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BLUE RODEO LAUNCHES INTERACTIVE TOUR ARCHIVE

BLUE RODEO LAUNCHES INTERACTIVE TOUR ARCHIVE

 Warner Music Canada recording artists Blue Rodeo today launched an interactive tour archive on the band’s website in which the band and their fans can share photos, videos and stories from Blue Rodeo’s 30 years on the road. In their introductory note to fans, Blue Rodeo invites one and all to share their personal stories, photos and videos from Blue Rodeo shows over the years.  Fans can access the tour archive at http://tourarchive.bluerodeo.com .

Once on the site, fans can use the search tool to find concert dates by city or date as well as typing in band members’ names to experience their own memories of specific shows.

Jim Cuddy
Jim Cuddy 2015 Juno After party

The release of their 1986 debut album, Outskirts, set Blue Rodeo on a remarkable career path that has led to over 4 million records sold, multiple JUNO Awards, an induction into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame, a Star on the Walk of Fame and honoured to the Order of Canada making them one of the most beloved bands in the history of Canadian music.

In the past 30 years the band have performed over 2,000 shows and fans will be able to access almost every single date to include their own memories.

Blue Rodeo is currently in the midst of their latest cross-Canada tour, headlining hockey rinks and theatres in support of their latest release, Live At Massey Hall, recorded in 2014 at the venerable Toronto concert hall.   The tour is garnering the band some of the best live reviews of their career.

Concert Reviews – Blue Rodeo 2016:

“The musicianship was nothing short of outstanding, as were the vocals. Cuddy and Keelor handled the lead vocals effortlessly and their harmonies were silky smooth.”

– Regina Leader Post

“Blue Rodeo always deliver.”

– Winnipeg Sun

 “…another polished, genuine love affair/performance from these seasoned pros.”

– Vancouver Sun

 “You can’t help but leave a Blue Rodeo concert on a high.”

– Victoria Times Colonist

 

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