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  1. › wiki › John_RutseyJohn Rutsey - Wikipedia

    John Howard Rutsey (July 23, 1952 – May 11, 2008) was a Canadian musician best known as a founding member and original drummer of Rush. He performed on the band's 1974 debut album, but left shortly after its release due to health problems which limited his ability to tour with the band.

  2. John Howard Rutsey (23 de julio de 1953-Toronto, Ontario; 11 de mayo de 2008) fue un músico canadiense, conocido por haber sido baterista de la banda de rock progresivo Rush. Biografía [ editar ]

  3. 16 de may. de 2008 · John Rutsey, a founding member of the seminal Canadian rock band Rush, has died at 55, his family announced. He played drums with the band from 1968 to 1974 and was replaced by Neil Peart, who became the band's drummer and lyricist. Rutsey died from complications of diabetes, according to his family.

  4. › wiki › Rush_(band)Rush (band) - Wikipedia

    Rush was a Canadian rock band that primarily comprised Geddy Lee (bass guitar, keyboards, vocals), Alex Lifeson (guitar) and Neil Peart (drums, percussion, lyricist). The band formed in Toronto in 1968 with Lifeson, drummer John Rutsey, and bass guitarist/vocalist Jeff Jones, whom Lee immediately replaced.

  5. 25 de jul. de 2015 · While Rutsey may be remembered as Rush's version of Pete Best, his story is worth revisiting. The first seeds of Rush were sewn in 1963. Hockey buddies Rutsey and Alex Lifeson met while...

  6. 17 de may. de 2008 · John Rutsey, one of the founding members of the Canadian rock band Rush, died 11 May. He was 55. Rutsey formed Rush with Geddy Lee and Alex Lifeson in 1968, and played with them until 1974, appearing on the trio debut´s album of that year. He departed soon after, apparently due to a lifelong illness stemming from diabetes.