September 27 in History
1954September 27, 1954:
American late-night talk show "The Tonight Show", hosted by Steve Allen, debuts on NBC Television.
1967September 27, 1967:
The British rock band The Beatles makes their first studio recording as they begin work on their song titled "I Am The Walrus".
1973September 27, 1973:
American vocalist Barbra Streisand drops a single titled “The Way We Were”.
1976September 27, 1976:
The American made-for-television drama film dubbed “Dawn: Portrait of A Teenage Runaway" is broadcasted on NBC Television Network.
1991September 27, 1991:
The American sitcom television series called "Princesses" premieres on CBS Television Network.
1994September 27, 1994:
The American rock group, The Dave Matthews Band issues their first studio album called “Under The Table and Dreaming”.
- September 27, 1994:
Raffi and Michael Creber release a children's album titled “Bananaphone”.
2016September 27, 2016:
The American songwriter and musician Bruce Springsteen releases his autobiography titled “Born To Run”.