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Foxtrot
$59.41
The Last Domino?
$69.99
Seconds Out
$41.21
Genesis T-Shirt
$16.60 - $25.06
Genesis the Platinum Collection
$49.71
Selling England by the Pound
$11.98
Foxtrot
$14.76
The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway
$14.98
Nursery Cryme
$16.81
A Trick of the Tail
$11.98
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Live Photos of Genesis

Genesis at Nanterre, France in Paris La Défense Arena 2022
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Fan Reviews

John
December 20th 2022
Good to see, but I think they should retire.
Toronto, ON@
Scotiabank Arena
Sylvie
September 15th 2022
Magique 💕👍👌
Nanterre, France@
Paris La Défense Arena
Laurent
August 12th 2022
Superbe concert vous êtes les meilleurs TOP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Merci Laurent Laurent.eylettens@sfr.fr J'aimerais converser avec Phil car j'ai suivi tous ses concerts en Fiance. C'était surement mon dernier concert car gravement malade. Pour cela que je voudrais un retour du groupe. Merci d'avance Laurent
Nanterre, France@
Paris La Défense Arena
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About Genesis

Genesis, formed in 1967 in Godalming, Surrey, England was one of the most popular progressive rock bands in the 1970s, 1980s and 1990s. During the 1970s, Peter Gabriel was the lead singer until his departure, when Phil Collins replaced him.

Starting as an amalgam of two bands formed by schoolboys attending Charterhouse School in Godalming, England, the original lineup consisted of Peter Gabriel, Anthony Phillips, Tony Banks, Mike Rutherford, and Chris Stewart, though Stewart was soon replaced as drummer by John Silver and then John Mayhew. By the end of 1970, Phillips and Mayhew had left the band, with Collins joining as drummer, and by early 1971, guitarist Steve Hackett had filled the gap left by Phillips. The lineup of Gabriel, Banks, Hackett, Rutherford, and Collins remained in place until Gabriel's departure in 1975.

During the period of 1970-1975, the band produced some of the most widely-acclaimed albums of the progressive rock era, including Nursery Cryme, Foxtrot (featuring the side-long epic 'Supper's Ready') and the seminal album Selling England by the Pound, which generated Genesis' first foray onto the charts with I Know What I Like (In Your Wardrobe). This lineup culminated with the band's magnum opus The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway in 1974. After the tour promoting the album, frontman Peter Gabriel left the group in mid 1975.

Genesis decided to continue writing as a four-piece, producing two albums (A Trick of the Tail and Wind & Wuthering), which found the band proving to themselves and to the world that they could move on after Gabriel's departure. Collins stepped up to fill the role of lead vocalist after countless auditions for a new singer proved fruitless by the completion of recording for A Trick Of The Tail. Hackett quietly departed after the Wind & Wuthering tour in 1977, feeling that his creative input for the band was being repressed.

Genesis then became a trio which began to move away from the dying embers of progressive rock. They established themselves as a more commercially-friendly outfit with the release of their 1978 LP And Then There Were Three, finding their first US hit with the single Follow You Follow Me.

Banks, Rutherford, and Collins became more adept at writing radio-friendly songs in the 1980s. This reached a peak with the release of 1986's Invisible Touch, in which more than half of the album's eight songs made it to the singles chart, including the title track, Land of Confusion, and In Too Deep. All three band members produced solo albums during Genesis' downtime in the 80s and 90s - most notably Collins' increasingly successful solo work, and Rutherford's sideline group Mike & The Mechanics which found moderate success - with evolving styles reflected both solo and when recording together as Genesis.

Collins left the group in 1996, and was replaced vocally by Ray Wilson, the lead singer of Scottish band Stiltskin. Israeli born drummer Nir Zidkyahu and Spock's Beard drummer Nick D'Virgilio stepped in to fill the drumming role. Their 1997 album Calling All Stations was unable to find worldwide success, and despite scoring a minor U.K. hit with Congo, the group slowly faded out of public consciousness. After the Calling All Stations tour, Wilson was released from the band, and Zidkyahu and D'Virgilio, having never been "official" band members, went their separate ways. The band, now down to only Tony Banks and Mike Rutherford, took a break from performing and recording.

In 1999 Banks, Rutherford, Collins, Gabriel, and Hackett collaborated to rerecord The Carpet Crawlers for a greatest hits compilation.

