According to a posting on the RUSH fan site Power Windows, Sabian Cymbals and DW Drums will be presenting RUSH drummer Neil Peart's 30th anniversary drum set in an exclusive tour across America. Each drum clinic will be hosted by Lorne Wheaton, who has worked with Neil Peart. More information is available at Rush.com.
In other news, RUSH's music will be featured in a new video game/interactive movie called "Darkstar". The following songs will be featured in the feature-length sci-fi film that serves as back-story to the project: "Anthem", "Bastille Day", "The Twilight Zone", "Cygnus X-1", "Cygnus X-1 Book II", "Tom Sawyer", "YYZ", "The Camera Eye", "Witch Hunt", "Vital Signs", "Subdivisions", "Red Sector A", "The Enemy Within", "Red Lenses", "Mystic Rhythms", "Manhattan Project", "Time Stand Still", "Test for Echo", "Time and Motion", "Limbo", "One Little Victory" and "Nocturne". More information is available at Darkstar.gs.
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