RUSH bassist/vocalist Geddy Lee will take part in a question-and-answer session following the screening of the band's acclaimed documentary "Beyond The Lighted Stage" on Monday, November 8 at the Cineworld Haymarket in London, England. Also answering questions will be the directors Scot McFadyen and Sam Dunn. The question-and-answer session will be hosted by Philip Wilding.
Tickets are £10 and available from Cineworld.co.uk starting at 9 a.m. GMT on Monday, November 1.
RUSH will be honored with the "Living Legend" award at this year's Marshall Classic Rock Roll Of Honour Awards in association with Currencies.co.uk on November 10 at London, England's Roundhouse venue.
The Classic Rock "Living Legend" award is bestowed on a rock act for their enduring influence and remarkable achievements in the world of rock music.
As one of rock's most influential bands, RUSH will be joining an illustrious list of previous legendary recipients such as Iggy Pop, Ozzy Osbourne, Jimmy Page, Alice Cooper and Lemmy.
RUSH's "Beyond The Lighted Stage" is also nominated for "DVD/Film Of The Year", along with "The Doors", "The Runaways", "Oil City Confidential" and "Saxon".
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