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SiriusXM to debut Rush ‘R40 Live’ before Nov 20th release date

R40 Live first airs on SiriusXM’s Classic Rewind on Monday, November 9th at 6 pm ET

SiriusXM is set to exclusively premiere Rush R40 Live before the CD/DVD and CD/Blu-ray packages hit store shelves on November 20th.

R40 Live was filmed over two sold out shows at the Air Canada Centre in the band’s hometown of Toronto on June 17th and 19th during the band’s extensive 35 date North American tour

The set includes a first-ever live rendition of “Losing It” featuring Ben Mink, who appeared on its original 1982 recording, as well as a star-studded rendition of “Roll the Bones” featuring cameos from Paul Rudd, Jason Segel and Peter Dinklage.

R40 Live features the trio of Geddy Lee, Alex Lifeson and Neil Peart, performing a career-spanning live retrospective and celebrating their 40 plus years together. The epic live shows by the Rock Hall of Famers were captured with 14 cameras, presenting the band feature-film style.

Fans can hear it all before its official release on Classic Rewind (Ch. 25), Deep Tracks (Ch. 27), Ozzy’s Boneyard (Ch. 39) and SiriusXM Comes Alive (Ch. 316).

R40 Live first airs on SiriusXM’s Classic Rewind on Monday, November 9th at 6 pm ET and will re-broadcast several times for the next month. Rebroadcast times are below.

11/9 at 9 pm ET on Classic Rewind
11/10 at 12 pm ET on Classic Rewind
11/12 at 1 am ET on Classic Rewind
11/14 at 3 pm ET on Classic Rewind
11/16 at 4 pm ET on Deep Tracks
11/18 at 12 am ET on Deep Tracks
11/20 at 3 am ET on Deep Tracks
11/21 at 10 am ET on Deep Tracks
11/23 at 6 am ET on Ozzy’s Boneyard
11/25 at 3 am ET on Ozzy’s Boneyard
11/26 at 7 pm ET on Ozzy’s Boneyard
11/28 at 12 am ET on Ozzy’s Boneyard
11/30 at 6 pm ET on SiriusXM Comes Alive
12/2 at 12 am ET on SiriusXM Comes Alive
12/4 at 3 pm ET on SiriusXM Comes Alive
12/6 at 6 pm ET on SiriusXM Comes Alive

Author: Buddy Iahn

Buddy Iahn founded The Music Universe when he decided to juxtapose his love of web design and music. As a lifelong drummer, he decided to take a hiatus from playing music to report it. The website began as a fun project in 2013 to one of the top independent news sites.

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