The Rush frontman clears up any misconceptions about drummer Neil Peart’s retirement.
The Canadian trio’s sixth album has been reissued in a deluxe 40th anniversary edition.
With drummer Neil Peart retired from the band, Geddy Lee opens the door to a possible Rush tour with a different lineup.
According to radio DJ Eddie Trunk, the prog duo are considering touring with new music and Rush classics.
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Anderson joins his former bandmates for the first time in well over a decade.
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What’s more, RUSH bassist Geddy Lee will apparently perform with Yes.
Rush’s Geddy Lee is also rumored to be taking part in the performance.
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Rush guitarist says Neil Peart is no longer physically capable of life on the road.