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Monday, July 14, 2014

Geddy Lee featured in upcoming Primus biography
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Primus and author/journalist Greg Prato will be releasing a new biography in the fall titled Primus: Over the Electric Grapevine. The book is an oral history and biography of Primus as told through a series of over fifty interviews with a number of the band's peers in the music industry including Rush's Geddy Lee. Primus first opened for Rush on the Roll the Bones tour and have remained good friends with the band ever since. The book is slated for release on September 16th and can be pre-ordered at this location. Thanks to RushFanForever for the heads up.

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Friday, July 11, 2014

Updates and other random Rush stuff
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UPDATE - 7/13@8:52AM: Here's LanceTheShred introducing Donna Halper and opening up the festivities, Donna's speech and kRUSH's first set from yesterday's RatCon 2014 celebrations!

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Although Rush is on an extended break right now, Alex Lifeson seems to be keeping himself busy with a number of side projects including helping out with the sophomore CD release of Toronto-based band The David Barrett Trio. Alex had produced the band's first full-length studio album back in early 2013. The Trio has been working on their first full length live DVD and their second full length CD over the past year and are seeking funds via RocketHub to pay for mastering and manufacturing costs. The new album is entitled DB32 and features 9 new instrumental songs along with a ballad titled Coppermine which features vocals from Michael Sadler (Saga). Alex Lifeson has continued to offer his support and guidance throughout the making of the album. Earlier this week Alex visited the studio for a recording session with celtic guitar virtuoso Tony McManus who is guesting on the new album, and the session was documented in this Facebook photo gallery. You can keep up with the album's progress by visiting the RocketHub site and following them on Facebook, and purchase DB3 music on Amazon. Alex Lifeson is also one of the many Canadian celebrities that will be participating in the Smilezone Foundation's second annual charity golf tournament at Rattlesnake Point Golf Club this coming Monday, July 14th (Bastille Day!). You can get all the details in this article from insideHalton.com. Alex Lifeson is an avid golfer and is a part owner of Coppinwood Golf Club. For more information or to register for the event, visit www.smilezone.com. And music journalist Anil Prasad posted the following to his Facebook page yesterday:

Yeeaaahhhh! Alex Lifeson will be participating in the upcoming John Wesley (Wes Dearth) piece in Guitar Player. You'll learn all about his contribution to Wes' new album 'Disconnect' and why he considers Wes a fantastic talent.

Guitarist John Wesley's latest album Disconnect released early last month and Lifeson makes a guest appearance, playing a guitar solo on the track Once a Warrior.

Audio Fidelity's SACD version of Rush's Presto is now available for purchase via the Audio Fidelity website, and will be available from other online retailers such as Amazon this coming Tuesday, July 15th. If you purchase it directly from Audio Fidelity you can use the code SCARS20 at checkout to get 20% off of your order. Presto is the 3rd Rush SACD release from Audio Fidelity; they've already released versions of both Counterparts and Hemispheres. Like these 2 previous releases, the Presto SACD was mastered by Kevin Gray at Cohearent Audio.

The new book from veteran music writer Max Mobley titled Rush FAQ: All That's Left To Know About Rock's Greatest Power Trio was released last month. Mobley has written for a number of music magazines including Crawdaddy! and Premier Guitar, and has interviewed Rush guitarist Alex Lifeson twice. He's also a huge Rush fan and has seen countless Rush shows dating back to the A Farewell to Kings tour. The book comes in at 250 pages, including a foreword from Donna Halper, and you can check out a copy of the introduction in this post. Blinded by Sound posted a great review of the book earlier this week which you can check out at this location:

... The Rush FAQ provides a great overview of this band, as well as offering up the lesser-known band trivia that we have come to expect from the FAQ series in general. It is also a fitting counterpoint to the induction of Rush in the RRHOF, in terms of them finally being deemed "cool" by the rest of the world. No matter what level of Rush fan you are though, there is something for everyone in this new FAQ book.

Order your copy of Rush FAQ at this location.

