RUSH Spokeperson Denies Band Is Leaving ATLANTIC RECORDS
A spokesperson for RUSH has denied Internet reports that the band is leaving Atlantic Records for the independent Canadian company Rounder. In fact, "RUSH are still contracted to Atlantic for one more album," the spokeperson told Classic Rock magazine. Rounder — whose roster includes GEORGE THOROGOOD & THE DESTROYERS, ALISON KRAUSS, THE TRAGICALLY HIP and BRUCE COCKBURN — "will be issuing the trio's upcoming 'Snakes & Arrows Live' DVD, but that's as far as the arrangement goes."
RUSH has been with Atlantic Records since 1989's "Presto" and has released a total of seven studio and four live albums for the label.
RUSH's most recent concert leg wrapped July 24 in Indianapolis, Indiana. The group has been out behind its 18th studio album, "Snakes & Arrows", which marked RUSH's first set of all-new material since 2002's "Vapor Trails".
RUSH's songs "Closer to the Heart" and "Working Man" were recently made available for the Rock Band video game.
RUSH will receive a star on Hollywood's Walk of Fame next year.
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