One of my friends saw Rush recently and wrote a little review. Since our Rush show is coming up in Irvine I thought I would post his review: Last night, my son and I went to Raleigh to see RUSH; it was a combined birthday present for him and Father's Day deal for me. They played for three hours, and it was awesome! They 'opened' for themselves, playing for an hour and a half, took a short intermission, and then played another hour and a half, concluding with a three song encore. That had three giant video screens, and a lot of interesting video presentations. They played 27 songs: Limelight Digital Man Entre Nous Mission Freewill The Main Monkey Business The Larger Bowl (with McKenzie Brothers intro) Secret Touch Circumstances Between The Wheels Dreamline (-Intermission-/video intro) Far Cry Workin Them Angels Armor And Sword Spindrift The Way The Wind Blows Subdivisions Natural Science Witch Hunt Malignant Narcissism Drum Solo Hope Summertime Blues The Spirit of Radio Tom Sawyer (with South Park intro) Encore: One Little Victory A Passage to Bangkok YYZ The drum solo was awesome, and was followed by Alex Lifeson doing a solo on an acoustic guitar. It was a great three hours, and I yelled myself hoarse. Anyone that gets the opportunity to see them play will be in for a real treat. One really cool thing was that I saw RUSH in 1984; I described to my son Neil Peart's rotating drum set. It was neat that he does the rotating drum solo, and that David was able to experience the same thing that I saw 23 years ago.