Promising News for RUSH Fans: Geddy Lee Teases Reunion Plans and Studio Time with Alex Lifeson
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In a recent interview with Long Island Weekly, Geddy Lee, the renowned bassist/vocalist of the iconic rock band RUSH, hinted at the possibility of the band creating new music in the near future.
While promoting his upcoming memoir, “My Effin’ Life,” Lee revealed his renewed interest in the studio after stumbling upon a couple of songs that didn’t make the cut for his solo album, “My Favourite Headache” (2000).
Excited about the prospect of breathing new life into these tracks
“I recently discovered a couple of songs that had been left off my solo album [2000’s ‘My Favourite Headache’). Listening to them was really quite fun, and I decided that I wanted to see about fixing those up and just breathing some fresh air into them.”
The bassist went on to mention that both he and his long-time musical companion, Alex Lifeson, RUSH’s guitarist, share an eagerness to return to the studio and explore new musical possibilities.
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However, Lee also acknowledged his current commitments, including a book tour and a television show, which are currently keeping him occupied.
Once these commitments are fulfilled, he expressed a desire to dive back into playing music. Lee emphasized that, in this phase of his career, he prefers not to plan too far ahead and intends to prioritize things differently.
Having released only one solo album, “My Favourite Headache,” during a period of uncertainty for RUSH, Lee’s comments suggest a potential reunion and a return to the studio with Lifeson for exciting new musical endeavors. RUSH fans can now look forward to the possibility of their favorite rock legends creating more legendary music together.