Rush Won't Be Streaming Shows On Final Tour

(Classic Rock) Rush guitarist Alex Lifeson has rejected the idea of presenting a live stream from a show on their upcoming "final" tour. But it's possible they could offer recordings of each night's show to the audience as they leave.

The band have described their 34-date US journey as "most likely the last of this magnitude" and manager Ray Danniels recently said it was "between possible and probable" that their 40th anniversary outing would be their touring swan-song.

Lifeson tells Renman Live there are "no plans for a live stream" and explains it's a result of their approach to performance. "It's a little old-school," the guitarist says. "We want to keep it 'that event, that concert, that congregation.' In that sense we'll do it a little more old-fashioned." Read more here.

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