There was a Rush reference on the season 2 premiere episode of the FX police drama The Bridge earlier this week. At one point the character Daniel (played by Matthew Lillard) - who has substance abuse problems - goes to see his AA sponsor (played by Brian Baumgartner) who is wearing a Rush Grace Under Pressure t-shirt. The 2 have a conversation about Daniel's continued alcohol problems and Daniel tries to change the subject by commenting on his sponsor's t-shirt. You can read a transcript of the interaction in this post and watch it online at this location. The reference occurs towards the beginning of the episode's 3rd segment at around the 17-minute mark.

Walt Hickey at FiveThirtyEight.com posted an article earlier this week where he details the findings of a study of classic rock radio he recently conducted. Hickey monitored 25 classic rock radio stations operating in 30 of the country's largest metropolitan areas for one week in June. He found that the 10-year period from 1973 to 1982 accounts for a whopping 57% of all song plays. This period of time also happens to be Rush's golden era, where they released their first 9 studio albums, 7 of which were certified Platinum - including the Multi-Platinum selling 2112 and Moving Pictures albums. Hickey found that Rush's indisputable biggest hit - Tom Sawyer from Moving Pictures - was the 15th most-played song in classic rock radio. The band was also #21 on the list of the most-played artists, with Kansas City as the city that played Rush the most. You can check out the complete findings online at this location. And speaking of Moving Pictures, Music Times posted a list of 13 Album Covers That Literally Represent The Title this past weekend and the album made the cut at #7:

The artwork for Rush's Moving Pictures actually interprets the term "moving pictures" in three different ways: people are literally moving pictures to another place, people are crying because they're emotionally moved by the pictures, and on the album's back cover, a movie crew is filming the entire thing. It's all incredibly stupid, but the music's great anyway.

And continuing with the Moving Pictures theme, Fender posted a list of Ten Great Fender Prog Rock Tracks last week, one of which was Rush's YYZ (thanks Phil Simon):

... "YYZ" perfectly embodies all this in a dazzlingly kinetic four-minutes-plus display of deft bass prowess that has had many a player hitting pause, backing up and saying, "How does he do that?" And you can bet your last Canadian dollar that those are the most nimble bass breaks since "My Generation" back in 1965 ...

Ultimate Classic Rock posted their list of Canada's Top 10 Rock Artists last week in celebration of Canada Day, and Rush came in 2nd behind Neil Young. You can check out the complete list online here.

Last year Geddy Lee weighed in on an effort to save Toronto's iconic Sam the Record Man neon sign by writing a letter to the Toronto city council. Ryerson University bought the store's old location back in 2008 and committed to remount the sign at some future point but later reevaluated the commitment, saying the costs were too high to reinstall the sign. Toronto city council and Mayor Rob Ford then decided late last year that the sign should be preserved and put on display near its original location, and have been working towards that goal for the past several months. They finally came to a decision on the sign earlier this week when City Council voted to have the sign reassembled on the roof of 277 Victoria Street, a city-owned building on the east side of Yonge-Dundas Square, and have Ryerson University pick up the bill.

The RatCon 2014 Rush fan convention kicks off this afternoon at Club Carnie in Marlboro, NJ and is all set to be the biggest RatCon yet. The organizers tell me that the event will be filled to capacity and include many extra goodies including a live webcam and an appearance from Donna Halper herself. The event's tagline is Forty years of "BLAH BLAH BLAH" and it will also include a heated pool, Rush-themed food and beverages, contests, prizes, live music from Rush tribute band kRush, and more. For all the details on RatCon 2014 visit the website and follow RatCon on Facebook.

Wolfgang's Vault posted remastered versions of over 13,000 live videos to their YouTube channel this past week including the full concert footage of Rush's December 10, 1976 show at the Capitol Theatre in Passaic, NJ. You can check it out below or at this location (thanks RushFanForever):

That's all for this week. A special shout-out to all of those attending RatCon this weekend. Have a blast!

