It seems the magical, minimum number needed to qualify as a rock ‘n’ roll band is three. So, let’s pit some famous rock trios against each other.
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In retrospect, I’m kind of sorry I just couldn’t get into Rush’s ‘2112’ when it first came out.
Rush’s ‘Roll the Bones,’ released on Sept. 3, 1991, is better than most people think. I should know, as many times as I’ve bought it.
With ‘Snakes and Arrows,’ released this month in 2007, Rush used a unified, deeply uplifting message to tie an album of loose ends together.
Mike Tiano explores an enduring rift that should have been over long ago.
‘One of the best things’: The Yardbirds’ Jim McCarty praises Rush’s take on ‘Shapes of Things To Come’
Jim McCarty talks about his favorite covers of a signature Yardbirds song.
It’s difficult to dislike the approachable ‘Presto,’ but harder still to love it.
Geddy Lee admits he has no idea why Rush suddenly became cool: ‘It’s hard for me to have perspective’
What changed? Lee isn’t exactly sure. But he’s got a theory or two.
It may be hard to believe that Rush’s debut album is 40 years old this year, but it’s also sometimes kind of hard to believe it’s really Rush on this album.
When Rush opened for Kiss in 1974-75, one of them was the biggest band in the world and the other had Geddy Lee on vocals.