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Cradle to Stage Review: Geddy Lee and Mary Weinrib

The story of famed musician Geddy Lee begins with his mother, Mary Weinrib, without any doubt. After listening to the stories that Mary and her husband went through during WWII and the lengths that he took to find her again, there’s no doubt that fate is a fickle thing, but it’s still very real, despite coincidence and any other explanation that folks might want to interject with. The concentration camps that were prevalent in the days of the second world war were no joke, and many upon many people never left them on their feet. But listening to the story of how Mary and her husband met, how they reunited, and the fact that Geddy Lee and his siblings were regaled with the tales throughout their lives, it’s very easy to believe that some of the tales might have been exaggerated or embellished, it’s human nature after all, but the core story remained the same.
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Geddy Lee Tell Story Of His First Led Zeppelin Concert

He Said “They Literally Brought The House Down”. Rush’s Geddy Lee has always been vocal about his admiration for Led Zeppelin. Before he became a rock legend himself, he was already a huge fan of the ’70s titans. He even previously shared the first time he met Robert Plant and Jimmy Page.
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Geddy Lee Shares Robert Plant Helped Rush In Their Darkest Time

In a new interview with Classic Rock magazine, Rush’s Geddy Lee discussed how Led Zeppelin’s Robert Plant helped them during a dark period in the late 1990s. One phone call from Plant encouraged them and helped boost their confidence to push on. It was after drummer Neil Peart’s 19-year-old daughter Selena passed away in a car accident in August 1997. It resulted to an extended hiatus and at one point, they were uncertain they will play together again.
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Geddy Lee Says Robert Plant Helped Rush Through Dark Time

Geddy Lee said Robert Plant helped boost Rush's confidence during a difficult stretch, following the tragic death of Neil Peart's daughter Selena. The 19-year-old died in a car accident in August 1997, leading to a lengthy hiatus for the prog-rock trio. Though they weren't confident they'd play again, a meeting with the former Led Zeppelin frontman gave them renewed clarity.
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Explaining The Legendary Vocal Range Of Geddy Lee

Geddy Lee doesn’t get enough recognition as a vocalist. He’s an immensely talented bassist, keyboardist, and a great frontman but his singing rarely makes it on “best singers” lists. His voice is unique and distinctive. Of course we’re talking about Rush during their heyday when every member was in peak form and at the top of their game.
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Rush's Alex Lifeson And Geddy Lee Eager To Work Together Again

Rush guitarist Alex Lifeson says in a new interview that he and Geddy Lee have been talking about working together on new music and Alex believes that it will happen. Alex made the comments during an interview with Make Weird Music. He said, "After we finished the last tour in 2015, I started just writing on my own and doing some stuff. Geddy was working on his book.
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Rush’s Alex Lifeson Hints At Future Projects With Geddy Lee In New Interview [Video]

Rush guitarist Alex Lifeson has been pretty open and honest in recent years about the fact that the band’s R40 Live Tour in 2015 was indeed their final bow from touring and performing live after four decades in the business. Any chances of a possible one-off reunion between Lifeson, bassist Geddy Lee, and drummer Neil Peart, however, were also sadly put to rest with the tragic death of Peart in early 2020 following a private, three-year battle with brain cancer.
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Rush’s Alex Lifeson ‘Eager’ to Reunite With Geddy Lee for More Music

Rush wrapped their touring career in 2015 and the retirement of drummer Neil Peart followed by Peart's death in 2020 seemingly concluded that chapter of the band's career. But in a new interview with Make Weird Music (seen below), guitarist Alex Lifeson reveals that he may not be done making music with fellow Rush bandmate, singer-bassist Geddy Lee.