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Posted: 03/13/2013 1:00 AM | Comments: 0

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Today in Music History

 

IN 1996, state legislators in Mississippi withdrew a resolution to honour songwriter Glen Ballard. They were upset with the lyrics to You Oughta Know, the sexually explicit Alanis Morissette hit that Ballard co-wrote.

 

Born This Day

Sammy Kaye, 1910

W.O. Mitchell, 1914

Neil Sedaka, 1939

William H. Macy, 1950

Adam Clayton, 1960

 

Today's Lineup

Concerts

 

Bob Seger and the Silver Bullet Band

MTS Centre, 7:30 p.m. Tickets $65 to $110 at Ticketmaster and Live Nation.

Theatre

Le Cercle Molière

Sacrée famille!, to March 23 at the Theatre Cercle Molière, 340 Provencher. Tickets at 204-233-8053.

 

Out and About

Female Impersonators: Women Performing Women

A program of videos by Manitoba women artists, Eckhardt-Gramatte Hall 7 p.m. Gallery 1C03, U of W, 515 Portage Ave.

Nightclubs

BIG A (1975 Portage): Mark David Stallard with Ryan Janz

Five Fifty Five (555 South Osborne): Vinyl Pick Mix Night

Le Garage Cafe (166 Provencher): Pierre Freynet and Friends

Pony Corral (444 St. Mary Ave.): Piano Cats

Royal George Hotel (123 Regent): Sassy Jack

The Club: Upperdeck Sports Bar (McPhillips Station Casino): Rock the Mic

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition March 13, 2013 C4

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