Rush Member Sad ‘Dementia’ Claim Revealed


Rush frontman Geddy Lee was the roundabout subject of a ‘joke’ by self-proclaimed political satirist and filmmaker Jeremy Newberger. After a tweet by the 45th president of the United States of America, which mentioned how the Democrats wanted to ‘Rush’ everything through the senate – Newberger stated mused the following: “Imagine the disappointment Geddy Lee will feel when he gets his RUSH Google alert this AM and sees its just Trump’s morning dementia rant.” Rush fan reveals what Geddy Lee did to his mom.

In other news revolving Geddy Lee and Rush, fans recently took to social media to discuss the legacy and impact of one of the group’s most acclaimed live albums – Time Machine. One fan put: “Rush’s 2011 Cleveland show was a homecoming of sorts. 37 years after being found by Donna Halper, Rush returned to Cleveland to film their first complete live show solely in the US. Emotions ran high and the performance is nearly perfect.” Rush singer Geddy Lee ‘ready’ for return with new drummer.

The fan continued: “Highlights are Presto, Leave That Thing Alone, Faithless, a complete play of Moving Pictures (including the Camera Eye for the first time since the early 80’s), Caravan, Closer To The Heart, 2112 and the encores La Villa Strangiato/Working Man. Neil plays one of his finest overall performances and Alex and Geddy shred through the instrumentals in a masterful manner. The only minor critique is Geddy was a bit under the weather during the recording but the show went on nonetheless. At times his vocals sound a bit strained, surely due to the 3rd show in 4 nights + the overall stress of the tour + his illness. But that does not take away from a great recording of a classic Rush concert at all. I give it a 9.5 which would have been a 10 but for the voice strain.” Geddy Lee was savagely disrespected by Rush fan at a restaurant recently.