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Thursday, May 30, 2013

Geddy Lee on the United Kingdom Interview Trail

Geddy Lee
Over the past week, Rush has been playing shows throughout the United Kingdom, with their final UK stop occurring tonight at the SECC in Glasgow, Scotland. During Rush's stay in the UK, Geddy Lee has been wearing his interview hat as he discusses the band's return to England and Scotland with several newspapers.

Up first is the article The real reason Rush are still rocking 40 years on from The Herald Scotland. In this piece, Geddy talks about numerous topics including the Clockwork Angels album and tour, Rush's recent induction into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and the "essence of Rush":
"We're an unusual band, and our sound isn't palatable for every taste," says the singer and bassist.

"We're not the kind of band you can put on in the background while preparing dinner and drinking a glass of Chardonnay. We're a strange animal and I understand why we polarise people."

There is truth in the fact that Rush are unlikely to soundtrack many dinner parties. Yet the band's popularity goes deeper than many might think, to the extent that just shy of 40 years on from their first album, the Canadian trio will headline the SECC in Glasgow on Thursday night.
With the band's return to Scotland, the Evening Times published the article Rush remember Glasgow where, among other topics, Geddy looks back at the first time Rush played the Apollo in Glasgow:
"I remember the first time we played the Apollo I was shocked by how ardent the fan base was, and at what good voices they had," he chuckles, ahead of bringing the band to the SECC tomorrow.

"I remember we played Closer To The Heart there, and Glasgow was the first audience that sang along with us so loudly that we could hear them over the roar of our amplifiers [later immortalised on the band's 1981 live album Exit- Stage Left].

"It was a special gig as that crowd was so enthusiastic and there's not a lot of places where the crowd was so exuberant."
Finally, The List published THIS interview with Geddy Lee where Rush's front man touches upon a number of familiar topics again including his view on the Clockwork Angels tour:
'I think this has been one of our best tours ever,' says 59-year-old Lee, as he takes the band, and a string section, overseas for their UK leg. 'It’s an interesting setlist. We've tried to make it very diverse. We have brought in some songs that we've overlooked for many years, and there’s the classics too, and songs from the early 70s. And of course there’s a huge chunk of it dedicated to Clockwork Angels.'
Based on the expressions of each member of Rush that appear in the hundreds of photos from the British shows, it's clear that the band is continuing to savor this tour.

Tuesday, May 28, 2013

Charity Auction - Geddy Lee "Clockwork Angels" Fender Squire Jazz Bass Guitar

Geddy Lee Custom Clockwork Angels Fender BassGeddy Lee Custom Clockwork Angels Fender Bass
A limited-edition custom Geddy Lee Fender Squire Jazz Bass Guitar with a "Clockwork Angels" theme is currently being auctioned off for the Arts Enter Cape Charles center.

From the auction listing:
This guitar is a Limited Edition Fender Squire Jazz Bass made for promotional purposes for the 2012/2013 RUSH Clockworks Angels tour. It is the Fender Squire version of a Geddy Lee signature model Fender Jazz Bass and is one of only 10 made. It has a pickguard with the "Clockwork Angels" tour logo laser cut into it and has a wood burnt RUSH logo on the back of the headstock. The bass was signed by the three members of RUSH - 2013 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees - Geddy Lee, Neil Peart, and Alex Lifeson on April 11, 2013 at Mark Etess Arena in Atlantic City, New Jersey immediately following sound check. The bass was restrung and intonated by Geddy Lee's personal instrument technician Skully and includes a genuine Fender Strap.

This bass was donated to Arts Enter Cape Charles by RUSH and was hand delivered to Arts Enter by Brent Carpenter, Monitor Engineer for RUSH 2013.
About Arts Enter Cape Charles:
To promote education and appreciation for the Fine and Performing Arts and the Humanities through quality performance, instruction and events to enhance and enrich the fabric of the Eastern Shore by providing positive artistic experiences in a professional environment for an under-served and geographically isolated community.
Click HERE to access the Ebay auction, which is scheduled to end on June 1st.

Thanks to Donna Kohler for passing along the news.

