Neil Peart Taking Center Stage: Lifetime of Live Performances Website Update

Neil Peart: Taking Center Stage: A Lifetime of Live Performance
Update: 09.12.2011 - A video trailer of Taking Center Stage is now available on the main TCS website as well as on YouTube.
As we reported in early August, Neil Peart is set to release a new instructional drumming video on October 14th that features his performances during the 2010-11 Time Machine Tour. The DVD, which is titled Taking Center Stage: A Lifetime of Live Performance, also has a promotional website behind it which has recently been updated. The website, located at www.takingcenterstage.net includes an extensive photo gallery and promises other new features in the near future.

About the instructional video:
Filmed in various locations over the course of a year, Neil Peart takes you on a behind-the-scenes look at Rush's 2010-11 Time Machine tour. This includes rare and exclusive footage of Neil's personal pre-tour rehearsals and backstage events at a Rush concert (including a visit to the soundcheck, and an unprecedented backstage interview as Neil warms up for the show). Neil also presents a detailed look at every single song in the tour's set list. Each song features analysis and demonstrations by Neil, which are coupled with a detailed PDF eBook containing transcription of his parts. At the end of each song discussion, the viewer is transported onstage to a Rush concert to see the actual live performance of the song from the perspective of the drum cameras only.
You can pre-order your copy today via this LINK.

Thanks to Ed from RushIsABand for passing along the news.

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Comments

  1. I'm going to be very grumpy if this is not on Blu-ray. C'mon, Neil! Help us out!

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  2. Get over it, you spoiled twit. Just be happy The Professor has made another masterpiece.

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  3. Anonymous, by that "logic", you should be happy with four walls and a roof, but no windows or doors.

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