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Today in Music History

In 1871, the Royal Albert Hall in London was opened by Queen Victoria.

Born This Day

Eric Idle, 1943

Chad Allen, 1943

Vangelis, 1943

Terry Jacks, 1944

Annabella Sciorra, 1960

Amy Sedaris, 1961

Elle MacPherson, 1964

Lucy Lawless, 1968

Junos events

Manitoba Rocks

WSO with Imaginary Cities, Royal Canoe, Nathan and the Lytics, 8 p.m. Tickets at 204-949-3999.

Classical Music Showcase

Land's End Ensemble, Antiphony Choir, Isabel Bayrakdarian, James Campbell, James O'Callaghan, Serouj Kradjian and Stewart Goodyear. Saturday, 1 p.m., Eckhart-Gramatté Hall, U of W.

Junior Junos

Charlie Hope, Gary Rasberry, Helen Austin, Marie-Claude and Splash 'N Boots, 9:30 a.m., Manitoba Children's Museum. Tickets $18.

The Cavern

Latka, Sons of York, the Ripperz, Dr. Rage & The Uppercuts, 10 p.m., 112 Osborne St. Tickets $15.

Exchange Event Centre

Leonard Sumner, Amanda Rheaume, George Leach, Inez Jasper and A Tribe Called Red, 9 p.m., 291 Bannatyne Ave. Tickets $15.

Folk Exchange

Rayannah, Sierra Noble, Mike Rud and Donovan Woods, Saturday, 8 p.m., Folk Exchange, 2013-211 Bannatyne Ave. Tickets $15.

Le Garage Café

Justin Lacroix, Chez Willi, Les Surveillantes, marijosée, 10 p.m., 166 Provencher Blvd. Tickets $15.

Metropolitan Event Centre

Atlaas, Les Jupes, the Treble, Chic Gamine and Moses Mayes, Saturday, 9 p.m., 281 Donald St. Tickets $15.

Ozzy's

DJ Co-op, DJ Hectic, DJ Hunnicutt, Jamil, DJ Lonnie Ce, and DJ Zuke with Jacynthe, Rich Kidd and more, 10 p.m., 160 Osborne St. Tickets $15.

Park Theatre

Take Me to the Pilot, Distances, Teenage Kicks, the Flatliners and Pigeon Park, Saturday, 9 p.m., 698 Osborne St. Tickets $15.

Pyramid Cabaret

JPNSGRLS, Glorious Sons, Rich Aucoin, Mounties and Mahogany Frog, 9 p.m., 176 Fort St. Tickets $15.

Shannon's Irish Pub

The Mariachi Ghost, RasTamils, Lemon Bucket Orchestra, 10 p.m., 175 Carlton St. Tickets $15.

Times Change(d) High and Lonesome Club

Eagle Lake Owls, 100 Mile House, Red Moon Road and Sweet Alibi, 8 p.m., 234 Main St. Tickets $15.

West End Cultural Centre

The Bros. Landreth, Del Barber, Autumn Hill and the Strumbellas, 8 p.m., 586 Ellice Ave. Tickets $15.

Whiskey Dix

Keith and Renée, Desiree Dorion, Small Town Pistols and Leanne Person, 436 Main St. Tickets $15.

Windsor Hotel

David Gogo, Romi Mayes, James Buddy Rogers and Sol James, 9 p.m., 187 Garry St. Tickets $15.

Union Sound Hall

Megan Bonnell, No, Reuben and the Dark, and the Darcys, 10 p.m., 110 Market Ave. Tickets $15.

The Zoo

Northern Elms, the Civil Disobedients, Loco and Dreadnaut, 10 p.m., 160 Osborne St. Tickets $15.

Concerts

Cedit, Hyems Be Gone Winter!

St. Andrew's River Heights United Church, 7:30 p.m. Tickets $8 and $15 at the faculty office, 65 Dafoe Rd.. 204-474-9310 or at the door.

Jeff Presslaff CD Release

Neil Bardal Centre, 3030 Notre Dame Ave., 8 p.m. Tickets $10 at the WJO website or Bardal's, 204-949-2200.

Theatre

Kim's Convenience

RMTC Mainstage, to April 5. Tickets start at $25 at 204-942-6537 or mtc.mb.ca

Night Light

Manitoba Theatre For Young People, to April 11. Tickets $16.50 at 204-942-8898.

Le Dieu du carnage

Le Cercle Molière, 340 Provencher Blvd., 8 p.m. and April 1-5; April 8-12. Tickets $16 to $30 at 204-233-8053.

Comedy

K Trevor Wilson

Rumor's Comedy Club, to April 5. Tickets at 204-488-4520.

Dance

Winnipeg Contemporary Dancers: Crutch

Rachel Browne Theatre, 8 p.m. and April 3-5; March 30, 3 p.m. Tickets $15 to $25 at Ticketmaster or at the door.

Out & About

Encore for World's Best Commercials

Winnipeg Art Gallery, 7 p.m. with 1 and 3:30 p.m. matinees March 29. Tickets $12 and $14 at wag.ca or front desk.

Festival of Fools

The Forks Market, to April 6, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.; free.

Literary

An Afternoon with Music Legend Randy Bachman

McNally Robinson Booksellers, 2 p.m. In conversation with Howard Manshein of 92 Citi-FM & signing Tales from Beyond the Tap.

Nightclubs

Fame Night Club (279 Garry St.): She Said Saturdays Aqua Girl Womyns Night

Finn's Pub (210-25 Forks Market Rd.): Hudsy

Highway 75 Blues & Sports Bar (1011 Pembina Hwy.): The Detonators

King's Head Pub & Eatery (120 King St.): Kristen Dohan

La Salle Hotel (346 Nairn Ave.): The Bryan James Band

New Cavalier Motor Inn (1650 Regent Ave. W.): The Bobcats

Norwood Hotel (112 Marion St.): Pop Vegas

Palm Room (Fort Garry Hotel, 222 Broadway): Don Milne and Brian Paul

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

Regal Beagle Pub (Marlborough Hotel): Goth Industrial Night

Rockwood Anavets (341 Wilton St.): Da Party

Royal George Hotel (123 Regent Ave. W.): Dustin Harder & The Dusty Roads Band

Saffrons Restaurant & Lounge (681 Corydon Ave.): Karaoke with Jacqui Fox

Ship & Plough Gastropub (42 Centre St., Gimli): Carey J. Buss

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition March 29, 2014 G11

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