Primus’ Les Claypool Takes Lessons From Geddy Lee Ahead Of Rush Tribute Tour

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Primus frontman Les Claypool took lessons from none other than Geddy Lee himself as the band prepared to pay tribute to Rush on their U.S. tour.

The Primus singer-bassist revealed the news by posting a photo with the Rush singer-bassist on Instagram.

“Learning from the master,” Claypool captioned the picture, which shows him seated next to Lee as both smile for the camera with their guitars in their laps.

Primus will be performing the iconic Canadian rock band’s fifth album, A Farewell to Kings, in full on their tour, which kicked off on August 10th in Boise, Idaho.

The band will be supported by Battles, The Sword, and Black Mountain at various dates. The tour will wrap up on October 25th show in Phoenix, Arizona.

A Farewell to Kings, which originally released in 1977, featured singles “Closer to the Heart” and “Cinderella Man.” The album was certified platinum in the U.S. by the RIAA.

(Photo: Instagram)

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