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Alex Lifeson

Alex Zivojinovich (b. August 27, 1953, Fernie, British Columbia), better known as Alex Lifeson, is a Canadian musician. The son of Yugoslavian immigrants, Lifeson was raised in Toronto, Ontario. Lifeson's solo album, Victor, was released in 1996. He plays guitar and composes for the rock group Rush, owns and operates a small consumer product design engineering and manufacturing firm (The Omega Concern[?]), as a gourmet chef is part owner of a Toronto restaurant (The Orbit Room[?]), and is a licensed aircraft pilot and motorcycle operator.

Along with his colleagues Geddy Lee and Neil Peart, Lifeson was awarded the Order of Canada on February 27, 1997. The trio were the first rock musicians so honored.



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