During the end of 2005, rumors spread that the band would reform again in its most famous five-man configuration. Genesis management stated that there were no current plans at that time, and that nothing would change in the following twelve months. Phil Collins then said in a radio interview in April 2006 that the classic Genesis line-up was considering a new live-staging of The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway, but it was not to be. On 7th November 2006, Phil Collins, Tony Banks and Mike Rutherford announced they would be doing a twenty-date tour of Europe in the summer of 2007, with a North American tour to follow. A Live DVD of the final European night in Rome, where the band performed for 500,000 fans, was released May 26th 2008: 'When In Rome - Live 2007'.
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Genres:
Progressive Rock, Rock
Hometown:
Godalming, United Kingdom

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Send a request to Genesis to play in your city
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Live Photos of Genesis

Genesis at Nanterre, France in Paris La Défense Arena 2022
View All Photos

Genesis merchamazonview store

Foxtrot
$59.41
The Last Domino?
$69.99
Seconds Out
$41.21
Genesis T-Shirt
$16.60 - $25.06
Genesis the Platinum Collection
$49.71
Selling England by the Pound
$11.98
Foxtrot
$14.76
The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway
$14.98
Nursery Cryme
$16.81
A Trick of the Tail
$11.98
View All

Fan Reviews

John
December 20th 2022
Good to see, but I think they should retire.
Toronto, ON@
Scotiabank Arena
Sylvie
September 15th 2022
Magique 💕👍👌
Nanterre, France@
Paris La Défense Arena
Laurent
August 12th 2022
Superbe concert vous êtes les meilleurs TOP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Merci Laurent Laurent.eylettens@sfr.fr J'aimerais converser avec Phil car j'ai suivi tous ses concerts en Fiance. C'était surement mon dernier concert car gravement malade. Pour cela que je voudrais un retour du groupe. Merci d'avance Laurent
Nanterre, France@
Paris La Défense Arena
View More Fan Reviews

About Genesis

Genesis, formed in 1967 in Godalming, Surrey, England was one of the most popular progressive rock bands in the 1970s, 1980s and 1990s. During the 1970s, Peter Gabriel was the lead singer until his departure, when Phil Collins replaced him.

Starting as an amalgam of two bands formed by schoolboys attending Charterhouse School in Godalming, England, the original lineup consisted of Peter Gabriel, Anthony Phillips, Tony Banks, Mike Rutherford, and Chris Stewart, though Stewart was soon replaced as drummer by John Silver and then John Mayhew. By the end of 1970, Phillips and Mayhew had left the band, with Collins joining as drummer, and by early 1971, guitarist Steve Hackett had filled the gap left by Phillips. The lineup of Gabriel, Banks, Hackett, Rutherford, and Collins remained in place until Gabriel's departure in 1975.

During the period of 1970-1975, the band produced some of the most widely-acclaimed albums of the progressive rock era, including Nursery Cryme, Foxtrot (featuring the side-long epic 'Supper's Ready') and the seminal album Selling England by the Pound, which generated Genesis' first foray onto the charts with I Know What I Like (In Your Wardrobe). This lineup culminated with the band's magnum opus The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway in 1974. After the tour promoting the album, frontman Peter Gabriel left the group in mid 1975.

Genesis decided to continue writing as a four-piece, producing two albums (A Trick of the Tail and Wind & Wuthering), which found the band proving to themselves and to the world that they could move on after Gabriel's departure. Collins stepped up to fill the role of lead vocalist after countless auditions for a new singer proved fruitless by the completion of recording for A Trick Of The Tail. Hackett quietly departed after the Wind & Wuthering tour in 1977, feeling that his creative input for the band was being repressed.

Genesis then became a trio which began to move away from the dying embers of progressive rock. They established themselves as a more commercially-friendly outfit with the release of their 1978 LP And Then There Were Three, finding their first US hit with the single Follow You Follow Me.

Banks, Rutherford, and Collins became more adept at writing radio-friendly songs in the 1980s. This reached a peak with the release of 1986's Invisible Touch, in which more than half of the album's eight songs made it to the singles chart, including the title track, Land of Confusion, and In Too Deep. All three band members produced solo albums during Genesis' downtime in the 80s and 90s - most notably Collins' increasingly successful solo work, and Rutherford's sideline group Mike & The Mechanics which found moderate success - with evolving styles reflected both solo and when recording together as Genesis.

Collins left the group in 1996, and was replaced vocally by Ray Wilson, the lead singer of Scottish band Stiltskin. Israeli born drummer Nir Zidkyahu and Spock's Beard drummer Nick D'Virgilio stepped in to fill the drumming role. Their 1997 album Calling All Stations was unable to find worldwide success, and despite scoring a minor U.K. hit with Congo, the group slowly faded out of public consciousness. After the Calling All Stations tour, Wilson was released from the band, and Zidkyahu and D'Virgilio, having never been "official" band members, went their separate ways. The band, now down to only Tony Banks and Mike Rutherford, took a break from performing and recording.

In 1999 Banks, Rutherford, Collins, Gabriel, and Hackett collaborated to rerecord The Carpet Crawlers for a greatest hits compilation.

During the end of 2005, rumors spread that the band would reform again in its most famous five-man configuration. Genesis management stated that there were no current plans at that time, and that nothing would change in the following twelve months. Phil Collins then said in a radio interview in April 2006 that the classic Genesis line-up was considering a new live-staging of The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway, but it was not to be. On 7th November 2006, Phil Collins, Tony Banks and Mike Rutherford announced they would be doing a twenty-date tour of Europe in the summer of 2007, with a North American tour to follow. A Live DVD of the final European night in Rome, where the band performed for 500,000 fans, was released May 26th 2008: 'When In Rome - Live 2007'.
Show More
Genres:
Progressive Rock, Rock
Hometown:
Godalming, United Kingdom

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