This Day in History: 2022-07-26
1980: April Wine appear at the Monster of Rock festival at Donington Park, England.
1983: Gordon Lightfoot releases his SALUTE album.
1984: Burton Cummings is in Vancouver for a show at the Embassy Nightclub. Opening is Maclean & Maclean.
1992: Bryan Adams releases the single, “Do I Have To Say The Words?”
1995: Kim Mitchell releases his GREATEST HITS album.
2005: Alanis Morissette releases JAGGED LITTLE PILL ACOUSTIC, marking the 10 year anniversary of the original release.
2007: Three Days Grace’s ONE-X album is certified double platinum in Canada.
2008: The Trews play the Bonnyville Centennial Centre for the first time.
2008: Nickelback is at Mountain View Studios in Abbotsford, BC recording what would become their DARK HORSE album later that year.
2008: Paul Anka marries his second wife, Anna Yeager on the island of Sardinia.
2008: Voivod is on stage in Calgary at The Monsters of Rock Festival.
2011: Terri Clark releases her ROOTS AND WINGS album.
2012: Bobby Cameron is on stage at Churchill Square during the Taste of Edmonton Festival.
2016: Tragically Hip are in Vancouver for a show at Rogers Arena.
2017: April Wine is in Edmonton for a show at Klondike Days.
2017: A special memorial jam session is held in Saskatoon at the Capitol Theatre for Steadies guitarist Justin Lee, who passed away the day before in Saskatoon’s ICU of a heart aneurysm.
2019: Drake’s latest single, “God’s Plan,” is certified diamond for a million sales.