It was on this day that Apple Records produced its first single with a controversial image and Christopher Cross got his first #1 hit song.
1970: The Song That Broke Up the Beatles “The Long and Winding Road,” a ballad written by Paul McCartney, became the Beatles’ 20th and last #1 hit song for the … Continue Reading This Day in Pop Culture for June 13
On this day in pop culture history, “Cars” went on a road trip, a “real” Spiderman made headlines and “Dracula” was published.
One year to the day after delivering his Beyond Vietnam speech, Martin Luther King Jr. was shot while standing outside of the Lorraine Motel in Memphis, Tennessee on this day in 1968.
The Beatles were spoofed, Toys R Us closed up shop and Niagara Falls went dry on this day in pop culture history.
On this day in pop culture history, The Beatles stated that they were more popular than Jesus and “People” Printed its first issue.
1973: National Inventors’ Day Founded to commemorate inventors and their inventions, President Richard Nixon declared this day to be National Inventors’ Day which was fitting since it is also the … Continue Reading This Day in Pop Culture for February 11
It is said that “Beatlemania” traveled from London to New York on this day. Pinocchio was born too.
The Lone Ranger actually began as a radio show that premiered on this day in 1933 by a station-owner who had no knowledge about the old west.