66: Lost Together (Collaboration) w/ Jim Cuddy of Blue Rodeo
Published February 6, 2018
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    Jim Cuddy has been making music with Greg Keilor for 40 years. For the last 34 of those years, they have made up the songwriting duo for one of Canada’s most beloved and best-selling bands, Blue Rodeo.

    Brett sits down with Jim to talk about that partnership along with the challenges and benefits of a long standing collaboration. We explore what collaboration is and how it has been crucial to human evolution. And through the lens of Jim Cuddy’s latest album, Constellation, we see how collaboration not only has the ability to bring us together, but also to support us in times when we are torn apart.

    Plus, Brett looks to find confirmation of an old event and Nick joins in to provide an update on their fasts from social media and cable news, respectively.

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    GUEST: Jim Cuddy
    Websites: www.jimcuddy.com / www.bluerodeo.com

    Twitter: https://twitter.com/JimCuddy / https://twitter.com/BlueRodeo
    Facebook: www.facebook.com/jimcuddyband / www.facebook.com/BlueRodeo
    Instagram: www.instagram.com/jimcuddyofficial / www.instagram.com/bluerodeoofficial

    Get a copy of Jim Cuddy’s new album, Constellation

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