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Monday, June 29, 2015

Rush Return to New York City - Set to Close Out the 2nd Leg of Their R40 Tour at Madison Square Garden

Rush Return to New York City - Set to Close Out the 2nd Leg of Their R40 Tour at Madison Square Garden
Update: Click HERE for a collection of pictures I took at the MSG show. Enjoy!
Rush are set to perform the 23rd show of their ongoing R40 Live 40th Anniversary Tour in New York City's famed Madison Square Garden tonight. This performance will mark the band's 13th appearance in Madison Square Garden, dating back to 1981 when they first took the stage of the world-famous venue during their Moving Pictures tour.

Tonight's performance will be the final show of the second leg of the tour. The band will then take a 10-day break before opening up the third and final (?) leg of the tour on July 10th at the Sprint Center in Kansas City, Missouri.

The second leg of the tour has seen the band shake things up a bit with regards to the set list. Where the band performed three distinct set lists, in order, during the first leg of the tour, two new set lists were added this time around and the order of when each is performed has been shuffled a bit. So if you think you know which set list you'll be treated to when the band comes to your area, don't be too sure :)

As we reported earlier, Rush recorded and filmed the two shows performed in their home town of Toronto earlier this month. News on when a live album and concert DVD will be made available is still forthcoming, though it's possible they'll have it ready in time for the 2015 holiday season (purely speculation at this point).

There have been other surprises, however in the interest of not sharing spoilers directly here, I'll simply say that, if you want to see what's been going on during the second leg of the tour, check out the R40 Set List Page.

For those of you, like myself, who are going to the show tonight, have a great time! Hope to see some of you there.

Key R40 Tour Links:

  • R40 Tour Dates
  • R40 Set List
  • R40 Concert Reviews
  • R40 Tour Book Transcription
  • R40 Tour Book Artwork and Photos
  • Stay tuned for more tour updates, set list changes, and photos!

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    [Rush Return Home to Toronto - June 17th, 2015]
    [Rush To Film R40 Live Tour in Toronto (YYZ) - June 5th, 2015]
    [Rush R40 Live 40th Anniversary Tour Update - First Leg Set to End in Virginia - May 30th, 2015]
    [R40 Live 40th Anniversary Tour Update - First Week is in the Books - May 15th, 2015]
    [Rush's R40 Live 40th Anniversary Tour Launches Tonight - Set List and Pictures Revealed Live! - May 8th, 2015]
    [Countdown to R40: Rush Have Arrived in Tulsa! - May 1st, 2015]
    [Alex Lifeson Talks About Rush's R40 Tour in New Interview - April 28th, 2015]
    [Win a Meet & Greet with Members of Rush! - April 11th, 2015]
    [Attention Rush Fans! Rush Wants Your Photos for Their R40 Live Tour - March 14th, 2015]
    ["Rush Currently Rehearsing in Los Angeles Ahead of R40 Tour - April 5th, 2015]
    ["Get Everyone to R40" Online Funding Event Now Underway - March 10th, 2015]
    [Neil Peart Discusses the R40 Drum Kit in a New Video - January 27th, 2015]
    [Alex Lifeson Stops By Q107 To Talk About The New R40 Tour - Cleveland Stop Still Possible - January 26th, 2015]
    [Rush Announce R40 Live 40th Anniversary Tour - Band to Perform in 34 Cities Across North America - January 22nd, 2015]
    [Rush 2015 Tour Rumors Begin To Gain Steam - December 30th, 2014]

    Thursday, June 25, 2015

    Introducing "Rush on Demand" Powered By Qello Concerts

    Introducing
    Rush and Qello Concerts have just announced a new partnership where full-length Rush concerts and documentaries will be streamed, on demand, to any device.

    From the announcement:
    Rush and Qello Concerts introduce “Rush On Demand,” providing full-length Rush concerts and documentaries streamed on demand to any device.

    On the Qello Concerts Rush channel, fans get exclusive behind-the-scenes webisodes from the R40 Live tour. A new webisode airs each week through the end of the tour. Plus, Rush fans get access to Rush’s entire concert film catalog in one streaming destination—including Clockwork Angels, Rush in Rio, R30, Time Machine: Live in Cleveland, and more.

