Rush Tickets: Announces Reduced Pricing For Upcoming 2013 Shows

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The Canadian band was formed in 1968 and has been active since that time except for a five-year hiatus from 1997 until 2001. During this summer, they are appearing at a number of entertainment venues in both the U.S. and Canada. has reduced the prices of tickets for upcoming shows, and fans are urged to obtain seats quickly for the events that are currently taking place and continuing until August 4.

The talented performers will entertain fans at a variety of Canadian venues that include shows in Quebec, Hamilton, Halifax, Calgary, and Vancouver. U.S. concerts include stops in Wantagh, Saratoga Springs, Tinley Park, Grand Rapids, Cincinnati, Milwaukee, Ridgefield, Salt Lake City, Denver, and Kansas City. Rock music buffs need to purchase their Rush tickets quickly for the shows that are coming up this month and in the next few months to follow.

The rock band has released an impressive 20 albums from 1974 to 2012. They perform progressive rock, hard rock, and heavy metal. The group has been inducted into both the Canadian Music Hall of Fame as well as the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and each member of the band is an accomplished musician who has won a variety of awards through readers' polls in magazines.

The group's recordings have amounted to 24 Gold and 14 Platinum albums. Three of their albums have also reached Multi-Platinum status. Their popular releases have sold more than 40 million copies worldwide.

When the musicians perform on tour, they are always determined to recreate their music in a live performance exactly as it was on the album. In order to be able to do this, they are required to use the type of musical equipment that will allow them to reproduce the same sounds that were possible within a studio environment. Each band member also has a set number of MIDI controllers that he must operate while he is playing his respective instrument. The group is able to create the quality of musical arrangements in a live setting that would occur in a studio, and fans are appreciative of this fact and have learned to expect this type of professionalism when they attend a concert.

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