Blue Rodeo's Jim Cuddy (left) and Greg Keelor rock Kelowna's Prospera Place Monday night.

Blue Rodeo rocks Kelowna

Canadian band rocked Kelowna's Prospera Place Monday for a crowd of all ages

Time has failed to knock Blue Rodeo off course.

The Canadian band rocked Kelowna’s Prospera Place Monday for a crowd of all ages who were treated to some of the classic rock band’s favourite’s from the ’80s and ’90s as well as some of their latest songs.

The vocals of Jim Cuddy and Greg Keelor haven’t aged at all, as the pair hit all the right notes in such classics as Try, Shine and Dark Angel. The band also shared some of their more recent tunes such as Keelor’s The Flame and Cuddy’s One Light Left in Heaven.

For a glimpse at the concert, check out the photo album on the Vernon Morning Star Facebook page.

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