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Genesis started their „Wind & Wuthering“ tour at the Rainbow Theatre in London on 1st January 1977. They played the venue for three nights. Those shows were the first with Chester Thompson on drums. Also, the tour was the last with guitarist Steve Hackett.
„Genesis history: The Rainbow shows in January 1977“ weiterlesen
On 15 March 2010, Genesis were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Phil Collins, Mike Rutherford, Tony Banks and Steve Hackett were present alongside live members Chester Thompson and Daryl Stuermer. Peter Gabriel did not attend the event. The band was inducted by Phish frontman Trey Anastasio.
„Genesis history: Induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2010“ weiterlesen
„Inside Bucks Row“ is the first of a number of planned volumes on the Whitechapel Murders by author Steve Blomer. It deals with the first of the Jack the Ripper murders, that of Mary Ann „Polly“ Nichols in Buck’s Row on 31 August 1888. In his book, Blomer examines all the details surrounding the murder and the murder location. Nichols‘ murder has never been examined more thoroughly.
„Review: Steven E Blomer – Inside Bucks Row – Mary Ann Nichols: An Anatomy of Murder (The Whitechapel Murders Project: Book 1)“ weiterlesen
40 years of „Duke“! On this album, Genesis went back to jamming together instead of bringing in individual songs. Let’s take a look back on the album that produced the instant classic „Turn It On Again“.
„Review: Genesis – Duke (1980)“ weiterlesen
The world’s most famous detective Sherlock Holmes was created by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle in 1887. Holmes and his companion Dr John Watson have become iconic characters. The most recent fame came with the BBC series Sherlock, in which Holmes and Watson investigate in modern day London. The series was created by Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss (who also plays Sherlock’s brother Mycroft).
It stars Benedict Cumberbatch as Sherlock Holmes and Martin Freeman as Dr John Watson. The show is a huge success all over the world.
So I’ve decided to show you around some of the London filming locations used in series one of the show. Let us dive into the city, of which Dr Watson writes in A Study in Scarlet: „that great cesspool into which all the loungers and idlers of the Empire are irresistibly drained.“
„Sherlock: The London filming locations of series one“ weiterlesen
On 28 March 1996, Phil Collins‘ departure from Genesis was officially announced in a press release: „Genesis end twenty-year experiment, decide to replace Peter Gabriel as vocalist.“ It was the end of an era. Here’s the story of his (temporary) departure.
„Genesis history: Phil Collins‘ departure from Genesis in 1996“ weiterlesen
In 1975, Peter Gabriel left Genesis. After unsuccessfully auditioning for a new singer, drummer Phil Collins took over and sang on „A Trick Of The Tail“ (1976), the first album after Gabriel’s departure. But he did not want to sing on the following tour. This is the story of how he became Genesis frontman.
„Genesis history: Phil Collins‘ first show as frontman“ weiterlesen
„Death and the City“ is a collection of twelve short stories by David Charnick. Each of them deals with the topic of death – well, more with the connection of death and life in London. Or rather: With the ever-existing presence of death and the dead in London.
„Review: David Charnick – Death and the City“ weiterlesen
In February 1968, Genesis‘ debut single „The Silent Sun“ was released on Decca Records. Peter Gabriel was just 18 when it came out. Let’s take a look at the band’s first single!
„Review: Genesis – The Silent Sun (1968)“ weiterlesen