This Day in History: 2022-05-22
1957: CHUM AM switches to a “Top 50” format, and begins its own chart.
1959: Lisa Dalbello is born in Toronto.
1967: Dan Roberts, bassist for Crash Test Dummies is born in Winnipeg.
1971: Annie Murray sees her version of “Put Your Hand In The Hand” – released before Ocean‘s version, peak at #67 on Billboard’s country chart in its second and last week on the chart.
1972: The Guess Who play a show in Seattle, Washington. The concert becomes the LIVE AT THE PARAMOUNT album.
1979: Max Webster plays their first Norweigan gig ever in Oslo.
1982: Coney Hatch is in Minden, Ontario for a show at the local arena.
1987: Jitters release the single, “Last Of The Red Hot Fools.”
1994: Ian Tyson is in Vancouver for a show at the Fairgrounds in Cloverdale, BC.
1995: Headstones release their sophomore album, TEETH AND TISSUE.
1996: Blackie & The Rodeo Kings release their debut album, HIGH OR HURTIN’.
2004: Terri Clark is in Cloverdale, BC for a show at the Agriplex.
2005: Country singer-songwriter Terry Carisse succumbs to cancer at the age of 62.
2008: Finger Eleven debut the video for “Paranoid Freak” on MuchMusic.
2008: Doc Walker and Lonnie Mack take the stage at Bonnyville, Alberta’s Centennial Centre.
2010: Little Caesar & The Consuls are in Toronto for a show at the Old Mill.
2010: Broken Social Scene peaks on Billboard’s albums chart at #34 with FORGIVENESS ROCK RECORD.
2012: Dallas Smith releases his debut solo album (and first country effort), JUMP RIGHT IN.
2013: Corb Lund is in Eugene, Oregon for a show with The Koozies at the Community Center for the Performing Arts.
2015: Doug & The Slugs are in Whitecourt, Alberta for a show at The Conference Centre.
2015: It’s a special show for Prism fans at Argyll Centre in North Vancouver, as alumni Al Harlow, Rocket Norton, John Hall, and Ab Bryant play together for the first time.