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Progressive rock group Rush performs in Sunrise, Florida

Alex Lifeson, left, and Geddy Lee of the progressive rock trio Rush on stage at BankAtlantic Center in Sunrise on March 30, 2011. The Canadian band launched the 2011 portion of its acclaimed Time Machine tour featuring the 1981 album Moving Pictures played in its entirety for the first time live. After a month of European dates in May, the tour will wrap up in July back in the United States. (Chris Bradshaw/Special to the Daily News)

Alex Lifeson, left, and Geddy Lee of the progressive rock trio Rush on stage at BankAtlantic Center in Sunrise on March 30, 2011. The Canadian band launched the 2011 portion of its acclaimed Time Machine tour featuring the 1981 album Moving Pictures played in its entirety for the first time live. After a month of European dates in May, the tour will wrap up in July back in the United States. (Chris Bradshaw/Special to the Daily News)

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  • Progressive rock trio Rush on stage at BankAtlantic Center in Sunrise on March 30, 2011. The Canadian band launched the 2011 portion of its acclaimed Time Machine tour featuring the 1981 album Moving Pictures played in its entirety for the first time live. After a month of European dates in May, the tour will wrap up in July back in the United States. (Chris Bradshaw/Special to the Daily News)
  • Alex Lifeson, left, and Geddy Lee of the progressive rock trio Rush on stage at BankAtlantic Center in Sunrise on March 30, 2011. The Canadian band launched the 2011 portion of its acclaimed Time Machine tour featuring the 1981 album Moving Pictures played in its entirety for the first time live. After a month of European dates in May, the tour will wrap up in July back in the United States. (Chris Bradshaw/Special to the Daily News)
  • Geddy Lee of the progressive rock trio Rush on stage at BankAtlantic Center in Sunrise on March 30, 2011. The Canadian band launched the 2011 portion of its acclaimed Time Machine tour featuring the 1981 album Moving Pictures played in its entirety for the first time live. After a month of European dates in May, the tour will wrap up in July back in the United States. (Chris Bradshaw/Special to the Daily News)
  • Geddy Lee of the progressive rock trio Rush on stage at BankAtlantic Center in Sunrise on March 30, 2011. The Canadian band launched the 2011 portion of its acclaimed Time Machine tour featuring the 1981 album Moving Pictures played in its entirety for the first time live. After a month of European dates in May, the tour will wrap up in July back in the United States. (Chris Bradshaw/Special to the Daily News)
  • Geddy Lee of the progressive rock trio Rush on stage at BankAtlantic Center in Sunrise on March 30, 2011. The Canadian band launched the 2011 portion of its acclaimed Time Machine tour featuring the 1981 album Moving Pictures played in its entirety for the first time live. After a month of European dates in May, the tour will wrap up in July back in the United States. (Chris Bradshaw/Special to the Daily News)
  • Alex Lifeson, left, and Geddy Lee of the progressive rock trio Rush on stage at BankAtlantic Center in Sunrise on March 30, 2011. The Canadian band launched the 2011 portion of its acclaimed Time Machine tour featuring the 1981 album Moving Pictures played in its entirety for the first time live. After a month of European dates in May, the tour will wrap up in July back in the United States. (Chris Bradshaw/Special to the Daily News)
  • Neil Peart of the progressive rock trio Rush on stage at BankAtlantic Center in Sunrise on March 30, 2011. The Canadian band launched the 2011 portion of its acclaimed Time Machine tour featuring the 1981 album Moving Pictures played in its entirety for the first time live. After a month of European dates in May, the tour will wrap up in July back in the United States. (Chris Bradshaw/Special to the Daily News)
  • Alex Lifeson of the progressive rock trio Rush on stage at BankAtlantic Center in Sunrise on March 30, 2011. The Canadian band launched the 2011 portion of its acclaimed Time Machine tour featuring the 1981 album Moving Pictures played in its entirety for the first time live. After a month of European dates in May, the tour will wrap up in July back in the United States. (Chris Bradshaw/Special to the Daily News)
  • Geddy Lee of the progressive rock trio Rush on stage at BankAtlantic Center in Sunrise on March 30, 2011. The Canadian band launched the 2011 portion of its acclaimed Time Machine tour featuring the 1981 album Moving Pictures played in its entirety for the first time live. After a month of European dates in May, the tour will wrap up in July back in the United States. (Chris Bradshaw/Special to the Daily News)
  • Alex Lifeson of the progressive rock trio Rush on stage at BankAtlantic Center in Sunrise on March 30, 2011. The Canadian band launched the 2011 portion of its acclaimed Time Machine tour featuring the 1981 album Moving Pictures played in its entirety for the first time live. After a month of European dates in May, the tour will wrap up in July back in the United States. (Chris Bradshaw/Special to the Daily News)
  • Neil Peart (I swear, he's back there!) of the progressive rock trio Rush on stage at BankAtlantic Center in Sunrise on March 30, 2011. The Canadian band launched the 2011 portion of its acclaimed Time Machine tour featuring the 1981 album Moving Pictures played in its entirety for the first time live. After a month of European dates in May, the tour will wrap up in July back in the United States. (Chris Bradshaw/Special to the Daily News)
  • Geddy Lee of the progressive rock trio Rush on stage at BankAtlantic Center in Sunrise on March 30, 2011. The Canadian band launched the 2011 portion of its acclaimed Time Machine tour featuring the 1981 album Moving Pictures played in its entirety for the first time live. After a month of European dates in May, the tour will wrap up in July back in the United States. (Chris Bradshaw/Special to the Daily News)
  • Alex Lifeson, left, and Geddy Lee of the progressive rock trio Rush on stage at BankAtlantic Center in Sunrise on March 30, 2011. The Canadian band launched the 2011 portion of its acclaimed Time Machine tour featuring the 1981 album Moving Pictures played in its entirety for the first time live. After a month of European dates in May, the tour will wrap up in July back in the United States. (Chris Bradshaw/Special to the Daily News)
  • Alex Lifeson of the progressive rock trio Rush on stage at BankAtlantic Center in Sunrise on March 30, 2011. The Canadian band launched the 2011 portion of its acclaimed Time Machine tour featuring the 1981 album Moving Pictures played in its entirety for the first time live. After a month of European dates in May, the tour will wrap up in July back in the United States. (Chris Bradshaw/Special to the Daily News)
  • Geddy Lee of the progressive rock trio Rush on stage at BankAtlantic Center in Sunrise on March 30, 2011. The Canadian band launched the 2011 portion of its acclaimed Time Machine tour featuring the 1981 album Moving Pictures played in its entirety for the first time live. After a month of European dates in May, the tour will wrap up in July back in the United States. (Chris Bradshaw/Special to the Daily News)

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