Drummer and Friend of Suburbs Pod Bobby Padavick offers this tribute to Rush’s Neil Peart, who died of brain cancer on Jan. 7, 2020 at age 67.
SPECIAL EPISODE: Neil Peart of Rush, one of the greatest drummers of all time, died Jan. 7 from brain cancer. Jim and Patrick are joined by Mike Snider and Brad Maylor to discuss Peart’s contributions to rock music.
Harris writes about friends made at a Rush show. Jo Fleischer tells us about a memorable show with 10,000 Marines. And Gerald Chyzenski offers some new insight into “The Spirit of Radio.”
Keith Jacobsen calls to tell us about a jukebox in his high school cafeteria. Doug Mulvihill corrects our Rototom reference. And Paul Trap asks us to solve a Rush mystery.
We close out Rush Week with a look at some of the band’s live recordings. With guests Bobby Padavick and Charles Andrews of D.C. band Night Streets.
Be cool or be cast out. Listen to our exploration of Rush’s 1982 album “Signals.” With guests Bobby Padavick and Charles Andrews of D.C. band Night Streets. All part of Rush Week on Rockin’ the Suburbs.
If you choose not to listen to this podcast, you still have made a choice. Rockin’ the Suburbs tackles Rush’s 1980 album “Permanent Waves,” with guests Bobby Padavick and Charles Andrews of D.C. band Night Streets. As Rush Week continues.
Rush Week continues! Today, we take a step back to discuss the band’s 1976 landmark album ‘2112.’ With special guests Bobby Padavick and Charles Andrews of D.C. band Night Streets.
Prepare to be Rushified on Rockin’ the Suburbs this week. We invite a couple of big fans — Bobby Padavick and Charles Andrews of Washington D.C. band Night Streets — to talk about some of the albums of Rush. We start with the Canadian trio’s best-selling record, 1981’s “Moving Pictures.”
A few thoughts on the soundtrack that marked the beginning of college rock appreciation for millions of fledgling music lovers.