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    The band underwent several line-up configurations that included Lindy Young on keyboards and various instruments, and Mitch Bossi on second guitar. Shortly after becoming a four-piece band of Lee, Lifeson, Young, and Rutsey, Ray Danniels was hired to be their manager.

  2. 15 de dic. de 2023 · In 1969, the group’s lineup consisted of Lee on bass and vocals, Lifeson on guitar, drummer John Rutsey and keyboardist Lindy Young. That fall, Lee was kicked out of the band. “The way it all...

  3. 15 de nov. de 2023 · On February 2, 1969 Led Zeppelin played their first ever show in Toronto, at a club called The Rock Pile. In attendance that night was a young drummer called John Rutsey, one quarter of a local rock band called Rush, alongside keyboardist Lindy Young, guitarist Alex Lifeson and bassist Geddy Lee.

  4. 15 de ago. de 2011 · Rush Timeline, Spring 1968 to Fall 1974. • August 15, 2011 • Comments Off. Posted in Background and commentary, This and That. Tags: David Stock, Hadrian, Jeff Jones, John Rutsey, Lindy Young, Mitch Bossi, Terry Brown. Posts about Lindy Young written by rvkeeper.

  5. 8 de nov. de 2022 · More than half a century after Jones vacated his position as Rush's bassist, history tells a story that includes Geddy Lee up front until the end for Rush. And while it’s hard not to wonder what Rush might have sounded like had Jones stayed on, he doesn't seem to care for second-guessing his choice.

  6. This began in January 1969 when Lindy Young came on board at the request of Lifeson to play keyboards, guitars and vocals. Lee was asked to leave Rush that May, and he went on to form his own band which he first called Ogilvie, but later opted for the name Judd.

  7. Rush With Lindy Young -> Hadrian with Lindy Young & Joe Perna January-September 1969 "For one show Alex managed to convince his friend Nancy Young to borrow her brother's Gibson Firebird guitar.