Rush Plan To End Hiatus With Long Tour
The Canadian giants decided to take some time off following a hectic three years in which they released the acclaimed Clockwork Angels album and a live DVD, and played to fans around the world.
The decision means they're sitting out their 40th-anniversary year, with the exception of the re-release of their self-titled debut album in an extended format next month.
Lifeson tells Rolling Stone: "The three of us had a meeting. We said: 'Let's not talk about anything band-wise for the next year.' Unfortunately the other people at that meeting didn't hear, so there are already plans being made for spring 2015."
"I think we're probably going to lean towards making it a real fan event." more.
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