Alex Lifeson: the rush interview

If your an Alex Lifeson or Rush fan then this is this the place to visit:

Geddy Lee and Alex Lifeson 1968 in the Toronto suburb of Willowdale a young band called 'Rush' was formed. Guitarist Alex Lifeson, singer/bassist Geddy Lee and then, a couple of years later a new drummer - Neil Peart joined in. Together, they made Canadian music history. Rush's debut album was the biggest selling debut by a Canadian band. But that's not all. When it comes to bands having released the most gold or platinum albums in a row, Rush is a solid fourth, following Aerosmith, The Rolling Stones and The Beatles. Overall, 'Rush' has released 18 albums, sold more than 40 million of 'em and played sold out shows around the world. 'Rush' are certified Canadian Rock Royalty. They've been inducted into the Juno Hall of Fame, they've got a star on Canada's Walk of Fame and they've been made Officers of the Order of Canada. These days, ther guys have just released a new DVD. It's called "Snakes & Arrows Live"