We're back to wrap up inside rush clockwork James Shields let's rejoin our host Billy Corrigan as he speaks with Getty Lee and Alex let's send. How do you perceive your influence on. Musical artists I think you've had a a lot of effect an alternative music which may be on first question. The normal rocks and wouldn't understand. But you guys are costing inspect checked by alternative artist Patti -- look at that at this point. Let's it's a wonderful compliment. To have passed along something you know. The role that teachers. It's quite an honorable and I think them from the fact that we've been around for songs and you know we we like to take chances -- to push ourselves. You know we kind I don't know I guess we try to do all those things that so many musicians aspire to you know freedom. To do what you want and the way you want and do it. So it's a lot easier to say that when you've got a strong audience it's willing to buy your records and support you conceived play. But it's an important part of development and and growth and I think a lot of younger musicians especially through the ninety's and and two thousands. Who were quite influenced trying to. I'd love to hear -- when a musician concert to me -- from a band that I had no idea. He would have been influenced by us you know me I'm like square stylistically so from our way. And I love should then go back to listen to music and see if there. And there's no there's no Trace. Not a fair and so it's a personal thing of the guys playing more or the writing or just something. Made him wanna get back in the room and do it it's like me. My heroes they just made me want to do it. So familiar inspired play music that doesn't mean massive. So that's your my favorite song in the New Rochelle park angels of. In this. Okay. I. -- What a beautiful song from the rock band rush. -- -- in a Smashing Pumpkins -- -- back a conversation with Alex lengthening getting one more question. It's just a curiosity question. I was reading a book recently about the band -- and and -- early days and they would be -- -- crazy bills read you know you think oh my god like -- kiss in the Eagles or something. So then I wanted to ask you guys suggested some of the bills that you played on back in the day that would bring us all the chuckle. -- -- Probably the worst -- -- plus. I -- SI -- was O'Neal's birthday the first two were in seventh floor and you know the game and it was in Baltimore's university. And we opened analysts like CD Hawkins dance with. Sean enough that. -- -- -- I'm really. Headline here and we erupting so we're here in apocalypse doesn't auditorium. Everybody's just like -- cancer. -- it looks like the funds the and we're there and we're in satin pants and from the playing her platform shoes of noxious and of course. That there was no clause after the for science and then there was grumbling after the second by the third signed. People were screaming at this -- so of course we turned up louder and and anchoring today and today -- They and it another weird deal we did once was open we were in the opener Billy Preston was some little interest and and a concession stands that. I was -- shut up yeah I -- our Evans -- Evansville Indiana they're questioning they're still talking about it. Yet I'm guardedly got drunk who is Billy Preston for those hearings and the next day pretended like he didn't yes exactly what drinking -- boost. Anyway there's a game we've played with Blondie Blondie opened for us in Philadelphia spectrum fast enough -- very healthy future. For long -- crowd was not nice to him is that. Well okay I think we've covered it when you your record. June 19 is the actual street Davis we call in the business June 12 available for streaming. And when is what is titled the house -- This whole grain grade. And are you going on the road. Yes sir and actually I'm gonna take this opportunity we were talking the other day and we the whole band feels very strongly reluctance to agree to a tour around with you at some point. Would be a great honor to open for you guys so put us put us in there somewhere because OK would love to just be involved. Everybody an infinite in the -- a fan and and a -- how much I care about get myself appreciate them and we actually think to be if really it's really -- built in VP are very very interesting crowd. You know maybe I could be sued off and -- I that I got that honor if so I thank you very much. Now everyone. I can hardly say check out the new album -- Russian armored angels. Very strong very passionate and done this at music I wanna hear some. Thanks so much that's. -- and take -- all to see great season ticket take care you can. You've been listening to inside rush clockwork angels hosted by Billy Corrigan. And extended version of the interview heard in this program is available at them QV dot com. This program was produced by Michael perish -- ever in QB productions associate producer is Mike bacon. Special thanks to Getty -- Alex likes and Billy Corrigan Deb Kline Peter caps this makes them sick and as a road anthem. Roadrunner records -- -- Chicago -- dance like. And Robin Jackson had -- for more information on rush and thought -- angels please visit Russia dot com. Thanks for listening.