Rush have released a new trailer for their concert movie Time Stand Still, which arrives in North American cinemas next month.
The clip focuses on “fan-in-chief” Jillian Maryonovich, creative director of supporters’ convention RushCon – and also White House staffer and aide to US president Barack Obama.
Maryonovich says: “My fandom, especially in college, was such a fever pitch, I was just vibrating with Rush fandom. I could not get enough.
“Before Facebook and the internet, this was me cutting out photos from magazines and covering my walls. It got exhausting.
“I loved them so much and I was so heavily inspired, that it’s an outlet for my crazy.”
Time Stand Still – filmed during Rush’s R40 “final touring chapter” – is screened on November 3, with a DVD release to follow on November 18. The cinema version is accompanied by a discussion feature entitled A Salute To Kings, including Gene Simmons, Chad Smith, Taylor Hawkins, Ann and Nancy Wilson, Scott Gorham and producer Nick Raskulinecz.
Find out more at rushtimestandstill.com.
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