RUSH Singer Says New DVD Captures A Really Good Show

Launch Radio Networks reports: RUSH singer-bassist Geddy Lee is proud of his band's new DVD called "R30: 30th Anniversary World Tour". It gives people a good idea of what the shows looked and sounded like on the band's 30th anniversary trek last year. Lee told Launch that his recollection of the night is rooted in the fact that he and his bandmates really played well together. "I just remember the night getting off to a good start, and pretty glitch-free, for the most part," he said. "I remember a couple of songs we had our problems, but...I don't think it was a perfect night of performance, but it was a pretty damn good one."

The two-disc "R30" was shot in Frankfurt, Germany, in September 2004. The concert footage is on the first disc, while the second has interviews and videos dating from their earliest days up until the present.


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