The greatest TV series of all-time–premiered on this day, in 1959.
The Beatles starred in their film feature-length film, A Hard Day’s Night, which was released (in the U.S.) on this day in 1964.
A bunch of idiots destroyed records, damaged a baseball field, and forced the White Sox into forfeiting a game–all because they didn’t like a particular style of music. Proof that stupidity has always been with us.
The iconic film that made millions afraid to go in the water, Jaws, was released on this day in 1975.
50 years ago today (in 1967), the Monterey International Pop Festival brought The Jimi Hendrix Experience and The Who to American audiences–kick-starting the “Summer of Love“.
The Jackson 5 made their TV debut on American Bandstand–on this day in 1970.
The Beatles made their first appearance on the Ed Sullivan Show–on this day, in 1964.
It was watched by 73 million viewers.