A Rush and a push

By SAM PFEIFLE  |  August 24, 2011

Rush sees it growing steadily, and part of that is what happens when that metal crowd sniffs out what he's doing. "You get a really loyal metal audience. I think it's like a brotherhood, as opposed to different kinds of music. I like to think that there's no way it could ever die out."

Sam Pfeifle can be reached at sam_pfeifle@yahoo.com.

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