Alex Lifeson Teases New Music With Geddy Lee
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Alex Lifeson spoke about the idea of reuniting with former Rush member Geddy Lee for a musical project.
On a press release, Lifeson shared:
“We’re not putting any pressure on it or anything. We had a lot of good years together and we still love each other very much. I talk to Geddy every other day – we’re best friends. There’s more to our life together than just writing music. So if it happens, it happens. And it’ll happen when it happens.”
Rush called it quits and went their separate ways after the death of the band’s legendary drummer Neil Peart in 2020.
Meanwhile, Rush had released the official audio of “Vital Signs” from Live in YYZ 1981 for the upcoming 40th anniversary reissue of the band’s classic Moving Pictures to be released on April 15.
Moving Pictures is Rush’s eighth studio album that was originally released on February 12, 1981. The upcoming super deluxe edition of the album highlights Live in YYZ 1981 recordings that was captured on March 25, 1981, at Toronto’s Maple Leaf Gardens.
The reissue will be available in six different physical and digital configurations with a 44-page hardcover book and unreleased photos as well as a new artwork by designer Hugh Syme, a Red Barchetta modeling car and liner notes from artists including Soundgarden’s Kim Thayil and Primus’ Les Claypool.
Rush has received seven Grammy nominations. They were inducted into the Canadian Music Hall Of Fame in 1994 and the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame in 2013.