Fans celebrate Earth, Wind & Fire day on ‘September’ date
Earth, Wind & Fire start out asking “do you remember,” but could anyone really forget?
Those words start the legendary funk band’s hit “September.” On an annual basis, the band and fans celebrate Earth, Wind & Fire day on Sept. 21, the date referenced in the song.
The date was when singer Maurice White’s son, Kahbran, was supposed to be born in 1978, according to a Wall Street Journal story.
The song, released in November 1978, peaked at No1. on Billaboard’s rhythm and blues / hip-hop songs chart and No. 8 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.
🤩 Tonight is THE night!!https://t.co/xt5D4T1iJi
— Earth, Wind & Fire (@EarthWindFire) September 21, 2019
— Wild & Fluorescent ✨ (@ShaylaRacquel) September 21, 2019
Because it's the 21st of September, does this mean I can play Earth, Wind and Fire all day without judgement? pic.twitter.com/nvJOgfmxWf
— Paige (@paigesummerblog) September 21, 2019
just a reminder that since it's the 21st of september, you're only allowed to listen to september by earth wind and fire. nothing else, just that song on repeat for the whole day.
— EARTH WIND AND FIRE DAY!!! (@wonderdamnvers) September 21, 2019
Zach Brendza is a Tribune-Review digital producer. You can contact Zach at 724-850-1288, [email protected] or via Twitter .