Jim Cuddy has always had a lot to say. In addition to more than a dozen albums with his Canadian roots-rock band Blue Rodeo—from Outskirts to Diamond Mine, Casino and Lost Together, through The Days in Between and In Our Nature —the singer/guitarist has added three affecting solo albums. In 1998, he arrived with All In Time, which went gold, a feat Cuddy matched eight years later with The Light That Guides You Home. Skyscraper Soul followed in 2011. While bringing a more personal touch, Cuddy's solo material delivers that same trademark musicality and emotional honesty on which he has built his name.