RUSH IN CONCERT
Alex Lifeson with Rush performs in concert, at the Sound Advice Amphitheatre , in West Palm Beach, Florida, on July 29, 2004. (UPI Photo/Michael Bush)
Canadian rock band Rush has announced plans for a 2012 North American concert tour to support its upcoming 20th studio album, "Clockwork Angels."
The son of Rush guitarist Alex Lifeson has agreed to settle his lawsuit against the Ritz-Carlton hotel in Naples, Fla., attorneys say.
The Canadian trio Rush has nothing but good things to say about the making of its 18th studio album, "Snakes and Arrows."
A Florida judge says two members of the rock band Rush do not deserve damages for injuries their guitarist suffered in a Naples, Fla., brawl.
Rush singer Geddy Lee and drummer Neil Peart want to join a federal lawsuit against Florida deputies stemming from a scuffle with their lead guitarist.
A new trial date has been set in a battery case involving the lead guitarist for the rock group, Rush, the Naples Daily News reported Wednesday.
Alex Lifeson, guitarist for the veteran rock band Rush, was arrested following a New Year's Eve fight at a Naples, Fla., club, Billboard reported Friday.
Veteran rock band Rush will celebrate its 30th anniversary with a 2004 tour of North America and Europe, according to the band's Web site.
Today's musical birthdays include Tommy Sands, who was born in 1937 (age 65); Daryl Dragon, the "Captain" of Captain and Tennille, in 1942 (age 60); bassist Tim Bogert, of Vanilla Fudge and also of Cactus, in 1944 (age 58); Jeff Cook of the country band A
The weekly package of Today in Music, for Aug. 24-30.
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