News: While this could be the last tour for Rush, It’s not the end of the band

rushLet’s get this straight, Rush is freaking awesome. However, Geddy Lee, Alex Lifeson, and Neil Peart are getting older and older. Rush formed in 1968 with their first, self-titled album dropping in 1974 — believe it. As we reported on a few days ago, Rush just finished their 40th anniversary tour, a tour that could that could be their final live show. But, as reported on by, they could still continue studio activity.

While on the Eddie Trunk‘s podcast, Lifeson was very candid on his health, the band’s history, and their after-tour activity saying “Whatever this tour is, it’s not the end of the band. It’s just… kind of, reviewing where we’re at in terms of major tours. And that’s kind of what it is. We’re not waving goodbye. We’re waving ‘see you later.’” Rush has always been considered prolific, releasing 20 studio albums over their 40 year span. Below you can find the podcast and a link to the blabbermouth story.

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Photo: Rush in 2004 (credit: By Enrico Frangi (Uploaded by User:Jonasz) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons)

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