    And with Qello Concerts, music lovers get the world’s largest collection of full-length concerts and documentaries spanning every genre. Watch on any connected device including: Apple TV, Roku, Playstation, Xbox, Samsung and Sony Smart TVs, all iOS, Google and Amazon devices, and on the web.

    Rush on Demand with Qello will launch this Friday with the first backstage R40 webisode!
    For more information including information on how to sign up for the service, click HERE.

    Tuesday, June 23, 2015

    Autographed Rush R40 Prints Now Available From the Andrew MacNaughtan Art Store

    Autographed Rush R40 Prints Now Available From the Andrew MacNaughtan Art Store
    The Andrew MacNaughtan Photographic Arts website has announced the availability of two new autographed prints in celebration of the band's 40th Anniversary Tour. From the website:
    To celebrate the historic R40 tour we are very excited to announce the release of two never before released Andrew MacNaughtan images that we feel represent his one of a kind relationship with the band. And speaking of the band, we are thrilled to say they have once again given us full support on this project and were generous enough to hand sign these prints. We have released a very limited 40 editions of each print autographed by all three members of the band.

    RUSH LIVE
    This 7.5 x 20" Image is printed on high quality 17 x 22" Hahnemühle Silk Baryta Photography Paper

    Our first print highlights Andrew's unprecedented access to the band as they played live on the Vapor Trails Tour. We chose this shot because it also includes the fans in a pure moment of electricity. The band, the music and the fans all in harmony with Andrew in the perfect spot to capture it. As a lifelong fan himself this is truly a moment only Andrew could have captured.

    Autographed Rush R40 Prints Now Available From the Andrew MacNaughtan Art Store

    RUSH PORTRAIT TRIO
    This 8 x 18" Image is printed on high quality 17 x 22" Hahnemühle Silk Baryta Photography Paper

    Our second print shows the other side of Andrew's relationship with the guys. Intimate portraits of each band member originally shot for Feedback in 2004 This print is a reminder of the close personal ties each shared with Andrew over their 25 plus years working together. The result an artful, honest reflection on the three men behind 40 years of incredible music.

    We are very honoured by your continued support of Andrew's work and know he would have been as excited as all of you about this tour which is why we wanted to be sure to celebrate this great moment in Rush history with you all from the perspective of someone who was a lifelong fan and not only had unprecedented access but a unique relationship that lasted over 2 decades. Andrew MacNaughtan will forever be intertwined with Rush and we couldn't be more proud. Please enjoy.
    For more information and ordering information, please click HERE.

    Neil Peart: Cultural Repercussions Book Coming in August

    Neil Peart: Cultural Repercussions Book Coming in August
    This August, a new book by author Bradley J. Birzer will be released titled Neil Peart: Cultural Repercussions. From the book's back cover:
    Though. Neil Peart is universally acknowledged as one of the greatest living drummers, few studies have been devoted to his writings. Yet, Peart is very much a man of his words. He writes lyrics, travelogues, short stories, essays, and books of cultural criticism. In terms of his cultural impact, he is also one of North America's greatest living, men of letters. The themes he offers in his writings are timeless: philosophy, journeys, growth, exploration, excellence, art, satisfaction, happiness, religion, politics, individualism, expression, natural history, cultural criticism, life, love, loss, redemption, and beauty.

    Peart wants every person to persevere through individual trials, and find his or her unique gifts and abilities and, ultimately, true happiness. Most tellingly, Peart does not just profess such things, he has lived them and continues to live them.

    Never satisfied with second best or any form of defeat, Peart challenges himself time and time again to live up to his own philosophy. And he has succeeded through great personal adversity and, at times, irrational professional jealousy of and hatred toward him, and he has always succeeded through grace.

    This book carefully examines the influence his life, his witness, and his words have had on others. Neil Peart has lived life to the fullest, and he has made us each better for it.
    You can read more about the book at this LINK. For a high-resolution version of the front and back cover, click HERE.

    Thanks to Ed from RushIsABand for the news.

