September 2 in History
1949September 2, 1949:
The British film noir "The Third Man", directed by Carol Reed, premieres in the United Kingdom.
1960September 2, 1960:
The 2nd Symphony of British composer, William Walton is released.
1965September 2, 1965:
The fifth studio album of English rock band The Beatles titled “Help!" is gold certified.
1987September 2, 1987:
Electronic company, Philips launches a device capable of playing all sizes of CD Video discs in Europe.
1991September 2, 1991:
The third studio album of American country music artist Garth Brooks, titled "Ropin' the Wind", is issued.
1993September 2, 1993:
American rock band ‘Stone Temple Pilots’ wins MTV Video Music Award’s “Best New Artist”.
1995September 2, 1995:
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum opens in Cleveland, United States.
2011September 2, 2011:
American rapper and singer T.I is sentenced to 11 months in jail for violating his probation after he was arrested on a drug charge.