Rush, US Airways Center, 11/25/12

Rush, US Airways Center, 11/25/12

"We've got 6,000 songs to do, so let's get with it."

Rush bassist and vocalist Geddy Lee might have been joking, but something about his hyperbolic statement, made early in last night's nearly three-hour set by the legendary prog rock rang completely true. Most 44-year-old bands are content to plod out a greatest hits set, maybe sneaking in a new tune here and there. Not Lee, drummer Neil Peart, and guitarist Alex Lifeson. The band's set was filled with deep cuts, extended solos, and a good chunk of the band's new sci-fi/steam punk record, Clockwork Angels. Read the full review of Rush at US Airways Center.

See Also:
Guns N' Roses, Hard Rock Hotel and Casino, Las Vegas, 11/24/12

Photos by Jim Louvau


"We've got 6,000 songs to do, so let's get with it."

Rush bassist and vocalist Geddy Lee might have been joking, but something about his hyperbolic statement, made early in last night's nearly three-hour set by the legendary prog rock rang completely true. Most 44-year-old bands are content to plod out a greatest hits set, maybe sneaking in a new tune here and there. Not Lee, drummer Neil Peart, and guitarist Alex Lifeson. The band's set was filled with deep cuts, extended solos, and a good chunk of the band's new sci-fi/steam punk record, Clockwork Angels. Read the full review of Rush at US Airways Center.

See Also:
Guns N' Roses, Hard Rock Hotel and Casino, Las Vegas, 11/24/12

Photos by Jim Louvau
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