An Editor’s Overview
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Whether or not you recognize the name, you’ve likely heard his drumming. Since the 1970s he’s sold more than 30 million records, including the 1977 hit “Supernature.”
Anyone familiar with the popular television show America’s Got Talent understands the immense pressure on the contestants.
Through a series of classic records featuring brilliant, cerebral, and yes, busy drumming, Neil Peart ascended to the throne, inarguably becoming the most popular drummer on the planet.
Here we discuss the major evolutionary changes Neil's kit went through by focusing on the setups he sported during the first three, classic Rush live albums plus the unique approach he took during their R40 tour.
Like his meticulously constructed drum parts, Peart’s books are the work of an artist paying close attention to detail while he composes something to make you think and also feel.
Some of the worlds greatest drummers and industry members share their memories of what Neil Peart has meant to them.