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“Says drummer Mark Dalton, “You get 15-year-old fans in their Rush T-shirts, and they’re really into it. Look at the price of a concert ticket now. To pay $15 to see what people perceive as a good-quality tribute band – it’s a much cheaper night out; easier parking, easier driving … Not that it replaces the real thing by any means.””
“The group bested 10 other acts in a North America-wide Rush cover band competition for the honour of playing the 12th annual Rushcon, a gathering of 200 or so fans from as far away as Australia and Brazil, held this past weekend at Toronto’s Hard Rock Café.”
"We all study our parts,’’ says Chris Nelson, the Geddy Lee soundalike in Lotus Land. “And to do it as close to the record as we can is quite a high. It’s like rock-and-roll fantasy camp. If we dare attempt this tribute to Rush, we better do a really good job.’’