September 11 in History
1950September 11, 1950:
Swedish opera singer, Jenny Lind makes her American debut at a concert in New York City.
1951September 11, 1951:
An opera by Russian composer Stravinsky's titled "Rake's Progress” premiers in Teatro La Fenice, Venice.
1958September 11, 1958:
American R&B singer LaVern Baker records a song titled "I Cried A Tear."
1962September 11, 1962:
The Beatles records their debut British single titled "Love Me Do".
1965September 11, 1965:
The 5th studio album by the English rock band, The Beatles titled "Help!” peaks at number 1 on the British music chart.
1967September 11, 1967:
The American variety and sketch comedy television show titled "The Carol Burnett Show”, starring Carol Burnett, is originally aired on CBS-TV.
1973September 11, 1973:
Singer and songwriter Bruce Springsteen issues his 2nd studio album titled “The Wild, The Innocent And The E Street Shuffle”.
2001September 11, 2001:
American rapper Jay-Z releases his 6th studio album titled "Blueprint".
2005September 11, 2005:
The romantic drama film "Pride & Prejudice", directed by Joe Wright, premieres.
2015September 11, 2015:
The science fiction film, "The Martian" is formally issued at the Toronto International Film Festival. The movie was directed by Ridley Scott
2018September 11, 2018: The American biographical comedy-drama film dubbed "Green Book" is released worldwide after it was shown at the Toronto International Film Festival.