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This early article is one of the few that discusses the band with late, original drummer John Rutsey.The article is in two parts and can be read here: Page 1 --- Page 2.Later in 1974, Rush made what was probably their first appearance in Billboard Magazine with this articled titled Rush Hot On Circuit.This uncredited short article appeared in the October 19th, 1974 edition of Billboard and includes a rare picture of the band with Neil Peart.Presented here is a collection of old Rush articles and interviews which I've dubbed Rush: A Brief History of Time.The items reflected below were provided by long-time reader and site contributor Heiko Klages of Germany, reader Rush Fan Forever, Eric Hansen from Power Windows, Ed Stenger from Rush Is ABand, Joe Pesch, Greg Nosek, Patrick Vella, and many others.Titled Rush: Canada's Most Successful (and least recognized) Rock Band and written by Tom Harrison, the article discusses Rush's fifth studio album A Farewell to Kings as well the fact that the band, even within Canada, isn't as well known as it should be.
This next article focuses more on the creation of Anthem Records than it does Rush, but it's an interesting read nonetheless.
This next multi-page article/review comes from the January 1976 edition of the Ontario Entertainment Magazine Cheap Thrills.
The article, titled A Solid Gold Rush discusses the bands first four studio albums along with their first live offering. The June 11th, 1977 edition of New Musical Express from the UK contained a dual/dueling article on the band called The Rush Phenomenon by Paul Morley and Paul Rambali.
The March 1976 edition of Creem (America's Only Rock 'n' Roll) Magazine included a two-page article called Rush: Pebbles & Bam-Bam in Alphaville by Rick Johnson. Next comes an article titled How To Click Without Airplay.
Published in the December 22nd, 1976 edition of Variety, this article, sub-titled Canadian Rock Trio, Rush, Brushed Off By Radio Station, But Sells Records is an interesting look back at how Rush, against all odds, did succeed.