Daryll Hurst joins Jay to talk some T for E. Jay thinks Test is the most neglected album and Daryll thinks it is home to one of Geddy's best bass lines.
Jay talks with Bill Bell, guitarist on Alex Lifeson's Victor in this short interview!
My friend Brandon Dyke joins me to talk about Alex Lifeson's solo record!
Doug Laidlaw rejoins the show to talk with Jay about Counterparts!
Aaron Drake joins Rushcast to discuss one of Rush's most eccentric albums, Roll Da Bones.
Jay thinks he is the only person on the planet that enjoys one song in particular.
We somehow saved the album with rabbits for Easter weekend. Doug Laidlaw talks with Jay about the often-overlooked Presto.
Welcome back to the Hold Your Fire Support Group with founders Jay Mantis and Jeff Garrett. Hello my name is Jay and I'm a HYF fan....
Mark Anthony joins the show to discuss Power Windows!
David Schmidt joins the show this week to talk about 1984's "Grace Under Pressure"
Jim Losby joins the show, along with Dad Mantis, to talk about a really cool album plus plenty of great talk about the future of the band. Enjoy the show, you will. YODA? You're alive??? What are you doing here?!
Ron Reed is back to talk about his (and probably your) favorite album, Moving Pictures! This is a jam packed episode about a jam packed album, enjoy!
Time to talk Permanent Waves! Jay talks with Mike Keller about how the perceived line between old Rush and new Rush (Hem-Perm) might not be as drastic as we think. Could this be the last "raw" sounding album before the super polished Moving Pictures? (Hint: probably)
David Sprick joins Rushcast again to discuss Hemispheres. Jay claims Hemispheres might be the most balanced album and will do anything but memorize subtitles to prove it. Rocky Rockwell joins the show to talk about genres and labeling Rush as "metal." Enjoy!
Jay talks with Jon Bintz about what could be Rush's most anticipated album, A Farewell to Kings.
Ed Stenger from RushIsABand joins the show to discuss 2112 with Jay!