It’s a been a big month for Geddy Lee. In addition to his new memoir and docu-series, Lee has released two new solo songs. “The Lost Demos” is includes songs written during the sessions for his 2000 solo debut, “My Favorite Headache.”
At long last, Geddy Lee’s new memoir, “My Effin’ Life,” is here. The book covers more than his time in Rush. In it, Lee gets into his family roots, the traumas of his life, his hobbies, and more.
Hal Leonard has expanded to their series of Play-Along packs with “Rush - Bass Play-Along Volume 61.” The new pack contains eight sound-alike recordings of Rush tracks with artist-approved transcriptions to get you feeling like Geddy Lee.
Geddy Lee has a busy few months coming up. His new memoir, “My Effin’ Life,” is releasing on November 14th, and he’ll be on the road in support of it. Now he’s unveiled a new docuseries called “Geddy Lee Asks: Are Bass Players Human Too?”
After announcing a UK book tour, fans didn’t have to wait long for Geddy Lee to unveil his North American appearances. The “My Effin’ Life In Conversation” tour is coming to the U.S. and Canada.
Geddy Lee’s long-awaited memoir, “My Effin’ Life,” is scheduled to release on November 14th. Now, the bass icon has announced a tour to support it.
After first teasing it in 2021, Geddy Lee has revealed the title and release date for his new memoir. “My Effin’ Life” is slated to be published on November 14th, 2023. The 512-page book covers his life in and out of the progressive rock trio Rush.
Damon Deluca commented on the video we shared by StickHits and their remastered soundcheck video of Rush in 2012. Damon shared StickHits’ impressive remix and remaster video of Rush’s “Subdivisions.”
Rush’s “Moving Pictures” hit a milestone in 2021 for its 40th anniversary, but its celebration continues. Backbeat Books has just published a book by Will Romano called “Moving Pictures: How Rush Created Progressive Hard Rock’s Greatest Record.”
We made it to the top of the list, and this year’s reader favorite bassist is Geddy Lee. Lee returned to the stage this year, including appearances with Alex Lifeson. In addition, some old school Rush was included along the way.
Tech 21 has added a new piece of gear to their Geddy Lee Signature lineup with the YYZ Shape-shifter Signature SansAmp. The pedal has the same feature set as the limited edition Geddy Lee MP40 model, which swiftly sold out.
Tool’s Danny Carey joined Geddy Lee and Alex Lifeson for the Taylor Hawkins Tribute concert. Chrisedge captured the footage of the trio performing “YYZ” with 4K audio and made this video available.