September 3 in History
1912September 3, 1912:
The Five Pieces for Orchestra (Fünf Orchesterstücke) premieres at the Promenade Concert in London.
1951September 3, 1951:
The American television soap opera titled "Search for Tomorrow" begins on CBS Television Network.
1969September 3, 1969:
American film titled “The Trouble with Girls” premieres. It stars popular musician and actor, Elvis Presley.
1970September 3, 1970:
Members of the English rock and roll band known as The Dave Clark Five part ways.
1977September 3, 1977:
The American sitcom variety show, "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" is broadcasted for the last time on CBS TV.
1982September 3, 1982:
British band ‘Culture Club’ outdoors their single titled "Do You Really Want To Hurt Me?" in the United Kingdom.
1990September 3, 1990: English singer-songwriter George Michael drops his 2nd solo studio album titled “Listen without Prejudice Vol. 1”.
1991September 3, 1991:
Rhythm-and-blues musician Ike Turner remains drug-free after serving 18 months in prison for drug-related charges.
- September 3, 1991:
The Canadian rock band Rush releases their 14th studio album titled “Roll the Bones”.
2013September 3, 2013:
American singer and actress Trisha Yearwood debuts in the American genealogy documentary series titled “Who Do You Think You Are?”