September 20 in History
1948September 20, 1948:
The Mexican Baseball League breaks up.
1977September 20, 1977:
The British musician Ringo Starr releases his six studio album dubbed “Ringo The 4th”.
1984September 20, 1984:
American television sitcom titled "Cosby Show" debuts on NBC Television Network.
1989September 20, 1989:
A musical by Claude-Michel Schönberg & Alain Boublil named "Miss Saigon” premieres at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, in London.
1999September 20, 1999:
The American television series entitled "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" is formally broadcasted on NBC Television Network.
2003September 20, 2003:
British singer and songwriter Howard Jones performs at a live concert at the O2 Shepherd's Bush Empire in London to commemorate his 20th anniversary.
2004September 20, 2004:
“American Idiot”, the 7th studio album of the rock group Green Day, is released in the United Kingdom.
2011September 20, 2011:
America’s television program called "New Girl" is first shown on FOX.