Singer-guitarist Greg Keelor is one-half from the active songwriting partnership that has been somewhat of the Canadian Lennon/McCartney during the period of the ’80s and ’90s. Keelor’s growl of the tone of voice and ’60s rock and roll sensibility may be the gravel street beneath the sun-drenched clear shades and warm balladry of fellow Blue Rodeo frontman Jim Cuddy. Keelor fulfilled upcoming songwriting partner Jim Cuddy in senior high school in Ontario — though they didn’t play music jointly until a couple of years after graduation. Both were within a punk-pop music group known as the Hi Fis, but Keelor and Cuddy transferred to NY in 1981 and began a fresh group, Take a flight to France. From then on music group failed, both made a decision to record a demonstration of their compositions, including such later on celebrated Blue Rodeo tracks as “Try,” “Outskirts,” and “Rose Coloured Eyeglasses.” In 1984, they shifted back again to Toronto, in which a country-flavored “lonesome highway” audio was developing in the night clubs, and sent the tape around. Through close friends and newspaper advertisements the two ultimately shaped Blue Rodeo, whose extremely lauded first work, Outskirts arrived in 1986. In nov 1996, Keelor began focusing on his debut single album, Eliminated. The recording was relatively of catharsis for Keelor, who got just discovered he was used, been identified as having diabetes, and undergone — after spending six weeks having a expert in India — relatively of a religious awakening.