RUSH celebrates the 40th Anniversary of ‘A Farewell To Kings’ with lavish expanded reissues on December 1, 2017.
Here are selected music release reviews from Goldmine’s January 2017 issue.
Goldmine Magazine’s Hall of Fame welcomes new additions from Boston to Canada, from the present to yesteryear and from Country to Soul
A recap of choice panels and performances, plus exclusive photos and interviews from the annual festival/conference in Austin, Texas
In his keynote address, Foo Fighters frontman credits Edgar Winter’s “Frankenstein” for changing his life.
Rush returns with a splash with what is the band’s proggiest record since “Moving Pictures,” possibly its heaviest, and its first start-to-finish concept album.
Congratulations to performance inductees Heart, Albert King, Randy Newman, Public Enemy, Donna Summer and Rush, and Ahmet Ertegun honorees Quincy Jones and Lou Adler.
Albert King, Donna Summer, Heart, Public Enemy, Randy Newman and Rush are the performers that will be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2013.
When Goldmine reader Ron Deutsch of Reidsville, N.C., revealed that his music collection focuses on “old white guys playing self-indulgent solos” it was not really a surprise that he cited Rush among his favorite groups.
Together since 1974, Geddy Lee, Alex Lifeson and Neil Peart have built a band that’s lasted longer than a lot of marriages. And if Rush’s new studio album, ‘Clockwork Angels,’ and touring schedule are any indicators, the band has no plans to throw in the towel any time soon.