    Wednesday, June 17, 2015

    Rush Return Home to Toronto

    Rush Return Home to TorontoRush Return Home to Toronto
    At roughly the midway point of the band's R40 Live 40th Anniversary tour, Rush are about to return home to Toronto (YYZ) to perform two dates at the Air Canada Centre (June 17th and 19th). As we reported earlier, these two dates will be recorded and filmed for a future live release.

    From the band's original announcement:
    Rush announced today that both hometown Toronto performances will be filmed. It is the first time the band will have filmed in their hometown in almost 20 years with the recording in 1997 at the Molson Canadian Amphitheatre on the Test for Echo tour. Prior to that, the band recorded a concert video and accompanying album for the Grace Under Pressure tour in 1984 at Maple Leaf Gardens.

    The R40 LIVE tour kicked off in Tulsa, OK this May to a jubilant crowd and #R40Live has become the tour not to miss this summer.

    Fans who have their coveted tickets to the sold out shows in Toronto are encouraged to represent and wear Rush shirts, bring signs and come ready with their ‘outside’ voices.
    For those of you who have been following the set list changes during the tour, there has been much speculation on whether or not new songs/changes will be added to the two Toronto dates. We'll have complete, up-to-date results as the shows progress posted on the SET LIST page (Warning: Spoilers!). Of course, we'll also have photos from the show posted once available.

    For those of you lucky enough to be taking part of the YYZ shows, have a fantastic time. Make sure you smile for the cameras!

    Key R40 Tour Links:
  • R40 Tour Dates
  • R40 Set List
  • R40 Concert Reviews
  • R40 Tour Book Transcription
  • R40 Tour Book Artwork and Photos
  • Stay tuned for more tour updates, set list changes, and photos!

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    [Rush To Film R40 Live Tour in Toronto (YYZ) - June 5th, 2015]
    [Rush R40 Live 40th Anniversary Tour Update - First Leg Set to End in Virginia - May 30th, 2015]
    [R40 Live 40th Anniversary Tour Update - First Week is in the Books - May 15th, 2015]
    [Rush's R40 Live 40th Anniversary Tour Launches Tonight - Set List and Pictures Revealed Live! - May 8th, 2015]
    [Countdown to R40: Rush Have Arrived in Tulsa! - May 1st, 2015]
    [Alex Lifeson Talks About Rush's R40 Tour in New Interview - April 28th, 2015]
    [Win a Meet & Greet with Members of Rush! - April 11th, 2015]
    [Attention Rush Fans! Rush Wants Your Photos for Their R40 Live Tour - March 14th, 2015]
    ["Rush Currently Rehearsing in Los Angeles Ahead of R40 Tour - April 5th, 2015]
    ["Get Everyone to R40" Online Funding Event Now Underway - March 10th, 2015]
    [Neil Peart Discusses the R40 Drum Kit in a New Video - January 27th, 2015]
    [Alex Lifeson Stops By Q107 To Talk About The New R40 Tour - Cleveland Stop Still Possible - January 26th, 2015]
    [Rush Announce R40 Live 40th Anniversary Tour - Band to Perform in 34 Cities Across North America - January 22nd, 2015]
    [Rush 2015 Tour Rumors Begin To Gain Steam - December 30th, 2014]

    Tuesday, June 16, 2015

    Modern Drummer's Neil Peart Artist Pack Now Available

    Modern Drummer's Neil Peart Artist Pack Now Available
    Since 1980, Neil Peart has been featured on the cover of Modern Drummer magazine a total of 8 times and has appeared in numerous other issues over the years. For the first time anywhere, each issue that the Rush drummer has appeared in is now available in a new Modern Drummer Artist Pack app:
    This exclusive digital download is more than just an ordinary PDF; it’s a chance to experience decades of content on one of the most influential drummers of all time—right at your fingertips. With an interactive table of contents, you can navigate the Artist Pack on your mobile phone, tablet, or desktop computer with ease. You will experience the articles and advertisements as they originally appeared in Modern Drummer magazine, from Peart’s first feature in 1980 to the 2011 cover story on the drummer’s award-winning three-DVD set, Taking Center Stage: A Lifetime of Live Performance.

