Rush's Neil Peart Is 'In A Great Headspace Now' Says Bandmate
It's thought likely that the band's R40 tour of 2015 was their final large-scale road trip, partly because Peart doesn't want to be separated from his family for long periods of time.
Lifeson tells Sound Opinions: "I know Neil's in a great headspace now - he's really enjoying his life and he feels great. He's spending a lot of time with his daughter, doing the things he loves to do, with his health intact. So that's a very positive thing." Read more here.
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