Posts Tagged ‘ Rush ’

Rush at the Pepsi Center, 8-2-13 (photos, review, video)

Rush @ Pepsi Center by John Leyba/The Denver Post

Geddy Lee, Alex Lifeson and Neil Peart lead Rush through a sprawling set at the Pepsi Center in Denver on August 2, 2013.



Best Colorado shows this week: Phoenix, Grizzly Bear and more

Coachella 2013

Topping our picks of best Colorado shows this week are Phoenix, Grizzly Bear and more.



Why Rush is my favorite band: Tom Coohill on idolizing Peart, Lee and Lifeson

Rush @ Red Rocks Amphitheatre

From the start, Rush has been an anti-establishment rock band. They make music that inspires them, which is not always music that sells or makes record companies happy.



The 2013 Rush tour extended, includes a Denver show

Rush @ Red Rocks Amphitheatre

Start tuning your air basses, the 2013 Rush tour has been extended to included a show at the Pepsi Center in August.



These Go To Eleven: The 11 best Rush songs for 2.1.12

Rush @ Red Rocks Amphitheatre

The 11 best Rush songs in honor of “2112” day



These go to 11: Phish, and 11 other bands that inspire super fandom

Phish @ the 1stBank Center

Phish, Rush, Insane Clown Posse, Elvis and a list of more artists with legions of crazed fans



These go to 11: Yes, indeed — these are eleven prog rock masterpieces

Rush @ Red Rocks Amphitheatre

As we prepare for tonight’s Yes concert at Red Rocks, we look back at the 11 most legendary prog rock records (Rush, King Crimson and Floyd included) since the genre’s birth in the 1960s.



Live review: Rush @ Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Day 2

Rush: as down to earth as an otherworldly prog-rock trio can get. Reverb file photo by John Leyba, denverpost.com/reverb.

Live review: Rush @ Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Day 2



Live review: Rush @ Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Day 1

Note to mortals: Do not taunt Neil Peart's drum kit. Photo by John Leyba, denverpost.com/reverb.

Live review: Rush @ Red Rocks Amphitheatre



Rush @ Red Rocks Amphitheatre

[photopress:rush8_1.jpg,full,pp_image] Reinforcing their reputation for instrumental virtuosity, Rush played both classics and new tunes at Red Rocks on Wednesday. Photos by John Leyba. Looking around at the crowd at Red Rocks Wednesday night, it was surprising to see so many young faces eager to hear Rush play. The audience ran the gamut from pre-teens to people in their retirement years. That begs the question, “Is Rush ageless?” For 34 years now, the Canadian power trio has been doing their own thing, ignoring critics, spurning radio [...]