Saturday, May 25, 2013

Neil Peart News, Weather, and Sports Update - May 2013 - "The Sweet Science"

Neil Peart News, Weather, and Sports Update - May 2013 -
The latest update from Neil Peart and his "News, Weather, and Sports" website blog is now online. This May 2013 entry is titled The Sweet Science and, as one may have expected, a significant portion of the entry focuses on Rush's induction into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. Neil first reflects back on the "surreal" events surrounding the ceremony:
Following my own pre-tour preparations at the local Y, and at Drum Channel’s studio (two-and-a-half weeks of playing along with the recorded versions of the show, tuning up my technique and stamina), I joined the Guys at Work (Alex, Geddy, and our crew) at a warehouse in the San Fernando Valley.
That was when things started to become surreal.

On our last day in the warehouse, we were joined by Dave Grohl and Taylor Hawkins from the Foo Fighters, and our mutual coproducer Nick “Booujzhe” Raskulinecz. They wanted to rehearse their spoof of us from . . . thirty-six years ago.

By now, the televised show in all its glory (I have faith it will retain the essence of what it was like to experience the real-time event — truly larger than life) will be widely shared. The performances, the speeches, the humor, and the overwhelming gathering of the Great and the Good are part of some kind of history now. However, the inner experience of living all that was something else again. Not larger than life, but exactly life-size.

The only way to portray even the ghost of what that few days felt like from the inside might be to jump ahead to when it was over — to a “reflective” moment.
Neil also reveals some additional information surrounding the band's acceptance speeches. As it turns out, the now infamous Alex Lifeson poetic 'Blah Blah Blah' speech was a surprise to Geddy and Neil as well:
For our Hall of Fame speeches, the three of us chose “themes” that each of us would focus on — families for me, fans for Geddy, and for Alex, well . . . blah-blah-blah. (What a moment that was, when he hadn’t warned us what he was going to do. Geddy and I couldn’t see him “acting,” and thought he was going all Flavor Flav [no doubt that poor soul’s rambling, embarrassing, endless blather, under Chuck D’s stern, arms-folded scowl, will be trimmed for the broadcast]. Geddy muttered to me, “How can we make him stop?”, and I raised my heavy “trophy” behind Alex’s head as if to brain him. The two of us have long declared Our Lerxst to be “The Funniest Man Alive,” and of course his performance was a huge comedic success. But he should have warned us.)
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.

Wednesday, May 22, 2013

New York's Classic Rock Station Q104.3 "Ultimate Rush Fan Contest"

Geddy Lee Autographed Baseball
New York City's classic rock station Q104.3 is currently sponsoring a contest to name the 'Ultimate Rush Fan'.

Open to residents of the New York Tri-State area only, the prize package includes a pair of front-row tickets to the June 23rd Jones Beach (Long Island, NY) concert, a Meet & Greet pass and a custom Geddy Lee Clockwork Angel’s bass guitar.

To enter the contest, you just have to tell Q104.3 in 140 characters or less why you’re Rush’s Biggest Fan and they’ll provide you a custom URL to get your friends and family to vote for you for the chance to win. Click HERE to enter the contest.

Now, the shameless plug portion of this news story. As I am a resident of the NY Tri-State area, I humbly ask that people cast their vote for me (Click HERE to vote). In the event I do emerge victorious with your help, I plan to turn around and offer up the custom Geddy Lee Bass guitar in a Cygnus-X1.Net contest. Keep in mind you can vote for your favorite 'Ultimate Rush Fan' once a day until the contest draws to a close.

Thanks for your support, your votes and thanks to Alexis Greenan of Q104.3 for the details behind the contest.

Rush Bring Their Clockwork Angels Tour To Europe Tonight

Rush Clockwork Angels Tour
It's been nearly two years to the day since Rush toured the European continent; their last run of dates occurring during their Time Machine Tour in 2011. Tonight, the wait for European fans is over as Rush will take the stage at the 'Arena' in Manchester, England.

Rush's European leg will be relatively short; spanning a mere ten dates through England, Scotland, Holland, Germany, Sweden and finally Helsinki, Finland on June 10th. The band will then return to North America on June 21st and continue the final leg of their successful Clockwork Angels tour with eighteen dates across the U.S. and Canada.

For a complete list of the tour dates on the Clockwork Angels tour, click HERE.

And for those who prefer to be spoiled, you can check out all the set list changes during the tour via this LINK.

For all the fans attending the European shows, have a great time!

