Editor’s Note: At the end of each year, we tally up all the article and video views on No Treble to come up with a list of the top 10 most popular bassists. This is entirely based on readership, not on opinions, polls, or anything else. Just having some fun.
Thanks in part to reaching a huge goal here at No Treble HQ in 2019, Geddy Lee closes out our countdown as the #1 “Reader Favorite Bassist.” Back in June, we sat down in person with Geddy for Groove – the No Treble podcast.
Ariane Cap even got into the mix, breaking down how Geddy uses power chords in Rush’s “Dreamline” in a Talking Technique episode.
That, plus news of his Big Beautiful Book of Bass tours and sitting in with Claypool Lennon Delirium, it is great to see Geddy still going strong.
Of course, we still had some Rush videos to share too.
This guy has been on our Groove Podcast wishlist since we began. So we're super thrilled to share this month's episode, and our guest Geddy Lee! Mitch caught up with Geddy in Montreal on June 4th during his cross-Canada book tour. Enjoy the conversation...
Thursday’s are for throwbacks, and we can’t think of a better way to participate than sharing some epic, old-school Rush. Recorded in 1975, here’s the band performing “Anthem,” with Geddy Lee rocking the Ric.
On August 21st, Rush is hitting the big screen with “Cinema Strangiato 2019,” featuring live performances and behind-the-scenes footage from their “R40” tour. In celebration, Rush just shared this clip from “R40,” with Geddy Lee handling the heavy load of bass, vocals, and keys.
Rush may be done performing, but they’ll be seen around the world once again thanks to a new film called “Cinema Strangiato: An Annual Exercise In Fan Indulgence.” The movie documents parts of Rush’s 2015 R40 tour, will get a one-night-only cinematic screening.
Les Claypool and Sean Lennon kicked off their latest tour with a special treat for fans – and for Claypool. Geddy Lee joined The Delirium onstage in Toronto for their rendition of Sean Lennon’s dad’s, “Tomorrow Never Knows.”
In episode #60 of Talking Technique, Ariane Cap breaks down how Geddy Lee uses power chords in Rush’s “Dreamline,” with a quick harmonic run down, tips for fingering, technical execution, and practice.
Rush’s 2007 album “Snakes & Arrows” included an awesome instrumental, entitled “The Main Monkey Business.” From the R40 tour, here’s a great clip of Geddy Lee and the band performing it.