This Day in History: 2022-11-10

Nov 10
1932: Pianist Paul Bley is born in Montreal.

1958: Hank Snow peaks on Billboard’s country chart at #16 with “A Woman Captured Me.”

1962: Hank Snow tops Billboard’s country chart with “I’ve Been Everywhere,” the first of two weeks at #1.

1968: The Paupers are in Toronto closing out 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.

1975: All 29 crew members die when a freighter sinks on Lake Superior. The tragedy is immortalized in Gordon Lightfoot‘s “The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald,” released in ’76.

1979: Hank Snow enters Billboard’s country chart and peaks at #98 with “It Takes Too Long” the first of its two weeks on the chart.

1982: Coney Hatch opens for Judas Priest in Portland at Memorial Coliseum. It’s the first of two shows in three nights.

1984: Triumph releases their THUNDER SEVEN album in the US.

1985: “One Night Love Affair” by Bryan Adams peaks on the Billboard singles chart at #13.

1990: Back by popular demand, Jeff Healey returns to the Hammersmith Odeon for the second show in a month.

1990: Anne Murray peaks at #5 on Billboard’s country chart with “Feed This Fire.”

1991: Bryan Adams releases the single, “There Will Be Another Tonight.”

1998: Rush release DIFFERENT STAGES, a double live album taken from shows over the years.

1999: Kim Mitchell is the guest on The Mike Bullard Show, promoting his new album, KIMOSABE.

1999: Matthew Good sees his BEAUTIFUL MIDNIGHT album certified platinum in Canada.

2001: Nelly Furtado peaks on Billboard’s singles chart at #5 with “Turn Out The Light.”

2002: Bryan Adams is among those performing at the Royal Opera House in London, England during the Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund benefit.

2005: Stampeders are in Brampton, Ontario for a show at the Heritage Theatre.

2009: Faber Drive release their sophomore album, CAN’T KEEP A SECRET, and the first single, “Payoff.”

2011: Big Sugar is in Winnipeg for a show at the Burton Cummings Theatre.

2012: Following his breakup with Selena Gomez, Justin Bieber plays an acoustic version of “Cry Me A River” at his show in Boston.

2014: Trews are in Winnipeg for a show at the Burton Cummings Theatre.

2016: Kick Axe and Helix are in Winnipeg for a show at the Regent Center.

2016: Michael Chenowith is in Edmonton for a show at Smokehouse BBQ.

2016: Darker Still releases their self-titled debut EP.

2018: Killer Dwarfs are in Oshawa, Ontario for a show at The Music Hall. Opening is Carbon.

2018: Goddo is in Niagara Falls, Ontario for a show at Queen Seneca Theatre.

2018: George Canyon is in Grande Prairie, Alberta for a show at Revolution Place.

2018: Headstones are with Matchstick Skeletons in Brandon, Manitoba for a show at the Centennial Auditorium.

2019: Ian Thomas is in Oshawa, Ontario for a show at the Regent Theatre.