This Day in History: 2022-12-04
1946: The Paupers‘ Bill Misener is born in Hamilton.
1965: Paupers are in Toronto for the second of two nights at El Patio.
1966: Paupers end a two-night gig at the Red Gas Room in Toronto.
1977: Country star and former vocalist for Default, Dallas Smith is born in Langley, BC.
1978: It’s Frank Marino & Mahogany Rush‘s first time in Japan, playing in Tokyo at Kourakuen Hall.
1979: France Joli is among the guests on The Raes ‘ TV show.
1980: Zwol is in Toronto for the second of a four night run at Nickelodeon.
1982: Teenage Head is in Collingwood, Ontario for a show at the Arlington.
1982: Chilliwack sees “Whatcha Gonna Do” peak at #41 on Billboard’s chart.
1985: Lee Aaron is in Markethalle in Hamburg, Germany.
1987: Voivod are in the studio to begin work on their DIMENSION HATROSS album.
1989: Sherry Kean releases her video and single “Diamonds & Pearls.”
1993: “Please Forgive Me” by Bryan Adams begins a six-week run atop Canada’s RPM singles chart.
1995: “Hand In My Pocket” by Alanis Morissette begins a four-week run on top of Canada’s RPM singles chart.
1995: 54-40 are in Mushroom Studios in Vancouver, working on what would become the SMILIN’ BUDDAH CABARET album.
1998: Moxy Fruvous is in Clinton, NY for a show at the Kirkland Arts Centre.
2004: Joshuas Habit are in Winnipeg for a show at The Zoo.
2010: The movie Hard Core Logo 2 is premiered at the Whistler Film Festival in Whistler, BC. It stars Headstones frontman Hugh Dillon.
2014: Lee Aaron is in Peterborough, Ontario for a show at The Venue.
2014: Trooper is Lake Louise, Alberta for a show at Chateau Lake Louise.
2015: Jim Galloway and The Project are live in Regina at the Lancaster Taphouse.
2015: Carson Cole is in Edmonton for the Biker Christmas Bash at Big Al’s House of Blues.
2015: Punch Drunk Cabaret is in St Albert, Alberta for the first of a two-night stand at the Bourbon Room.
2017: Junkhouse‘s Tom Wilson releases his autobiography, “Beautiful Scars.”
2018: Rush’s Geddy Lee releases his new book, “Big Beautiful Book of Basses.” To maximize sales, there are three versions available to the masses.
2018: Matchstick Skeletons open for Headstones in Waterloo, Ont at Maxwell’s.
2019: Most Likely Forever release their new single, “Facta Non Verba.”