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You may know Geddy Lee as the singer, bassist, and keyboardist of Canadian prog-rock trio Rush, but did you know that Geddy Lee also has a comedic side? As we celebrate his birthday this weekend, enjoy some of the funniest Geddy Lee moments caught on tape.

5. When Geddy Lee Obnoxiously Counted To “FOOOOUUUUUUUUR!”

Geddy Lee counts to 4

Geddy Lee counts to four. Please subscribe to our YouTube channel and follow us at Twitter: @rockboypodcast Instagram: @rockboyradioshow


4. When Geddy Lee completed the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. “Wah Wah Wee Wah!”

Geddy Lee of Rush: ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

Geddy Lee of Rush accepts Les Claypool's ice bucket challenge - and in The Spirit of the ALS Ice Bucket challenge, puts it forward to musician Ed Robertson of BNL, actor Jay Baruchel and baseball legend Randy Johnson. Don't forget to donate! #ALSicebucketchallenge #strikeoutALS


3. When Geddy Lee offered his best winter safety advice. “Jeez, that was fun.”

RMR: Celebrity Winter Advice with Geddy Lee

Geddy Lee gives advice on tobogganing. (originally aired: January 26, 2004)


2. When Geddy Lee told the crowd that a stage collapse would be “a big bummer.”

Geddytoons Episode 1: The Big Bummer

Geddy gets stern as the audience gets out of hand. If you have any audio clips from Rush concerts you'd like to see animated, send 'em my way! (Yousendit preferred- put the link in a message through my Youtube Account!) This is intended solely for entertainment purposes - I have no affiliation with Geddy Lee or Rush.


1. When Geddy Lee appeared on Bob and Doug McKenzie’s hit single because “ten bucks is ten bucks.”

Take Off

Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group North America Take Off · Bob & Doug McKenzie · Geddy Lee Great White North ℗ ℗ 1981 The Island Def Jam Music Group Released on: 1981-01-01 Producer: Marc Giacomelli Author, Composer: Kerry Crawford Author, Composer: Marc Giacomelli Author, Composer: Jonathan Goldsmith Author, Composer: Frederick Moranis Author, Composer: David Thomas Auto-generated by YouTube.



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