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Rush Tickets - Critics Finally Start to Get Rush

Peer through your dad's dusty vinyl collection and you'll probably find a lot of the standard classic rock albums: the Who, Led Zeppelin and Pink Floyd in particular. But once you start to look into the music that's known as prog, it's likely that you'll find a few LPs by Rush.

Despite the fact that everyone's vinyl collection has a few Rush LPs in it, the rock band has never been very well critically received. Even during their musical heyday, the band was derided by many critics as being pompous, with concepts that seemed to eclipse musical ability, or music that seemed too bombastic. But in recent years, a lot of music critics (largely younger ones, who weren't subject to the anti-Rush sentiment of their heyday) have begun to change the general public opinion on the band.

In fact, you can trace the path of that great critical reform over the past few years. That reform was quietly bubbling in reviews and reassessments of the band's critical albums, such as 2112, Hemispheres and Moving Pictures. But that sentiment broke into the public dialogue when faux-talking head Stephen Colbert invited the band to perform live on his TV show The Colbert Report.

At the time, Colbert was doing a gag about conservative radio personality Rush Limbaugh. Every time Colbert mentioned Rush, he would display a picture of Rush-the band. Geddy Lee, the band's frontman, loved the gag, and when the show approached him about having the whole trio walk out on stage one night as a special surprise to the audience, Geddy said they'd love to do it. But if they walked out, they had to perform.

It would be the band's first television appearance in years, and beside that, they're very vocal about their dislike of performing on TV. But despite that, they decided to do it-and it reignited an interest in them among a younger crowd.

The second pronouncement of Rush love came with I Love You, Man. The 2009 buddy comedy was about two guys bonding so much as friends that it makes one's fiancee jealous. At one point in the film, the two guys go to a Rush concert-featuring the actual band performing live-and rock out.

On top of that, the band has made numerous TV appearances in Canada (where they're treated like the rock gods they are), and Alex Lifeson made a cameo in a rock-themed horror-comedy called Suck.
All of that exposure has been perfect for a band that's finally getting their due in the public eye.

With a slew of concert dates scheduled for cities across North America in the near future, you can bet that you'll be seeing a lot of younger faces mixed in with classic rock fans (including your dad). It's a good time to be in Rush, and who knows-maybe all this exposure will help finally get them into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Go online today to get your own Rush tickets.

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