Here is a little information about the band! Rush is a three-member band from Candada (hence the name Canada's Power Trio). They have released 22 albums (on the Discography page). There isn't really much that can't be found on the BEST Rush site on the web The National Midnight Star but here is some information about the members
Geddy Lee (Gary Lee Weinrib)
Geddy has a son: Julian, a daughter: Kyla Avril, and a wife: Nancy. He is often reffered to as "the guy that sounds like a girl" because of his high-pithced singing voice in the earlier albums, which, in my opinion made the band what it was! His voice has somewhat mellowed out as the albums progress, and you can notice a difference if you listen to Rush and then listen to Test for Echo. Gedy plays the Bass Guitar and Synthesizers and he is the Vocals of the band.
Neil has a daughter: Selena (recently died) and a wife: Jaqueline. Neil is the heart and soul of the band, playing the Drums and Cymbals. His drumming style is unique and like no other and could only be Rush. Neil was added after their previous drummer John Rutsey left after the production of their first album Rush. Neil Peart is responsible for writing most of Rush's songs and is a very creative writer.
Alex Lifeson (Alex Zivojinovic)
Alex has 2 sons: Justin and Adrian, and a wife: Charlene. Alex is the third member of the trio that makes up Rush. Alex comes to life on the Electric and Acoustic Guitars and he also is a backing vocalist. Alex has written some books (not related to Rush) and he has opened a resturaunt ,The Orbit Room, 580 A College St. in Toronto, Canada. he has also produced a solo album, Victor.
The Rush FAQ is a large document (in TXT format, viewable here) containing all the frequently asked questions about Rush. It contains all the information you will ever need to know about Rush. I suggest that you download it to your local system because it is quite large. It might take you a week to read through! To do so, right click on the link and select "Save as" or "Save link as" and select a filename and click OK. If you still insist opon viewing it here, click on the link above. And, for me to give credit where it is due, I did not put this FAQ together, it was put together by Randy Kaelber.