This Day in History: 2022-09-28

Sept 28

Steppenwolf bassist Nick St. Nicholas is born in Pion, Germany as Klaus Karl

Margo Davidson of
Parachute Club is born in Simcoe, Ont.

Terry Black enters the Canadian chart at # 26 with "Unless You

The Paupers are in New York, opening for Cream at Cafe Au Go Go

Rush opens for T Rex in Johnstown, Penn.

1974: "Rock Me Gently" by
Andy Kim tops the Billboard singles chart.

Jackson Hawke release the single, "You Can't Dance."

Lee Aaron is in Kitchener, Ontario for the second of a three-night run at the
Coronet Motor Hotel.

Neil Young is in London for a show at Wembley Arena.

Rush is in New Haven, Conn at the Coliseum. The show was re-scheduled from four days
earlier, when Geddy was still suffering from the flu.

1991: Much Music holds its Video Awards ceremony in Toronto. Among the winners are
Helix for Best Heavy Metal Video for "Running Wild In the 21st Century."
Presenting the award are
Chrissy Steele and
Lee Aaron.

1991: It's been there forever, and
Bryan Adams' "Everything I Do" ends a nine-week run atop
Canada's singles chart.

Alanis Morissette becomes the first Canadian woman to top Billboard's
charts with her CD, JAGGED LITTLE PILL.

1996: Prior to a club date in Toronto and the members then still in high school, Supernova change their
name to
Sum 41 – the 41st day of their summer vacation.

2010: Justin Beiber releases his new single and video for "U Smile."

Lee Aaron's EMOTIONAL RAIN album from 1996 is re-released on CD.

George Canyon's major label debut (and third album overall), ONE GOOD
FRIEND is released.

Nickelback release their ALL THE RIGHT REASONS album.

2006: Clayton Hill is hired as
Trooper's new drummer.

Alexisonfire releases a special album, entitled ITUNES ORIGINALS.

2010: LE NOISE, the experimental album by Daniel Lanois and
Neil Young is released.

Rush play to a sold-out crowd in Saskatoon at SaskTel Centre.

Blue Rodeo release the single and video for "Stealin' All My

Emerson Drive is in Whitecourt, Alberta for a show at Eagle River

Punch Drunk Cabaret is in Edmonton for a show at Station on

Crash Test Dummies are in Sherwood Park, Alberta for a show at Festival
Place, celebrating the 25th anniversary of GOD SHUFFLED HIS FEET and peforming the album in its entirety.

2018: Gil Grand is in Slave Lake, Alberta for a show at the Legacy Theatre, where he does a Conway
Twitty show.

2019: Monuments Galore and
Chocolate Bunnies From Hell are home in Winnipeg for a show
at the Royal Albert Theatre.

2019: Mail Order Bride release their new single and video, "The Lovers."

2019: Borg Queen release their new single and video, "Lapdance Romance."

2019: The MacQueens are at Lot 42 in Toronto for an album release party for their new album, YOU ME AND