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2018 Rush Wall Calendars Now Available for Pre-Order

Though the 2017 calendar indicates that were only in the month of May, pre-orders for two new Rush 2018 Wall Calendars are already available. The first wall calendar, which is scheduled to be released on August 15th, depicts photos of Rush across their decades-spanning career. You can see a preview of the calendar HERE, while pre-ordering is available from Amazon via this LINK.

The second calendar, which has a July 1st release date, celebrates the 40th Anniversary of the release of Rush's Hemispheres album. From the description:2018 marks the 40th anniversary of Rush's platinum-certified, fan-favorite album Hemispheres. This official 18-month calendar features images highlighting the complete Hemispheres album and tour, as well as tour dates and other notable events from that year...You can pre-order the Hemispheres calendar at this LINK.

Rush has been producing wall calendars dating back to 2004. Scans and details of each of the annual calendars can be viewed HERE.

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