The band just embarked on a 40th anniversary tour.
All the world’s indeed a stage and Rush plans to play it all summer long.
“We are proud, honored and humbled to be in the company of all Canadians who find it within their hearts to help those in need.”
New album, new tour, or time to hang it up? Alex Lifeson and Geddy Lee of Rush discuss, among other topics, what the future holds for one of rock’s most beloved trios.
Alex Lifeson talks about the song, although he doesn’t remember much about it. Don’t judge. What do you remember about what you were doing in 1974?
Interview: Rush’s Geddy Lee talks ‘Clockwork Angels Tour’, Negro Leagues Baseball Museum and the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame
Fans can catch a preview of what’s to come on this starting at 12:00 Noon EST on Thursday (Nov. 14) where for 24 hours we’ll have six performances from the DVD available exclusively to stream on Radio.com. And then, starting at 12:00 Noon EST on Friday (Nov. 15), we’ll have two songs (“Red Sector A” and “Middletown Dreams”) to watch on demand.
For 24 hours starting at noon EST on Thursday (Nov. 14), we’ll have six performances from the DVD available exclusively to stream on Radio.com.
Rush is going to launch their upcoming live album/concert film, titled ‘Clockwork Angels Tour,’ via Fathom, the company which puts on one-night-only events in movie theaters nationwide.
Rush love live albums, and apparently, so do their fans. They’ve just announced their Rush: Clockwork Angels Tour album and DVD, recorded last year in Dallas. It’s their tenth live release, so a cynic might think that there’s nothing new here, even for the most hardcore fans.