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The Hot Mammas
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@cwfbc has a #camping wish for a terminally ill boy in #campbellriver - we're asking for #donations of #equipment and a #canoe! Pls help!
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3.0 Magnitude #Earthquake Shakes The Manhattan Beach Area, in Los Angeles.…
We are available for bookings - talk to Mamma Georgina, at 778-222-1984, here in #Vancouver. We would love to meet you.
'Big Bang Theory' Delays Production as Cast Still Without Contracts…
Ontario-born actor Tom Green (Tom Green Live) is 43 - Bellingham-born actress Hilary Swank (Beverly Hills 90210) is 40.
The "Terminator" and ex Governor of California - Actor Arnold #Schwarzenegger is 67.
Very special #Birthday wishes to the pride of Fisher Park High School, in Ottawa - singer/songwriter Paul #Anka is 73.
Happy #Birthday to singer Christine McGuire (McGuire Sisters) she is 84. Blues guitarist Buddy Guy is 78.
In 2011, U2 finally brought down the curtain on their 360 world tour – the highest grossing tour of all time. It ended in New Brunswick.
In 2003, The Rolling Stones, and many more - played a benefit concert in Toronto, to prove that the city was safe after a breakout of SARS
In 1998, TV personality Buffalo Bob Smith, the co-creator and host of NBC’s pioneer kids program The Howdy Doody Show, died of cancer at 80.
Also in 1992, Motown’s biggest stars gathered for a memorial service for Mary Wells, who died 4 days earlier of cancer at the age of 49.
In 1992, the Toronto-born co-creator (w/Jerry Siegel) of Superman, and cousin to one-half of the Wayne & Shuster, Joe Shuster died at age 78
In 1987, NBC’s L.A. Law was nominated for 20 Emmy Awards, one shy of the record for nominations. Hill Street Blues was the record holder.
In 1986, RCA Victor Records dropped John Denver from its roster after the release of his single, ‘What Are We Making Weapons For’.
In 1985, the No. 1 Billboard Pop Hit was “Shout,” by Tears for Fears. The song was their second straight No. 1.
In 1978, Fleetwood Mac (on their ‘Rumours’ tour) and the Steve Miller Bandappeared before a sellout crowd at JFK Stadium at Philadelphia.
In 1975, the No. 1 Billboard Pop Hit was “One of These Nights,” by the #Eagles. The song was the band’s second consecutive No. 1 hit.
In 1974, Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band played The Troubadour nightclub in West Hollywood, on a double bill with Roger McGuinn.
In 1970, the Rolling Stones fired Allen Klein as their manager, which led to a long series of costly court actions.
Also in 1968, the Tacoma-based rock group The Ventures recorded the theme from TV’s “Hawaii Five-0″ which would peak at #4 on Billboard.
In 1968, the #Beatles’ Apple Boutique in London closed its doors after 8 months of poor management and heavy losses.
Still in 1966, the #Beatles’ “Yesterday… and Today,” album went #1 and stayed on top for 5 weeks.