This weekend on your radio, Neil Peart sits down with Legends of Classic Rock host Jeff Woods for an hour featuring stories and music.
When Neil Peart sat down with CBC Music to talk about his newest book, Far and Near: On Days Like These, which includes his reflections about life on the road, they couldn’t help but ask him to take them through his drum kit.
“I was thrilled to support the Teenage Cancer Trust while celebrating the music of The Who – a band that changed my life.” – Geddy Lee Read Rolling Stone’s review of the show
The ultimate collector’s box set – bringing together live performances by Rush from each decade of their career
Watch the full interview with Neil Peart and George Stromboulopoulos on the Strombo Show.
Alex will be attending the TJ Martell World Tour of Wine Dinner & Auction Honoring RUSH & Doug Shafer, President of Shafer Wines Thursday, November 20, 2014 Capitale 130 Bowery, New York, NY 6:30PM – Opening Reception, 8:00PM – Dinner & Live Auction Attire: Festive Business Find out how you can get tickets to attend and support this great cause. About The TJ Martell World Tour Of Wine & Auction: Each year, our World Tour of Wine guests join us for full tastings from the cellars of some the most avid wine lovers and collectors in the United States who donate their wine for those at their table to drink. …
“75 minutes flew by talking to one of my favourite writers and a truly awesome person” – Geddy Lee (with Michael Chabon today taping PBS Speakeasy airing in huge new year)
Neil Peart chats with George on The Strombo Show – tune in this Sunday, Nov 9 on CBC Radio 2 in Canada from 8-11pm. Here’s a teaser until then, with Neil on “We’ve never given up on a song.”
THANK YOU to the NY area Rush fans who purchased tickets to Geddy’s guest appearance on Speakeasy with Michael Chabon. The event is sold out and we have 5 pairs to give away from rush.com. Enter below for your chance to win one of these 5 pairs of tickets – winners will be notified via email after 8pm EST tonight, 11/6/14. Good luck!
Another from the R40 vault: Featuring original drummer John Rutsey, Radio.com premieres the unreleased Rush original “The Loser,” recorded 1974 at St. Catharines, Ontario at Laura Secord Secondary School. Check out the video as well as an exclusive interview with Geddy Lee.