This Day in History: 2022-06-20
1955:The Four Lads release the single “Moments To Remember.”
1957:Santers bassist Rick Lazaroff is born in Toronto.
1966:The Bossmen release the single, “Brainwashed.”
1974: BEFORE THE FLOOD, a live double album by Bob Dylan and The Band, is released.
1979: Claudja Barry sees “Boogie Woogie Dancin’ Shoes” peak at #56 on Billboard, the second and last time she makes the chart.
1980: RCA releases the compilation, THE BEST OF THE FAMILY BROWN.
1981: Qwest release their debut album, TAMPICO GOLD.
1981: Rough Trade peak at #12 with “Highschool Confidential.”
1984: Parachute Club releases the single “Sexual Intelligence.”
Spoons release their BRIDGES OVER BORDERS album.
1986: Bryan Adams is among the performers during the first ever Prince’s Trust Concert, held in London.
1987: Tim Feehan releases the single, “Where’s The Fire?”
1994: Gaye Delorme is in St Catharines, Ontario for the first of a two-night stand at The Hideaway.
1996: The Band is in London, England for a show at Kentish Town Forum.
2006: Nelly Furtado releases her LOOSE album.
2008: Tupelo Honey is in London, Ontario for a show at the Salt Lounge.
2009: Crash Karma play their first ever show together in Burlington, Ontario.
2010: Donnie Walsh of Downchild Blues Band is inducted into the Canadian Blues Hall of Fame during a ceremony in Windsor, Ont.
2013: Helix begins an Alberta tour at Casino Lethbridge.
2014: Sara McLachlan kicks off her 55 date North American tour in Seattle.
2015: Lex Justice is at home in Edmonton for a show at Big Al’s House of Blues.
2017: Brett Kissell releases his new single, “Canadian Kid.”
2019: After 25 years, Enforcer reunites for a show at the Brass Monkey in Ottawa.
2019: Matt Blais releases his new album, IN SHADOW AND LIGHT.
2019: Glass Tiger release their new single, “This Is Your Life.”