Geddy Lee, Neil Peart, and Alex Lifeson formed the trio that would become Rush in 1968. A trio is an unusual structure for a rock band, but one that lends itself well to the experimental nature and complex compositions that define the prog-rock genre of which Rush remains the pinnacle. In this interview, he talks about music and the band but also about his parents, who met in a concentration camp in WW2 and later settled in Canada.