In Episode 117, we once again celebrated the music of Canadian music icon, Jim Cuddy! We performed some of Jim's new tunes as well as some of our favourites from Blue Rodeo. Thanks for all your love and support and special thanks to those who joined us live.
Tales with TR: A Hockey Podcast - EP 40 Featuring Jim Cuddy
The Hockey Podcast Network
EP 40 Featuring Jim Cuddy - Canadian MusicianWelcome to Tales with TR: A Hockey Podcast presented by The Hockey Podcast Network.Join former Montreal Canadiens' first-round draft pick, Terry Ryan, as he talks about the sport of Hockey, brings on various guests, and shares tales of his life and professional hockey career.Find the show wherever you get your podcasts from by searching The Hockey Podcast Network.Tales with TR: A Hockey Podcast also has it's own feed: Simply search the title on any podcast app.Host: Terry Ryan @terryryan20 Network: @hockeypodnetSponsored by DraftKings.com - Use promo code THPN at signup for exclusive offers!
Tales with TR: A Hockey Podcast - EP 40 Featuring Jim Cuddy
Tales with TR: A Hockey Podcast
EP 40 Featuring Jim Cuddy - Canadian MusicianWelcome to Tales with TR: A Hockey Podcast presented by The Hockey Podcast Network.Join former Montreal Canadiens' first-round draft pick, Terry Ryan, as he talks about the sport of Hockey, brings on various guests, and shares tales of his life and professional hockey career.Find the show wherever you get your podcasts from by searching The Hockey Podcast Network.Tales with TR: A Hockey Podcast also has it's own feed: Simply search the title on any podcast app.Host: Terry Ryan @terryryan20 Network: @hockeypodnetSponsored by DraftKings.com - Use promo code THPN at signup for exclusive offers! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week on the Richard Crouse Show Podcast we meet Rob Baker (The Tragically Hip) and Craig Northey (Odds) of Stripper's Union, the Canadian supergroup whose new album "The Undertaking" is available now wherever you buy fine music. Then Cree composer/artist Nigel Irwin joins us to talk about his new gig as Nagamo’s Co-Creative Director. Nagamo Publishing is the world’s first Indigenous-created production music library for media. Nagamo’s goal is to provide Indigenous composers much-needed opportunities to showcase their talents in the industry, while allowing clients to access this groundbreaking music that spans all genres and nations.And finally, Jim Cuddy of Blue Rodeo talks about creating musis during the pandemic.
This week on the Richard Crouse Show Podcast we meet international superstar Josh Groban who talks about writing and recording his new album "Harmony" while in lockdown in Los Angeles. Then, Jessica Rothe & Harry Shum Jr., stars of the romantic drama "All My Life" stop by. The pair play a young couple whose wedding plans are put into jeopardy when the groom-to-be is diagnosed with a terminal disease.Then, Canadian icon Jim Cuddy talks about his new single "Good News" and author Claire McNear talks about her new book "Answers in the Form of Questions: A Definitive History and Insider's Guide to Jeopardy!"
"Pop Life" Pandemic Music Podcast with guest Jim Cuddy
On this week’s podcast Jim Cuddy of Blue Rodeo visits virtually to talk about making new music during the pandemic and what it is like staying close to home. Then the panel, Cuddy, singer/songwriter Alexis Lynn and Jackie Dean, the co- Interim CEO/ Chief Operating Officer of Music Canada discuss the future of live music. Jim Cuddy on life as a musician during the pandemic: “We have a little place north of the city and so my wife and I, to varying degrees, moved up there. And, you know, it seemed to everybody that it was going to be pretty short term. But then when it was obvious it was going to last a long time, we settled in. I have not stayed in one place that long for 30 years. And it was beautiful because I watched the seasons come and go at our farm, which we’ve had for 20 years, that I didn’t even know happened, and watching the life and the death and wrote a lot of songs. I try to be really productive. And so it was OK for me. I mean, I know that I’m one of the lucky ones that I had space and I had a career that was OK to put on hold for six months or whoever knows how long.” Film critic and pop culture historian Richard Crouse shares a toast with celebrity guests and entertainment pundits every week on CTV News Channel’s talk show POP LIFE. Featuring in-depth discussion and debate on pop culture and modern life, POP LIFE features sit-down interviews with celebrities from across the entertainment world, including rock legends Sting and Bob Geldof, musicians Josh Groban and Sarah Brightman, comedian Ken Jeong, writer Fran Lebowitz, superstar jazz musician Diana Krall, stand-up comedian and CNN host W. Kamau Bell, actors Danny DeVito and Jay Baruchel, celebrity chefs Bobby Flay and Nigella Lawson, and many more.
S1E6: Jim Cuddy of Blue Rodeo, Kim Mitchell and Paul Young
Behind the Vinyl Podcast
Dropping the needle in this episode of Behind The Vinyl: Jim Cuddy of Blue Rodeo gives us the scoop on their song “Bad Timing” and how the song was a perfect choice for their acoustic album recorded at Greg Keeler’s cottage. Kim Mitchell explains how a wacky buddy helped their song “Let Go The Line” become a better song and why the Toronto Symphony Orchestra just “got up and left” during the recording session. Wrapping up the episode is Paul Young sharing his story about how “I’m Gonna Tear Your Playhouse Down” and how the bass guitar may have hindered the song from being a bigger hit.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Talking new tunes with Jim Cuddy, when is the next Black Lives Matter London event, and what's happening with Vintage London - London Live Podcast, August 26th
London Live with Mike Stubbs
On this August 25th edition of the London Live Podcast: Jimmy Cuddy, Canadian singer/song writer and Order of Canada recipient joins Mike to talk about his new music, Gal Harper, one of the lead organizers and senior activists of Black Lives Matter London comes on the show to share the information for the latest planned demonstration by BLM London, and Colin Duck and Cindy Hartman take us back to a London of the past with Vintage London.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Episode 1 - Jim Cuddy and Colin Cripps - Rubber Soul
The Walrus Was Paul
Paul Romanuk hosts a discussion with Canadian musical icons Jim Cuddy and Colin Cripps as they delve deep into the Beatles game changing album Rubber Soul. Show website: romycast.comVisit Jim Cuddy at: jimcuddy.comVist Colin Cripps at: colincripps.com
EP 112 | Barney Bentall and Jim Cuddy on Fathers Day
Welcome to The Mulligan Stew Podcast. We’re over 100 shows now... I always hear a phrase…. “I’m in the family business” Now, that works if your family are Store Owners, or Office Workers, Doctors. Nurses. Teachers. Farmers etc. We have two guests today who are friends and fathers. Jim Cuddy from Blue Rodeo and The Jim Cuddy Band. Barney Bentall. Leader of Cariboo Express. High Bar Gang. BYU and his own solo career. How is the family dynamic changed when their sons and daughters follow them in the music business. Share the stage. Maybe even write songs together. (maybe being the keyword) And how do family members like being the subject of songs they hear on the radio? I was excited to get these two pals together and exchange life experiences.