Judging solely in superficial terms, 1989's 'Presto' is a minor offering in Rush's massive discography.
Now that they've finished taking their year-long vacation, what's next for the guys in Rush?
Though it moved far afield, a new Twitter Q&A with Rush's Geddy Lee did touch on a few musical topics -- in between those about, say, bandmate Neil Peart's scent after a concert.
Alex Lifeson may have spoken too soon.
Rush's drummer says that band's vaults are empty.
As anticipation builds toward the Nov. 11 release of Rush's 'R40' Blu-ray/DVD box set, a previously unreleased video of the group performing their song 'The Loser' has been released.
Rush have made an awful lot of music over the years, so it's no surprise that guitarist Alex Lifeson doesn't have the sharpest recollection of the early unreleased performances the band unearthed for its new 'R40' box.
Rush have uncovered one of their early, and seemingly forgotten, songs for their upcoming career-spanning video box set 'R40.'
To celebrate 40 years of making music with drummer Neil Peart, Rush plan to hit the road next year for a new tour.
Former Styx frontman Dennis DeYoung recently told us that classic rock died in 1979, and even if you dispute his timeline, there's no getting around the decade's hold on fans of the genre.