This Day in History: 2022-10-29
Joseph at RCA Victor's Montreal office. He's signed to the
label as The Yodeling Ranger.
The Four Lads peak at #5 on the US
charts with "Moments To Remember."
The Diamonds hit number 12 on the US
charts with the single, "Why Do Fools Fall In
1965: Peter Timmins, drummer with
The Cowboy Junkies, is born in
The Esquires are on the bill at The
Montreal Forum, along with headliners The Dave Clark Five.
Rush close out a two-night stand in Roslyn,
New York at My Father's Place.
Bachman Turner Overdrive record a show at
the Budokan in Tokyo for the LIVE IN JAPAN lp.
Anne Murray's "You
Needed Me" tops Billboard's chart.
Bryan Adams enters Manta Studios
in Toronto to begin work on his self titled debut album.
Rush is in New Orleans for a show at The
Rush release their live EXIT… STAGE LEFT
Spoons are in Toronto for a show at The
Concert Hall. It's simulcast on fm and tv.
Helix peaks on Billboard's albums
chart at #194 with NO REST FOR THE WICKED.
54-40 release the album, SHOW ME.
Roch Voisine, Real World and
Punjabi By Nature are the guests on Rita MacNeil's CBC debut,
"Rita & Friends." The show draws 1.7 million
Paul Anka guests on "The
Joni Mitchell releases two
separate compilation albums – HITS, and MISSES.
Blue Peter play their first show in
12 years, at The Velvet Underground in Toronto.
Joni Mitchell is on tour with
Bob Dylan, in Toronto for a show at MLG.
2002: OPUS X from
Chilliwack is re-released on CD in
2005: "Canadian Idol" winner Melissa
O'Neil has her single, "Alive!" top Canada's
singles chart. It stays there for five weeks.
2007: Air Mail Archive re-release five Bruce
Cockburn albums Stateside – BRUCE COCKBURN, HIGH WINDS – WHITE SKY,
SUNWHEEL DANCE, NIGHT VISION, and SALT SUN AND TIME. 2011:
Punch Drunk Cabaret is
at The Bailey Theatre in Camrose, Alberta, shooting the video for
"Two Brown Bottles of Beer."
Streetheart is in Cold Lake, Alberta
for a show at the Energy Centre.
Big Sugar is live in Saskatoon at
2017: Alex Focused is in Toronto for a show at Eden
2019: During a ceremony in Toronto,
Dead South receive their first gold
record plaque for the single, ""n Hell I'll Be In