This Day in History: 2022-10-14
Kick Axe guitarist Larry Gilstrom is born in Regina.
Tom Northcott makes it to #20 on the Canadian pop chart with
"Sunny Goodge Street."
Ralph Carlson enters the Canadian country top 10 at #10 with
Tommy Hunter's "The Battle of the Little Big
Horn" peaks at #3 on the Canadian country chart.
Five Man Electrical Band peaks at #32 on the
Canadian chart with "Money Back Guarantee," the second of a two week run.
The Band peak at #13 on the Canadian albums chart with ROCK OF
1972: Franck Dervieux peaks on the Canadian albums chart at #85 with DIMENSION M.
It's his only appearance on the chart.
1972: Cascades make their only appearance on the Canadian pop chart, peaking at
#95 with "Sweet America."
Neil Young releases TIME FADES AWAY.
Mahogany Rush are in Ithica, NY for a show at Cornell
Rush kick off the HEMISPHERES tour with a show at the Memorial Centre in
The Jeff Healey Band make their American TV debut, as guests on
Late Nite With David Letterman.
Odds release their NEST album.
1996: "Let's Make A Night To Remember" by
Bryan Adams begins a two-week run atop Canada's RPM singles
2003: Early country star Gary Buck dies peacefully in his Didsbury, Alberta home
at the age of 63.
2006: Canada's superstar publicist, booking agent and personal manager Gino
Empry dies of congestive heart failure at the age of 83, after suffering a stroke in July. Empry
became famous in the 1970s for bringing international talent to Canada including Tony Bennett,
Peggy Lee, Ella Fitzgerald, Tina Turner and Roy Orbison, among others.
Arcade Fire's Win Butler and Regine Chassagne are on stage
in Ottawa with Bruce Springsteen, playing "State Trooper" and "Keep the Car
2008: Jim Barber releases his CHANCES album.
2014: Bruce Innes of
Original Caste survives a serious car accident outside his
Hailey, Idaho home.
Darby Mills Project is in Vancouver for a show at Russian
2018: Harpdog Brown is in Vancouver for a show at Blues Martini.
2018: From Within Rocks release their single, "Ghost Man."
2019: Prairie Dogz release their self-titled debut album.