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[Rush's 2013 Clockwork Angels Tour Launches Tonight - April 23rd, 2013]
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[Rush Announce Second Halifax Show - July 14th - March 11th, 2013]
[Rush To Perform at the Ottawa Bluesfest on July 8th - February 28th, 2013]
[Rush Announce Initial 2013 North American Clockwork Angel Tour Dates - January 22nd, 2013]
[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]
[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]
[Alex Lifeson Talks About Clockwork Angels Set List Changes - September 17th, 2012]
[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]

Tuesday, May 21, 2013

Alex Lifeson Explains Why John Rutsey Was Excluded From Rush's Induction Into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame

John RutseyFounding Rush Drummer John Rutsey Excluded from Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Induction
It was back in April when the news broke that Rush's original drummer and co-founding member John Rutsey would be excluded from the band's induction into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. Most fans found the news incredulous, citing that without John, there may very well never have been a band to induct.

However some fans assumed Rutsey would be mentioned during the band's acceptance speech. Unfortunately, at least explicitly, that wasn't the case.

Now, during an Alex Lifeson conversation with Chad Smith, the reasoning behind Rutsey's exclusion is somewhat explained:
Lifeson: Yeah, I think if John was still around, I think an invitation would have gone to him, for sure. He's not, and it's nothing really to do with his family or anything. We did have another guitar player in the band.
Smith: When?
Lifeson: '71?
Smith: What?!
Lifeson: Yeah, Mitch Bossi.
Smith: Mitch Bossi?
Lifeson: Yeah, he was in the band for …
Smith: The Mitch Bossi?
Lifeson: [Laughs] Yes – the teacher. He was in the band for, I don't know... I think it was three or four months. We were playing clubs and high school dances and stuff like that.
Smith: Was this in your movie? I don't remember that.
Lifeson: I think. Yeah, Mitch was mentioned in it. There were some photos with the four of us. He was a friend of John's. Mitch was not that great of a guitar player.
Smith: You're being nice.
Lifeson: He was OK, but not that great.
Smith: He could play.
Lifeson: He could play.
Smith: Chords.
Lifeson: John really wanted to go to more of a Bad Company kind of, Small Faces, er, Faces sort of thing. That's the kind of music that he was really into.
Smith: Bluesy?
Lifeson: Yeah, the English bluesy kind of thing.
Smith: He had more of that vibe?
Lifeson: We went for a while, for a few months. I remember we were at a rehearsal, and we told Mitch that it wasn't really working out. [Smith laughs] He picked up his stuff, and he left.
Smith: Spinal Tap. Was John part of that decision as well?
Lifeson: Yeah, John actually made that decision. I remember him saying, "This isn't working out. I'll talk to Mitch." It was at a rehearsal. We were all there. I guess John did the talking.
Thanks to Eric from Power Windows for the news.

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[Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony: Live Online Coverage Details - April 17th, 2013]
[Rush Articles on their Upcoming Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Induction Now Online - April 15th, 2013]
[Founding Rush Drummer John Rutsey Excluded from Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Induction - April 11th, 2013]
[Rush Donates Items for Rock & Roll Hall of Fame 2013 Inductees Exhibit - April 3rd, 2013]
[Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony Ticket Information Now Available - January 19th, 2013]
[Rush Inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Class of 2013 - December 11th, 2012]
[Rock & Roll Hall of Fame 2013 Inductees to be Announced on December 11th - December 5th, 2012]
[Geddy Lee and Alex Lifeson Comment on Rush's Nomination into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame - October 22nd, 2012]
[Rush Finally Nominated for Induction into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame - October 10th, 2012]

Thursday, May 16, 2013

Upcoming Interview with Geddy Lee and Alex Lifeson Will Respond to Fan-Submitted Questions

Geddy Lee Autographed Baseball
Ahead of Rush's ten-date European tour which begins on May 22nd in Manchester, England, the British musician website MusicRadar.Com will be interviewing both Geddy Lee and Alex Lifeson on Monday, May 20th and they are asking fans to submit questions for the event.

From the MusicRadar.Com website:
Have you got a burning question that you've always wanted to ask Alex Lifeson or Geddy Lee, but you never thought you'd get the chance to ask?
Well, here at MusicRadar, we're in the business of getting you as close to your musical heroes as possible, and it doesn't get much closer than this. We'll be sitting down with the legendary Rush duo on Monday 20 May, and we're giving you the opportunity to have them answer your questions.

