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Sunday, March 31, 2013

Heart on Rush

Heart on Rush
The Spring 2013 issue of Goldmine: The Music Collector's Magazine is a special Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Induction issue which features a new interview with Geddy Lee. In addition to the Geddy Lee interview, which can be read in its entirety at this LINK, there is also a lengthy interview with Ann and Nancy Wilson of Heart where the topic of Rush comes up in several questions.

From the Heart article:
Goldmine, Do you think Heart deserves the Hall of Fame?
Ann Wilson: Oh, absolutely. I think it is really about the music, but it is also about your influence on rock culture. I think we deserve to be there and I know that Rush deserves to be there.

Rush being inducted is a fine moment in rock justice, if there ever was one. I mean that. Those guys are so beloved, and so true to themselves and they are such an amazing band. It has always been a question mark to me sometimes when it comes to people who have been inducted vs. others who have not been inducted. It is sometimes a dog whistle that I can't understand. Where Rush is concerned, it is dead on and it's who should be in there.

GM, I hope you get to Jam with Rush at the end of the event.
Nancy Wilson: Me, too. I am a super Rush fan. We didn't grow up Rush fans because there was a secret dog whistle that only males could hear. We watched the documentary "Beyond the Lighted Stage," because they are really good friends with our producer. Ben Mink and I thought it would be really cool to see that. I got way into it I loved the way they had their chicken basting machines and their washing machines as their backline. I loved their intelligence and their humor. I brought it to the tour bus and I watched it with Ann. We have been big Rush fans ever since.
Geddy Lee had this to say about Rush being inducted into the Hall of Fame:
Geddy Lee: I was pleased, y'know? It wasn't one of those fist-pump things or anything, but I was especially pleased and relieved for our fan base, who made it into a real cause célèbre for the last couple of years. I know how much it means to them. I was pleased they could finally get the monkey off their back. I was also happy and honored to hear this news.
Check out the entire Rush article at this LINK.

Saturday, March 30, 2013

Geddy Lee to Throw Out Ceremonial First Pitch at the Toronto Blue Jays Home Opener on April 2nd

Geddy Lee to Throw Out Ceremonial First Pitch at the Toronto Blue Jays Home Opener on April 2nd
The Toronto Blue Jays have announced that Geddy Lee will have the honors of throwing out the first pitch at their home opener against the Cleveland Indians on April 2nd. From the announcement:
Rush frontman Geddy Lee will be throwing out the Ceremonial First Pitch. The vocalist, bassist and keyboardist of the Toronto rock band has been a longtime Blue Jays season ticket holder and baseball fan. Lee and his Rush band mates Neil Peart & Alex Lifeson will be the first Canadian band to be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Los Angeles on April 18th followed by their North American Clockwork Angels tour.
In related MLB news, a new extended interview with Geddy Lee at the MLB studios has just been posted. In the interview, Geddy Lee "discusses how he became a fan of baseball, and looks at the upcoming season for his beloved Toronto Blue Jays".

To view the complete interview, click HERE

Thanks to Ed from RushIsABand and Eric from Power Windows for the news.

Friday, March 22, 2013

Win a Meet & Greet with Rush

Win a Rush Meet & Greet
The Rush Backstage Club has just announced a new "Meet & Greet" contest for the upcoming 2013 leg of Rush's Clockwork Angels tour. From the announcement:
The contest you have all been waiting for: Win a Meet and Greet with members of RUSH! We will draw one lucky winner for every city on the upcoming RUSH North American and UK Tour to win a pair of meet and greet passes to meet members of RUSH.

IMPORTANT: You MUST have tickets to the show already in order to be eligible to win the meet and greet passes. Tickets to the concert are not included with the meet and greet passes prize.

NOTE: When filling out the contest form, please fill in the "City" field with the city where you have tickets for a RUSH Clockwork Angels tour concert. Do not enter the city where you are from unless RUSH is playing a concert in that city and you have tickets to that concert. If you are going to see RUSH on this tour in several cities, you may enter ONCE for each show you are attending.

Only one entry PER PERSON PER CONCERT DATE. This contest closes on July 22, 2013. Draws will take place approximately 1-2 weeks prior to show date. If you are selected as a potential winner, you will have 48 hours to respond to our email stating that you are a potential winner for your city. If you do not respond within this window of time, your prize will be forfeited automatically.
As the instructions indicate above, be certain to fill out the entry form correctly with the CITY field populated with the city of the concert you are attending.

To access the entry form, click HERE.

Good luck, everyone!

