RUSH's NEIL PEART Featured On Cover Of DRUM! Magazine

According to a posting on the RUSH fan site Power Windows, RUSH drummer Neil Peart is featured on the cover of the October issue of Drum! magazine. The cover is his childhood photo with his red sparkle kit and the feature article is "Neil Peart - A Lifetime of Drum Sets." The article details the evolution of Neil's kit and includes interview snippets with Peart.

As previously reported, RUSH will be releasing the highly anticipated "R30" DVD in late fall 2005. "R30" will feature the sold-out concert that RUSH played in Frankfurt, Germany in October 2004 during their 30th anniversary tour.

Peart is currently working on the follow-up to his instructional drum video, "A Work In Progress". The new video will be issued as a DVD and is set for release in late fall 2005. The DVD is produced by Hudson Music and is entitled "Anatomy of Drum Solo".


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