Keep an eye on Blue Rodeo’s Facebook page over the next week as we post original Christmas cards created by Greg’s great-uncle, Arthur Keelor. Arthur once worked designing greeting cards at Raus & Mann in the 1920’s and one of his designs was used as the cover of Blue Rodeo’s latest album, A Merrie Christmas To You.
Thank you to everyone who voted for Jim and Blue Rodeo the past few weeks. Jim’s award celebrates his charitable work in the past year for Riverdale Share and Women’s Resources. For a look at all of the 2015 CBC Music Award winners head here.
Blue Rodeo and Jim Cuddy have both made it to the CBC Music Awards short list in their respective award categories! Click the links below to vote once a day until December 8. Thank you so much for voting!
The holidays are upon us! What better way to wish your family and friends a Merry Christmas than with the Blue Rodeo Christmas Card! Click here to personalize your card with a message to your loved ones. You’ll receive your own link to email or share on Facebook and Twitter.
Each card includes Blue Rodeo’s version of “Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas” as taken from Blue Rodeo’s latest album, A Merrie Christmas To You. Their new album is a collection of holiday-themed classics from the likes of Joni Mitchell, The Band, Gordon Lightfoot and more. The record also features two traditional favourites and two Keelor/Cuddy originals. Watch Jim and Greg talk about A Merrie Christmas To You on ET Canada here.
The season of giving is upon us and Blue Rodeo is excited to announce the Blue Rodeo & Friends Christmas Show! On December 21, the band will take the stage at the Danforth Music Hall in Toronto with some of their closest friends to celebrate the holidays and raise funds in support of the Daily Bread Food Bank. All proceeds from this show will go towards fighting hunger across Toronto and the GTA.
Presale tickets for the Blue Rodeo & Friends Christmas Show will be available Wednesday, November 12 at 10 am EDT through BlueRodeo.com.