September 4 in History
1936September 4, 1936:
The American RKO musical comedy film, "Swing Time" formally premieres in the United States.
1961September 4, 1961:
"Carol Burnett-Richard Hayes Show", a television program hosted by Carol Burnett and Richard Hayes, begins on CBS.
1970September 4, 1970:
British rock band, Rolling Stones issues their second live album titled “Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out!”.
1972September 4, 1972:
The first episode of the television game show titled "The Price is Right" is shown on CBS.
1987September 4, 1987:
American singer and songwriter Gregg Allman releases his 4th studio album titled “I'm No Angel”.
1995September 4, 1995:
The American fantasy television series "Xena: Warrior Princess" formally premieres in the United State.
1998September 4, 1998:
The British television quiz show "Who wants to be a Millionaire?”, with Chris Tarrant assigned as a host, premieres on ITV.
2001September 4, 2001:
The Armenian-American heavy metal band, ‘System of a Down’ releases their 2nd studio album titled “Toxicity”.