Rush in Print - Rolling Stone Magazine, Guitar World and More

Big Time RushRush's School of Rock
Update (03/23/2013): The transcription of the article that appears in the March 2013 issue of Metal Hammer is now online. The article/interview with Geddy Lee is called Rush and the Weird Rise of Prog Metal. Enjoy.
After Clockwork Angels was released last year, there was an explosion of articles posted about Rush and their new album. Since then, the media blitz has slowed down some, but there have been some notable articles published recently.

The April 2013 issue of Guitar World Magazine includes a great interview with Alex Lifeson titled Big Time Rush. Lifeson chats Rush's upcoming Hall of Fame induction as well as the deluxe reissue of their 1976 prog-rock classic, 2112. From the article:
Do you feel that in general the songs on the second side of 2112 get overlooked?

Absolutely. And I think we in the band are guilty of that as well. We always think of that one song. But we loved the ones on the other side as well. "A Passage to Bangkok," "Something for Nothing," "Lessons" ... And I've often wanted to bring back "The Twilight Zone," because it's such a quirky little song. It would be really cool to attack it again with sort of our new way of approaching our older material.
You can read the entire article at this LINK.

Rolling Stone Magazine's latest issue also includes a brief article on the band that focuses on their induction into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. The article is titled Rush's School of Rock:
Rush's Alex Lifeson and Geddy Lee might loathe disco and know almost nothing about rap, but the prog giants are being inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame next month alongside Donna Summer, Public Enemy and a wide range of other artists. As the band preps for a U.S. arena tour, Lee and Lifeson stopped by RS - and we played them a song by each of their fellow inductees. Here's what they had to say:
Check out the entire article at this LINK (Thanks RushFanForever).

Rush is also featured in the March 2013 issue of Metal Hammer Magazine. Look for a transcription of that article soon.

Friday, March 15, 2013

Rush Announce New Tour Date at the Festival d’été de Québec

Rush Clockwork Angels Tour
Rush has just announced another tour date on their upcoming Clockwork Angels 2013 tour. The new date, July 10th, will take place at the Festival d’été de Québec in Québec City on the Bell Stage on the Plains of Abraham.

From the announcement:
Quebec City, March 15, 2013 – With a new critically-acclaimed album out, Rush is bringing their epic Clockwork Angels Tour to the Festival on July 10. They’ll be playing the Bell Stage on the Plains of Abraham in what will be their only show in Québec. And what a show ─ this will be a huge production with projections, special effects and even the Clockwork Angels String Ensemble to add a complex layer of sound to both their new work and their rich repertoire.

Remembering the enthusiastic Festival crowds in 2010, Geddy Lee, Neil Peart and Alex Lifeson are excited to be back.

“We know that Rush will blow our many rock fans away. And because this is their only stop in the province, we expect people to be coming in from all over to see these three world-famous rock stars who are still going strong after almost 40 years”, program director Louis Bellavance was proud to say.

Band of the Year and Album of the Year winners at the 2012 Classic Rock Awards in London, Rush will soon be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

75,000 passes for the Festival d’été de Québec will go on sale Saturday, March 16 at infofestival.com.

The Festival d’été de Québec is presented by Bell in collaboration with Molson Dry.
For a complete listing of all Rush Tour dates for the 2013 Leg of their Clockwork Angels tour, click HERE.

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[Rush Confirms North American Clockwork Angels Tour for 2013 - December 6th, 2012]
[Rush Clockwork Angels Tour Update: 2012 Leg Now Complete - December 3rd, 2012]
[Rush Clockwork Angels Tour Update: Second Leg Complete - November 4th, 2012]
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[Rush Add San Diego Date to the Clockwork Angels Tour - September 10th, 2012]
[Rush's Clockwork Angels Tour Begins - Set List Revealed LIVE - September 7th, 2012]
[Clockwork Angels Tour - Teaser Photo Gallery - September 4th, 2012]
[Rush Bringing String Ensemble on Clockwork Angels Tour - June 18th, 2012]
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Eddie Trunk Interview with Geddy Lee and Alex Lifeson Airs Tonight

