You may be wondering how Rush feel about fans collecting bootleg recordings of their shows. I've collected some quotes from each of the guys about bootlegs Things get around very, very quickly, and where they're sourced is a mystery in many cases. There have always been a lot of Rush bootlegs around, and quite a few in Europe, I know that. But that's a pretty normal thing, I suppose, and there's not a whole lot you can do about it. Certainly there's no chance of us controlling it or really having a say in any of it. Some things I guess you can get your legal department to look into, but a lot of these things are so underground that you just have no chance of dealing with them. It's chock full of interesting tidbits from Neil. Neil Peart: You "got hold of"?
April 2nd, 1994 - Nuts and Bolts (Madison)
Rush Bootlegs. Rush in my High School Yearbook. Archives Tour. Hemispheres Tour of the Hemisphere. Tour of the Semispheres. Permanent Waves Tour. Pre-Moving Pictures Tour.
Band blogs (dvd, flac & mp3):
Rush mashup. Thursday, December 12, April 2nd, - Nuts and Bolts Madison The famous Nuts and Bolts show, sometimes brought up as the best Rush bootleg out there, and I know why it has that title.