Rush frontman Geddy Lee tells Gene Stout of the Seattle Post-Intelligencer that the group’s return to the road for the first time in almost five years earlier this summer was “special”, especially considering the tragedy drummer Neil Peart endured with the death of his wife and daughter. “Opening night was pretty special for us — and very symbolic in a lot of ways,” Lee said. “It had been a long time and everyone had been through a whole lot and we’d worked pretty hard to get to that point. And everyone had butterflies hitting the stage. But we walked out there and there were people who had come from all over the world to see us. It was pretty emotional.” Read more.
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