September 5 in History
1916September 5, 1916:
The epic silent film titled "Intolerance”, directed by D. W. Griffith, is premiered.
1946September 5, 1946:
"Yours Is My Heart" opens on Broadway at the Shubert Theater in New York City.
1957September 5, 1957:
American singer and actor Elvis Presley releases a hit song titled "Treat Me Nice".
1965September 5, 1965:
The British rock band called The Rolling Stones records their 8th single dubbed “Get Off Of My Cloud” at RCA.
1967September 5, 1967:
British’s favorite rock band, The Beatles records their song entitled "I Am The Walrus."
1972September 5, 1972:
A duet by Donny Hathaway and Roberta Flack titled "Where Is The Love?" is gold certified.
1973September 5, 1973:
The operetta titled "Desert Song", with music by Sigmund Romberg, makes it Broadway debut at the Uris Theater in New York City.
1976September 5, 1976:
The comedy television series titled "The Muppet Show", created by Jim Henson, premieres.
1989September 5, 1989:
The American rock band Soundgarden issues their 2nd studio album under the name “Louder than Love”.
- September 5, 1989:
“The Joan Rivers Show", an American talk show hosted by comedian Joan Rivers, premieres in the United States.