Best Blue Rodeo Songs. G D Em D C You're stealin' all my dreams. G C G C War planes, computer games, robocalls and senate shame. G C G C It's a crime of our descent, Supreme Court held in your contempt G C Native women not a priority C D Sometimes I wonder just how you sleep.
Blue Rodeo does not always speak with one voice. However, we feel collectively that the current administration in Canada has taken us down the wrong path. We do not seem to be the compassionate and environmentally conscious nation we once were.
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In 2010, Blue Rodeo released their first studio double album, The Things We Left Behind, which earned a long-list nomination for that year's Polaris Prize. 2012 saw the group inducted into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame during that year's Juno Awards broadcast. In 2013, former member James Grey succumbed to a heart attack, and as hearing problems began to impact Greg Keelor's on-stage performances, guitarist Colin Cripps joined the lineup to take over Keelor's duties on guitar. In 2015, as public outcry over the administration of Prime Minister Stephen Harper spread across Canada, Blue Rodeo joined the fray with the single "Stealin' All My Dreams. Blue Rodeo's fourth concert album, Live at Massey Hall, was released in October 2015, drawn from a series of performances staged at the venerable Toronto venue in 2014.
Blue Rodeo was founded in Toronto by its two lead singers, guitarists, and songwriters, Jim Cuddy and Greg Keelor. The two met in high school and had been playing together since 1977, when they started a punk-influenced band called the Hi-Fi's. Three years of hunting proved fruitless, and the group switched styles several times before Cuddy and Keelor returned to Toronto in 1984.