September 25 in History
1886September 25, 1886: The comic opera by B. C. Stephenson and Alfred Cellier titled "Dorothy” is first performed at the Gaiety Theatre, London.
1965September 25, 1965:
The Beatles, an animated television series about the British music group of similar name, premieres in the United States.
1969September 25, 1969:
Popular British rock group, The Beatles begins the recording of their song titled "The Fool on the Hill."
1970September 25, 1970:
British singer and songwriter Ringo Starr issues a song entitled “Beaucoups Of Blues”.
- September 25, 1970:
The Partridge Family drops their first single titled “I Think I Love You”.
1989September 25, 1989:
The English pop-rock band, Tears for Fears release their platinum-selling 3rd album named “The Seeds of Love “.
1990September 25, 1990:
The Australian rock band INXS issues their 7th studio album called “X”.
1991September 25, 1991:
ABC Television Network airs the American sitcom titled "Good & Evil" for the first time in the United States.
2007September 25, 2007:
Bruce Springsteen releases his 15th studio album titled “Magic”.
2020September 25, 2020:
The Northern Irish singer and songwriter Van Morrison releases a new tune titled “Born To Be Free".