton Bruckner premieres his first Symphony in C.
1960May 9, 1960:
Birth control pill becomes legal and has extended throughout cities in the United State.
1977May 9, 1977:
33 people die out of a fire outbreak at the Hotel Poland in Amsterdam.
1987May 9, 1987:
American rock band, The Grateful Dead shoots the video for their music documentary film titled "Touch Of Grey" after playing a concert in Monterey.
1992May 9, 1992:
American musician and songwriter, Bruce Springsteen makes a live performance on ‘Broadcast Television’ for the first time on Joe Pesci show dubbed “Saturday Night Live”.
1996May 9, 1996:
Songwriter and singer Geddy Lee receives the highest artistic honor in Canada as the Officer of the Order of Canada.
1997May 9, 1997:
American investment banker Pete Peterson becomes the first United States Ambassador to travel to Vietnam after the war came to an end.
1998May 9, 1998:
American musician and record producer, Brian Douglas Wilson plays his 1st solo concert at St. Charles, a city in Illinois.
2000May 9, 2000:
American punk rock band, Bad Religion releases their studio album titled “The New America”.
2014May 9, 2014:
American songwriter and singer, Michael Jackson’s 2nd posthumous album titled “Xscape” is released.