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Alex Lifeson's Envy of None Project Releases First Single "Liar"

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The first single from Alex Lifeson's band/project Envy of None has just been released. Titled Liar , the single is available to stream at the band's official website or from the YouTube viewer below. In addition to Alex Lifeson, Envy of None consists of Andy Curran, guitarist Alfio Annibalini and vocalist Maiah Wynne. Though Liar is the first official single released, last summer Alex Lifeson also shared two other songs on his website - Kabul Blues and Spy House , which are available online at this location . According to Lifeson, the project recorded a total of ten songs and are still preparing for a release of all the tracks in the near future. Complete details, newsletter registration, and more available at envyofnone.com . You can also follow them on Facebook , Twitter , and Instagram . Pre-Order the entire album, which will be released on April 8th, HERE . Comments

Neil Peart: The Man Behind the Kit -- Remembering Rush's Drummer on the Anniversary of his Death

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Neil Peart reminded us that we are "Only immortal for a limited time" when he penned the lyrics to Dreamline , the opening track from Rush's 1991 studio album Roll the Bones . Today, as we remember Neil on the second anniversary of his passing, we look back and revel at just how much life and energy the Rush drummer put into his period of immortality on this Earth. During his lifetime, Neil was heralded for numerous accomplishments, from his lyrical mastery of Rush's catalog of music, to his chronicling of his time on the road and beyond through the books he authored. However, it was what he achieved behind the drum kit that will forever cement Mr. Peart as one of the finest musicians of all time. Neil wasn’t simply a powerhouse percussionist who pounded away at the drums to establish a beat to Rush’s music. Neil was an artist in the purest sense; one who savored every note he created and ensured that each note served a purpose, even if it might get buried with

Rush-Themed Pinball Machines Coming from Stern Pinball

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Stern Pinball recently announced that they would be producing and releasing several versions of Rush-themed pinball machines some time in 2022. Today they released an extended trailer that highlights the machines. From the announcement: Over 40 million records sold. More than 40 years of unparalleled creativity. Countless sold-out tours. An impassioned global fan base. A star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Inductions into the Canadian and U.S. Rock and Roll Halls of Fame. Officers of the Order of Canada. Countless other awards and recognitions. That’s all very nice. For the three band members, however, it was never about the accolades. It was always about their music, their friendships, their band, their fans, and now: PINBALL!!! Stern Pinball, Inc. proudly announces a new line of pinball machines celebrating the iconic Canadian progressive rock band, Rush. Rush pinball machines are available in Pro, Premium, and Limited Edition (LE) models.