Eddie Van Halen must have been paying close attention to Steve Hackett’s unique approach to the song, released in November 1971 on Genesis’ ‘Nursery Cryme.’
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Genesis’ “No Son of Mine,” released on Nov. 11, 1991 as part of ‘We Can’t Dance,’ couldn’t have been more different than “The Living Years.”
“I kinda love all the albums,” Genesis guitarist Steve Hackett allows, before finally deciding on one released in October 1973.
Released on Oct. 3, 1983 as part of their self-titled album, this represents one of the last rickety bridges between Genesis’ two eras.
If ‘Calling All Stations,’ released on September 1, 1997, didn’t have the “Genesis” legacy to live up to, would you have enjoyed it anyway?
Partial early-Genesis reunion could happen, on one condition: ‘I wouldn’t want to do Mike and the Mechanics material’
Original guitarist Anthony Phillips wants to work with former Genesis bandmate Mike Rutherford, but only if he makes an important concession.
In honor of his 65th birthday today, we returned with Steve Hackett to Genesis, his ever-inventive solo career and the one-off supergroup GTR.
Released on February 9, 1981, ‘Face Value’ is a time capsule of everything that made Phil Collins into Phil Collins, and maybe the best thing he ever did.
Having originally left because he wasn’t interested in Genesis’ ever-more-aggressive touring schedule, Anthony Phillips remains steadfastly solo.
Former Genesis guitarist Steve Hackett blasted the ‘Sum of the Parts’ documentary as incomplete, even biased. He was right.