This Day in History: 2022-03-29

March 29
1943: Chad Allan is born in Winnipeg as Allan Peter Stanley Kowbel.

1944:Terry Jacks is born in Winnipeg.

1969: The Village STOP is in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania for a show at The Third Eye.

1974: The Guess Who host “The Midnight Special,” where they perform “American Woman,” “Star Baby,” “These Eyes,” “Clap for the Wolfman,” and “Hand Me Down World.”

1975: Mahogany Rush is in Santa Monica, CA for a show at the Civic Auditorium.

1975: Gordon Lightfoot enters the US charts with “Rainy Day People.”

1978: Oscar Peterson and Guy Lombardo are the inaugural inductees into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame.

1980: Rush see “Spirit of Radio” peak at #51 on Billboard’s chart.

1981: Coney Hatch is in Pointes-Claire, Quebec, for the second of a three night run at Maples.

1982: Glass Tiger‘s “Don’t Forget Me When I’m Gone” tops the Canadian singles chart the first week of a two-week run.

1986: Loverboy peaks at #10 on Billboard’s chart with “This Could Be The Night.”

1986: Doug & The Slugs guest star on The Super Dave Osborne Show.

1992: Sass Jordan peaks on the Canadian chart at #12 with “Make You A Believer.”

2004: Anvil’s new album, BACK TO BASICS, is released.

2005: Theory of a Deadman release their sophomore album, GASOLINE.

2009: Sam Roberts, Nickelback, The Stills, Daniel Lanois, Buffy Sainte-Marie, and Serena Ryder are among the winners at the Juno Awards in Vancouver.

2011: Spoons release their STATIC IN TRANSMISSION album.

2011: Kellarissa releases her MOON OF NEPTUNE album.

2011: Sum 41 release their SCREAMING BLOODY MURDER album.

2014: Punch Drunk Cabaret is in Drayton Valley, AB for a show at the Omniplex.

2015: Harold MacIntyre, Joe Howe, and Johnny Burke are in North Bay, Ontario for a show at The Community Hall.

2018: Chilliwack and Prism are in Mission, BC for a show at Clark Theatre.

2018: 54-40 are in Abbostford, BC for a show at the Abbotsford Arts Centre.

2018: Our Lady Peace and Matthew Good are in Prince George, BC for a show at the CN Centre. It’s a make-up date from the night before, cancelled after Good collapsed on stage two nights earlier in Edmonton.

2018: Chocolate Bunnies From Hell are at home in Winnipeg for an Easter Show at Excues Cafe & Lounge.

2019: Lee Aaron is in Winnipeg for a show at Nashville’s.