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Today in Music History

In 1986, a Los Angeles judge ordered the producers of the Beatlemania stage show and movie to pay Apple Corps Limited, the Beatles' record and holding company, $10 million. The judge ruled the show's primary purpose was to commercially exploit the Beatles' popularity. Beatlemania featured four Beatle look-alikes who performed the group's biggest hits.

 

Born This Day

Dennis Weaver, 1924

Bruce Dern, 1936

Freddy Fender, 1937

Michelle Phillips, 1944

Lindsay Frost, 1962

Rachel Griffiths, 1968

Scott Wolf, 1968

Horatio Sanz, 1969

Noah Wyle, 1971

Angelina Jolie, 1975

Bar Refaeli, 1985

 

Theatre

Shakespeare in the Ruins: The Comedy of Errors

Trappist Monastery Provincial Heritage Park, 7:30 p.m. Tickets $15 to $30 at 204-942-5483.

 

Comedy

Lars Callieou

Rumor's Comedy Club, 8 p.m. Tickets $12 to $20 at 204-488-4520.

Laugh It Up

Jekyll & Hyde's, 9:30 p.m. Free.

 

Out and About

Winnipeg Spoken Word Festival

Gas Station Theatre. Tickets and schedule at winnipegspokenwordfestival.com.

Literary

James W. Hoddinott

McNally Robinson Booksellers, 7 p.m. Launch of The Fates.

June Flanders

McNally Robinson Booksellers, 7:30 p.m. Launch of Of Passions and Pain(t)s featuring illustrations by Ryan Ginter.

 

Nightclubs

The Brogue/Round Table Steakhouse (800 Pembina Hwy.): Grant and Nazeen

Garrick Hotel (287 Garry St.): Real Ponchos

Park Theatre (698 Osborne St.): Scott Nolan, Brandy Zdan, Zachary Lucky

Royal George Hotel (123 Regent Ave. W.): Greg Pester and John Hannah

Union Sound Hall (114 Market Ave.): Surprise Party, Fountain, Human Music

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition June 4, 2014 C4

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