Showing posts from March, 2023

Hugh Syme 'Imagine This' Exhibition to open in Los Angeles on June 1st

Graphic artist and musician Hugh Syme, who is well known among Rush fans as the creative, illustrative genius of the band's album artwork, will be opening up a new exhibition in Los Angeles at the Musichead Gallery on Sunset Boulevard. Scheduled to run from June 1st through July 5th, the 'Imagine This' exhibition will include a selection of some of Syme’s best-known works, as well as a large assortment of iconic and unseen artworks from his portfolio. From the official announcement: 50 years, and counting, creating timeless works of art Hugh Syme is a award-winning Canadian illustrator, designer, graphic artist and musician who will open a new exhibition Hugh Syme: Imagine This in California beginning Thursday, June 1 at Musichead Gallery in Los Angeles as was announced recently on SiriusXM’s TrunkNation hosted by Eddie Trunk. The Los Angeles gallery will mark the third in a series of gallery openings for Syme, having hosted stops in Indianapolis in 2019 and Austi

Geddy Lee's Memoir "My Effin' Life" Scheduled for November 14th Release. Pre-Order Links Now Available

Update: April 7th: Rush and Geddy Lee have announced the title, cover, and official release date of the memoir. "My Effin' Life" is now scheduled for a November 14th, 2023 release. More news coming soon. It was back in September of 2021 when we first announced that Geddy Lee was writing his memoir. From his Instagram post: So, how did I kill time during the pandemic? Little did I know that as of March 2020 I'd be locked down for over a year and a half—the longest time I'd spent in Toronto since I was nineteen and hit the Northern Ontario bar circuit with Rush. Although Nancy and I had to cancel a bunch of adventures we'd been planning, there were some shiny silver linings to be found at home: teaching my grandson the finer points of baseball and birdwatching, tending to my pups (one of whom was quite ill) and spending the evenings with my lovely better half, glass of Armagnac in hand, as we watched every European mystery show ever produced. Oh, a

Rush Announce the Signals 40th Anniversary Box Set - Coming April 26th

At long last, Rush and the Rush Backstage Club have just announced the official release of the Signals 40th Anniversary Box Set ! At this time, only a Super-Deluxe version is available for pre-order, with an expected shipping date of April 26th. Similar to other 40th Anniversary releases, Signals includes a number of special bonus content including new artwork by Hugh Syme, printed lyric sheets hand-written by Neil Peart, posters, vinyl and CD versions of the album, and more. Unfortunately unlike other 40th anniversary releases, Signals does not contain any live content. The Super-Deluxe Edition retails for $229.98 and can be pre-ordered at this LINK . We'll have more news on this release, included other possible editions (i.e. CD-Only, Vinyl-only, etc.) as they become available. Comments

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