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Thursday, July 10, 2014

Rush reference on season 2 premiere of FX's The Bridge
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There was a Rush reference on last night's season 2 premiere episode of the FX police drama The Bridge. At one point the character Daniel (played by Matthew Lillard) - who has substance abuse problems - goes to see his AA sponsor (played by Brian Baumgartner) who is wearing a Rush Grace Under Pressure t-shirt. The 2 have a conversation about Daniel's continued alcohol problems and Daniel tries to change the subject by commenting on his sponsor's t-shirt:

... Daniel: Rush? Really?
Sponsor: You either drink or you don't. Yeah - I like Rush. So what?
Daniel: Are you Canadian?
Sponsor: No. I'm just a fan.
Daniel: Do you like them when you're sober? I mean that's impressive. I mean ... 2112 is an okay album but ...
Sponsor: Hemispheres dude?!
Daniel: Hemispheres is like ... ok it's fine.
Sponsor: Ok. What is your system?
Daniel: Ready? 2 beers a day.
Sponsor: What about vodka?
Daniel: No. No - vodka leads to pills and pills are not good for Mr. Happy Pants. It's 2 beers a day. Gives me something to look forward to.
Sponsor: Yeah. 2 beers a day is not gonna work 'cuz you're an addict Daniel.
Daniel: I may be buzzed now but tomorrow I'll be sober and you sir, will still be a Rush fan. ...

The reference occurs towards the beginning of the episode's 3rd segment at around the 17-minute mark. You can watch it online at this location. Thanks to Lelsie B for the heads up.

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Wednesday, July 9, 2014

Rush Presto SACD now available from Audio Fidelity, exclusive discount code available
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Audio Fidelity's SACD version of Rush's Presto is now available for purchase via the Audio Fidelity website, and will be available from other online retailers such as Amazon this coming Tuesday, July 15th. If you purchase it directly from Audio Fidelity you can use the code SCARS20 at checkout to get 20% off of your order. Presto is the 3rd Rush SACD release from Audio Fidelity; they've already released versions of both Counterparts and Hemispheres. Like these 2 previous releases, the Presto SACD was mastered by Kevin Gray at Cohearent Audio. Here's the official video of the album's opening track, Show Don't Tell:

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Alex Lifeson-produced David Barrett Trio set to release new CD
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After releasing a series of instrumental singles back in 2011 including Hollowbody, Sonar and Disappearance, the Alex Lifeson-produced David Barrett Trio released their first full-length studio album back in early 2013. The self-titled album was produced by Alex Lifeson, Rich Chycki, and Alan Parsons. The Trio has been working on their first full length live DVD and their second full length CD over the past year and are seeking funds via RocketHub to pay for mastering and manufacturing costs. The new album is entitled DB32 and features 9 new instrumental songs along with a ballad titled Coppermine which features vocals from Michael Sadler (Saga). Alex Lifeson has continued to offer his support and guidance throughout the making of the album. He recently visited the studio for a recording session with celtic guitar virtuoso Tony McManus who will be guesting on the new album, and the session was documented in this Facebook photo gallery (thanks RushFanForever). You can keep up with the album's progress by visiting the RocketHub site and following them on Facebook, and purchase DB3 music on Amazon.

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Tuesday, July 8, 2014

Rush included in FiveThirtyEight.com study of classic rock radio
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Moving Pictures coverWalt Hickey at FiveThirtyEight.com posted an article today where he details the findings of a study of classic rock radio he recently conducted. Hickey monitored 25 classic rock radio stations operating in 30 of the country's largest metropolitan areas for one week in June. He found that the 10-year period from 1973 to 1982 accounts for a whopping 57% of all song plays. This period of time also happens to be Rush's golden era, where they released their first 9 studio albums, 7 of which were certified Platinum - including the Multi-Platinum selling 2112 and Moving Pictures albums. Hickey found that Rush's indisputable biggest hit - Tom Sawyer from Moving Pictures - was the 15th most-played song in classic rock radio. The band was also #21 on the list of the most-played artists, with Kansas City as the city that played Rush the most. You can check out the complete findings online at this location.

