Today in Music History in 1963, the Rolling Stones Entered. [Derived Headline]

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Today in Music History in 1963, the Rolling Stones Entered. [Derived Headline]


Today in Music History

In 1963, the Rolling Stones entered the IBC Studios in London for their first recording session. They recorded cover versions of songs by their R&B heroes -- Bo Diddley, Willie Dixon and Jimmy Reed. The recordings were never released.

Born This Day

Shemp Howard, 1895

Lawrence Welk, 1903

Rupert Murdoch, 1931

Sam Donaldson, 1934

Bobby McFerrin, 1950

Nina Hagen, 1955

Alex Kingston, 1963

Peter Berg, 1964

Lisa Loeb, 1968

Johnny Knoxville, 1971

Thora Birch, 1982

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De Danann

West End Cultural Centre, 8 p.m. Tickets $37.50 at WECC, Ticketfly.com.

WSO: The Best of Rufus Wainwright

Centennial Concert Hall, 8 p.m. Tickets $35-$118 at Ticketmaster.

Theatre

Chimerica

Royal MTC, to March 19. Tickets at $24-$84 204-942-6537, royalmtc.ca.

Hey, Pretty Woman!

Celebrations Dinner Theatre, 6:15 p.m. Tickets $32.25-$72.95 at 204-982-8282.

So, Nu? A Festival of New Winnipeg Jewish Plays

Berney Theatre, 123 Doncaster St. Tickets at 204-477-7478.

Myth of the Ostrich

RMTC Warehouse. Tickets $17-$40 at 204-942-6537, royalmtc.ca.

Reservations

Rachel Browne Theatre. Tickets $15-$25 at 204-989-2400, theatreprojectsmanitoba.ca.

Dance

Dancing in the Streets

Burton Cummings Theatre, 8 p.m. Tickets $49.50-$69.50 at Ticketmaster.

Out and About

Freeze Frame International Film Festival for Kids

CCFM, 340 Provencher Blvd. See complete program at freezeframeonline.org.

WinNtrak Model Railway Group

The Forks, 9:30 a.m. - 9 p.m.

Comedy

Kelly Taylor

Rumor's Comedy Club, 7:45 p.m. and 10:30 p.m. Tickets $15 at 204-488-4520.

Literary

Debbie Strange

McNally Robinson, 7 p. …

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