    The Neil Peart Artist Pack includes more than 200 pages of articles about Neil Peart, articles by Neil Peart, cover-story interviews, transcriptions, classic advertisements, and more.
    The app/PDF is available for download at a price of $9.99. Complete details and ordering links are available HERE.

    A video introduction to the app is also available on YouTube or via the embedded viewer below.



    Thanks to Eric from Power Windows for the news.

    Geddy Lee on Saved by Technology's Jim Burgess

    Geddy Lee on Saved by Technology's Jim Burgess
    Saved by Technology, providers of the latest music, audio, and video production tools for nearly 30 years have had a long-standing relationship with Rush dating back to the band's Grace Under Pressure album. Jim Burgess of SbT has been an instrumental part of most of Rush's tour during the past 15 years including the ongoing R40 tour.

    Recently, Geddy Lee commented on Jim's efforts:
    “Jim Burgess of Saved By Technology has been an invaluable member of the Rush team for many years and once again he has been in charge of prepping the synthesizer and sampling set up for our current R40 tour.

    He has been involved in everything from choosing the right MIDI instruments, hardware and software systems, to programming, arranging, editing and final sound design for this entire aspect of the show. He has done an incredible job for us once again. Thank you Jim!"
    To read more about Jim and his extensive involvement with Rush's tours of the past and present, please click HERE.

    Congratulations, Jim, and thanks to John Harry of SBT for passing along this news.

    Monday, June 15, 2015

    Rush Finally Make Rolling Stone Magazine's Cover

    Rush Finally Make Rolling Stone Magazine's Cover
    Update: The complete article, titled From Rush with Love is now online. Click HERE to read it. *WARNING* - Significant R40 Tour Spoilers Within
    No, this isn't another April Fool's Prank - after 41 years, Rush will finally appear on the cover of Rolling Stone magazine.

    The band will appear on the cover of Issue #1238 (July 2nd, 2015) which will go on sale this Friday, June 19th.

    From the announcement:
    Attention all planets of the Solar Federation: Rush have finally made the cover of Rolling Stone – and it's happening well before the actual year 2112. It's been more than four decades since the band formed its current lineup – and 34 years since its commercial breakthrough, 1981's Moving Pictures –­ but the Canadian trio is moving as close as ever to pop culture's center, with a hit documentary, Rush: Beyond the Lighted Stage, induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and more.

    For the in-depth, career-spanning cover story, senior writer Brian Hiatt ­trailed the band to early tour rehearsals in Los Angeles and soundchecks in Tulsa, Oklahoma, interviewing Neil Peart, Geddy Lee and Alex Lifeson about their lives and careers, from their childhoods to their Eighties evolution to the recording of 2012's Clockwork Angels. Throughout the story, one question looms: Can their current run of shows, which kicked off May 8th in Tulsa, really be their "last major tour of this magnitude," as they've called it? The band members themselves don't seem altogether sure.
    The complete cover story will also appear online, tomorrow, at 10AM EST. Look for a link to the article soon.

    Thanks to RushFanForever for the news.

    Sunday, June 14, 2015

    Neil Peart News, Weather, and Sports Update - June 2015 - Backstage Byways

    Neil Peart News, Weather, and Sports Update - June 2015 - Backstage Byways
    Though Neil Peart is in the middle of Rush's 40th Anniversary Tour, that hasn't stopped the band's percussionist and chief lyricist from writing another entry for the News, Weather, and Sports section of his website.

    In this entry, titled Backstage Byways, most of the discussion centers around the band's first leg of their tour, the extensive preparations needed to get the show on the road, and Neil's cycle travels between each date:
    Sometimes a motorcycling destination is worth a longer bus ride, and a bouncier sleep. Other times circumstances force it. On the day of the Tulsa show, while checking over my motorcycle, I discovered a bind in the back wheel, like the brake caliper dragging on the disc. My mechanical abilities are pretty much limited to oil changes (though I’m very good at those!), so it would need to be taken to a BMW dealer. Fortunately there was one in Omaha, near the next show in Lincoln, and Michael called ahead to let them know we’d be bringing it in. I transferred my tools and such to the spare bike (the older GS that usually lives at my home in Quebec), and drew up a plan that would get Dave close enough to Omaha, while Michael and I could head west across Nebraska.
    There is also a very cute entry regarding Neil's 5-year-old daughter Olivia who took in her very first Rush concert in New Orleans:

    It was also Olivia’s first Rush concert, and she loved it. I had thought she might last a song or two, but she danced and air-drummed right to the end. Manager Ray arranged a “box” for them, high up over everything, and Olivia couldn’t get over all the people.

