Rush Will Still Perform Live After Final Tour
(Prog) Rush frontman Geddy Lee has given thought to how the band could extend their live career beyond their final tour. He reveals his thinking in the cover story of Rolling Stone – marking the first time the Canadian giants have received the rite-of-passage honor.
They’re currently on the road on what’s been described as the “last major tour of this magnitude” as drummer Neil Peart wants to focus more on family life, and he’s suffering from tendonitis, while guitarist Alex Lifeson is dealing with arthritis in his hands.
Lee tells Rolling Stone: “It’s most likely our last tour – I couldn’t put it any more accurately. I can’t say for sure. But it doesn’t mean we don’t want to work together still, it doesn’t mean we won’t do another creative project. I’ve got ideas for shows we could do that don’t involve a tour.”