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Quote from: Pug on June 14, 2017, 22:18:27 pm20 years tonight since I was at my 2nd Rush gig. Went over to the US. Made the roadtrip with a bunch of mates from Minneapolis to Chicago to see them at the New World Ampitheatre. Highlight was easily hearing 2112 in it's entirety.
Quote from: The Letter R on June 13, 2017, 09:33:53 amAnd only 11 years since England had won the World Cup
Quote from: Thailand Express on June 15, 2017, 17:15:21 pmSimilar to the lads and me then. We went to Holmdel NJ, Great Woods and Jones Beach. 20 years ago next week.So glad we made the trip. Their first "evening with" shows so the range of material was tremendous. It was great hearing old songs played completely and not cobbled together into medleys. They were absolutely blazing live too, in spite of T4E being a bit of a lumbering album. And we all has no idea what a terrible time for the band was just around the corner...
Quote from: The Letter R on June 21, 2017, 09:22:27 amBlimey - yes 1997 - my first visit to Toronto - saw them both nights at the Molson Ampitheater and then drove to Ottawa for the last show of the tour. Made some great friends out there. Also met up with Mick Burnett ( Spirit of Rush Fanzine ) and a certain Andrew Field sometimes of this Parish and Tom Cornell ( Mad Jock ). Remember spending Canada Day - July 1st in The Orbit Bar and someone playing Subdivisions on the keyboard in there - great night and fantastic trip - 20 years ago.......wow!!
Quote from: Thailand Express on June 22, 2017, 20:58:27 pmHappy days indeed. Thinking back the total cost of tickets for the 3 shows was under $100. The world before Ticketmaster ruled the roost.The Spirit of Rush! How good was it when that popped through the door? Safe to say without the guidance of that mag I'd never have attempted that Transatlantic jaunt.
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