Day 6

Canada's Very Own Rock N Roll Riot: Teenage Head in 1980

It may be Canada's only rock 'n' roll riot inspired by a home-grown band: the infamous Teenage Head show at Toronto's Ontario Place in 1980. In this Day 6 oral history of that night, hear from friends and fans who were there, Gordie Lewis of Teenage Head, show opener Bob Segarini, Globe and Mail reporter Jacqui McNish, author Geoff Pevere whose recent book...
It may be Canada's only rock 'n' roll riot inspired by a home-grown band: the  infamous Teenage Head show at Toronto's Ontario Place in 1980. In this Day 6 oral history of that night, hear from friends and fans who were there, Gordie Lewis of  Teenage Head, show opener Bob Segarini, Globe and Mail reporter Jacqui McNish, author Geoff Pevere whose recent book "Gods of The Hammer" tells the story of the Hamilton-based band.

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