This Day in History: 2022-03-14
1966: Ray Hutchinson peaks at #12 on the Canadian pop chart with “Rose Marie.”
1969: The Guess Who release their WHEATFIELD SOUL album.
1970: The Poppy Family release the single “Whch Way You Goin’ Billy?” in the US.
1970: The Band peak at #57 on Billboard’s chart with “Rag Mama Rag.”
1971: Jerry & Joanne are featured on The Ralph Emery Show, the pre-eminent country & western talk show at the time.
1972: Ken Tobias releases his debut album, DREAM #2.
1975: Mahogany Rush are at Tempo Studios in Montreal, working on what what become the STRANGE UNIVERSE album.
1978: Bim releases his THISTLES album.
1978: April Wine release their FIRST GLANCE album.
1979: The movie Voices is released, which has Burton Cummings writing and/or singing several of the songs.
1979: Blue Peter open for Boomtown Rats the second of a two night stand at El Mocambo in Toronto.
1981: Rhinegold end a three-night run in Ottawa at Barrymore’s Music Hall.
1981: Loverboy is on Solid Gold, lip-synching “Turn Me Loose.”
1982: Wildroot Orchestra release the single, “Hurricane Freda.”
1983: Jamie James releases his first solo album after leaving Kingbees, THE BIG ONE.
1986: The Band is in Kansas City for a show at Memorial Hall.
1987: The Arrows release the album, THE LINES ARE OPEN.
1992: Rawlins Cross release the album, CROSSING THE BORDER.
1993: Wild T & The Spirit release the single, “Freedom Train.”
2003: Matthew Good sees his album, THE AUDIO OF BEING, certified gold in Canada.
2007: Julian Austin releases his new album, THE RED & WHITE.
2007: Sum 41 are in LA at Ocean Way Studio, finishing up their upcoming album, UNDERCLASS HERO.
2011: Little Scream release their THE GOLDEN RECORD album.
2012: Punch Drunk Cabaret release their self-titled debut album.
2014: Dallas Smith releases an extended version of his new single, “Tipping Point.”
2015: Emerson Drive is in Cold Lake, Alberta for a show at the Energy Centre.
2017: Loverboy release their new single and video for “Stop The Rain.”
2019: Bryan Adams‘ SHINE A LIGHT peaks at #2 on the UK Albums Chart.