Showing posts from April, 2024

Geddy Lee's My Effin' Life In Conversation Tour Returns to Quebec this July - Tickets On Sale Now

Geddy Lee has just announced that he will be holding a special edition of his My Effin' Life In Conversation Tour for one night at the Grand Théâtre de Québec as part of the Quebec City Summer Festival on July 13th. The event will take place in the 500-seat Salle Octave-Crémazie room, and 148 VIP tickets that include an autographed copy of his memoir will be made available. From his Instagram Post : This July I’m gonna pop into one of my fave parts of my 🇨🇦 “home and native land” - Quebec City - for an intimate convo about “My Effin’ Life”… as part of the annual @festivaleteqc. There's no word on who will join Geddy for this show, or if there might be any other 2024 dates...yet. Tickets are $57 CAD ($140 VIP) and on-sale now and available at this location . For a complete listing of the previous tour dates, venues, cities, photos, and more please click HERE . Order My Effin' Life today! Comments

Rush At 50 Hardcover Book Coming This September

Prolific author Daniel Bukszpan, whose works include Ozzy at 75: The Unofficial Illustrated History and The Encyclopedia of Heavy Metal will now be adding Rush to his list of works. Scheduled for release on September 17, 2024, Rush at 50 will examine the history of the Canadian rockers through the lens of 50 milestone events and an illustrated gatefold timeline. More on the release: This richly illustrated and entertainingly written book from Rush expert and music journalist Dan Bukszpan pays tribute to the trio on the 50th anniversary of their debut album by curating and examining 50 of the most significant milestones in their career. Bukszpan covers everything down through the decades: The band’s formation by bassist Geddy Lee and guitarist Alex Lifeson in suburban Toronto and their early gigs and tours opening for the likes of Kiss Their breakthrough in the United States thanks to a Cleveland DJ The role of co-founding drummer John Rutsey Rush’s early Led Zeppelin–infl

Rush: The Comic Book from TidalWave Comics Now Available

TidalWave Comics is proud to announce the addition of the Canadian rock band RUSH to its popular “Orbit” comic book series focused on personalities who impact the world. “Orbit: RUSH” is released this week. Written by Todd Matthyand illustrated by Martin Gimenez, this 22-page comic book is available both digitally and in print and can be found on multiple platforms such as Amazon . It will also be released in paperback and hard cover the same day with a special cover by famed artist Noumier Tawilah. Rush, the Canadian band, takes center stage in a captivating comic book biography. With record-breaking sales, chart-topping hits, and an enduring influence on musicians worldwide, Rush’s extraordinary journey unfolds within these pages, showcasing the remarkable tale of a band that shaped generations. “Timeless. No other word to describe them,” said writer Todd Matthy. The “Orbit” comic book series has been featured in “Entertainment Weekly”, “Rolling Stone” magazine, “Time” magazi

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