Andrew MacNaughtan Photographic Arts has announced the release of two never before released prints of Rush hand-signed by the band. The images were taken by close friend Andrew MacNaughtan himself, who passed away in 2012.
Spin Magazine just published an interview with Alex Lifeson in which he reflects on Rush’s journey, the myth of celebrity, and staying happy.
Time is running out to place bids on two pieces of signed Rush memorabilia. 100% of the proceeds from these auctions benefit Neil Peart’s charity of choice, The Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation.
In these exclusive videos, Alex discusses the development behind the PRS SE Alex Lifeson and the Private Stock Alex Lifeson models, the R40 tour with Rush.
As long-time Rush friend and fan Randy Johnson nears induction into the National Baseball Hall of Fame, MLB Network will be airing a special tonight at 7PM EDT and again at midnight looking back at his career, in his own words and those of others, including Geddy Lee.
A followup piece to the cover story written by Rolling Stone Senior writer Brian Hiatt, here’s a fun list of “22 Things You Learn Hanging Out With Rush.”
Rush graces the cover of the July 5th issue of Rolling Stone — the first time in the band’s history. Now the entire cover story is available online—a comprehensive piece full of interesting nuggets.
Attention all planets of the Solar Federation: Rush have finally made the cover of Rolling Stone – and it’s happening well before the actual year 2112.
Rush fans will enjoy a once-in-a-lifetime chance to pose for a picture behind legendary drummer Neil Peart’s one-of-a-kind, Collector’s Series® Drum Workshop (DW) hockey-themed drumset on the band’s R40 Live Anniversary Tour.
Rush announced today that both hometown Toronto performances will be filmed. Fans who have their coveted tickets to the sold out shows in Toronto are encouraged to represent and wear Rush shirts, bring signs and come ready with their ‘outside’ voices.