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Rush has been churning out hits since 1968, and over four decades later they’re still going strong. They’ve working on a new album and they’re going on tour. The Time Machine Tour will feature new material as well as the album Moving Pictures in its entirety. Buzz is already high and tickets are sure to go fast, so be sure to score your Rush tickets today!
Rush debuted in 1974 with a self titled album that soon became the biggest selling debut LP of any Canadian band. Lead guitarist and vocalist Geddy Lee (born with the name Gary Lee Weinrib) is joined by Neil Peart on drums and Alex Lifeson on guitar and backup vocals. All three members of the band call Canada home.
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As they quickly gained popularity in the US and Canada their achievements were recognized and they won the Juno award in 1975 for 'Most Promising Group of the Year'. Rush built a substantial fan group mostly through touring across North America, sometimes doing more than 200 shows a year.
But they were not only concentrating on the touring circuit. In both 1976 and 1977 Rush released chart topping albums. 2112, their first million selling album, also gained them a larger fan base in the US. Nations across the world began noticing this up and coming rock band when they released A Farewell to Kings in 1977, which also featured their first internationally charted single, "Closer to the Heart". Rush's international prominence continued to grow as the years passed, as is evident in the Sounds and Melody Maker Polls in Britain where, in 1980, Rush placed in the top ten of every applicable category.Read the full Rush Article