John Rutsey was a founding person in the Canadian rock-band Hurry. The drummer shaped the music group in 1968 with guitarist Alex Lifeson and bassist Jeff Jones, who soon be changed by Geddy Lee. The name Hurry was actually recommended by John’s sibling Bill throughout a music group meeting within the Rutsey family members basement. He made an appearance for the band’s debut solitary, a rendition of Friend Holly’s “Not really FADE,” in 1973, and on the self-titled debut which adopted in 1974. He was unanimously selected as the mind lyricist for the music group, but became discouraged with the work and didn’t produce much text message. This, coupled with a fight diabetes that held him from touring, discovered him exiting the group in past due 1974 and changed by Neil Peart. Rutsey fought diabetes for the others of existence and passed on from complications linked to the disease on, may 11, 2008.