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Poll: Should Geddy Lee & Alex Lifeson Go Out & Perform Rush Songs Live ? VOTE HERE

After 4 years of mourning the death of Rush Drummer Neil Peart the question most Rush fans are disputing, should Geddy Lee and Alex Lifeson go out and perform Rush songs.

What do you think?

Question-Should Geddy Lee & Alex Lifeson Go Out & Perform Rush Songs Live ?

  • Yes but not as Rush

  • No, this is Blasphemy

  • Yes as Rush with a new drummer

  • Only once or twice as a tribute concert

Neil Peart September 12, 1952 – January 7, 2020) was a Canadian musician, best known as the drummer and primary lyricist of the rock band Rush. Peart earned numerous awards for his musical performances, including an induction into the Modern Drummer Readers Poll Hall of Fame in 1983 at the age of thirty, making him the youngest person ever so honoured. He was known to fans by the nickname 'The Professor', derived from the Gilligan's Island character of the same name. His drumming was renowned for its technical proficiency and his live performances for their exacting nature and stamina. Wikipedia


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Jan 08

They should tour as Rush. They have enough video footage of Neil that they could show him playing on screen and play along with it. I think that would be the best way to honor him.


Jan 08

Only if they can find a drummer who can do justice to Mr. Peart's legacy. No disrespect to any drummers, but l seriously doubt that's gonna happen.


Lawrence Bustamante
Lawrence Bustamante
Jan 08

I saw the RUSH 40 tour in Portland, OR and RUSH shouldn't have done that tour. Geddy's atrocious whaling & screaming into the microphone was unbearable at times. The music was GREAT though.


Jan 07

How did you set up a poll here? LOL This is Brett

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