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‘I felt good, because we’ve become a band’: Mike and the Mechanics set to issue hits package, new song

‘I felt good, because we’ve become a band’: Mike and the Mechanics set to issue hits package, new song

A forthcoming collection of hits and rarities from Mike and the Mechanics will include a previously unreleased track featuring original singers Paul Carrack and the late Paul Young, as well as a new song.

‘I actually never thought it would do that well’: Genesis’ Mike Rutherford on the longevity of Mike and the Mechanics

‘I actually never thought it would do that well’: Genesis’ Mike Rutherford on the longevity of Mike and the Mechanics

Mike Rutherford started Mike and the Mechanics at the height of Genesis’ pop-chart dominance and — in a weird happenstance — this side project has outlived his main band.

Something Else! sneak peek: Mike and the Mechanics, “Get Up” (2013)

Something Else! sneak peek: Mike and the Mechanics, “Get Up” (2013)

“Get Up,” a newly shared follow up to Mike and the Mechanics’ 2011 release The Road, is intriguing in that it doesn’t at first sound like Genesis or, for that matter, Mike and the Mechanics.

Genesis co-founder Mike Rutherford moves on with Mike and the Mechanics: ‘I’d rather live in the now’

Genesis co-founder Mike Rutherford didn’t often return to moments with old band during this year’s tour with Mike and the Mechanics. In fact, over a nearly two-hour set, Rutherford included no more than three Genesis tracks.

Father’s Day special: Mike + the Mechanics, "The Living Years" (1988)

If there’s one song I am drawn to by the message alone, it’s this one. The cheesy late-eighties production and the plain melody does not bother me one bit.

Mike + The Mechanics "The Living Years" (1988)

Mike + The Mechanics "The Living Years" (1988)

by S. Victor Aaron If there’s one song I am drawn to by the message alone, it’s this one. The cheesy late-eighties production and the plain melody does not bother me one bit. That’s because this song is a touching confessional coupled with a powerful message from Genesis guitarist and Mike + The Mechanics leader Mike Rutherford. Rutherford, like manyRead More

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