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Crowd energy at MGM Grand Garden sags after the Canadian trio starts with too many newer songs

Rush’s (possible) final Vegas show can’t quite match its greatest

July 30th, 2015

Crowd energy at MGM Grand Garden sags after the Canadian trio starts with too many newer songs

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