    “There must be two-thousand-and-eighteen people,” she said.

    Ray laughed and told her, “Actually there are about eleven thousand!”

    Olivia looked puzzled, “Are they all here to see my dad and Uncle Alex and Uncle Geddy?”

    When Ray assured her they were, she said, “That’s too silly.”

    Then she wondered, “Do they know he’s my dad?”

    Ray laughed and said, “They probably do.”

    During intermission she came backstage and ran up to me, arms raised for me to pick her up. Still wearing her big red “ear defenders,” she was so excited that she bounced in my arms.

    “Daddy! It was great! I only didn’t like the shipwreck” (rearscreen video in “The Wreckers,” to her an echo of the dark beginning of Frozen, a movie she finds rightly unbearable) “and the explosion!” (Pyro-man Boom-Boom’s fireworks in “Far Cry.”)

    It looks like Rush have a new fan. You can read the entire entry at this LINK (SPOILERS WITHIN).

    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.

    Geddy Lee: "The Complete Conversation" - Montreal Gazette

    Geddy Lee: 'The Complete Conversation' - Montreal Gazette
    Geddy Lee recently spoke with Jordan Zivitz of the Montral Gazette for a lengthy interview where the topic of conversation was, not surprisingly, Rush's current R40 tour.

    From the interview:
    MG: So what do you feel is left to accomplish, if that’s your standard of measurement?

    GL: Well, if this tour is any indication, we’re playing really, really well together, and I’m very proud of the show that we’re bringing around. It does give one pause to soak in everything we’ve done over the last 40 years, but I still feel like we’ve got some mojo. And even though we have no idea what the future holds for us, I remain optimistic.

    MG: I’m glad to hear that, because a lot of fans — myself included — were freaking out a bit when the tour was announced and the notice went out that it would probably be the “last major tour of this magnitude.”

    GL: Yeah. Well, I think that’s probably true — and the key words there are “tour of this magnitude.” Everybody in the band has sort of a different attitude on this. I say I’m optimistic — I’m not sure my bandmates and pals would state it exactly the same way. I think you have to take that for what it is — it’s my view, not necessarily the band view.

    MG: Are you willing or able to speak for the other two and what you feel their outlooks on this are?

    GL: I think it’s a bit in flux, to be honest. I think before the tour started, there was a decided mood of the end of our touring life. And I know how much we’ve all enjoyed it so far. There’s been no complaining and some very, very good playing. Maybe that’s changed, but I don’t feel comfortable speaking for the other two guys.
    Regarding the set list for the tour, Geddy had this to say:
    "Well, I had a very simple attitude. Everybody came in with kind of a different agenda. My attitude was: This is an anniversary tour, so we should really celebrate our most popular songs. And in order to do that, you have to have the discussion: Well, popular by whose metric? (Laughs) By what metric are you measuring it? If you look at some of the hardcore fans and their requests, they want the more obscure, deeper tracks. So we tried to strike a balance, and it actually came together pretty quickly — for the most part. There were a few details we had to work out, and that’s why there are a few different versions of the show that we play on different nights. Trying to satisfy everyone is impossible. So we just try to strike a balance between the most popular songs of our past 40 years, or the most “important” songs of our past 40 years, and throw a couple surprises in."
    You can read the entire interview at this LINK.

    Monday, June 8, 2015

    Maclean's Magazine: What a Rush! How an Unhip Trio Became Superstars

    Maclean's Magazine: What a Rush! How an Unhip Trio Became Superstars
    The latest issue of the Canadian magazine Maclean's includes a lengthy feature on Rush as well as an interview with Alex Lifeson. The article, which is available online delves further into the uncertainty of Rush touring beyond their current R40 tour due to health concerns for both Alex and Neil.

