Rush’s Live 2003 Performance Of ‘Tom Sawyer’ Still Gives Us Goosebumps

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Rush was formed in Toronto in 1968 by Alex Lifeson, John Rutsey, and Jeff Jones. They are known for their musicianship, and drawing elements of science fiction, fantasy, and philosophy. Along with such talent, When the time comes for Rush to perform live, they have a talent for drawing massive gatherings.

When it comes to playing live performances, Rush will always be remembered as an iconic act. You would want to be a part of it with all the people there. This happened in 2003 when the band performed for the Sarstock Festival which happened in Toronto.

The performance was a stop on the band’s “Vapor Trails” tour, which was in support of that record. Popular songs from the band’s lengthy discography, such as “Tom Sawyer,” “Limelight,” “Closer to the Heart,” and many others, will be performed during the concert. For followers of classic rock and progressive rock, the event is a must-see as it displays the band’s musical prowess and dynamic intensity.

One performance that will always capture the heart of thousands of people is ‘Tom Sawyer‘. The place was full of their fans and it was the first song that was played at the concert. It includes flawless vocals by Geddy Lee. Witnessing a majestic band perform the song that made them famous is a very amazing experience for the audience.

Be sure to look at the performance down below.

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