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And the men who hold high places Must be the ones to start To mold a new reality Closer to the heart The AV Club reveals the next live clip from R40 Live with “Closer to the Heart” before release on November 20. “The concert film also includes what Lee refers to as a “pretty little number” off of the band’s A Farewell To Kings album, “Closer To The Heart.” This popular tune spurred fans to raise lighters and phones as Lifeson unplugs, plucking the opening strings on his acoustic guitar, with Lee singing the familiar lyrics before Peart makes it whole by adding his precise percussion.”
The Hollywood Reporter’s Jeff Cornell posted a review of the final show on Rush’s R40 Live tour in Los Angeles.
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.
The Oregonian/Oregon Live’s David Greenwald posted a review of Rush’s R40 Live performance at Portland’s Moda Center on July 21st.
The Province’s Tom Harrison wrote a piece about the R40 Tour and what separates the band from the pack as a preview of the show in Vancouver tonight.
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.
Well, destroy may be a bit strong (it’s still there, right?), but we think we know what Gerry Krochak is talking about in his review of Rush’s R40 Live performance in Calgary.
If you’re a fan of Rush, you likely know who Eddie Trunk is. Eddie made it out to the R40 Live show in Denver and posted his thoughts about the show on his site.
Candace Horgan, writer for The Denver Post’s Hey Reverb edition, authored a review of the band’s R40 Live show at the Pepsi Center on July 11th