"Rush Concert in Tweets and Photos"
"Canadian trio plays like 'Clockwork' at Bankers Life Fieldhouse"
Long-running rock band Rush performed Thursday night at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. Vocalist-bass player Geddy Lee, drummer Neil Peart and guitarist Alex Lifeson are on tour to promote their "Clockwork Angels" album.
Here's what you had to say on Twitter:
@Da_Bummins was fired up to see vocalist-bass player Geddy Lee in action: "At the #Rush concert with my pops, just Slapping the bass mon!"
@court_french is a male fan who noted the gender breakdown at the show: "You know you're at a Rush show when YOU have to wait in line in the restroom...."
@darth__frodo is a female fan who noted the gender breakdown at the show: "Overheard at #Rush concert tonight: "Rush is a guy band. A girl at a Rush show is like a guy at a Barry Manilow concert."
@AliciaAmour heaped praise on celebrated drummer Neil Peart: "NEIL PEART YOU'RE BLOWING MY MIIIIIIND!!! And I've been here for 10 minutes."
@666kelsie joined the pro-Peart movement: "Neil Peart's drum set is one the sexiest things I have seriously ever seen."
@erikscheub brought in guitarist Alex Lifeson (but not by name) to the round of compliments: "The Holy Trinity did not disappoint. #Rush"
@DanonMax noticed an unusual stage prop: "We are at intermission...Geddy's popcorn machine looks really good."
@UncleTomsCabin_ may or may not have been impressed by the strings that accompanied Rush in the concert's second half: "A small orchestra is playing with rush right how haha"
@_DomTheBomb saluted the trio's longevity: "What an incredible concert! Rush just gets better the older they get! @Nvanalmelo @tammywaddleton"
@k_icemen_17 was pleased: "Rush concert was AWESOME. A concert put on for a true Rush fan."
The following pictures were contributed by Harry Satchel Burnett and Doug Foley
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