October 7 in History
1959October 7, 1959:
The American romantic comedy film titled "Pillow Talk" is released in New York City.
1960October 7, 1960:
American adventure crime drama television series dubbed "Route 66" debuts on CBS Television.
1963October 7, 1963:
The British rock group The Rolling Stone releases a song called "I Wanna Be Your Man".
1968October 7, 1968:
Famous English rock band The Beatles records a song named "Long, Long, Long."
1971October 7, 1971:
The American action-thriller film called “The French Connection", directed by William Friedkin, premieres in the United States.
1977October 7, 1977:
British singer and songwriter Steve Hackett leaves the rock band, Genesis.
1987October 7, 1987:
American thrash metal band Exodus releases their 2nd studio album called “Pleasures of the Flesh”.
2014October 7, 2014:
One of America’s favorite rock bands Weezer drops their 9th studio album entitled “Everything Will Be Alright in the End”.
2016October 7, 2016:
Canadian rock band Sum 41 issues their 6th studio album titled “13 Voices”.
2017October 7, 2017:
American rapper Nelly is arrested after he was alleged to have sexually assaulted a student on a tour bus in Auburn.