Blue Rodeo: Many A Mile Tour

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December 1st 2022


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Live Nation Presents:

Blue Rodeo 
Many A Mile Tour

with Special Guest Barney Bentall

Continuing the success of their Many a Mile Tour, Canadian music icons Blue Rodeo are adding additional dates to their Western Canadian tour run, including a show here in Red Deer at the Peavey Mart Centrium! Fans in Western Canada still have the chance to catch the band perform songs from their latest album as well as beloved favourites!

Event Date

Thursday, December 1, 2022
Doors open 7:00pm | Concert 8:00pm

Tickets

Tickets on sale Friday, September 23 at 10:00am MT at Tickets Alberta

About this event

Many A Mile (LISTEN HERE), released in December, is Blue Rodeo’s 16th studio album and first in over five years. With Many A Mile, the legendary alt-country/rockers discovered that even nightmares like the pandemic can have silver linings.  After decades of non-stop performing, time off the road granted them (enforced, really) much-needed downtime during which creativity bloomed. Protocols also meant recording in novel ways, with 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.

The resulting 12 songs are remarkably coherent, energized, and buoyed by a constellation of surprising textures and touches. From the twinkly, delicate “Symmetry of Starlight” —which soars on luminous pedal steel and angelic harmonies —to the twangy, seriously rollicking singles “When You Were Wild” and “I Owe It to Myself,” 'Many A Mile' is a snapshot of a peerless group at their peak. The album is also a fitting addition to Blue Rodeo’s canon of achievements which include the Order of Canada, induction in the Canadian Music Hall of Fame, a star on Canada’s Walk of Fame, the Governor General’s Performing Arts Award, and more than 30 JUNO Award wins and nominations.

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