May 29 in entertainment history

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May 29, 2020

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May 29 in entertainment history

“White Christmas” was recorded in 1942. (Picture/Pininterest)

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Entertainment events that had happened on May 29.

Bing Crosby recorded “White Christmas” in 1942

Country singer Hank Williams was divorced by his wife in 1952

In 1959, one of rock’s first outdoor festivals took place in Georgia, Atlanta, featuring B.B. King, Ray Charles, Jimmy Reed, Ruth Brown, and The Drifters.

Paul McCartney released ‘Mary Had A Little Lamb’ in 1971.

Elvis Presley walked off stage in the middle of a concert in Baltimore in 1971.

Gunmen in the Congo attacked a group of unarmed military observers in 1977 who were escorting Sum 41.

Singer Sean Kingston crashed his watercraft into a bridge in Miami Beach, Florida in 2011.

(With inputs from Agencies)

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