The town of St. Catharines, Ont., is naming a area pavilion right after late Rush drummer Neil Peart and considering other means to honour his legacy.
The acclaimed percussionist, who died in January at age sixty seven, was born in Hamilton and grew up in St. Catharines.
He was the principal lyricist for Rush and co-wrote the progressive-rock group’s 1975 music Lakeside Park in honour of the region.
Before this yr, the southern Ontario town asked for submissions for a identify for the pavilion at Lakeside Park in the area neighborhood of Port Dalhousie.
The submissions were whittled down to