Geddy Lee of Rush is among the big-name Canadian icons who are set to guest on an upcoming episode of CBS’s How I Met Your Mother. Lee, along with fellow Canucks k.d. lang, Alan Thicke, […]
2012 saw the return of Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band, Aerosmith and (sort of) Led Zeppelin. 2013 promises lots of great albums, films and tours from some of music’s greatest legends. The Return […]
Our friends at Los Angeles alternative rock station KROQ are holding a poll to determine who rock’s greatest drummer is. Several legendary artists are included in the poll: among them, Ginger Baker of Cream, Frank Beard of ZZ Top, John Bonham of Led Zeppelin, Stewart Copeland of The Police and Neil Peart of Rush, among many others.
At first glance, this year’s Rock Hall inductions seem to be the perfect storm for Rush. Not only is the Canadian prog-rock trio finally nominated for the first time since its eligibility in 1999, but this year marks the first time fans will have a vote – albeit a tiny one – to decide who is inducted.
Hard rock fans may have cause to rejoice within a few weeks: after being ignored for years, Rush and Deep Purple are on this year’s Rock and Roll Hall of Fame ballot, as is Heart and Joan Jett & The Blackhearts. One question that has yet to be answered is, if inducted, which members of these groups will be included?
This week on the Billboard 200 album chart, a No. 1 alludes Rush once more, as the Canadian prog-rockers come in at No. 2 right behind pop/R&B star Usher. They lead the charge on classic […]
Canadian power trio RUSH are probably the Great White North’s biggest export behind Natural Gas, Beaver Pelts, and B.C. Bud. They’re coming to the Key Arena to show off their new album Clockwork Angels on Tuesday, November 13th. […]
Ethan Miller/Getty Images [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]Rush[/lastfm] made a cameo in 2010’s I Love You, Man when Paul Rudd and Jason Segel’s characters saw them in concert. Now, the actors have reprised their roles as they meet […]
Seriously, Geddy and Company are coming to the big screen – and then the little screen. Blabbermouth.net reports that “Rush: Beyond the Lighted Stage,” the nonfiction feature about the Canadian progressive rockers will air on […]