The guitarist reflects on the legacy of the legendary prog-rock band.
Yet another confirmation that Rush are no longer a band.
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.
While it may be over for Rush, guitarist Alex Lifeson is keeping busy with a new project.
With drummer Neil Peart retired from the band, Geddy Lee opens the door to a possible Rush tour with a different lineup.
The various reissues of Rush’s sixth album arrive on November 16th.
“I tried decaf for, like, a week, and I came to the conclusion that decaf blows.”
With Neil Peart enjoying retirement, Alex Lifeson admits that the band has “no plans to tour or record any more.”
Scientists name three new species of microbe after the members of Rush, citing “long hair” and “rhythmic wiggling”
Welcome to science, P. leei, P. lifesoni, and P. pearti!
According to radio DJ Eddie Trunk, the prog duo are considering touring with new music and Rush classics.
Yes perform with founding frontman Jon Anderson and RUSH’s Geddy Lee at Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction — watch
Anderson joins his former bandmates for the first time in well over a decade.