This Day in History: 2022-02-25
1966: Paupers are in Toronto to close out a two night stand at El Patio.
1967: The Paupers are at New York’s Cafe Au Go Go, opening for Jefferson Airplane.
1971: Singer/songwriter Daniel Powter is born, who had a #2 UK single in 2005 with “Bad Day,” also featured in a Coca-Cola ad campaign in Europe.
1972: Brave Belt is in Hollywood, California for a show at the Valley Music Theatre.
1983: Bruce Cockburn releases his THE TROUBLE WITH NORMAL album.
1987: “Canadian Idol” winner Eva Avila is born in Ottawa.
1992: Bryan Adams wins a Grammy for best song written specifically for a motion picture or television – for “(Everything I Do) I Do It For You” from “Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves.”
1994: The Viletones release their A TASTE OF HONEY album, recorded in 1977.
1997: The Nylons release PERFECT FIT.
2011: Helix is in Brandon, Manitoba for a show at The 40.
2012: The Stampeders are in Calgary at the Deerfoot Casino.
2012: Arapacis holds an album release party for NETHERWORLD, their third album, at Montreal’s Bistro de Paris.
2012: Sven Gali guitarist Dee Cernile succumbs to lung cancer at the age of 46.
2013: One Bad Son release their new single and video, “Scarecrows.”
2016: The Hutchinson Andrew Trio perform at The Yardbird Suite in Edmonton.
2016: Kelly Fraser releases her sophomore album, SEDNA, and the title track as the first single.
2020: Trenchfoot release their new single and video, “Dirty June.”