Rush busy, not hurried

Rush busy, not hurried
You know, for all four of you reading this blog, you must think that being into garage type, no frills just do it DIY rock and roll that I wouldn’t like a band like Rush, but you would be dead wrong. Remember my rant about rock and roll being about The Moment? Rush have given me more moments that I can remember, especially during those “fun” years of high school. Sure they are complex, sometimes kind of wooden on stage and by their own admission anal but they make great songs that actually say something interesting that you can chew on and digest, or just rock out to. “The Spirit of Radio” is, in my opinion, the perfect summary of what is wrong and what can be right about radio and music. That’s why I’m looking forward to their new DVD “Rush in Rio.” They put on a concert spectacular without forgetting why they make music. They care. It’s all you can ask for of any musician. Give ’em a whirl. You just might be surprised. It’s all part of the rich pageant we call rock and roll.
Later.