October 22 in History
1932October 22, 1932:
The American pre-Code romantic drama film dubbed “Red Dust”, directed by Victor Fleming, premieres.
1942October 22, 1942:
1965October 22, 1965:
One of America’s favorite folk and pop music groups, The Kingston Trio makes an appearance on NBC Television’s program titled “Convoy”.
1977October 22, 1977:
The British punk rock group, The Damned drops their debut single dubbed “New Rose".
1991October 22, 1991:
Singer and songwriter Neil Young, in collaboration with the Crazy Horse band, issues a live album and concert video titled “Weld”.
2012October 22, 2012:
American singer-songwriter Taylor Swift issues her 4th studio album called “Red”.
- October 22, 2012:
Popular American singer and songwriter Garth Brooks is initiated into the prestigious Country Music Hall of Fame.
2013October 22, 2013:
American superhero film titled "Thor: The Dark World", based on the Marvel Comics character, is released.