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Friday, July 4, 2014

Updates and other random Rush stuff
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Councillor John Fillon at new park siteA new, arts-themed park in the Toronto neighborhood of Willowdale is slated to begin construction next year and Councillor John Fillon - who represents the area - has proposed the park be named arter 2 of it's most famous residents - Geddy Lee and Alex Lifeson. From Fillon's written proposal to the North York Community Council last month:

The City has acquired lands to create a new park ... The park is being designed this year and will be constructed in 2015. The new park will have an Arts theme, specifically related to music and sound. It is appropriate to consider naming the park after musicians with a connection to the Willowdale area. Geddy Lee and Alex Lifeson are founding members of the band Rush, which has a highly successful career spanning decades. ... Rush was started by Geddy Lee and Alex Lifeson when they were students at Fisherville Junior High School in Willowdale. They both grew up in Willowdale and attended school here. Early rehearsals and songwriting took place in the area, as did many of the band's early performances at local high schools. ...

The idea was first put forth at a consultation meeting held on April 22, 2014 and was very favorably received by residents. The naming is also supported by two local organizations, North York Arts and Willowdale Central Ratepayers' Association. The park would be called Lee Lifeson Arts Park and both Geddy Lee and Alex Lifeson have already agreed to the naming if it becomes official.

Audio Fidelity's SACD version of Rush's Presto was supposed to have released this past Tuesday but has now been delayed 2 weeks until July 15th according to Amazon. This will be the 3rd Rush SACD release from Audio Fidelity; they've already released versions of both Counterparts and Hemispheres. Like these 2 previous releases, the Presto SACD was mastered by Kevin Gray at Cohearent Audio. You can pre-order your copy at this location.

The RatCon 2014 Rush fan convention will be held next weekend on July 11-12 at the newly dubbed Club Carnie in Marlboro, NJ. The event's tagline is Forty years of "BLAH BLAH BLAH" and it will include a heated pool, Rush-themed food and beverages, contests, prizes, live music from Rush tribute band kRush, and more. For all the details on RatCon 2014 visit the website and follow RatCon on Facebook.

Astronomy Magazine posted their list of 10 awesome pieces of astronomy-inspired music last week and Rush's Cygnus X-1, Book 1: The Voyage made the cut at #7 (thanks RushFanForever):

This Canadian band has produced some of the most listenable music in rock. "Spirit of Radio," "Tom Sawyer," "Trees," and the entire 2112 album spring to mind. But the lyrics for one of my favs, "Cygnus X-1," read like an astronomy text: "Invisible to telescopic eye ... Infinity, the star that would not die ... All who dare to cross her course ... Are swallowed by her fearsome force." Plus, Rush gave Cygnus X-1's position relative to Lyra, Pegasus, and Deneb. And they also correctly pegged the fact that the outer regions of black holes emit X-rays. A+, guys!

Reader Tim W recently noticed a Rush reference on a Chipotle drink cup - part of the restaurant's Cultivating Thought Author Series, where they feature original essays written by influential thought-leaders, authors, actors and comedians on their drink cups and food bags. The drink cup in question had written on it a Recipe for the perfect fountain drink by actor/comedian Bill Hader. Part of the recipe was 1 drum solo from 'YYZ' (Rush) of Sprite. You can check out a photo of the cup here.

After releasing a series of instrumental singles back in 2011 including Hollowbody, Sonar and Disappearance, the Alex Lifeson-produced David Barrett Trio released their first full-length studio album early last year. The self-titled album was produced by Alex Lifeson, Rich Chycki, and Alan Parsons. The Trio has been working on their first full length live DVD and their second full length CD over the past year and are seeking funds via RocketHub to pay for mastering and manufacturing costs. The new album is entitled DB32 and features 9 new instrumental songs along with a ballad titled Coppermine which features vocals from Michael Sadler (Saga). Alex Lifeson has continued to give valuable support and guidance and will be coming down for a session this month with celtic guitar virtuoso Tony McManus who is also guesting on the new album.

