Canadian rockers Rush have a lot to celebrate this year: 45 years of playing music together, a current tour that's selling out arenas all over North America and of course, their recent induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. But it hasn't always been easy, as guitarist Alex Lifeson admits in a new interview.
Rush may not be burning up a singles chart or have the hot radio jam of the summer, but that's quite alright with guitarist Alex Lifeson. That's because he says that their latest disc, 'Clockwork Angels,' is meant to be experienced as a full album.
When it comes to Rush's recent wave of TV and movie exposure — most notably the 2009 big-screen comedy 'I Love You, Man' — Alex Lifeson admits he and band mates Geddy Lee and Neil Peart "still scratch their heads over this whole thing."
Rush guitarist Alex Lifeson turns 58 years old today (Aug. 27), and as we anxiously await the release of the band's history-spanning 'Time Machine' live DVD and their upcoming studio album 'Clockwork Angels,' we thought it would
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