Died today from brain cancer, 67 years young. Truly a sad day.
A close friend died of this at 36 years old in 2019, after a hard-fought 2-year battle. She had the absolute best care available at world-class Philadelphia teaching hospitals that specialize in the latest innovative treatments for glioblastoma.Sad for sure.
I'd never heard of glioblastoma before a couple of years ago, now every couple of months someone, even just famous people, passes away from it.
With all due respect to the departed Mr. Peart, as well as the excellent musicians Geddy Lee and Alex Lifeson, I too could just never get past Lee's voice.I agree with Spike; growing up in upstate NY, Rush was almost a local band, and was played incessantly. I found Geddy Lee's voice somewhere between 'irritating' and 'grating', so I certainly was never interested in actually seeing Rush live, but I have to admit that Neil's drumming was great.
And I, as a gay male, have none............
And yet, I (a straight guy) had two Communards records, bitd. Go figure.