Submitted by Name: steve rogers From: sanford , nc E-mail: Contact
Comments: still just trying to see what you have here on star trek
Added: September 13, 2014
Submitted by Name: Ben Russell-Gough From: London, UK E-mail: Contact
Comments: I just want to thank you guys for finding and archiving the NX-1701-A images. It would have been interesting if they'd gone with the Solaris-class at the end of ST-IV rather than just a clone of the old Constellation-II.
Interesting features include saucer separation and the inclusion of a Surak-class Runabout in the ship's manifest. Overall, it would have been a fascinating starship to see in action. Maybe Scotty would have deigned to make Transwarp work if he'd been given the chance in a ship named 'Enterprise'.
Added: September 1, 2014
Submitted by Name: Agustin Birzuela From: Texas E-mail: Contact
Comments: Happy 10 Years! John, your site is simply fantastic, can't wait for what is coming, especially with the new tour coming up. I continue to go on it almost everyday, and hope it will be the same for years to come!
Added: June 2, 2014
Submitted by Name: John Dreas From: North Dakota E-mail: Contact
Comments: Wow! This is one the best RUSH web sites I've seen! Rare images, Very Cool, keep up the good work. Big Rush Fan!
Added: May 13, 2014
Submitted by Name: Micheal Preston - Engel From: Northern Ontario, Canada E-mail: Contact
Comments: Before their first album came out, I was a fan. Rush gets better with age. I first saw them Jan.1975, at Humber College, Rexdale, ON. Recently, I took my son, 25, to his first indoor concert, Rush-Clockwork Angels Tour in Hamilton, July 6, 2013. A fantastic experience it was. Thirty-eight years after I stood 20 feet from the stage at my first Rush concert, my son joined me 11 rows back at his 1st Rush concert. An 1,100 kms round trip and worth every millimetre we travelled. There are few words to describe the skill and mastery this trio has developed in their 40+ years of musical and fan dedication. THREE HOURS and TEN MINUTES of the best music and special f/x one can experience. They took one 8 minute break. Geddy had severe strep throat to boot. A very special concert because I have cancer and it's unlikely I will see another. 40+ years of stellar music & psychologically haunting lyrics, and excellent special f/x. I thank them all, John Ruttsey and Jeff Jones as well.
Added: April 13, 2014
Submitted by Name: Dave Matyas From: Detroit/Atlanta E-mail: Contact
Comments: Long time RUSH fanatic since Moving Pictures and no-stop ever since. You site is quite extensive and a breath of fresh air into the lost world of rock and roll history.
Thank you for bringing that back to me!
Rock on and I'll definatley be back!
"Crack the code"
Added: April 3, 2014
Submitted by Name: Robert From: Houston, Tx E-mail: Contact
Comments: Glad I came across your site. Thanks for the great job you have done. I am always looking for ANYTHING Rush. I first saw them on Vapor Trails tour and have since been to 15 shows in many different cities, all of them simply amazing. I want to see them at Red Rocks in Colorado before they retire. I consider Rush to be the best rock band of all time. Rush is classical music set to rock & roll; Mozart would be dancing in the aisle...
Added: April 2, 2014
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Added: March 31, 2014
Submitted by Name: Dennis Zimbelman From: Denver Colorado u.s. E-mail: Contact
Comments: Dennis Zimbelman Denver Colorado u.s. Zimbelman Entertainment @festivsl Promotions
to creator of cygnus x 1 you the best in Rush biography best and moast accurate tour info on Rush thank's for your tribute your the best in Rush tribute history thank you Cygnus x-1 your welcome to ya festivals any time any where cYGNUS X 1 the best in business Dennis Zimbelman long time Rush fan since the hemisphere tou saw Rush 2nd row ny first concert was a expierence of a lifetime3 thank you Rush
Added: March 24, 2014
Submitted by Name: Jon From: Longmont Colorado E-mail: Contact
Comments: Hey, I downloaded the side view of the Enterprise - surprised to find it at 300 dpi! Very cool. Thought I'd convert it to 72 dpi - web standard - for a project. Guess what I found... when you convert it, the pic is 1701 pixels wide! That's the most awesome little Easter Egg I've seen in a long time!! Keep up the good work...