Greg Keelor


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Greg Keelor is a Canadian songwriter and musician. He is best known as a member of the band Blue Rodeo, where he shares songwriting and vocal duties with Jim Cuddy. Keelor has also released three solo albums, his first titled "Gone", which was released in 1997 to rave reviews from fans and critics.

In 1995 Keelor released his second album, "Seven Songs For Jim", which was dedicated to his father who had recently deceased. "No Man's Land" is the first single off Greg's latest solo album, "Aphrodite Rose", which was released in 2006 and supported by a fall tour.

Keelor has appeared as a guest musician on albums by Crash Vegas and Melissa McClelland. Along with The Sadies and Rick White, he has also participated in the supergroup The Unintended.

More recently, Keelor has explored producing, applying his technique developed by helping self-producing Blue Rodeo releases to solo-producing Cuff the Duke's 2009 album "Way Down Here",

Keelor also composed an original soundtrack for the 2010 Canadian Western comedy Gunless.

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