This Day in History: 2022-06-25
1955: Curtis Tulman of Cruzeros is born in Kelowna, BC.
1966: Hank Snow peaks on Billboard’s country chart at #22 with “The Countdown.”
1966: The Great Scots are on American Bandstand, where they pretend to perform “Ball and Chain” and “Run Run For Your Life.”
1974: Mahogany Rush release their sophomore album, CHILD OF THE NOVELTY.
1976: Mahogany Rush is in Chicago for a show at the Aragon Ballroom.
1977: Max Webster‘s “High Class In Borrowed Shoes” enters the Canadian pop chart at #91.
1978: The legendary Riverboat Club in Toronto’s Yorkville Village closes, with a performance by Murray McLauchlan.
1979: Greg Adams releases his RUNAWAY DREAMS album.
1980: Harold MacIntryre releases the single, “Isn’t My Love Strange.”
1983: “Making It Work” from Doug & The Slugs peaks on the Canadian chart at #29 for the first of a two week run.
1983: Stretch Marks is at Wellington’s in Winnipeg. It’s the second of a three-night stand.
1993: Prism release their JERICHO album.
1993: Charlie Major releases his debut album, THE OTHER SIDE.
1996: The Tragically Hip top Canada’s RPM singles chart for the first time with “Ahead By A Century.”
2002: Nickelback re-releases their first full length album, CURB from ’96.
2002: Michelle Wright releases her SHUT UP AND KISS ME album.
2006: The movie “Rock n Roll Nightmare” is released, starring Thor, who also does the soundtrack.
2008: Harem Scarem releases the HOPE album in Japan.
2009: The Mike Plume Band releases the video for “8:30 Newfoundland.”
2013: Matt Blais releases his new single and video, “Goodbye Sunshine.”
2013: SING ME THE SONGS – CELEBRATING THE WORKS OF KATE McGARRIGLE is released.
2015: Mississippi Live & The Dirty Dirty release the single and video for “Rain Keeper.”
2015: Rush is in Philadelphia for a show at Wells Fargo Centre.
2016: Honeymoon Suite is in Atlanta for a show at Meehan’s Public House – Atlantic Station.
2017: It’s the third of a four-night run with The Steadies at the new Cathedral Social Hall in Sasktoon.
2018: Doug Helle releases his new single, “War Nerves.”
2019: Shawn Mendes’ latest single, “If I Can’t Have You” was certified platinum.