This Day in History: 2022-11-09
1964: Robert Goulet releases the single, “My Love Forgive Me.”
1968: The Paupers are in Toronto for the first of a two night run at the Night Owl.
1970: Bruce Cockburn is in Thunder Sound Studios in Toronto, working on what would become his HIGH WINDS WHITE SKY album.
1973: Lighthouse is in Arkadelphia, Arkansas for a show at Henderson State College.
1973: The Guess Who is in Las Vegas for a show at The Convention Center.
1974: BTO begin three weeks on top of Canada\s singles chart with “You Ain’t Seen Nothin’ Yet.” They also top Billboard’s chart this week.
1974: Mahogany Rush are in Atlanta for a show at the Electric Ballroom to close out a four-night stand.
1974: Gordon Lightfoot‘s “Carefree Highway” peaks on Billboard’s pop chart at #10.
1976: Gordon Lightfoot is in New York for a show at the Lincoln Center.
1982: Coney Hatch opens for Judas Priest in Vancouver at Pacific Coliseum.
1985: Helix releases the LONG WAY TO HEAVEN album.
1986: Killer Dwarfs release their STAND TALL album.
1991: It was there and gone, now it’s back. Bryan Adams‘ “Can’t Stop This Thing We Started” is atop the Canadian singles chart.
2004: Mahogany Rush release the REAL LIVE double album.
2010: Rawlins Cross release their HEART HEAD HANDS album.
2010: A three-alarm fire in a California warehouse where Neil Young stored everything from vintage cars to guitar cases cause $800,000 in damages. The cause is promptly investigated, but officials say they don’t find any evidence of arson.
2013: Hometown boys Midlife Crisis are the after show entertainment after the Alice Cooper concert at the Energy Centre in Cold Lake, Alta.
2015: Betty Moon releases her new single, a cover of Dylan’s “Like A Rolling Stone.”
2017: Headstones are in Vancouver for a show at the Capitol Theatre.
2018: Headstones are in WInnipeg with the Matchstick Skeletons for the second of a two night stand at the Club Regent Event Centre.
2018: Walk Off The Earth release their third Christmas album, and their last before frontman Mike Taylor’s death less than two months later – SUBSCRIBE TO THE HOLIDAYS.
2018: George Canyon is in Edmonton, closing out a two-night stand at Yellowhead Casino.
2018: Motive Force release their first single and video, “High Tops and Headphones.”
2019: Sparkling Apple is on their fiftieth anniversary, and their final, tour. They’re in Surrey, BC for a show at Donegal’s. Opening is Crush.
2019: Adam Cousins is in Oshawa, Ont for a show at The Corral, the third in four nights.
2019: Carole Pope is in Hamilton for a show at This Ain’t Hollywood. Opening are Sate and Moonlight Desires.
2019: Ian Thomas is in Oshawa, Ont for a show at The Regent.
2019: Jann Arden is in Enoch, Alberta for a show at River Cree Casino.