This Day in History: 2022-12-03
1965: Paupers are in Toronto for the first of two nights at El Patio.
1966: Paupers begin a two-night gig at the Red Gas Room in Toronto.
1980: Zwol is in Toronto and begins a four night run at Nickelodeon.
1981: Triumph is in Dallas, TX for a show at Reunion Arena.
1982: Kim Mitchell is in Kitchener, Ontario for a show at the Coronet Motor Hotel.
1983: Anne Murray tops Billboard’s country chart with “A Little Good News.”
1983: Saga are on Billboard’s singles chart for the last time with “The Flyer,” which peaks at #79.
1987: Pretty Rough guitarist Jack Murray commits suicide.
1991: Crash Test Dummies release the single, “Androgynous.”
1994: Cowboy Junkies peak at #52 on Billboard’s chart with “Sweet Jane.”
1994: Ann Mortifee releases her new album, HEALING JOURNEY.
1995: 54-40 are in Mushroom Studios in Vancouver, working on what would become the SMILIN’ BUDDAH CABARET album.
2007: KD Lang‘s HYMNS OF THE 49TH PARALLEL album is certified double platinum in Australia, selling 140,000 units.
2008: Zappacosta releases the AT THE CHURCH AT BERKLEY lp.
2008: Neil Young is in Halifax for a show at Scotia Bank Place.
2009: Matthew Good plays at The Oxygen Club in Moncton, NB in support of his VANCOUVER lp.
2010: Frank Marino does a rare Canadian show when he plays in his hometown of Montreal at the Corona Theatre.
2014: Trews are in Regina for a show at Casino Regina.
2014: Lee Aaron is in Peterborough, Ontario for a show at The Venue, where she premieres her new song, “If You Don’t Love Me Anymore.”
2015: Headpins are in Langley, BC for a show at Cascades Casino.
2016: Fully Loaded is in Surrey, BC for the second of a two-night stand at Donegal’s Irish House.
2016: The annual Indian Christmas Concert goes down at St Andrew’s United Church in Hamilton. On the card are Keon Crosswell, Steve Hilbert, Prem Tewari, and Neeraj Prem, along with a Kids Trio to open the show.
2019: Raincity release their new single and video, “Give This Up.”