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  1. Well I was checking a canadian news archive to see what happened on my birthday when I though I would check the Rush Birthdays too. Geddy appeared in the births section and this is what it said Also Geddy Lee 1953- rock & roll singer, bass guitarist, keyboard player, born on this day in Toronto in 1953. Lee founded the Canadian rock group Rush in 1968 with guitarist Alex Lifeson and drummer John Rutsey. Rutsey left after Rush's first album in 1974, and was replaced by Neil Peart. Million selling albums include 2112, Moving Pictures, All the World's a Stage and Signals; hit singles include Rivendell, By-Tor and the Snow Dog, Necromancer, The Fountain of Lamneth, Distant Early Warning; sang on Bob and Doug McKenzie's Great White North song 'Take Off.' The band was recently awarded the Order of Canada. Anyone notice any errors, or perhaps dreams. here it the original page: http://www1.sympatico.ca/cgi-bin/on_this_day?mth=Jul&day=29
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