Well, consider those rumors officially cooled.
Genesis and Peter Gabriel are getting back together. Well, sort of.
Original members Tony Banks, Phil Collins, Peter Gabriel, Steve Hackett and Mike Rutherford reunited for the first time since 1975.
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It was announced this morning (March 6th) that Queen was bringing American Idol alum Adam Lambert on board as its lead singer for a summer trek across North America. While no one can ever replace […]
Phil Collins doesn’t want to play Coachella, mostly because he’s not exactly sure what it is.
“I’m focused on music, technology and benefit projects in pretty equal parts at the moment,” he told Rolling Stone magazine.
In an interview with German newspaper Bild Am Sonntag, (which we saw via England’s The Guardian) the 62-year-old drummer says he may return to touring or recording, or both.
We spoke to producer Hugh Padgham about the album that took the band from being a progressive rock group to a pop juggernaut, though with one foot still planted firmly in their experimental roots. Plus: what hip-hop song proved to be the inspiration of “Mama?”
Not Fade Away looks at some of the greatest albums of the past few decades as they celebrate significant anniversaries. This week we focus on the 1973 Genesis release ‘Selling England By The Pound.’ Genesis guitarist Steve Hackett offers insight into what made the album so unique.