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SUMMERSIDE, P.E.I. - Blue Rodeo performs at Credit Union Place in Summerside on Feb. 8, 8 p.m.
In the 30 years since forming, Blue Rodeo has sold over four million albums, won countless Juno awards, been inducted into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame, received a star on Canada’s Walk of Fame, been named to the Order of Canada and has been honoured with the Governor General’s Performing Arts Award.
Reflecting back on three decades of successes and the early Blue Rodeo days, the band members fully appreciate how fortunate they are.
“When you look back, you realize that it has just been this beautiful dream, said Jim Cuddy, Jim Cuddy (vocals/guitar), who performs with Greg Keelor (vocals/guitar), Bazil Donovan (bass), Glenn Milchem (drums/vocals), Colin Cripps (guitar/vocals) and Mike Boguski (keyboards).
Tickets are available at the Credit Union Place Box Office (511 Notre Dame St.), by calling 1-855-790-1245 and online at cupevents.ca, Evenko.ca and Livenation.com. The bnad is also performing in Halifax and St, John’s. For more information on Blue Rodeo, visit Bluerodeo.com.