October 29 in History
1924October 29, 1924:
The Broadway musical, “Dixie to Broadway" premieres in New York City at the Broadhurst Theater.
1957October 29, 1957:
American country music singer, Bobby Helms records a song titled "Jingle Bell Rock".
1963October 29, 1963:
The British rock band known as The Hollies record their first album titled “Stay With The Hollies”.
1965October 29, 1965:
Arguably British’s most popular rock band, The Beatles records a song titled "We Can Work It Out."
1973October 29, 1973:
English musician, John Lennon drops his 4th studio album titled "Mind Games".
1984October 29, 1984:
The British band called Frankie Goes to Hollywood issues their first studio album titled “Welcome To The Pleasuredome” in the United Kingdom.
- October 29, 1984:
The British rock collective Deep Purple releases their 11th studio album titled “Perfect Strangers”.
1998October 29, 1998:
The American stop-motion animated musical “The Nightmare Before Christmas” begins showing in theaters in the United States.
2008October 29, 2008:
The spy film titled "Quantum of Solace" premieres in London, United Kingdom.