Band won't embark on major tours anymore, though it could still record
Prog band's concert films seamlessly edited together to celebrate 'Moving Pictures' track
Canadian band teamed with legendary bassist for track from new LP 'The Great Detachment'
Geddy Lee, Alex Lifeson talk pre-fame days, 'Permanent Waves' and Dave Grohl with director/superfan at SiriusXM Q&A
Prog-rock legends answer fan-submitted questions in new video exclusive
3-CD/Blu-ray set captures prog band's hometown Toronto shows on final major tour
From Neil Peart's review of 'Whiplash' to a possible 'Clockwork Angels' movie, here's more from the interviews for Rush's first RS cover
Is this the end of the road for the geek-rock gods?
41 years into their career together, Geddy Lee, Neil Peart and Alex Lifeson are on the cover of Rolling Stone
Tim Commerford turns emergency back surgery into indictment of health care system in "Voodoo Juju"
In the West, the Warriors make like Led Zeppelin, the Rockets resemble Rush, the Grizzlies are AC/DC and the Clippers equal the Eagles
To celebrate 12 Months of Rush, the prog-rock trio will reissue their classic 1976 LP with a vinyl that projects a hologram when played
'South Park' co-creator Matt Stone and Vertical Horizon frontman also participate
The band will be honored at a gala in Canada next March
"People say to me, 'Are you still excited when you go on tour?' Should I be excited about leaving my family?" the drummer says