An impressive assortment of artists will come together Nov. 11 to celebrate the Who's 50th anniversary -- and raise some money for a great cause in the bargain.
Geddy Lee and Alex Lifeson have dipped into their personal collections in order to give Rush fans a chance to own pieces of the band's history while supporting a great cause.
Geddy Lee and his bobblehead take the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.
While some of us might still like to think of the guys in Rush as being musical wizards who exist out of time, they're actually regular guys who enjoy regular guy things -- like baseball fan Geddy Lee, who had the honor of throwing out the first pitch at the Toronto Blue Jays' home opener on Tuesday (April 2).
Leave it to legendary Canadian band Rush to change things up even after all these years. After having performed live as a trio for the past 40-plus years, the group has brought a string section to join them on stage for their 'Clockwork Angels' world tour, and they are enjoying having the extra manpower on stage.