Rock legend and ‘Rush’ vocalist, Geddy Lee is regarded one of the most influential musicians of all time and is known for his authentic stylised technique and skill on the bass guitar. His voice has been referred to as ‘ astoundingly high’, while his distinctive style and charisma has inspired many musicians in the rock and heavy metal genre including, Cliff Burton of ‘Metallica’ and Steve Harris of ‘Iron Maiden’. He is considered one of the legendary bass players and continues to enthral audiences like no other musician in the genre of rock. This talented rock star was admired for his multi-tasking abilities as he would juggle roles on stage, while playing the bass, handling the keyboard and also singing at the same time. He amused audiences with unique and bizarre stage props like fully loaded refrigerators, coin-operated dryers and even rotisserie chicken ovens accompanied by a chef. He took up bass as a teenager and formed the rock band, ‘Rush’, along with guitarist Alex Lifeson and drummer John Rutsey. Some of their well-known albums include, ‘Snakes and Arrows’, ‘Permanent Waves’ and ‘Moving Pictures’. To learn more about his personal life and professional achievements, scroll down and continue to read this biography.