The only stipulation is that you keep your questions focussed on the music and how they've made it - be that songwriting, recording, touring or gear - and we promise that we'll put the best questions to Geddy and Alex for you.

All you need to do is email your question to musicradar@futurenet.com, or add it in a comment on our Facebook page. We'll pick the best, and upload Geddy and Alex's filmed responses online next week. Good luck!
In addition to the interview, MusicRadar is also sponsoring a contest for UK residents where the prize package includes a pair of front-row seats to one of the UK shows as well as "an ultra rare Squire Geddy Lee bass". For details on the contest are available HERE.

Tuesday, May 14, 2013

Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony Featuring Rush Airs Saturday, May 18th

Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony Featuring Rush Airs Saturday, May 18thRock & Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony Featuring Rush Airs Saturday, May 18th
It has been a little less than a month since Rush was formally inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame (Click HERE for pictures from the ceremony).

The induction ceremony, which took place at the Nokia Center in Los Angeles, California, was not televised live but rather recorded for an HBO special presentation.

That presentation is now set to air this Saturday, May 18th on HBO at 9pm EST. It will also air on HBO throughout the month, and will be available on HBO on Demand on May 19th. According to the HBO Listing, the special will run for nearly 3 hours compared to the nearly 5 hours that spanned the original ceremony. Obviously for Rush fans, the hope is that little or no Rush-related content is edited out of the aired presentation.

A behind-the-scenes promotional video for the ceremony can be viewed below.


Thanks to Carl Shelden for passing along the link of the promotional video.

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[Founding Rush Drummer John Rutsey Excluded from Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Induction - April 11th, 2013]
[Rush Donates Items for Rock & Roll Hall of Fame 2013 Inductees Exhibit - April 3rd, 2013]
[Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony Ticket Information Now Available - January 19th, 2013]
[Rush Inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Class of 2013 - December 11th, 2012]
[Rock & Roll Hall of Fame 2013 Inductees to be Announced on December 11th - December 5th, 2012]
[Geddy Lee and Alex Lifeson Comment on Rush's Nomination into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame - October 22nd, 2012]
[Rush Finally Nominated for Induction into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame - October 10th, 2012]

Rush Digital Album Collections Now Available on iTunes

Rush: The Studio Albums 1989-2007Rush - The Complete Mercury Years
The Apple iTunes store has just released two digital-only Rush album collections spanning every studio and live album through 2007's Snakes & Arrows.

In the first collection, Rush The Complete Mercury Years, the $79.99 package reflects all of the studio albums from Rush's debut piece in 1974 through the band's third live release A Show of Hands. This set also reflects the new 2112 Deluxe Edition as well as the "Working Man" 'vault edition' from 2008.

The second collection, dubbed Rush: The Studio Albums 1989-2007 includes the studio albums from Presto through Snakes & Arrows, including Rush's EP Feedback. Neither Different Stages or Snakes & Arrows Live are included in this $49.99 collection.

Each set is only available in digital form and have been mastered for iTunes. No word yet on the addition of any new artwork for these compilations.

Saturday, May 11, 2013

Rush and the Jersey Shore - First Leg of the 2013 Clockwork Angels Tour Ends Tonight in Atlantic City

Rush Clockwork Angels TourRush Clockwork Angels Tour
Update (05/12/2013): Here's a LINK to the photos I snapped off in Atlantic City -- from the first row! Enjoy!
Rush will take the stage tonight at the Mark G. Etess Arena located inside the Trump Taj Mahal Casino in Atlantic City, New Jersey. This marks the second time the band has performed in Atlantic City; the first came during the Snakes & Arrows tour back on July 4th, 2008. That show also took place in the Etess Arena.

With tonight's show, Rush will end the first leg of their 2013 Clockwork Angels Tour. The band will break for 11 days before resuming the tour in Europe. The European leg will consist of ten dates between May 22nd and June 10th. The tour will have stops in England, Scotland, Holland, Germany, Sweden and Finland. Click HERE for a complete list of concert dates on this leg of the tour.

