Blue Rodeo Debuts ‘Many A Mile’: First New Album In Five Years

After a long absence, Blue Rodeo is back with new music.

On Friday, the iconic Canadian band debuted Many A Mile, their 16th studio album, and first new album in five years.

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The album release comes on the heels of last week’s single release, “When You Were Wild”, including its enigmatic animated music video.

The 12-track album also features the songs “Symmetry of Starlight” and “I Owe It To Myself”.

Recorded entirely during the pandemic, Blue Rodeo co-singer/songwriters Jim Cuddy and Greg Keelor working separately, while sharing band members – bassist Bazil Donovan, drummer Glenn Milchem, keyboardist Michael Boguski, guitarist Colin Cripps and multi-instrumentalist Jim Bowskill – on a rotating but relaxed basis.

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Blue Rodeo are also out on tour across Canada, with upcoming shows in Kitchener, Ont., Toronto, Quebec City, Montreal, Vancouver, Calgary, Winnipeg and more.

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