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RIP Neil Peart
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Re: RIP Neil Peart
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https://www.cbc.ca/news/entertainment/neil-peart-obit-1.5422806

Such a sad way to go. I hope he was cognizant of his loved ones when he left his drum seat for the last time on Tuesday. A kind soul, and the world of drumming would not be the same without him.


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Re: RIP Neil Peart
Dave Bryce #3025148 01/22/20 10:21 PM
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This one stung. Rush is the band that I've seen live more times than any other in my life. Why? Neil Peart. Power, finesse, and a time-keeping machine with a musicality that is instantly identifiable... and he wrote most of the band's lyrics to boot.

Rush is one of those iconic bands that can never be the same without any one of their members as they are all equal ingredients to their sound and success, so this is not only the end of a drum legend, but of a legendary band. RIP, Neil. You, and Rush will be missed.

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