Billboard has posted a comprehensive interview with Rush’s longtime Art Director Hugh Syme detailing some of the stories behind the band’s iconic album covers.
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.
Celebrating 40 years of Rush, Gibson Custom and Alex Lifeson have collaborated on the Alex Lifeson R40 Les Paul Axcess. A run of 50 guitars are hand-signed and played by Alex himself, and an additional 250 guitars are available in unsigned versions—all in a lush Ruby Red R40 finish.
Base to bass: Hall of Famers are friends, and Big Unit rocks as a photographer
Rush are the cover stars of the brand new issue (July 15) of Classic Rock, on sale now. Get the issue and read the in-depth 10-page interview with Geddy & Alex.
Back in June of 2011, The Late Show With David Letterman invited Neil Peart on his stage for an epic 6 minute drum solo as part of the show’s “drum solo week.” Congratulations Dave on 33 inspired and influential years!