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I was just texting about this

I was given Fly By Night as a mistake as a 5 year old.  Someone thought it was a kids album lol

From then on I was a wannabe and eventually a drummer 

Neil Peart was the man.  He could play any style of music on any set (Google Neil Peart Buddy Rich tribute to see him on a basic jazz kit)

RIP

 

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A Master of his craft both musically and lyrically. What he left behind will last forever. Thanks Neil. 

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We went to the same high school.. he graduated about 30 years before me tho & had a spot on the wall of fame...

Rest peacefully Neil 

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I have watched that a couple of times over the last few years 

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Their induction into the RnR Hall of fame is still an emotionally charged moment for me, even after having watched it numerous times. Such an amazing response from the crowd.

HH

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Yeah it was like the whole crowd was there just for rush. It was a great moment 

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WE paid a buck cover charge to get into a club in Hamilton called The Rock Pile in the early 70's to see Rush. The greatest rock drummers call him the greatest of all time. In the last documentary Neil Peart said if he could play what The Stones drummer Charlie Watts plays he could play until he was 100. The GOAT of drummers. 

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