KITCHENER — Bob Egan walks through the Kitchener Studio Project at Joseph and Gaukel streets talking about how the digital revolution forever changed the recording industry. 531 more words
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Blue Rodeo released its 13th studio album, In Our Nature, this week and will support the record with a two-month tour that ends at Salle Wilfrid Pelletier of Place des Arts on March 2 (Tickets cost $45.25 to $65.05 via 514-842-2112 or pda.qc.ca.) The Gazette’s Jordan Zivitz recently spoke to singer/guitarist Jim Cuddy about In Our Nature and the band’s reinvention in light of co-founder Greg Keelor’s hearing problems. 2,965 more words
VIDEO: Blue Rodeo frontman Jim Cuddy talks abut the surgery that saved his voice. Carey Marsden reports.
TORONTO — He has that smooth, distinct voice that’s familiar to most Canadians. 740 more words