The holy trinity in concert.
Seen them 4 times. They are each time better.
Hopefully, they come back again to Mexico
Rev Bob13 April 2010 at 12:21amPosts: 2229 (0 today)Status: offline
You never know, Pedro. . . maybe they'll add a South American leg to the tour!
They'll be at Summerfest this year - tix go on sale Saturday. I've never been to a RUSH concert; maybe it's time I go.
IF I ever do myself a tattoo, it will be with one Rush quote on an elfic font:
"immortal for a limited time"
lore14 April 2010 at 11:58pmPosts: 1659 (0 today)Status: offline
RUSH @ Red Rocks-
I was just talking about this show, and how I have never seen them, just may have to go.
BUT- if it comes down to Roger Waters and his new production of The WALL verses RUSH~
Sorry Rush- Can't miss Roger!
clothy15 April 2010 at 10:46pmPosts: 2484 (0 today)Status: offline
Afraid Rush would win for me Lore but each to their own! :-]
clothy16 April 2010 at 12:03amPosts: 2484 (0 today)Status: offline
I have always been more a Rush than a Floyd fan.
Nevertheless, the choice is really challenging.
Waters is touring with a fantastic band. ThereÂ´s this young guitar player that erases literally the memory of Gilmour. What a good and fine musician!
All in all, Waters seems to be at the peak of his talent. He has the best live sound system I have ever had the luck to witness, enjoy and surrender to.
Rush, instead. . . is Rush. Seen them 4 times and I will never ever get enough. Still, I have to say that their latest 3-4 cd are not among their best. . . by far
Fuck that, I'm seeing BOTH.
Rush are huge Gabriel and Floyd fans. Neil Peart's house music list had Solsbury Hill and Genesis' I Know What I Like playing before the show started during their snakes and arrows tour. Geddy Lee said if he could write songs like Peter Gabriel could with Solsbury Hill he would achieve all he could dream of with music.