    From the article:
    Rush won’t be able to play like this forever, or even for very long. Peart is suffering from tendonitis—he has downsized his epic drum solos—and Lifeson has psoriatic arthritis. “I’m starting to feel it in my index finger and my thumb on my left hand, which is kind of critical,” he says, “so I get cortisone shots and try to keep it as loose as I can. I’ll be 62 soon, and it’s getting a little more challenging to stay on top of it.”

    The band’s future, beyond the end of this tour in Los Angeles on Aug. 1, is a question mark: “We’ve talked quite openly about this possibly being the last major tour that we’re going to do,” says Lifeson. “There’s no point in going out and being the ghost of yourself just to make a few bucks.” What’s more, having sacrificed family time for Rush’s career, he plans to be around for his grandchildren: “I want to be the custodian of great experiences for them—that’s a pretty important job.”

    Still, with Lee living five minutes away in Toronto, Lifeson is always tempted to write music; “I know Neil would be up for it too,” he says. And with Danniels “cautiously optimistic” about adding tour dates, Rush’s ever-expanding cult needn’t wish for time to stand still.
    You can read the entire article at this link however there are R40 spoilers within.

    Thanks to Ed from RushIsABand for the news.

    Friday, June 5, 2015

    Rush To Film R40 Live Tour in Toronto (YYZ)

    Rush To Film R40 Live Tour in Toronto (YYZ)
    Ever since Rush announced their R40 tour, most fans assumed that the two shows the band would perform in their hometown of Toronto would be recorded and filmed for a future live release. Today, the assumptions were confirmed with a post on Rush.Com:
    Rush announced today that both hometown Toronto performances will be filmed. It is the first time the band will have filmed in their hometown in almost 20 years with the recording in 1997 at the Molson Canadian Amphitheatre on the Test for Echo tour. Prior to that, the band recorded a concert video and accompanying album for the Grace Under Pressure tour in 1984 at Maple Leaf Gardens.

    The R40 LIVE tour kicked off in Tulsa, OK this May to a jubilant crowd and #R40Live has become the tour not to miss this summer.

    Fans who have their coveted tickets to the sold out shows in Toronto are encouraged to represent and wear Rush shirts, bring signs and come ready with their ‘outside’ voices.
    The two Toronto shows occur on June 17th and 19th at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto.

    Key R40 Tour Links:
  • R40 Tour Dates
  • R40 Set List
  • R40 Concert Reviews
  • R40 Tour Book Transcription
  • R40 Tour Book Artwork and Photos
  • Stay tuned for more tour updates, set list changes, and photos!

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    [Rush R40 Live 40th Anniversary Tour Update - First Leg Set to End in Virginia - May 30th, 2015]
    [R40 Live 40th Anniversary Tour Update - First Week is in the Books - May 15th, 2015]
    [Rush's R40 Live 40th Anniversary Tour Launches Tonight - Set List and Pictures Revealed Live! - May 8th, 2015]
    [Countdown to R40: Rush Have Arrived in Tulsa! - May 1st, 2015]
    [Alex Lifeson Talks About Rush's R40 Tour in New Interview - April 28th, 2015]
    [Win a Meet & Greet with Members of Rush! - April 11th, 2015]
    [Attention Rush Fans! Rush Wants Your Photos for Their R40 Live Tour - March 14th, 2015]
    ["Rush Currently Rehearsing in Los Angeles Ahead of R40 Tour - April 5th, 2015]
    ["Get Everyone to R40" Online Funding Event Now Underway - March 10th, 2015]
    [Neil Peart Discusses the R40 Drum Kit in a New Video - January 27th, 2015]
    [Alex Lifeson Stops By Q107 To Talk About The New R40 Tour - Cleveland Stop Still Possible - January 26th, 2015]
    [Rush Announce R40 Live 40th Anniversary Tour - Band to Perform in 34 Cities Across North America - January 22nd, 2015]
    [Rush 2015 Tour Rumors Begin To Gain Steam - December 30th, 2014]

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