It was September 22, 1991 that the Huntington Library made the Dead Sea Scrolls available to the public for the first time.
Also that month, Iraqi officials confiscated documents from U.N. weapons inspectors, refusing to allow them to leave the site without turning over other documents. A 4-day standoff ensued. Iraq finally permitted the team to leave with the documents after the U.N. Security Council threatened enforcement actions.
And Seattle-based band Nirvana releases their second album Nevermind, which would go on to replace Michael Jackson‘s album Dangerous at number one on Billboard‘s charts. Nevermind would then make the Grunge movement explode and become one of the most famous rock albums of all time.
And these were the top 5 songs on Billboard’s Adult Contemporary chart for September 21, 1991:
#5 – Aaron Neville – Everybody Plays The Fool
#4 – Amy Grant – Every Heartbeat
#3 – Rod Stewart – The Motown Song
#2 – Michael Bolton – Time, Love and Tenderness
#1 – Bryan Adams – (Everything I Do) I Do It For You