Submitted by Name: harland kent From: upstate new york E-mail: Contact
Comments: great job rush is the best band ever
Added: June 15, 2011
Submitted by Name: Juliette From: Scotland E-mail: Contact
Comments: As if by magic, they have of course come back to Europe. What a great show, every bit as good as ever before. Thanks Rush!
Added: May 21, 2011
Submitted by Name: Donnie Root From: Cleveland, Ohio E-mail: Contact
Comments: Hi I saw Rush at the Q in Cleveland on 4/15/11 and it was my favorite show of all time, I still can't quit thinking about it. This was my 4th time to see them, I saw the in a small club twice in 1977 and again in 1979. We got to get them in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame they belong there.
Added: May 16, 2011
Submitted by Name: KQuita From: Qo'noS E-mail: Contact
Submitted by Name: Andrea From: Northern Ca. E-mail: Contact
Comments: I have a set of of Next Generation fifth Season Commemorative Star Trek Trading Cards 1991-1992 can you tell me what they are worth?
Added: April 22, 2011
Submitted by Name: DSFallon From: Ottawa Canada E-mail: Contact
Comments: I will see RUSH tomorrow night (April 20,2011) in Montreal!!
Added: April 19, 2011
Submitted by Name: Barry From: Arizona E-mail: Contact
Comments: (AWESOME) That's All That Needs To Be Said. The Muzak Of Rush Will Live Forever. Been A Fan Since Day 1!
Added: April 7, 2011
Submitted by Name: Drew From: Athens, AL E-mail: Contact
Comments: I just got home about an hour and a half ago from seeing Rush in Nashville on the Time Machine Tour. I haven't seen them since the Test For Echo tour in '97. This was my 3rd time seeing them, the first time being on the Roll The Bones tour in Atlanta. I wish they had played all night long. Rush is by far my all-time favorite band and tonight definitely proved why. They played the standards like The Spirit of Radio, Freewill, La Villa Strangiato (awesome!) and Subdivisions. Even though I had already seen the setlist from the first leg, I had forgotten several songs. I was hoping they had changed a couple of songs, but it was the same. Time Stand Still and Presto brought back memories of a simpler time when I was in high school. Marathon was spectacular. I had never seen them play that. They also played the two new tracks BU2B and Caravan. There's all that plus Moving Pictures in its entirety. Of course they're gonna play Tom Sawyer, Limelight, YYZ, and probably Red Barchetta on any given tour since 1980, but you probably won't see them play The Camera Eye, Witch Hunt, and Vital Signs very often. Witch Hunt blew me away. They played the obligatory 2112 Overture and Temples of Syrinx and I don't think I've ever heard it sound so good. Alex's solo in the overture is perhaps his best solo ever and he nailed it in Nashville. Throw in Stick It Out & Leave That Thing Alone from Counterparts, and Workin' Them Angels, Faithless, & Far Cry off from Snakes & Arrows and that's pretty much the whole show. I feel like I'm leaving something out. What could it be? Oh yeah, Neil's solo! Ya know, he's a pretty good drummer. With a little practice he's gonna be just fine. haha... After the drum solo, Alex came out with a 12-string acoustic and played some very cool mellow stuff that led into Closer to the Heart. That was a pleasant surprise. Last but not least was Working Man. They started it out in a reggae feel which shows Rush's musical diversity. After playing a couple of verses reggae style, they rocked it like it's supposed to be rocked. I came out of that arena on cloud nine. The only bad thing I could think of was how long it took me to see them again. I can't wait for the new record, Clockwork Angels. You can bet I'll be seeing them on that tour.
Added: April 4, 2011
Submitted by Name: WOUT LODDER From: ROTTERDAM - HOLLAND E-mail: Contact