This Day in History: 2022-01-15
1961: Paul Anka’s “Story Of My Love” enters the Canadian charts at #16.
1964: Terry Black releases the single, “Unless You Care.”
1972: Aaron Space‘s debut single, “Keep On Moving” climbs to #83, where it stays for three weeks.
1975: Myles & Lenny release their sophomore album, IT ISN’T THE SAME.
1975: Rush play with the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra.
1977: April Wine release their FOREVER FOR NOW album.
1979: Footloose appear on the Edmonton TV show, “Any Way You Want It.” For their time, the band members are given gift certificates for blue jeans at a local clothing store.
1983: Headpins open for KISS in Ottawa at the Civic Centre.
1989: The Pursuit of Happiness see their single, “I’m An Adult Now” peak at #6 on Billboard’s Alternative chart.
1989: “Live in Belgium,” filmed during Bryan Adams‘ late 1987 tour of Europe airs on CBC.
1998: George Fox sees his GREATEST HITS album certified gold in Canada.
2002: Bruce Cockburn releases the ‘best of’ ANYTHING, ANYTIME, ANYWHERE.
2008: Econoline Crush release their IGNITE album.
2011: A resurgance in interest in the classics sees Guy Lombardo‘s “Auld Sang Lyne” peak at #2 on Billboard.
2011: Kim Wempe opens for Rawlins Cross at the Capitol Theatre in Moncton, NB.
2013: Texarillo releases their album, BLACK SATIN BLUES.
2015: CARAS (Canadian Association of Recording Arts & Sciences) announce Rush as the recipient of the 2015 Allan Waters Humanitarian Award.
2016: Holly Woods & Toronto are in Toronto for a show at The 40.