The Huffington Post posted a YouTube playlist of the Best Isolated Vocal Tracks Ever earlier this week and Geddy Lee's vocal track on Closer to the Heart made the cut. You can check it out online here (thanks ou812112).

MusicRadar.com recently interviewed System Of A Down drummer John Dolmayan and asked him to pick his 10 essential drum albums. One of the albums he chose was Rush's Hemispheres and here's what he had to say (thanks RushFanForever):

"People don't usually pick Hemispheres as their favorite Rush album, but for me, lyrically and musically, it's a masterpiece. This is music on the level of Mozart and Bach. It's a lot to digest, but it coalesces into one image in your head. Oh, and it's got some of the best drumming you're ever gonna hear. Precision like a motherfucker, ideas that are beyond most other guys, and tremendous feel and spirit - Neil Peart can do it all. He helped to make a three-piece band sound like eight people. You can't get better than this."

On a related note, MusicRadar.com is running a poll to determine the greatest every prog-drumming album and Rush's Moving Pictures is one of the options. To vote for the album visit this page at MusicRadar.com (thanks RushFanForever).

Canadian FlagThis past Tuesday, July 1st was Canada Day - when Canadians celebrate the anniversary of the July 1, 1867 enactment of the British North America Act which united three colonies into a single country called Canada within the British Empire. In honor of the holiday, a number of Canadian newspapers and news sites published various lists which celebrate Canadian music and heritage. Last week the Vancouver Courier posted a list of the Top 11 Craziest Canadian Facts that You Need to Know RIGHT NOW, and Rush got a mention:

2. Canadians' global reputation for being overly polite is the leading cause of celibacy among Canadians traveling abroad, followed by wearing socks and sandals and having a Rush song as your ringtone.

The Toronto Sun published their ultimate Canada Day playlist last weekend and Bob & Doug McKenzie's Take Off featuring a guest appearance from Geddy Lee made the cut:

It may be a novelty tune, but this little comedic gem from the duo's 1981 Great White North album is sure to get at least a few Elsinores flowing. No doubt some of you will be saying, "I remember this one, eh?!"

The Huffington Post Canada also published a Canada Day playlist and - although Rush didn't appear on the main list - Lakeside Park was featured as one of the reader suggestions (slide #29 of 46). They also published a list of the 100 Best Canadian Songs Ever. Unfortunately only one Rush song made the cut - The Spirit of Radio at #87:

One of the all-time classic tributes to the wireless music transmission, Rush's "The Spirit Of Radio" was a worldwide hit from their 1980 album "Permanent Waves." The song was a nod to Toronto alternative radio station CFNY, who were one of the first outlets to play Rush songs.

VH1 also got in on the Canada Day action, posting their list of the top 10 Canadian hard rock and metal bands, with Rush coming out on top at #1:

One of rock's greatest bands and in many ways the group that put Canadian rock on the map, this definitive power trio emerged as proto-metal hard rockers in 1974 before embracing the concept album format with 1976's '2112' and later incorporating elements of new wave and synth rock. Musician's musicians to a man and the ultimate cult band, Rush have sold over 40 million albums over the course of their 40 year career and were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2012.

Geddy Lee celebrated the day by attending a Toronto Blue Jays game. Here's Geddy Lee singing the Canadian National Anthem at the 1993 MLB All-star game:

While Canadians celebrated their country's birthday this past Tuesday, those of us in the USA celebrate our wonderful country's 238th birthday today. Have a safe and happy 4th of July weekend everybody!

