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Rush was a Canadian rock band comprising Geddy Lee (bass, vocals, keyboards), Alex Lifeson (guitars) and Neil Peart (drums, percussion, lyrics). Forming in 1968, the band went through several configurations until arriving at its longest and most popular line-up when Peart replaced original drummer John Rutsey in July 1974, two weeks before the group's first United States tour. John Rutsey was the original drummer, later replaced by Neil Peart in 1974 Read more on Last.fm
2015 R40 Live (Live at Air Canada Centre, Toronto, Canada / June 2015)
2013 A Show of Hands (Live) [Remastered]
2013 Fly By Night (Remastered)
2013 Signals (Remastered)
2013 Caress of Steel (Remastered)
2013 The Studio Albums 1989-2007
2013 Rush (Remastered)
2013 Grace Under Pressure (Remastered)
2013 Hold Your Fire (Remastered)
2013 Vapor Trails (Remixed)
2013 Exit... Stage Left (Live) [Remastered]
2013 All the World's a Stage (Live) [Remastered]
2013 Hemispheres (Remastered)
2013 Permanent Waves (Remastered)
2013 Power Windows (Remastered)
2013 The Complete Mercury Years
2013 Moving Pictures (Remastered)
2013 The Spirit of Radio: Greatest Hits (1974-1987)
2013 A Farewell to Kings (Remastered)
2013 Clockwork Angels Tour (Live)
2012 Clockwork Angels
2012 2112 (Remastered)
2011 Moving Pictures: Live 2011
2011 Time Machine 2011: Live In Cleveland
2009 Retrospective III (1989-2008)
2009 Working Men (Live)
2008 Snakes & Arrows: Live
2007 Snakes & Arrows
2006 Grace Under Pressure: 1984 Tour (Live)
2006 Gold: Rush
2005 R30 (Live)
2003 Rush In Rio (Live)
1998 Different Stages • Live
1997 Retrospective I (1974-1980)
1997 Retrospective II (1981-1987)
1996 Test for Echo
1993 Counterparts (Remastered)
1991 Roll the Bones (Remastered)
1990 Chronicles (Remastered)
1989 Presto (Remastered)
Dec 12, 2018
Rush's Geddy Lee: these are the 10 bassists who blew my mind
Dec 08, 2018
John Mayall's new album "Nobody Told Me” features special guests Alex Lifeson, Little Stevie Van Zandt, Todd Rundgren and Joe Bonamassa. You can pre-order now:
Dec 06, 2018
Geddy Lee will be signing copies of his Big Beautiful Book of Bass in Toronto at IndigoSpirit at First Canadian Place on Dec 17 at noon.
Given the busy time of year, there is a capacity to attend this Toronto signing - get your BBBoB book/spot for signing from the store online now https://www.ticketscene.ca/events/22688/
Hemispheres (40th Anniversary)’ is out now! Available on 3 LP, 2 CD, and as a Super Deluxe Edition box set. What’s your favorite part of this anniversary re-issue? #Hemispheres40 https://UMe.lnk.to/Hemispheres40FP
Alex Lifeson's Limited Edition Print of "20,000 Feet Over The Sea" is now available!
Only 100 prints have been made of '20,000 Feet Over The Sea'. Each print is numbered and Alex Lifeson has personally signed each individual print.
Click here to purchase your own or for a gift:
“It looks like delicious string licorice! Only its not edible.” - Alex Lifeson
Alex Lifeson Original painting “Self Portrait #2” for Brush of Hope art auction with proceeds to the Kidney Foundation is now available for bidding on eBay, closing on Oct 24 at noon: http://bit.ly/BOH2018Lifeson
We love you man!! Happy 65th (yikes) Birthday Al !!
Jul 30, 2018
Happy Birthday Geddy Lee !
🖌 credit: Fantoons
Jul 18, 2018
Summer reminds us of Jones Beach Ampitheatre in Wantagh, NY. Over the years, Rush has performed at Jones Beach 8 times (1992, 1997, 2002, 2004, 2007, 2008, 2010, 2013). The venue was a highlight on the tour for many reasons, not the least of which was the hospitable management and staff who greeted the band with great warmth and enthusiasm each time. The setting of the theatre made for a great outing for fans who wanted to relax on the beach during the day, and then take in the concert at night. More on Jones Beach at https://www.rush.com/?s=jones-beach
Any favourite memories of yours of Rush at Jones Beach?
Photo Credit: John Arrowsmith
Jul 14, 2018
Bastille Day rush.com/songs/bastille… #BastilleDay
Jun 29, 2018
On this day June 29th in 2004 (14 years ago), Rush released the EP, Feedback. This release featured 8 cover songs that were chosen by the band as favorites during their early years. The opening track on the EP is Summertime Blues, a perfect fit for this time of year! The lyrics of Summertime Blues tell of a young guy who has “the blues” because of having to work during the summer, when he would rather be out having fun. Perhaps Rush’s “Working Man” continues to tell the story of this young man as he is now slightly older and still discontented with his work obligations? Head to Rush.com to read the lyrics for each song and decide for yourself!
Well thankfully the band didn’t have the blues when they embarked upon their R30 Anniversary World Tour around the same time as this release. The tour covered 57 concerts in 10 different countries, and wrapped up in Rotterdam on October 1, 2004.
And finally to celebrate this anniversary, Rush Backstage is offering a sale on the Feedback Vinyl and with every purchase, each customer will receive a 12x12 promotional Feedback record flat print (as seen in the image above). This record flat is an original from the 2004 Feedback marketing campaign.
Jun 13, 2018
Massey Hall memories:
'It's mixed up with so many great memories, both as a fan and a performer,' says Geddy Lee of Rush