SIGNALS FROM MARS RUSH TRIVIA TUESDAY | MARCH 21, 2023
In this episode of Signals From Mars, we bring you the latest edition of Signals From Mars Trivia Tuesday. This episode was originally recorded on March 21st, 2023.
This episode is full of Rush trivia. Nothing but 20 Rush-centric questions.
Yes, Rush is a Canadian rock band that was formed in Toronto in 1968. The band consisted of Geddy Lee on vocals, bass, and keyboards, Alex Lifeson on guitars, and Neil Peart on drums and percussion.
Rush is known for their unique sound that blends together elements of progressive rock, hard rock, and heavy metal. They are also known for their technical musicianship and intricate songwriting, with many of their songs featuring complex time signatures and instrumental sections.
Throughout their career, Rush released numerous albums and achieved significant commercial success, with some of their most well-known songs including “Tom Sawyer,” “The Spirit of Radio,” and “Limelight.” They were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2013, and their music continues to influence and inspire musicians around the world.
Sadly, Neil Peart passed away in 2020, leading to the end of Rush as a band. However, their legacy continues to live on through their music and the many fans they’ve inspired over the years.
Contestants jockey for position answering hard rock and metal-related questions. The quicker you answer the more points you get…or lose! So, it’s not as simple as just answering the questions correctly, you also have to be the quickest to do so.
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Not only do you need to know the correct answer, but you also need to be the quickest to answer correctly. The faster you answer, the more points you obtain. But answer wrong, and you’ll lose points.
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