‘2112’ can be considered many things – a band manifesto, a conceptual landmark, maybe even the birth of prog metal – but above all, it was the band’s play for creative independence.
From arena rock heroes to overlooked masters, here are the best prog drummers who embody the virtuosity and imagination of prog rock.
‘Prog For Peart’ presents two concerts each featuring eight prog bands at The Northcourt, Abingdon, Oxfordshire, on July 2 and July 3.
The profile of the Canadian rock giants was about to rise around the world, as their seventh album hit record stores on January 14, 1980.
Titled 'The Show Must Go On: Stories of Resilience', the event kicks off at 6.30pm local time on February 18.
The Slingerland kit, which the legendary Rush drummer used between 1974 and 1977, is expected to fetch around $100,000.
The new award offers four aspiring drummers the opportunity for online lessons from well-known artists and educators on an annual basis.
The 20th edition of the festival will feature a virtual, all-star line-up of talent.
The Canadian progressive rock band comprised of Geddy Lee, Alex Lifeson, and Neil Peart are regarded as an influential prog rock band.
The Canadian rockers’ landmark album, and its iconic cover, turn 40 this year.
The short film, also co-written by the late Rush drummer, examines the way in which music marks moments in our lives.
Reflecting the song, the clip offers nostalgic acknowledgement of the magic and spirit of the FM radio format.
St Catharines' council leaders confirm that a structure at Port Dalhousie’s Lakeside Park will be named after the Rush legend.
The song was recorded at the Manchester Apollo in the early summer of 1980 during the Canadian trio’s highly acclaimed UK tour.
The legendary guitarist and vocalist says "KISS love playing together, and we’re proud of the band and the legacy."