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Thursday, July 3, 2014

New arts park in Toronto's Willowdale community to be named after Geddy Lee and Alex Lifeson
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Councillor John Fillon at new park siteA new, arts-themed park in the Toronto neighborhood of Willowdale is slated to begin construction next year and Councillor John Fillon - who represents the area - has proposed the park be named arter 2 of it's most famous residents - Geddy Lee and Alex Lifeson. From Fillon's written proposal to the North York Community Council last month:

The City has acquired lands to create a new park ... The park is being designed this year and will be constructed in 2015. The new park will have an Arts theme, specifically related to music and sound. It is appropriate to consider naming the park after musicians with a connection to the Willowdale area. Geddy Lee and Alex Lifeson are founding members of the band Rush, which has a highly successful career spanning decades. ... Rush was started by Geddy Lee and Alex Lifeson when they were students at Fisherville Junior High School in Willowdale. They both grew up in Willowdale and attended school here. Early rehearsals and songwriting took place in the area, as did many of the band's early performances at local high schools. ...

The idea was first put forth at a consultation meeting held on April 22, 2014 and was very favorably received by residents. The naming is also supported by two local organizations, North York Arts and Willowdale Central Ratepayers' Association. The park would be called Lee Lifeson Arts Park and both Geddy Lee and Alex Lifeson have already agreed to the naming if it becomes official. Thanks to Nick C for the heads up.

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Wednesday, July 2, 2014

Rush Presto SACD from Audio Fidelity delayed until July 15th
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Audio Fidelity's SACD version of Rush's Presto was supposed to have released yesterday but has now been delayed 2 weeks until July 15th according to Amazon. This will be the 3rd Rush SACD release from Audio Fidelity; they've already released versions of both Counterparts and Hemispheres. Like these 2 previous releases, the Presto SACD was mastered by Kevin Gray at Cohearent Audio. You can pre-order your copy at this location.

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Tuesday, July 1, 2014

Happy Canada Day!
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UPDATE - 7/2@8:48AM: Fittingly enough, Geddy Lee celebrated Canada Day by attending yesterday's Toronto Blue Jays game. Ged can be seen in his regular seat behind home plate in this highlight video (thanks Kevin).

Canadian FlagToday is Canada Day - when Canadians celebrate the anniversary of the July 1, 1867 enactment of the British North America Act which united three colonies into a single country called Canada within the British Empire. So happy Canada Day to all of my Canadian readers - especially those 3 Canucks in Rush. In honor of the holiday, a number of Canadian newspapers and news sites have been publishing various lists which celebrate Canadian music and heritage. Last week the Vancouver Courier posted a list of the Top 11 Craziest Canadian Facts that You Need to Know RIGHT NOW, and Rush gets a mention (thanks RushFanForever):

2. Canadians' global reputation for being overly polite is the leading cause of celibacy among Canadians traveling abroad, followed by wearing socks and sandals and having a Rush song as your ringtone.

The Toronto Sun published their ultimate Canada Day playlist over the past weekend and Bob & Doug McKenzie's Take Off featuring a guest appearance from Geddy Lee made the cut:

It may be a novelty tune, but this little comedic gem from the duo's 1981 Great White North album is sure to get at least a few Elsinores flowing. No doubt some of you will be saying, "I remember this one, eh?!"

The Huffington Post Canada also published a Canada Day playlist and - although Rush didn't appear on the main list - Lakeside Park was featured as one of the reader suggestions (slide #29 of 46). They also published a list of the 100 Best Canadian Songs Ever. Unfortunately only one Rush song made the cut - The Spirit of Radio at #87 (thanks ou812112):

One of the all-time classic tributes to the wireless music transmission, Rush's "The Spirit Of Radio" was a worldwide hit from their 1980 album "Permanent Waves." The song was a nod to Toronto alternative radio station CFNY, who were one of the first outlets to play Rush songs.

VH1 also got in on the Canada Day action, posting their list of the top 10 Canadian hard rock and metal bands, with Rush coming out on top at #1:

One of rock's greatest bands and in many ways the group that put Canadian rock on the map, this definitive power trio emerged as proto-metal hard rockers in 1974 before embracing the concept album format with 1976's '2112' and later incorporating elements of new wave and synth rock. Musician's musicians to a man and the ultimate cult band, Rush have sold over 40 million albums over the course of their 40 year career and were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2012.

Happy Canada Day! Here's Geddy Lee singing the Canadian National Anthem at the 1993 MLB All-star game:

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