This Day in History: 2022-01-23
1968: Neil Young releases his self-titled debut. It fails to make the top 200 in the US.
1970: The Band kicks off a California tour in San Diego at the Community Concourse.
1971: Stampeders release the single, “Sweet City Woman.”
1973: While playing in New York, Neil Young is handed a piece of paper onstage and announces that a peace accord has been reached in Vietnam. The audience goes crazy for ten minutes. Young then broke into “Southern Man.”
1976: Garfield release their debut album, STRANGE STREETS.
1981: Harold MacIntyre releases the single, “Walk Before You Run.”
1985: The collection of Streetheart outtakes is released as BURIED TREASURES.
1987: Glass Tiger peaks at #7 on Billboard with “Someday.”
1989: “Five Long Years” by Colin James peaks at #5 on the Canadian chart.
1995: Jann Arden embarks on a three week tour of Europe, following her LIVING UNDER JUNE CD selling 100,000 copies.
1996: Amanda Marshall releases the single, “Birmingham.”
1997: Our Lady Peace releases the CLUMSY album.
2001: Annhilator releases their CARNIVAL DIABLOS album.
2002: In front of an invite-only crowd of 400 people, Alanis Morissette performs at Kings College in Strand, London, England.
2011: Paul Warman, manager and songwriter for The Skaliwags succumbs to cancer at the age of 67.
2013: Tragically Hip rock Rexall Place in Edmonton.
2015: Tragically Hip are in New York for a show at Beacon Theatre.
2018: The Frank release their new album, LONG AFTER THE STORM.
2018: Julio Biafore releases the single and video, “Please Tell Me.”