Watch Rush “Cinema Strangiato” Film Trailer

Circa 1980: Canadian rock band Rush take the stage fronted by guitarist Alex Liefson (left) with singer and bassist Geddy Lee. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)


Rush hasn’t performed together since ending their 2015 R40 Live tour. While the long-term future of the band remains unknown the Canadian trio has revealed the next phase of their legendary careers.

August 21 is the screening of a new film that is being called the “Fist Annual Exercise in Fan Indulgence” which also hints that there could be more. “Cinema Strangiato” derives its name from a 1978 instrumental and will feature concert footage, backstage antics and also interviews from famous fans of the band such as Tom Morello, Billy Corgan and others.

Watch the trailer….





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