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Rush Receive Honorary Doctorates from Canadian University

The three members of the band were honored by Ontario's Nipissing University.

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40 Years Ago: Rush Release ‘Rush’

On March 1, 1974, a trio of young Canadians kicked off what would ultimately become one of rock's more distinguished recording careers with the release of their self-titled debut album. But before they could do their country proud, they'd have to go through Cleveland first.

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Rush Wins Three Ultimate Classic Rock Awards

Despite not putting out a new studio album in 2013, Rush still managed to fare extremely well in the 2014 Ultimate Classic Rock Awards. The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees won three categories: Song of the Year, Best Tour and Best Live Album of 2013.

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Rush’s ‘Working Man’ Featured In New Commercial

The newest commercial for Walmart focuses on a company effort to create manufacturing jobs in America. So, what better song to use as a soundtrack than one of Rush's earliest signature songs?

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20 Years Ago: Rush Release ‘Counterparts’

The grunge revolution was in full swing by late 1993, and plenty of established rock acts found it difficult to draw the type of sales or airplay they'd enjoyed during the '80s. The guys in Rush, 25-year vets getting ready to release their 15th studio album at that point, knew they'd be returning to a musical landscape that had changed a great deal since they'd scored a massive hit with 1991's 'Roll the Bones' LP.

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Rush Unveil Trailer for Live DVD and CD

Rush have released a trailer for their upcoming live DVD and CD set, 'Clockwork Angels Tour.' The document collects a late-2012 concert from a stop on the band's nearly yearlong tour in support of last year's 'Clockwork Angels' album.

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Weekend Box Office Report: ‘Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs 2′ Forecasts Big Opening Weekend

There's nothing like a family-friendly animated movie to help shake off the September doldrums and 'Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs 2' performed as expected. Although Sony's big release effortlessly took the number one spot, this weekend had a few other bright spots, namely a handful of independent films doing quite well in more limited release.

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Geddy Lee ‘Wanted to Kill’ Alex Lifeson During Rush’s HOF Induction

Rush guitarist Alex Lifeson gave a marvelously memorable speech during the band's Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction earlier this year, but bassist Geddy Lee now admits that he and drummer Neil Peart suffered a few misgivings while they were at the podium.

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Rush to Release ‘Clockwork Angels’ Tour CD/DVD

Rock and Roll Hall of Famers Rush are planning to release a document of their most recent incredibly successful stint on the road. 'Rush: Clockwork Angels Tour' will be available on Nov. 19 as a two-CD set and a DVD/Blu-ray.

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Actor Paul Rudd Joins Rush Onstage at Tour Finale

In the 2009 hit movie 'I Love You, Man,' Paul Rudd and Jason Segel play buddies who bond over a shared love of the holy triumvirate known as Rush (the guys jam to the band's songs, and Rush themselves appeared in the movie during a concert scene). Later on, Rudd and Segel reprised their roles alongside the band members in a Funny or Die video that closed the shows on Rush's 2010-11 Time Machine Tour.

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10 Years Ago: The Rolling Stones, AC/DC + Rush Rock Toronto

Severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) killed more than three dozen Canadians in 2003 and prompted the country's biggest-ever rock concert. The Rolling Stones led the way in organizing what was unofficially known as SARSstock and SARSapalooza. AC/DC, the Guess Who and Rush were among the rock bands signed on for the event, which happened 10 years ago today.

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To Help Flood Victims In Calgary, Rush To Play Benefit Concert

Rush will play a special benefit show at a venue near Calgary, Canada, after the band had to cancel its scheduled July 24 concert in the city because of damage that Calgary and the Scotiabank Saddledome sustained in a recent flood.

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