The best part of this video is knowing that Geddy Lee is playing along with some of his heroes, and while he appears cool he is probably freaking out with glee on the inside.
No Bill Bruford on the stage, but he’s retired so I didn’t expect to see him. No Tony Kaye either. I don’t know what his story is. Trevor Rabin is half everyone else’s age but he’s starting to look old.
Geddy Lee is more than a replacement for the late great Chris Squire. There’s nothing missing on the bass guitar front. Still… the lack of Chris Squire’s harmony vocals is a Titanic sized hole in this performance. Hell, you could fly a planet through the Squire sized hole. Rest in peace, Chris Squire.