October 26 in History
1919October 26, 1919:
British singer/songwriter B C Hilliam issues a musical titled "Buddies" in New York City.
1970October 26, 1970:
Renowned English musician Elton John releases a song titled "Your Song”, which would be included in from his self-titled 2nd studio album.
1973October 26, 1973:
The British–American rock band The Wings, in partnership with singer Paul McCartney, drops a song titled "Helen Wheels".
- October 26, 1973:
The British rock group The Who unveils their song titled “Quadrophenia” in the United Kingdom.
1984October 26, 1984:
The science fiction film entitled "The Terminator", directed by James Cameron, premieres in the United States.
1985October 26, 1985:
The American horror film called “Children of the Night” premieres in the United States. Tony Randel is known to be the director of the movie.
2004October 26, 2004:
The American country music group Sugarland releases their first album titled “Twice the Speed of Life”.
2010October 26, 2010:
British singer and songwriter Keith Richards issues his memoir titled “Life”.
2015October 26, 2015:
The spy film named “Spectre" premieres in Ireland.