Eddie Trunk Interview with Geddy Lee and Alex Lifeson Airs Tonight
Update: The complete video interview is now available via YouTube at this LINK.
Update: Eddie Trunk just posted a tweet clarifying that his show will air tonight between 11pm and 2am EST. The interview segment with Geddy and Alex will air around midnight.
When Geddy Lee and Alex Lifeson visited New York City last month, one of the many interviews they participated in was a sit-down with radio-personality Eddie Trunk; a long-time fan and supporter of the band. According to an announcement from Trunk, yhe interview is now set to air on his radio special That Metal Show tonight. From the announcement:
...This Friday on Q104.3 show will be an all new interview with Geddy & Alex of Rush! I recorded it a week and a half ago and we talk about the new album, tour, old albums, baseball, and the bands future. Don't miss this all new exclusive interview this Friday. Show starts at 11PM ET. You can listen in the NYC area over 104.3 FM or anywhere in the US via the free stream at www.q1043.com or with the free iheartradio app. If using the app hit Q104.3/NY/Classic Rock. Please note I have no control on streams being available outside the USA. The show this Monday on SiriusXM is recorded. Back live there 3/25. Also I have video of the entire Rush interview. That will be posted first for AA Members of the site, then a week later for all here after the audio runs on all radio outlets. Look for that around 3/25 for members, the next week free to all...
For more information and to listen to the interview, please check out Q104.3's website.

Thanks to reader RJ Highstreet for the news.

Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Geddy Lee and Alex Lifeson to Appear on VH1 Classic's On Tap Radio Show

Geddy Lee and Alex Lifeson to Appear on VH1 Classic's On Tap Radio Show
VH1 Classic's new syndicated radio show On Tap, which is hosted by Nik Carter, just announced that both Geddy Lee and Alex Lifeson would be featured on tonight's episode. From the announcement:
You are NOT going to want to miss On Tap tonight because we have a SUPER EXCLUSIVE show for your auditory pleasure!

Nik Carter sits down with soon-to-be Rock and Roll Hall of Famers Geddy Lee and Alex Lifeson of RUSH at the On Tap Rock Bar!

Nik, Geddy and Alex talk about the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, the diversity of their audiences, when political figures use their songs without their permission and SO much more!
There is a three-minute preview clip of the interview available on the On Tap Facebook Page.

For a complete list of stations where the show will be aired, click HERE. The list also indicates whether or not the stations will be streaming the interview.

For additional information about the On Tap radio show, click HERE.

Thanks to Ed from RushIsABand for the news.

Monday, March 11, 2013

Rush Wins Big at the 2013 Music Express Awards

Rush Win Big at the 2013 Music Express Awards
The winners of the 2013 Sennheiser Music Express Awards were recently announced, netting Rush three of the top awards in the categories of Top Group, Top Live Act and Top CD.

From the announcement:
RUSH STILL RULES – TORONTO ROCKERS DOMINATE 2013 MUSIC EXPRESS AWARDS

Rush may be entering the Rock Hall Of Fame this April but they’ll need to find even more room in their trophy showcase. The legendary rock trio of Geddy Lee, Alex Lifeson and Neil Peart scored three major awards in the 2013 Sennheiser Music Express Awards announced today, claiming the Top Group. Top Live Act Arena and Top CD release for their ‘Clockwork Angels’ record.
Sponsored by Sennheiser Canada, the inaugural awards reflect achievements by Canadian artists whose music falls into Music Express' Album-Oriented-Rock genre.

For more information about the awards and winners in the other categories, click HERE.

Thanks to RushFanForever for the news.

Rush Announce Second Halifax Show - July 14th

Rush Clockwork Angels Tour
It's been over two decades since Rush performed in Halifax, Nova Scotia. So when the band first announced that they would be returning to the overlooked Canadian location during their Clockwork Angels tour, it was no surprise that tickets sold out in minutes.

Due to that overwhelming response, Rush have just announced that a second Halifax show at the Halifax Metro Centre will now be added on July 14th. From Rush.com:
After the first show on July 12 sold out in minutes, Rush changed their schedule to accommodate a second show for the city they haven’t been to in over 2 decades and announces a second show in Halifax on July 14 at the Metro Centre. “We are thrilled that the good folks of Halifax have forgiven our long absence from their beautiful city and have decided to come out and celebrate with us!!” said Geddy Lee. Come rock with Rush in Halifax on July 14!
Tickets for the second Halifax show go on sale this coming Saturday, March 16th at 10AM. There will also be a VIP pre-sale and Music Today Fan pre-sale beginning tomorrow, March 12th at 10AM.

For a complete listing of all Rush Tour dates for the 2013 Leg of their Clockwork Angels tour, click HERE.

