Alex Lifeson Talks to Billboard Magazine - Rush 'Haven't Stopped or Quit… Just Relaxing'
To coincide with the release of the Clockwork Angels Live CD/DVD, Billboard Magazine sat down with Alex Lifeson to discuss the new live offering, the future of the band and more.
From the interview:That said, Lifeson acknowledges that he and singer/bassist/keyboardist Geddy Lee -- who both live in the Toronto area while drummer Neil Peart resides in California -- "typically get a little bored, and so we enjoy writing and working together and I wouldn't doubt that some time in the new year we'll probably gravitate towards each other and start doing some writing.The entire interview can be read at this LINK.
It's going to be interesting to see where we do go next. You know, the album is dying as a format. We're so used to it and we're so old school in that format, but will we get more mileage by doing a few new songs at a time, or do we do another album? It's hard to say what the future holds, and it's just changing so rapidly. It's always hard to speculate where you're going to go."