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A gathering of some of the biggest names in rock 'n' roll in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

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Dave Russell (as David Russell)
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Credited cast:
Jann Arden ... Performer
Dan Aykroyd ... Performer
Jim Belushi ... Performer (as James Belushi)
Jeff Burrows Jeff Burrows ... Himself (as The Tea Party)
Stuart Chatwood Stuart Chatwood ... Himself (as The Tea Party)
Kathleen Edwards ... Performer
Jian Ghomeshi Jian Ghomeshi ... Correspondent
Jeff Healey ... Performer
Mick Jagger ... Performers (as The Rolling Stones)
Sass Jordan Sass Jordan ... Performer
Geddy Lee ... Performer (as Rush)
Alex Lifeson ... Performer (as Rush)
Jeff Martin Jeff Martin ... Himself (as The Tea Party)
Neil Peart ... Performer (as Rush)
Sam Roberts ... Performer
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A gathering of some of the biggest names in rock 'n' roll in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

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Documentary | Music

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Country:

Canada

Language:

English

Release Date:

30 July 2003 (Canada) See more »

Filming Locations:

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

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Rush was the last band added to the lineup for this show. According to drummer Neil Peart, they felt somewhat pressured to participate considering it was their hometown, despite the fact they don't do one-off or festival shows due to how he and the other band-members prepare for a concert tour. Neil stated he felt tired in ways he never imagined while rehearsing for the show, and he was amused to see himself later on television looking a whole lot better than he felt when he was on stage. See more »

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Good as far as it goes, but leaves you wanting more
26 February 2005 | by rushnrollSee all my reviews

In one sense, I would have loved to have been at this show. For the music, Rush most of all, and because I love Toronto. I can't even begin to imagine being in the midst of that many people, tho, and how much could most of them really hear or see? So I was quite eagerly anticipating the release of the DVD. Disappointing indeed that the full show was not included. I heard that each of the main acts (other than the Stones) was asked to choose 3 songs from their sets. I believe AC/DC's duet with the Stones was one of their choices, so I can see why AC/DC "purists" could be disappointed by that. Why did the Guess Who only have 2 songs, though, if they could have had 3? A prior reviewer complained about Sass Jordan getting 4 songs. I suspect that one of them was included because of the guest appearance by Jeff Healey on guitar, but why she still got 3 more is anybody's guess. Nothing against her, but...I would have liked to see more of some of the other bands. However, the one Justin Timberlake song (and his goofy duet with Mick later) were more than enough, though, thank you. It's not even because of his musical style, as you might think from a rocker like me, so much as that he's so embarrassingly amateur & such a fanboy & wannabe among all these rock veterans.


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