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[Rush Clockwork Angels Tour Update: 2012 Leg Now Complete - December 3rd, 2012]
[Rush Clockwork Angels Tour Update: Second Leg Complete - November 4th, 2012]
[Rush Returns Home - Rocks Out Toronto - October 17th, 2012]
[Rush's Clockwork Angels Tour Resumes Tonight in Bridgeport, CT - October 10th, 2012]
[Rush Clockwork Angels Tour Update: First Leg Complete - October 1st, 2012]
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[Rush Add San Diego Date to the Clockwork Angels Tour - September 10th, 2012]
[Rush's Clockwork Angels Tour Begins - Set List Revealed LIVE - September 7th, 2012]
[Clockwork Angels Tour - Teaser Photo Gallery - September 4th, 2012]
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[Rush Add Three New European Dates - Will Perform at the Sweden Rock Festival - May 22nd, 2012]
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Sunday, March 10, 2013

Rush Featured on Tandem Digital Entertainment's New Website

Rush Featured on Tandem Digital Entertainment's New Website
Tandem Digital Entertainment, the award-winning visual and sound design company that created many of Rush's concert videos as well as some of the visuals on Neil Peart's website, has just launched a stunning new website that includes several video examples of their work.

The website, which is located at www.tandemdigital.com, currently has the introduction video to 2112 online as well as the three-camera video of Red Barchetta, both taken from the Snakes & Arrows tour. From the website:
Over the last few RUSH tours we've had the opportunity to create animations for a few songs, including the opening to 2112 and the driving segment in Red Barchetta.

Fun Fact: For the Red Barchetta video we mounted three cameras in the back of a pickup truck and drove around California for a couple of days, driving down the center line of the road to get nicely framed shots. Once the material was in the computer we reversed the action so it looked like we were shooting forwards.
Additionally, they have some great videos in the Neil Peart section of their site:
In 2005 Neil Peart hired Tandem Digital to produce his first original website, NeilPeart.net. Since then we have worked on three concert videos, which play during his drum solos. For the last two RUSH tours we animated a 3D drumming robot called "The Percussor", who can be found depicted in the pages of the novel that accompanies the latest RUSH album Clockwork Angels.
You can check out all the videos at the following locations:
  • Rush Concert Videos
  • Neil Peart Videos
  • Neil Peart Drums
  • Thanks to Andrew O for the news.

    Wednesday, March 6, 2013

    Gibson Guitars Name Neil Peart Second-Best Drummer of All Time

    Gibson Guitar posted their list of the Top 10 Rock Drummers of All Time where, coming in behind Led Zeppelin's John Bonham, Neil Peart was ranked #2.

    From the list:
    What good is jamming on guitar if your rhythm section isn't tight, in the pocket, and simply a hearty backdrop on which you can slap melodies and riffs? The drums are the essential backbone of a band. A bad drummer loses the listener. A good drummer keeps the audience engaged and bobbing their heads along to the beat. Gibson.com is pleased to pay homage to such drums stars with our Top 10 Rock Drummers of All Time.

    2. Neal Peart (Rush)
    Drummer and lyricist for Rush, Neal [sic] Peart is hailed in many circles as the quintessential rock drummer. He’s known for his ingenious drum parts and intense solos with lead passages that rock hard and prove the drums, indeed, can be a lead instrument. No Rush concert is complete without Peart’s sparking, obligatory drum solo, and his syncopated drumming style certainly has its own distinct sound and aura. You can always tell when it’s Peart playing.


    It's great to see the powers-that-be at Gibson select Neil for this list. Too bad they don't know how to spell - his FIRST name. It's Neil, guys...not Neal.

    Check out the entire, somewhat controversial list via this LINK.

    Thanks to George F. and RushisABand for the news.

    Rush Reference on Conan O'Brien

    Rush Reference on Conan O'Brien
    Last night's episode of Conan O'Brien included a Rush reference during Conan's monologue. During the monologue, Conan was discussing the topic of the selection process for the new Pope that Cardinals in Rome were undertaking. He then went on to say:
    ... The top choice for the new Pope could be a Canadian. Isn't that amazing? If elected Pope his first act would be to grant sainthood to Wayne Gretsky, Celine Dion and Geddy Lee from Rush ...
    A section of the audience apparently cheered after the Rush remark to which Conan remarked "What's this, a little Rush section over here? I just outed you as Rush fans...".

    Later in the episode, Conan revisited the group of fans, commenting "...that did well with the Rush fans..." after he told another joke.

    You can watch the entire monologue at this LINK or via the viewer below.


    Thanks to Ed from RushIsABand for the news.

