Ahead of the CD/DVD/Blu-ray package, R40 Live, hitting stores, singer-bassist Geddy Lee and guitarist Alex Lifeson stopped by Rolling Stone headquarters to talk about the new release, and answer questions RS readers and Rush fans submitted on Twitter and Facebook for #AskRush. The guys were happy to field any inquiry, whether it was about their most embarrassing onstage moment, the pronunciation of Neil Peart’s last name, their favorite superhero, what stimulant may have been used during the Hemispheres sessions, and more… Watch Here: RollingStone #AskRUSH
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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.
Geddy Lee isn’t a big fan of social media. “I sometimes look on Twitter to follow baseball transactions,” he says. “But that’s it. I’m also not on Facebook or anything. I see it as an addiction and I have enough addictions.”
“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
Check out Rolling Stone article on the long-awaited revisiting of the 17th record.
Read Rolling Stone’s Q&A: Rush’s Geddy Lee On Finally Taking a Break From the Road.
Despite the obvious wishes of the impressively vocal and fervent Rush fans who packed the 28th Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony in Los Angeles’ Nokia Theatre last night, the show was not entirely about the long-delayed induction of Toronto trio — and for all of Public Enemy sidekick Flavor Flav’s constant, oft-amusing attempts at attention-hogging, it definitely wasn’t all about him either. Read the full article.
Read more from Geddy Lee on Rush’s Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction: ‘We’ll Show Up Smiling’.