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Alex Lifeson från RUSH: Vad det än blir av med turnén, så är detta inte slutet för bandet

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RUSH’s gitarrist Alex Lifeson har uttalat sig om att RUSH kommer att fortsätta, trots att han lider av ledinflammation och att Neil Peart (trummor) har hälsoproblem.

I det senaste avsnittet av VH1 Classic ”That Metal Show” förklarade RUSH’s gitarrist Alex Lifeson att ledinflammationen han lider av inte påverkar hans gitarrspelande, men att bandets trummis Neil Peart har en del hälsoproblem. Alex Lifeson förklarar dock i intervjun att bandet inte har diskuterat huruvida detta är RUSH’s sista turné eller ej. Hur som helst förklarar han att bandet inte har några planer på splittras. Alex Lifeson sade så här till VH1 Classic ”That Metal Show”:


“You know, you have to careful what you say these days. I’ve had arthritis for about twelve years that I’ve been dealing with — psoriatic arthritis. For me, it’s primarily in my feel and a little bit in my hands. And I am a little stiffer at the end of a show, and I feel it the next day, but it’s nothing, really, that gets in the way of my playing. It doesn’t really hold me back. I’m just more aware of it. But I can’t say that it’s the reason I make mistakes.”

Alex Lifeson fortsätter och säger så här angående huruvida RUSH är ute på sista turnén eller ej:

“Well, I love what we’re doing. I think we’re playing really well. The show’s working great… all of that stuff. Clearly, Neil [Peart, trummor] has not enjoyed touring… the touring aspect for a long time. And he has a young family, and he has all his own reasons. It’s become difficult for him to play, and he has health issues as well. I think he mentioned in the Rolling Stone article that playing, for him, is like running a marathon while doing mathematical equations. So it’s very challenging, it’s very athletic, and at almost 63 years old, it’s a lot more difficult. It’s a three-hour show. We can’t get away from it. We were supposed to cut back on this tour. We can’t. Maybe in the future, there’s an opportunity to change things up a little bit, the way we do it. I think, in my gut, that this is probably the last major tour that we’ll do. I like to think that we’ll do specialty gigs — maybe a week in New York, or something like that — but we haven’t even discussed that. We just wanna get through this tour and see where we’re at. We wanna discuss whether we’re gonna make another record anytime soon… a lot of things.”

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