    Neil Peart News, Weather, and Sports Update - March 2013 - "Winter Latitudes"

    Neil Peart News, Weather, and Sports Update - March 2013 -
    The latest update from Neil Peart and his "News, Weather, and Sports" website blog is now online. His March 2013 entry is titled Winter Latitudes and, appropriately so, he talks about a two-week long vacation he spent in the Southern Laurentians mountains where the Rush drummer spent most of his time skiing and hiking in the snow. Neil reflects on his appreciation of being 'along' when skiing which, of course, suits him just fine:
    "Yet of course that very solitude is part of what I like about cross-country skiing, so it can’t be avoided. Just as I face up to the risks of motorcycling while trying to minimize them, I try to be prudent in the winter woods, too. On colder days, or on weekends when more people visit the ski trails, I’ll go out on snowshoes instead. You don’t need a trail with those — you can walk anywhere you want, just head out the door and into the woods, following old logging roads or survey lines. And there’s little danger of a bad fall."
    Neil also takes the time to discuss one of his favorite authors, Jack London who imparted on him the notion “I shall not waste my days trying to prolong them. I shall use my time.” It's a very poignant segment in this entry, particularly as Neil enters his "seventh" decade while so many of his peers - and literary heroes - left this world far younger than he.

    Back to his vacation, I was particularly taken with this passage where Neil describes his days in the Laurentians:
    I once described the perfect life as a working vacation that never ends. Well, in those terms, at least I had a perfect two weeks. Waking early, with the first hint of light, I looked up through wide-open curtains to greet the day. Sometimes a ballet of snowflakes filled the air, which always makes me happy; other mornings were crystalline, icy hard and frigid-looking. Several nights the temperature plunged to minus thirty Celsius, which is pretty darn cold. The chill emanated from the windows by my bed, like icy fingers creeping through the double glazing. No matter how good your house’s heating, insulation, and window and door seals are, that kind of cold seeps through and gives an edge to the air. An electric edge, even, when you touch something and the super-dry air sparks with static electricity.
    Later, after he returned back home to Los Angeles, Neil took a trip to the Santa Monica Mountains for a hike and posted some great pictures of his adventures among the mountains, cliffs and natural caves.

    But the highlight of this entry is when he chats about his daughter Olivia, who is now three:
    Another reward of time spent at home is — well, time spent at home. When you travel a lot, for work and for Icechucker sports, then participating in the smallest details of everyday life can seem like luxury. Being a good husband or father is not attainable without the basic element of one’s presence, but I try to make up for it when I am home — making Carrie less of an abandoned wife and single parent, and three-year-old Olivia less of a fatherless child.
    Neil reveals that, while on tour, he talks and 'doodles' with Olivia as much as possible to make up for his time away from her. It's a very touching entry.

    You can read the entire entry at this LINK.

    And to check out every News, Weather, and Sports entry Neil has made dating back to 2005, they are all available at the News, Weather, and Sports Archives.

    Monday, March 4, 2013

    Four Questions With Geddy Lee

    New Geddy Lee Video Interview with New York City's Q104.3
    Last week, we reported that Geddy Lee, while visiting New York City, stopped by the Q104.3 studios to chat with DJ Jim Kerr. A video of Geddy's visit and chat with Kerr was released as well. Click HERE to view it.

    Today, Q104.3 have released a follow-up video called Four Questions With Geddy Lee:
    RUSH's Geddy Lee stopped by Q104.3 last week and we had to get his take on a few topics. Check out what's the most surprising thing he has on his iPod, who will win the World Series, the role that Canada had in Argo, and just what makes the perfect Poutine?
    You can check out this video via the player below or directly at this LINK.

    Not surprisingly, Geddy would like to see the Bluejays win Baseball's World Series this year.

    Be sure to check out the Q104.3 Photo Gallery which has several pictures of Geddy's visit to the radio station.



    Thanks to Alexis Greenan From Q104.3 for the news.

    Friday, March 1, 2013

    Rush Sighting on Jeopardy!

    Rush Sighting on Jeopardy!
    Tonight's episode of Jeopardy! (Episode #6555) included a Rush / Neil Peart sighting within one of the questions.

    As the screen shot to the right reflects, the 'answer' was "Neil Peart of this band gets his sound with ProMark NP Signature 747 Drumsticks".

    According to reader Cheryl Collins Arndts, Alex Trebek did not pronounce Neil's last name correctly. One of the contestants did end with the proper response of "Who is Rush?" and that the question was valued at $1,600 in the category of Drummer For the Band.

    If anyone has additional information on tonight's sighting, or perhaps a video of the segment, please let us know.

    This isn't the first Rush reference on Jeopardy! Another Rush-related question also appeared back in 2011. Click HERE for a video of that sighting.

    Many thanks to Sheri Geddygirl Beri for the news and Angelo Franco for the screen capture.

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