How a Robert Plant Phone Call Sparked Rush’s Post-2000 Return

Published by

Rush played their final show in 2015 as part of a 40th anniversary for the lineup of Geddy Lee, Alex Lifeson and Neil Peart, but they might not have made it to that day as a band if not for an intervention from Led Zeppelin‘s Robert Plant. Speaking with Classic Rock magazine, singer-bassist Geddy Lee reveals the role the Led Zeppelin legend played in their eventual 21st century return to the stage after the death of Neil Peart’s daughter and wife put the band’s future in doubt. As many fans know, Rush took an extended hiatus after support of 1996’s Test for Echo album with Peart mourning the d…

Read More