Rush guitarist Alex Lifeson’s guitars and other memorabilia are established to be auctioned off in the “Property From The Archives of Alex Lifeson” auction for Julien’s Auctions.
The legendary guitarist is set to provide up some of his prized guitars, pictures, and initial lyric sheets as aspect of this auction.
About 60 of Alex Lifeson’s vintage guitars as very well as his first lyric sheets, images, tour ephemera, and passes are established to be auctioned off. Some of the Hurry guitarist’s guitars that are likely to the in the auction contain:
A 1976 custom made-designed Gibson ES-355TD “Whitey” that was played by Lifeson for the duration of all Hurry tours from 1977 to 2015 and has been highlighted on albums and new music movies
A 1976 Gibson Dove acoustic guitar that Lifeson utilized to create “Closer to the Heart”
A 1980 tailor made Hentor Sportscaster that Lifeson beloved to solo with, including the solo on the tune “Limelight” and has been in the tunes video clips for “Vital,” “Countdown,” and “Enemy Within”
The “Property From The Archives of Alex Lifeson” auction is using spot on May perhaps 20 – Might 22 in New York as well as practically.
Before this month, Rush appeared as animated stars in the sketchy noir comedy shared as the formal “YYZ” audio online video for the band’s forthcoming Moving Photos – 40th Anniversary album selection, out April 15 by way of UMe/Mercury and Anthem Data.
Animated by Fantoons Animation Studios, the video clip for the 1981 album minimize capabilities Geddy Lee and Alex Lifeson as the voices guiding two cops on the work while an art heist ensues. The animated band performs as the tale unfolds, eventually concluding with Lee, Lifeson and Neil Peart currently being tied up by the proficient thieves.
“Hey, Dirk, let us go back again to the station,” Lifeson voices, his cop character totally oblivious to the crimes committed. Lee provides: “Great, I acquired the new Rush cassette for the highway.” The cassette reads a listing of music from Shifting Images that involves “Tom Sawyer,” “YYZ,” “Limelight,” and “Red Barchetta.”