Perhaps the biggest band ever to come out of Canada, Rush was inducted into the
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame this year – a recognition many considered to be long overdue.
A trio of virtuosos, Geddy Lee, Alex Lifeson and Neil Peart are held in the highest possible
esteem by their peers for a trademark fusion of prog/hard rock brains and brawn. Over the
years, they’ve evolved from the sprawling, fantasy-inspired songs of the early albums to a
more concise writing style, while losing none of the complexity that first drew fans
to their work.