If You Choose Not To Decide, You Still Have Made A Choice

We pardon this interruption of your regularly-scheduled programming: Mike, John, and Gary chose to attend the Rush concert last night. 42 years to the day since the Rush’s first-ever performance at The Coff-In, and the band just keeps getting better.

Below are a few photos from the show. We will shortly resume your Capitals coverage, already in progress.

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5 Responses to If You Choose Not To Decide, You Still Have Made A Choice

  1. alank says:

    Great pics! Nice angle. How far away?

  2. Paul says:

    I soooooo wished I could have had tickets to this show. I absolutely love Rush. One of the best bands out there. I’m jealous. 🙂

  3. Stealth says:

    I was also at the concert last night (Section 103, Row J) and what an awesome performance… They keep putting on great shows, and I’ve seen them on every tour since Moving Pictures… Great selection of songs, and the video skits before and after the concert were hilarious, although that could have been the beer talking… 😉 Thanks for posting the pics…

  4. It wasn’t just the beer, Stealth — the show was incredible, and those skits really *were* funny. 🙂

    Alank, thanks for the photo compliments. We were Row M, so probably 100-150 feet away. The camera’s a Panasonic Lumix DMC-ZS7, which has a terrific lens for a pocket camera (12x optical zoom).

  5. Reggie says:

    I first saw Rush open up for Kiss at GW’s Lisner Auditorium in 1975.

    The next time that I saw Rush was on New Year’s Day at the Old Capitol Center in Largo MD. They were on the same bill with the Blue Oyster Cult, Ted Nugent and Leslie West (formally of Mountain). Ticket price for that show…..$5.50.

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