Help stop the spread — visit the BlueRodeo.com Store now to grab your official Blue Rodeo face mask. These Canadian-made non-medical masks are 100% cotton for comfort and breathability. Order yours today!
Also still available, but going fast: 35th anniversary hoodies in charcoal and navy!
Hard to believe, but 2020 marks 35 years since Jim, Greg, Bazil, Cleave and Bobby formed Blue Rodeo. To celebrate the occasion, we’re now offering limited-edition, classic hockey jersey styled hoodies in charcoal and navy! Head to the BlueRodeo.com Store now to order!
Also newly available in the BlueRodeo.com Store: comfy zip-up hoodies from the recent Ontario tour!
MusiCounts has just launched MusiCounts Learn, a new program designed to assist teachers and parents in keeping kids engaged with music education at home! Click below to see a video from Jim introducing the project, and head to MusiCounts.ca/MusiCountsLearn for more information!
Following last month’s reflections on Last Together, the band will be sharing their memories about the making of their 1993 album, Five Days In July on Facebook during the month of May. First up, read Greg’s thoughts on “Hasn’t Hit Me Yet”.
The members of Blue Rodeo have been reminiscing about their 1994 album, Lost Together, all month long on Facebook. Click below to see Glenn Milchem reflect on the making of the album (his debut recording with the band) and be sure to read the recent posts from Jim and Baz as well.
Back by popular demand, the Blue Rodeo Muskoka Chair is available again, and with four new designs for 2020 (Are You Ready?, Casino, Diamond Mine, and Palace of Gold)! Made from high-density resin, these classic symbols of summer are portable, easy to maintain and available in adult and “mini” sizes!
Order now for all your backyard, dock or porch-sitting needs!
Tonight at 8pm EST, the second installment of Canada’s Great Kitchen Party: Home Edition will be broadcast on Facebook Live! Hosted by George Stroumboulopoulos and featuring appearances from Jim Cuddy, Tom Cochrane, Ed Robertson, Alan Doyle and many, many more, the show is intended to help support Canada’s culinary industry during these extraordinary times.
So make sure you order takeout from your favourite local restaurant tonight and tune in on Facebook to get in on the fun!
Blue Rodeo has postponed their April 2 show at Regina’s Brandt Centre. The band released the following statement:
“We regret that we must postpone our Blue Rodeo show scheduled for April 2. We are working on rescheduling, so please hang onto your ticket as previously purchased will be honoured at the new date. Refunds are available at point of purchase only. We are looking forward to celebrating with you soon!”