Salute to Rush at Ohio State Marching Band’s fabulous halftime

Salute to Rush at Ohio State Marching Band’s fabulous halftime

The Ohio State University Marching Band arranged a halftime salute to Rush and honored the band’s late drummer Neil Peart during the Buckeyes football crew’s home game Saturday versus Maryland.

The walking band conveyed interpretations of Rush’s “Tom Sawyer,” “Spotlight,” “Red Barchetta,” “Transient” and then some.

Ohio State News reports that for the presentation to catch Peart’s “sonic effect” the Buckeyes band added extended their percussion area by adding 20 toms and 20 additional cymbals mounted on four racks.

Nearly as amazing as the walking band’s plans of the prog-rock works of art were the developments the band made on the field: During the halftime show, the walking band explained “2112” and “YYZ” which the OSU team proceeded just as making a three-piece stick figure band total with Peart’s Rush drumhead.

The 15-minute halftime execution procured the certified endorsement from Rush themselves, who tweeted just, “We’re astounded.”

Surge’s Geddy Lee as of late uncovered that he will deliver a diary in the fall of 2022, a book he started during the pandemic while he was battling to adapt to the demise of Peart (and later Lee’s own mom).

“My companion and teammate on the Big Beautiful Book of Bass, Daniel Richler, perceived how I was battling in the outcome of Neil’s passing, and gave persuading me a shot of my blues for certain interesting stories from his childhood, challenging me to share my own consequently,” Lee said of the diary in September.

“So I did hesitantly from the beginning, however at that point recollecting, goodness better believe it, I like grappling with words.”

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