Jim Cuddy joins us at the top of the second hour.
That’s today 6 PM Mtn.
Just about then Blue Rodeo will be backstage at the Northern Alberta Jube prepping for the second of two nights on that stage. There’s a nervous energy, that’s to be expected. While that never really goes away, remember that this is Blue Rodeo. Been touring since 1984. 16 or more studio albums, four live. A truckload of awards. So, backstage there’s a lot of laughs, storytelling, small acoustic jams, great food and wines, friends and family.
Blue Rodeo bring with them their latest album Many a Mile.
As always, Jim brings with him great stories
From the studio
From ”the road”
And from inside the band.
From their latest album Many a Mile, Jim says he and Greg Keelor have different views of the road.
Jim’s is I think about you. The Yin and Yang about leaving home to make music.
In Opening Act Greg writes about his love/hate relationship of the road.
And it all works.
That’s the very dynamic that keeps this band active and totally interesting.