Submitted by Name: Daniel King From: pueblo , Colorado E-mail: Contact
Comments: The very first concert I went to was in 1981( i was 16 )in Largo , Maryland then called the Capital center to see Rush during the Moving Pictures tour. Ever since then I have absolutely loved the band. I've always wanted to see them again . But something always seems to get in the way. I even have my local library order all the concert DVDs so I can experience them anyway I can. I'm turning 49 this year and I pray that they will come to Colorado again.
Added: February 4, 2014
Submitted by Name: j.t. uhura From: u.s.a. E-mail: Contact
Submitted by Name: Marci McWilliams From: USA E-mail: Contact
Comments: I have been a fan since HS moving pictures. I think you are a sort of witness to what is happening to the world. Thank you and GOD BLESS YOU and Your Work Through HIM
Added: January 2, 2014
Submitted by Name: Phil From: St. Louis MO E-mail: Contact
Comments: Wow, what a band. I have so many Sweet Memories-Flashing Very Quickly By, of RUSH. I tip my hat to the people responsible for this website. I also have the honor of having a friend that plays the Rickenbacker Bass and we jams on Rush, Faithfully. There is a drive on, to get a Google Doodle. There's no guarantee there will be one and no one can really answer this other than Google, but we Rush fans can do our part to contribute to the possibility of this by writing and encouraging the Google Doodle Team to commemorate a Google Doodle to Rush on March 1, 2014.
Please spread the word fellow Rush fan and join us in emailing ideas for a 40th Anniversary Rush doodle to the Google Doodle Team.
Added: December 16, 2013
Submitted by Name: Amos L. Thomas,111 From: New York,N.Y. E-mail: Contact
Comments: RUSH rules VOLCANUUM!
Added: December 4, 2013
Submitted by Name: Mick From: Australia E-mail: Contact
Comments: Hey- just an old one for your gig list- on 27 May 1978 in Waterloo. Support band was Sweet.
Added: November 11, 2013
Submitted by Name: Michael A Proulx From: Warren, R.I. / now from Houlton,Maine 04730 E-mail: Contact
Comments: I have been and always be a Treker ever sense the first B/W tv epoirsoed of Star Trek on channel 6 WLNE Newbedford/Providece,R.I.. I want to know if Newport News Ship Yard did in fact build a Star ship ? I did see a picture of a Star Ship at the ship yard that was built there. Is this true or not ? And in today money how much would it cost to build one ? And could it fly ? 11/10/2013 @ 1032 hrs.
I would like to know if there is any blue prints of the actural construction planes so one may be built ?
Added: November 10, 2013
Submitted by Name: Rob Hunter From: Edinburgh , Scotland E-mail: Contact
Comments: Just want to say how fantastic it is to see the Spirit of Rush fanzines again I used to subscribe to them and I was very lucky to know Mick Burnett all those years ago and if Janet Balmer is still about it would be lovely to get back in touch. I did vocals as a favour to Mick for the Rush UK convention at Leicester with a fab rush tribute band called Tom Sawyer 1999 I think - total one off and I wrote a big piece in one of the Spirit fanzines - the guitarist was Simon Fraser Clarke who I think still works for Laney Amps so Simon get in touch please
Added: November 2, 2013
Submitted by Name: Bob Nechvatal From: Cleveland, Ohio E-mail: Contact
Comments: I've been following Rush for 30+ years and I consider myself fortunate to have been introduced to the band who inspired me to learn how to play guitar, bass, and drums. I even did a video where I played all 3 to Subdivisions. My Utube name is bobrush1 and I'd welcome feedback on that video. Anyway, just wanted to say hi to all the Rush fans out there and I am so looking forward to R40! I typically see the band about 4 times a tour and R40 I may stretch it to 5! Keep going you guys from Willowdale!!! Hopefully I can get back to the Orbit room someday. Bob N
Added: November 1, 2013
Submitted by Name: Mark Boszko From: Seattle, WA E-mail: Contact
Comments: I've been a long-time Star Trek fan, and I'm doing research for an upcoming podcast (The Optical), where I'll be talking about Star Trek: The Motion Picture. I've been reading Susan Sackett's "The Making of Star Trek The Motion Picture" book, and saw the mention of Lee Cole's design of all of the ship consoles, and her creation of a 44-page "Flight Manual" for the crew and actors to reference. A search for that manual led me here to your site. It's so great to be able to actually look at a copy of that original document! Thanks for the site, and for the amazing archives you have here. It looks to be hours of fascinating reading.