People, Apr. 30, 1973

About 1,200 Canadian Liberal Party workers and their wives went wild for the drummer who sat in with the Renaissance rock group at Ottawa's Château Laurier hotel. Flailing away at the snares, Prime Minister Pierre Elliott Trudeau managed to make his own music. Said Jean-Guy Morin, the regular Renaissance drummer, "His left hand wasn't all that good, but then his right hand wasn't much either." After Trudeau had returned to the dance floor, Morin had another thought: "Maybe if I practice, I could be Prime Minister."


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