Geddy Lee’s Recent Interview Talks About The Current And Future State Of Rush
NEW YORK, NY - DECEMBER 18: (EXCLUSIVE COVERAGE) Singer from the band Rush, Geddy Lee visits the SiriusXM Studios on December 18, 2018 in New York City. (Photo by Astrid Stawiarz/Getty Images)
It’s been almost four years since Rush’s farewell tour and we’d be lying if we say we don’t miss seeing them on stage together. Neil Peart has officially retired from the group and according to Geddy Lee, “he’s living his life.” And so during the Rush Fan Day last January 19, only Lee and Alex Lifeson were present at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame museum.
In an interview with CoolCleveland, Lee revealed that he has “fond memories of Cleveland” because it’s where their career had a jumpstart. He further added that:
“There’s a special connection between Rush and Cleveland… When you hear yourself on the radio and you’re 19 years old and you’re in a new country, its a marvelous feeling.”
He also revealed any future plans with the band especially since Peart already said before that he will no longer play with Rush.
“There’s no plans to reform (the band) at this point. The future is a wide open question mark. So, who knows? I’m really enjoying not knowing where I’m headed.” – Geddy Lee
You gotta love Geddy Lee. With his massive talent, he’s seriously one of the most down-to-earth guys in rock ‘n roll. He’s always approachable and super chill. Honestly, we can listen to him talk all day long.
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