This Day in History: 2022-09-25
Ian Tyson is born in Victoria, BC.
Kensington Market peak at #76 on Canada's pop chart with "Mr
Rush play their second paid gig at the Coff-In at the United Church in Toronto. It's the
first show for new bassist Gary Lee Weinrib.
Mahogany Rush is in Montreal for a show at Cegep Rosemont.
The Guess Who peak at #17 on Billboard's chart with "Rain Dance."
BTO begin a two week run at #70 on Billboard's chart with "Gimme Your Money
Teaze release their self-titled debut album.
1979: Arlene Duncan is among the guests on
The Raes ' TV show.
1981: Deeler is in Vancouver for a show at Whispers, the second of a three night run.
Rush releases their SIGNALS lp.
Neil Young & Crazy Horse are in Providence, RI for a show at the Civic
Aldo Nova releases his SUBJECT… ALDO NOVA album.
Rush is in Providence, RI for a show at the Civic Center.
Corey Hart performs at the Montreal Forum. The show is filmed for a CBC
Hemingway Corner release the single, "So Long JFK."
Harem Scarem releases their third album, VOICE OF REASON.
2001: THE VERY BEST OF
SYLVIA TYSON album is released.
Shania Twain kicks off her world tour in support of UP in Toronto.
Blue Rodeo releaes the SMALL MIRACLES lp.
Joni Mitchell releases her SHINE album.
2007: Gord Bamford releases his HONKY TONKS AND HEARTACHES album.
April Wine is in Montreal for a show at Metropolis.
Jerry Doucette and Murray Porter are on the bill at Edgewater Casino in Vancouver.
2015: Brett Kissell releases his new single, "Airwaves."
Crash Test Dummies release the single, "Promised Land," a charity
song to honour and benefit refugees in Europe.
2016: Scalefighter release their new single, "Roads."
2017: The Carrot Sticks release their new single, "Missing Home."