Today in Music History
In 1968, the influential proto-punk band MC5 recorded the now-legendary Kick Out the Jams LP live in Detroit. Some stores refused to stock the album because of the shouted profanity in the title tune. MC5 responded with ads in the underground press, but nonetheless cut another version of Kick Out the Jams which substituted “brothers and sisters” for the offending phrase.
Born This Day Dan Rather, 1931 Michael Landon, 1936 Sally Kirkland, 1941 John Candy, 1950
Jane Pauley, 1950
Larry Mullen Jr., 1961 Dermot Mulroney, 1963 Rob Schneider, 1963 Mike O’Malley, 1966 Willow Smith, 2000 Concerts
Bell MTS Place, 9 p.m. With Chris Lake. Tickets $60 (plus fees) at Ticketmaster.
Windsor Hotel, 9 p.m. With Sammy Kaye. Tickets $12 at Music Trader, Into the Music, Ticketfly.com.
Out and About
Dalnavert Museum, 7 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. Sold out.
Fear the Living Dead
Adrenaline Adventures, 7-11 p.m. Coffin escape, zombie games. Tickets $25 at diyobo.com. Info at fearwpg.ca.
Six Pines Haunted Attractions
Six Pines, Fun by Day, Fear by Night. Haunted barn, terror train, more. Tickets $10-$30 at sixpines. mb.ca/haunt.html.
Burton Cummings Theatre. Haunted theatre production. Tickets $15 and $25 at Ticketmaster. Theatre
Shakespeare in Love
Royal MTC, 7:30 p.m. Tickets $27-$95 at royalmtc.ca, 204-956-1340.
RMTC Warehouse, 7:30 p.m. Tickets $17.50-$41 at royalmtc.ca, 204-956-1340.
Jekyll & Hyde’s Freehouse (437 Stradbrook Ave.): Acoustic open mic with Kevin Hogg
Palm Lounge (Fort Garry Hotel, 222 Broadway): Danny Carroll
Palomino (436 Main St.): Pop Vegas
Royal George Hotel (123 Regent Ave. W.): Tuesday night jam
Shannon’s Irish Pub (175 Carlton St.): Karaoke
Times Change(d) High & Lonesome Club (Main St. & St. Mary Ave.): Comedy open mic
Windsor Hotel (187 Garry St.): The Creepshow, Sammy Kaye