Classic Rock Almanac November 16, 2017The Rush albums 2112, All the World's a Stage and A Farewell to Kings were all certified gold for half a million sales 40 years ago today. Whose quote-unquote "genius" does Rush drummer and lyricist Neil Peart credit with inspiring the 20-minute title track of 2112 in the album's notes?
Watch Foo Fighters Fan Join the Band to Cover Rush's 'Tom Sawyer'The fan handles the moment impressively, nailing the lyrics and even pumping the crowd up to sing along.
Geddy Lee Has The All Basses CoveredMake some room on your coffee table boys, Geddy Lee is taking advantage of some down time with Rush to put together a book that is a comprehensive look at the Bass.
Rush Unveil 'A Farewell to Kings' 40th Anniversary Deluxe ReissueThe Super Deluxe Edition includes three CDs, one Blu-ray Audio disc and four high-quality 180-gram vinyl LPs.
Mr.Classic’s Classic Rock Pick of the Day Rush 2112
The Daily Cut: Rush "New World Man"Although Neil Peart's lyrics feature some pretty heavy geopolitical thought, singer-bassist Geddy Lee says that for him, it's the rhythm that stands out.
Classic Rock Almanac April 18, 2017The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inducts its Class of 2013 including Rush and Heart,
Rush:Looking For A ResidenceRush seems to have done their last major tour due to arthritis, tendonitis, and occasional laryngitis. They would be open to a residency however.
Pearl Jam, Yes, Journey, Joan Baez, Tupac Tribute Highlight Rock Hall InductionPolitical statements, funny stories and one-off collaborations dominated the night. Catch HBO's edited broadcast on 4/29.
Yes Blow Minds with Jamming, Tales of Prostate Exams and Sexual ExperiencesIt turns out that former keyboardist Rick Wakeman is pretty hilarious.
Geddy To Play With Yes? Rock Hall Says NO!It's the season of silliness for Rock Hall inductees. Jon Anderson says Geddy Lee will play with Yes, but the Rock Hall says no. Why can't Yes decide for themselves?
The Daily Cut: Rush "The Spirit of Radio""The Spirit of Radio" helped turn Permanent Waves into Rush's first Top Five album in the U.S. Guitarist Alex Lifeson finds it ironic that it may have been because people misinterpreted the song's message.