Blue Rodeo's Jim Cuddy on Solo Album: Skyscraper Soul

Blue Rodeo's Jim Cuddy on Solo Album: Skyscraper Soul Since the mid-1980s, Jim Cuddy has spent the majority of his time with the country folk pop rock band Blue Rodeo. However, every so often he steals a little time to himself to release solo work. While his usual style is more folk, his third album, "Skyscraper Soul," combines more urban elements and started as a love letter to his home town of Toronto. In this video, WatchMojo.com chats with Cuddy about the inspiration he draws from the locations he visits, and how that led to "Skyscraper Soul." For more information on Jim Cuddy, click Here.

You might also like
You might also like
Interview with Jim Cuddy of Blue Rodeo

Interview with Jim Cuddy of Blue Rodeo

Jim Cuddy On Blue Rodeo's Past and Future

Jim Cuddy On Blue Rodeo's Past and Future

Latin Singer Alex Cuba On Working with Nelly Furtado

Latin Singer Alex Cuba On Working with Nelly Furtado

Interview with Latin Musician Alex Cuba

Interview with Latin Musician Alex Cuba

Interview With Greg Keelor of Blue Rodeo

Interview With Greg Keelor of Blue Rodeo

Interview with City and Colour

Interview with City and Colour

James Blunt On Some Kind of Trouble

James Blunt On Some Kind of Trouble

James Blunt On His Career, Reputation as a Sensitive Songwriter

James Blunt On His Career, Reputation as a Sensitive Songwriter

LATEST WM VIDEOS
LATEST WM VIDEOS

EDITOR'S PICKS

Auto

Business and Technology


Comedy

Education

Fashion


Film

Health and Fitness

Lifestyle and Leisure


Music

Politics and History

Science and Space


Sports

Travel

Video Games