Blue Rodeo singer/guitarist Jim Cuddy represents fifty percent of 1 of Canada’s most celebrated songwriting partnerships. The frontman for this juggernaut of the country rock-band (with ’60s psychedelic pop oozing out of its skin pores) can be among the finest vocalists of his era, with ideal pitch and a higher clear tone that may golf swing from heart-piercing nation balladry to powerful blue-eyed spirit. Cuddy, who fulfilled upcoming songwriting partner Greg Keelor in senior high school in Ontario, was inspired as an adolescent by vocalist/songwriters like Dylan, Jackson Dark brown, Gordon Lightfoot, and Kris Kristofferson, aswell as by United kingdom Invasion groupings. After school, Keelor and Cuddy began a punk-pop music group called the Hello there Fis. In 1981, both moved to NY, and started a fresh music group, Fly to France. From then on group failed, Cuddy and Keelor made a decision to record a demonstration of their compositions, including such afterwards celebrated Blue Rodeo compositions as “Try,” “Outskirts,” and “Rose Coloured Eyeglasses.” In 1984, they transferred 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 produced the group that could become Blue Rodeo, whose extremely lauded first work, Outskirts, arrived in 1986. In 1998, among extensive touring using the Rodeo, Cuddy released his single debut, All with time. Documented at Toronto’s Chemical substance Sound, the recording presented Blue Rodeo bassist Bazil Donovan and keyboardist Wayne Gray and a duet with Wilco’s Jeff Tweedy (“I’ll Make Believe It’s You”) and looks by Sarah Harmer and Michelle McAdorey.