September 1 in History
1954September 1, 1954:
American mystery thriller film "Rear Window”, directed by Alfred Hitchcock, premieres nationwide.
1977September 1, 1977:
Canadian progressive rock band Rush releases their 5th studio album titled “A Farewell to Kings”.
1978September 1, 1978:
American action horror film “Dawn of the Dead” premieres in Italy. Renowned filmmaker, Zack Snyder worked as the director.
1981September 1, 1981:
American pop music duo ‘Hall & Oates’ drops their 10th studio album titled “Private Eyes”.
1983September 1, 1983:
American singer and songwriter Tom Waits unveils his 8th studio album named “Swordfishtrombones”.
1989September 1, 1989:
American film "Roger and Me", produced by Michael Moore, premieres.
1992September 1, 1992:
American country music band Alabama issues a song titled "I'm in a Hurry (and Don't Know Why)."
1997September 1, 1997:
Cartoon Network is originally launched in Japan.
2010September 1, 2010:
American rapper and singer Clifford Joseph Harris Jr., best known as T.I., is arrested alongside his spouse Tameka 'tiny' Cottle, who’s also a singer and songwriter. The couple were charged with drug-related crimes.
- September 1, 2010:
Tech Company, Apple Inc. introduces a Music Social Network on iTunes called “Ping”.