Today in Music History IN 1983, a Fire Broke Out. [Derived Headline]

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Today in Music History IN 1983, a Fire Broke Out. [Derived Headline]


Today in music history

IN 1983, a fire broke out in a bathroom aboard an Air Canada jet, which was forced to make an emergency landing in Cincinnati. Twenty-three people died, including Canadian folksinger Stan Rogers. Eighteen people survived.

Born this day

Sally Kellerman, 1937

Charlie Watts, 1941

Stacy Keach, 1941

Marvin Hamlisch, 1944

Jerry Mathers, 1948

Dana Carvey, 1955

Wentworth Miller, 1972

Wayne Brady, 1972

Nikki Cox, 1978

Today's lineup

Concerts

Sweet Adelines

MTC Warehouse Theatre, 7:30 p.m. Tickets $10 and $20 at 837-4767.

Randy Travis

McPhillips Station Casino, 3 and 8 p.m. Country music singer-songwriter. Sold out.

Oh! California!

Pyramid Cabaret, 10 p.m. $8. All proceeds donated to Kids Help Phone.

Zeus

Lo Pub, 10 p.m. $10.

Benefit Concert for Refugee Fund

Crescent for Rouge United Church 7:30 p.m. Admission $15.

Theatre

Romeo and Juliet

Manitoba Theatre for Young People, 7 p.m., The Forks. 942-8898 MYTP box office.

Root Sky Productions

Aleta Dey, 3 and 8 p.m., 91 Albert St. Admission $12.

Hey Abbot!

Merlyn Productions, Abbott & Costello impressionists Chase & Hamill 2 and 7:30 p.m. Ellice Theatre. Tickets $7 and $10 at or 415-2714.

Ghostbusted

Celebrations Dinner Theatre, 6:15 p.m. Canad Inns Fort Garry. Tickets from $28.95 to $64.95 at 982-8282.

Comedy

Rumor's

Tom Simmons, 7:45 and 10:30 p.m. ; $15 at 488-4520 or rumorscomedyclub.com.

Nitespots

Alive (140 Bannatyne): Pop Vegas

Canadiana Hotel (1400 Notre Dame): Frankie and the Poor Boys

Cavern (112 Osborne, downstairs): Dining Room Diplomats, Maclean Bros and Revival

Cowboys (1034 Elizabeth): Travis Barrre

Grant and Wilton Coffee House (1077 Grant): Jane Enkin with Gary Brenner with guests Rewind Quitet

Highway 75 Blues and Sports Bar (Pembina Hotel): Chris Carmichael Band

Jaguars Dance Club (Club Regent): Almost Famous

Jeffrey's (1420 Henderson): Hitmen

Lo Pub (330 Kennedy): Zeus, Two Hours Traffic, The Darcys

The Loft Gastropub (774 Corydon): Grace Hrabi's Trio

Marion (393 Marion): Equal Loudness Curve

Mirrors Pub Club (1975 Portage): Damn Straight

The Oak (826 Regent): Kenny Shields

Palm Room (Fort Garry Hotel, 222 Broadway): Lindsay White

Palomino (1133 Portage): Mother Groove

Pony Corral (Grant Park at Wilton): Mike and the Eastwood Gang

Pony Corral (Downtown): DJ St. …

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