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Today in Music History
In 1998, Elton John told a British TV interviewer that tributes to Princess Diana, killed in a car crash the previous August, should stop. He said it was "time to give it a rest," and planned events, such as a concert at the estate of Diana's family, were excessive.
Born This Day
Peter Graves, 1926
John Updike, 1932
Charlie Pride, 1938
Wilson Pickett, 1941
Irene Cara, 1959
Queen Latifah, 1970
Adam Levine, 1979
CMT Hitlist Tour
MTS Centre, 7:30 p.m. Tickets $49.50 to $59.75 at Ticketmaster.
Daddy Long Legs
Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre, to April 6. Tickets at www.mtc.mb.ca
Theatre Projects Manitoba, continues to March 24, Rachel Browne Theatre, 8 p.m. Tickets $15 to $25 at 204-989-2400.
Le Cercle Molière, to March 23, 340 Provencher. Tickets at 204-233-8053.
Out and About
WAG Cannes Lions
Worlds' Best Commercials 2012, continues to March 28. Tickets $10 and $11 at Winnipeg Art Gallery or wag.ca
Coastal Patrol: Canada's Role in War and Peacetime and Secret Agents, Spies and Moon Planes
Western Canada Aviation Museum, 9:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. 958 Ferry Rd. Hangar T-2.
The Price Is Right
Touring production of the long-running game show, Pantages Playhouse Theatre, 7:30 p.m. Sold out.
A.N.A.F. Club 60 (3-433 River Ave.): Open Mic
Cavern (112 Osborne, downstairs): The Vinyl Drip with James Brown
Ed Cactus Lounge (691 Corydon): Man Cave Mondays
Five Fifty Five (555 South Osborne): The Sawatteam
King's Head (120 King): Week thus Far
Pulse Night Club (423 McMillan Ave.): Rock Star karaoke with Jeremy Koz