This Day in History: 2022-04-14
1928: Pianist Norman Armadio is born in Timmins, Ontario.
1948: Greg Adams is born in Toronto.
1972: April Wine is in Montreal opening for Jethro Tull at the Forum.
1978: Mahogany Rush is in Seattle, Washington for a show at Paramount Northwest. Opening is Judas Priest.
1979: Hank Snow debuts and peaks at #80 on Billboard’s country chart with “The Mysterious Lady From St Martinique.
1979: Frank Marino & Mahogany Rush are in Florida for a show at the Orlando Arena during the Florida World Music Festival.
1982: Aldo Nova‘s self-titled debut is certified gold in the US.
1989: Rita MacNeil makes her Amercian concert debut at the Berklee Performance Center in Boston.
1989: Bryan Adams peforms “Kids Want To Rock” with the Russian group Aureole (Halo) live from Moscow during the internationally broadcasted World Video Music Awards.
1999: Tal Bachman releases the single, “She’s So High.”
2009: Holly Woods & Toronto are in Moose Jaw, Sask at The Cornerstone Pub.
2009: Melissa McClelland releases her fourth studio album, VICTORIA DAY.
2009: Barney Bentall releases his LIVE AT CATES HILL album.
2012: Tiffany Dowhan is in Cold Lake, Alberta for a show at Exhibition Park, following the Bullarama.
2015: Craig Ruhnke succumbs to cancer at the age of 65.
2016: Wickedkick release their new single and video, “Throttle Up & Grind.”
2017: Walk Off The Earth release their first album on their own label, BEARD BALLADS VOLUME ONE.