By all accounts, the first leg of the Clockwork Angels tour has been nothing short of spectacular. All three members appear to be enjoying themselves immensely once again, and numerous fans have commented on Geddy's vocals being stronger than ever. Not surprisingly, the band continues to modify the set list on a nightly basis, just as they did during the 2012 leg of the tour.

Many fans have graciously contributed some stunning photographs from each date thus far. To view them, click HERE. Thanks to everyone who contributed! Look for a gallery from the Atlantic City show from yours truly. For those of you who are also taking in the Atlantic City show, keep an eye out for that New Jersey YYZ license plate waving in the crowd (hopefully from within the first couple of rows). If you see it, come on over and say "Hi!"

The time is now again...

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[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]
[Alex Lifeson Talks About Clockwork Angels Set List Changes - September 17th, 2012]
[Rush Add San Diego Date to the Clockwork Angels Tour - September 10th, 2012]
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Thursday, May 9, 2013

Alex Lifeson Featured in Red Hot Chili Peppers' Chad Smith Podcast

Geddy Lee Autographed Baseball
A press release from MusicRadar.Com yesterday announced that a new podcast series with Red Hot Chili Peppers' Chad Smith will feature Alex Lifeson as the first guest. The poscast, which is titled In Conversation, will premiere next Monday, May 13th.

From the press release:
Multiple award winning and Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame inductee, Smith hasn't lost sight of what it's like to be a fan and last month, a few days before the legendary Canadian trio Rush were inducted into the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame, he indulged his inner prog rocker and joined iconic guitarist Alex Lifeson for a laugh-filled, leisurely dinner at the Sunset Marquis in West Hollywood, California.

"The invisible interview -- that's what I call it," says Smith. "Friends, thoughts, information -- why do you do what you do? Admiration, respect, insight and maybe a surprise."

In Conversation is not a traditional interview; it's an insight into the personal and professional lives of two great musicians. Over striped sea bass and baked duck, Smith and Lifeson enthusiastically hold forth on a variety of topics. Although their histories and bands couldn't be more different, their commitment to unconventional self-expression shows a deep, mutual bond.

"I've been a Rush fan since high school," says Smith. "Neil [Peart] gets a lot of attention, as he should, but Al is under appreciated, I think. He is as great a musician as he is to be around. I'm honored for him to be my first. He was gentle with me!"
The first part of In Conversation with Lifeson will be published on Monday, May 13th at www.musicradar.com/chadsmith. New installments will then air once a week for three consecutive weeks.

Thanks to Ed from RushIsABand for the news.

Friday, May 3, 2013

Rush Come Up Short at the 5th Annual Revolver Golden Gods Awards Show

Geddy Lee Autographed Baseball
Last night, the fifth annual Revolver Golden Gods award show took place in Los Angeles where each of the members of Rush were nominated in the categories of "Best of" for their respective instruments.

Unfortunately, Geddy, Alex and Neil all came up short. The results:
  • Geddy lost the "Best Bassist Award" to Corey Taylor of Stone Sour & Slipknot
  • Alex lost the "Best Guitarist Award" to John 5 of Rob Zombie and as a solo artist
  • Neil lost the "Best Drummer Award" to Arejay Hale of Halestorm
  • Rush are no strangers to the Golden Gods Awards. Last year, they were awarded the Ronnie James Dio Lifetime Achievement Award; an award that Neil accepted in person on behalf of the band.

    As Rush are currently on tour, none of the band members were in attendance at the award show last night.

    Thanks to RushFanForever for the news.

    Wednesday, May 1, 2013

    Win a Geddy Lee Autographed Baseball at the Toronto Blue Jays "Rock & Roll Music Night"

    Geddy Lee Autographed Baseball
    Toronto Blue Jays fans who attend the team's May 2nd game against the Boston Red Sox at Toronto's Rogers Centre will have the chance to win an autographed baseball by none other than Geddy Lee; an avid baseball and Blue Jays fan (not to mention a season ticket holder).

    The give-away is part of the Rock & Roll Music Night:
    Rogers Centre will be rocking when we kick-off the first of 3 music nights with Rock & Roll! Be sure to visit us "Backstage" in our 200 Level Outfield starting from when gates open at 5:30 p.m. Fans will have the opportunity to take part in fun activities, enjoy rock & roll music and win great prizes! Don't forget to wear your best rock & roll look!
    For more information, click HERE.Thanks to Eric from Power Windows for the news.


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