Happy 63rd Birthday, Geddy Lee!

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It’s hard to believe Canadian prog rock God Geddy Lee of Rush turns 63 today. Where has the time gone?

Serving as keyboardist, bassist and lead vocalist for the iconic trio, Lee has solidified his place in rock history thanks to an incredibly innovative approach to music with songs like “Tom Sawyer”, “New World Man” and “Fly By Night.”

We’re celebrating Lee’s legacy by taking a look at his Top 10 contributions to Rush.

Happy birthday, Geddy!

10. His heavenly vocals on “Bastille Day”

9. His ability to bring reggae influences into the fold on “Digital Man”:

8. His bass work on “Malignant Narcissism”

7. The stunning melodies on “Show Don’t Tell”

6. The mind-shattering bass on funky “New World Man”

5. The passion exuded on “The Spirit of Radio”

4. The slap-bass of “The Big Money”:

3. The rapid-fire performance of “Cygnus X-1 Book II: Hemispheres”:

2. The dizzying harmonics on “YYZ”:

1. The absolute perfection that is “Fly By Night”:

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