1. Scott & Sarah's First Dance performed by Blue Rodeo

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    from Mitchell Reilly Pictures / Added

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    After a spectacular wedding at their cottage in Port Carling, Scott & Sarah amazed their guests with a surprise concert from one of Canada's favourite bands, Blue Rodeo. As the couple prepared for their first dance, the curtains opens to reveal Greg Keelor, Jim Cuddy & the rest as their performed "To Love Somebody" for the newlyweds. It's not everyday we get to shoot a live concert from such Canadian icons at our weddings. Produced by Mitchell Reilly Pictures (mrp.tv/weddings) Cinematography by Nick Mirka, Bill Reilly & Eric Kovacs Edited by Nick Mirka & Mark Rauwerda Event Planning by Anne Anderson

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    • Blue Rodeo "Hasn't Hit Me Yet" - All in a Day Songwriters Circle - Fall 2013

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      from OTTAWA INTL WRITERS FESTIVAL / Added

      What would a celebrations of "Five Days in July" be without a performance of "Hasn't Hit Me Yet"? In this clip, Blue Rodeo takes centre stage at the Ottawa International Writers Festival to sing their hit song and discuss its origins with Alan Neal. On Octoboer 26th, 1993 Blue Rodeo launched their (now six times platinum album!) "Five Days in July." The influential album (certified six times platinum now!) featured hits like "5 Days In May," "Hasn’t Hit Me Yet" and "Bad Timing" – not to mention fan favourites like "Dark Angel," "Head Over Heels" and more. To celebrate 20 amazing years, Alan Neal got Blue Rodeo together as part of his Song Writer's Circle at the Ottawa International Writers Festival. The event included a discussion about the songs on the album, as well as live performances by Blue Rodeo and covers by some great Canadian musicians.

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      • Mike Dubue "What Is This Love" - All in a Day Songwriters Circle - Fall 2013

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        from OTTAWA INTL WRITERS FESTIVAL / Added

        In this clip from the Songwriter's Circle at our Fall 2013 festival features Ottawa based singer and songwriter Mike Dubue covering Blue Rodeo's "What Is This Love." On Octoboer 26th, 1993 Blue Rodeo launched their (now six times platinum album!) "Five Days in July." The influential album (certified six times platinum now!) featured hits like "5 Days In May," "Hasn’t Hit Me Yet" and "Bad Timing" – not to mention fan favourites like "Dark Angel," "Head Over Heels" and more. To celebrate 20 amazing years, Alan Neal got Blue Rodeo together as part of his Songwriter's Circle at the Ottawa International Writers Festival. The event included a discussion about the songs on the album, as well as live performances by Blue Rodeo and covers by some great Canadian musicians. Mike Dubue is a composer, producer and musician based in Ottawa. Primarily a film composer, Mike can also be found making pop music with HILOTRONS, The Empiricals and Socalled.

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        • Possibilities

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          Possibilities is a 10 minute film about a woman who rushes to sit and wait for something to happen. Screened: Montreal World Film Festival, SXSW Film Festival, CFC Worldwide Short Film Festival, TIFF Film Circuit, Vancouver International Film Festival, Cambridge International Film Festival, Moving Pictures Film Festival, Air Canada, CBC.

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          • Good, Pinsent and Keelor Live at Glenn Gould

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            Travis Good, Gordon Pinsent and Greg Keelor perform their album Down And Out In Upalong live at Glenn Gould Studio

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            • Good, Pinsent & Keelor - Live at Glenn Gould Studio

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              Good, Pinsent & Keelor is an unlikely musical partnership between renowned Canadian actor Gordon Pinsent, and iconic musicians Travis Good (The Sadies), and Greg Keelor (Blue Rodeo). Featuring poetry written by Pinsent set to original melodies composed by Good and Keelor, their debut album Down and Out in Upalong evokes memories of Newfoundland in bluegrass, ballads and spoken word. For their first ever live performance at Glenn Gould Studio in Toronto, presented by Massey Hall, Capsize produced and edited a full length live concert documentary. The above video is a sample of this rare performance.

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              • I'm So Depressed - Basia Bulat

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                Just a little point and shoot vid from Folk On The Rocks music festival in Yellowknife, NWT Broken Flowers workshop: Sunday July 18th, 2010 L to R - Bill Bourne, Jesse James (aka Diga Wolf), Jason Burnstick, Greg Keelor, Elliot Polsky, Basia Bulat, Scott Tucker, and Pat Braden

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                • Blue Rodeo play on Diesel Playhouse Roof top

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                  from NOW Magazine / Added

                  Blue Rodeo premiered their new album with a free roof top show at the Diesel Playhouse on a beautiful November Day.

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