(Classic Rock) Rush frontman Geddy Lee says the band aren't even close to thinking about retirement and in fact they're enjoying a new lease of life.
The Canadian giants, who next month will be inducted into the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame, broke the habit of a lifetime when they hired a string section to join them on stage for their Clockwork Angels world tour.
The results have even surprised the band although they were initially concerned that fans might not welcome the move.
With a renewed energy alongside fans' excitement over their Rock Hall induction, Lee says it would be futile for Rush to consider winding down any time soon.
He says: "I think it's foolish to look too far into the future with a band like us. We really dig each other as friends and writing partners. I don't think I've ever seen Neil as happy as he is on this tour. It demeans the whole thing to try to predict the end. Let's say we're happy right now and we'll see how it all goes." more on this story