Recorded throughout the Spring of 2007, Small Miracles was produced by Blue Rodeo and Chris Shreenan-Dyck. The album's first single is the rollicking “C’mon”, which will be accompanied by a video directed by collaborator Chris Mills (Modest Mouse, The Tragically Hip, Broken Social Scene). Inspired by “Paddle To The Sea,” the video chronicles the journey of a song from its creation to recording to the public and, ultimately, to the concert stage.
Blue Rodeo will launch Small Miracles with a series of events yet to be announced that will give fans a unique opportunity to experience the band up close and personal.
Blue Rodeo has an enduring history that has seen them become one of Canada’s most influential bands. Formed in 1984 by longtime friends and songwriting collaborators Jim Cuddy and Greg Keelor, the group’s first album, 1987’s Outskirts, established them as hit makers with the omnipresent single “Try.” Over the next two decades the band’s studio albums have sold over 3 million copies and they have won a wealth of awards (including 4 Juno awards as Best Group) and earned critical acclaim. Blue Rodeo is now acknowledged as one of Canada’s greatest musical exports.