RUSH will make their first, and likely only, public appearance of 2003 tomorrow when the legendary rock trio is inducted into the Canadian Music Industry Hall of Fame. The presentation takes place during a closed gala ceremony during the Canadian Music Industry Awards at Toronto's Westin Harbour Castle hotel. Guitarist Alex Lifeson suggested to Karen Bliss of Jam! Music that the band may take a permanent break. "At this stage in our lives, it meant so much for us to get out on the road and play this tour and we felt so good about it, in some ways," he said. "If it were to end now I would feel that there was some kind of closure, that we went through a rough period and did it great one more time. So the door goes two ways at this point. Either we dive into the next project in a year and repeat the whole thing, or we just find that we've had our fill and move on."
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