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Dan Rather interviewed Geddy Lee of the band Rush in 2017. (Original Post) Earth-shine Oct 2021 OP
The Big Interview is a really good show. underpants Oct 2021 #1
I've seen this several times now, a great interview. ms liberty Oct 2021 #2
Geddy's demeanor changes when he talks about the future. Earth-shine Oct 2021 #3
That was a great interview. I had no idea how much he and Sean Penn look alike. underpants Oct 2021 #4
If you have Paramount Plus TexasBushwhacker Oct 2021 #5

ms liberty

(8,549 posts)
2. I've seen this several times now, a great interview.
Fri Oct 15, 2021, 06:30 AM
Oct 2021

I rewatched it recently, and it's really hard to watch his comments about Rush playing together and about Neil. We know now that he knew Neil was ill and he was deliberately avoiding saying anything, but he sounds so sad.

Earth-shine

(3,931 posts)
3. Geddy's demeanor changes when he talks about the future.
Fri Oct 15, 2021, 07:38 AM
Oct 2021

He knew there was no future, at that point.

RIP Neil Peart.

underpants

(182,582 posts)
4. That was a great interview. I had no idea how much he and Sean Penn look alike.
Fri Oct 15, 2021, 10:38 PM
Oct 2021

Especially when he looks over his glasses.

I knew someone who toured with the group and Geddy loved throwing baseballs. He’d basically go through pitching innings like an actual game.

TexasBushwhacker

(20,128 posts)
5. If you have Paramount Plus
Sat Oct 16, 2021, 11:07 AM
Oct 2021

Dave Grohl of the Foo Fighters has a 6 part series called "From Cradle to Stage" where he and his mother interview other musicians and their moms. One episode is an interview of Geddy and his 90 year old mom. It's a treat. If you don't have Paramount +, sign up for a free trial just to watch the series.

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