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RUSH guitarist aids Kidney Foundation of Canada

By Robert Rheubottom, Examiner.com

949 days ago   Article ID# 1501333
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Kidney Foundation Of Canada

DENVER, COLORADO (Examiner.com) - RUSH fans have a chance to own a signed, original painting by the legendary Canuck power trio’s guitarist Alex Lifeson, while benefiting the Kidney Foundation of Canada at the same time.

According to a release posted today (3/14/12) at the foundation’s official site, the veteran rocker has contributed 250 limited edition prints, each bearing Lifeson’s “original” signature, which fans can purchase from the Kidney Foundation of Canada.

The print is on high quality, heavy stock, and each print comes with a Certificate of Authenticity, signed by the Executive Director of the Atlantic Canada Branch of the Kidney Foundation of Canada, confirming that the purchased print is 1 of only 250.

The multi-talented Lifeson, who also acts, produces, and composes soundtrack music, has previously contributed original artwork to the foundation’s, "A Brush of Hope" project.

The signed, limited edition 13"x15"prints are selling for $270.00 CDN each (including shipping within Canada) and rates are available for U.S. and international orders.

For more information details, check out the Kidney Foundation Of Canada’s online store.

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Updated 949 days ago   Article ID# 1501333

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