The Foo Fighters rocked out to Rush's 'Tom Sawyer' during their performance at Rio de Janeiro's Maracana Stadium over the weekend.
Alex Lifeson says Rush are wrestling with the difficulties in crafting a set list for their upcoming R40 Live dates.
Rush's upcoming 'R40' shows celebrate 40 years of rock 'n' roll glory -- and they may also serve as the band's farewell to full-scale touring.
The four guys who made up the original 'Kiss Krew' share their stories about working for the band during its rise to fame in their new book, 'Out on the Streets.'
Rush have been going back and forth on the subject of a 2015 tour for more than a month now.
The '80s were a busy time for Rush, with seven studio albums and a pair of live LPs stuffed into a 10-year span.
To the bemused surprise of many longtime fans (and the band members themselves), Rush has become "cool" in the States in recent years, receiving everything from their own well-reviewed documentary to the cover of Rolling Stone and enshrinement in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
So are Rush going to tour in 2015 or what? Don't ask Neil Peart, because it sounds like he still hasn't made up his mind.
Rush dialed back the time changes and the fantasy lyrics for 1980's Top 5 album 'Permanent Waves.'
It looks like the Rush touring machine might be shifting back in gear for 2015.