This Day in History: 2022-05-27
1947: Rhinoceros guitarist Alan Gerber is born in Chicago.
1966: Bob Dylan’s show at Royal Albert Hall in London is the last of his most recent world tour, and the last with The Band as his backing group.
1970: Only five months after his debut album, Neil Young releases EVERYBODY KNOWS THIS IS NOWHERE, the first of many albums featuring his on-again, off again backup band Crazy Horse.
1978: Walter Rossi releases his second album, SIX STRINGS NINE LIVES.
1978: It’s night three for The B-Girls, along with the Void-Oids and The Ugly at the Horseshoe Tavern in Toronto.
1981: Steelback releases their only EP, FIVE STAR LADY.
1982: Bryan Adams releases the single, “Lonely Nights.”
1983: Triumph is in Atlanta for a show at The Omni.
1983: Blue Peter is in Toronto for a show at BJ Cuddles.
1983: Bryan Adams releases the single, “Cuts Like A Knife.”
1986: David Wilcox is in Owen, Ontario for a show at Brothers.
1990: Brett Kissell is born in St Paul, Alberta, but grew up on the family farm outside Flat Lake.
1996: BROKEN ARROW, which reunites Neil Young with Crazy Horse, is released.
1997: Volcano Records releases The Nylons‘ HITS OF THE 60s – A CAPALLA STYLE.
2005: Hometown group Rustic Charm is at Beantrees in Cold Lake, Alberta in front of a standing room only crowd.
2006: Prism plays in Cold Lake, Alta at Starz. Al Harlow, former bassist, is now singer and guitarist, and now the only original member left in the group.
2011: Robbie Robertson becomes a member of The Order of Canada.
2011: Anvil is in Edmonton for a show at the Starlite Room.
2014: Neil Young releases the boxset of covers, A LETTER HOME.
2015: Connie Kaldor‘s SMALL CAFE album is re-released on CD through Philo Records.
2017: April Wine is in Calgary for a show at the Deerfoot Casino.
2017: Brett Kissell takes the stage at the Rainmaker Festival in St Albert, Alberta.
2019: Matt Blais releases his single and video, “Everything Connected.”