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Remembering Le Studio - Rush React After Fire Destroys Studio

As most fans know by now, the legendary Le Studio, which was located in Morin Heights, Quebec, was destroyed in a fire last Friday. Throughout their recording history, Rush called Le Studio home more than any other location. Seven of the bands albums, Permanent Waves, Signals, Moving Pictures, Grace Under Pressure, Presto, Roll the Bones, Counterparts, were all recorded there.

With the loss of the studio, Rush and Geddy Lee have reacted with several interviews. Below is the official statement from the band:“What Le Studio meant to us, is really hard to put into only a few sentences. It was not only a place where we did some of our best work, but we also experienced many profound personal moments there. To say nothing of the friendships that were forged there that still endure today. Le Studio played a key role in our album recording experience at a pivotal point in our career. We were already saddened to learn of its derelict state a few years ago, but upon hearing that it has now …

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