Steve Hackett and his band perform at Portsmouth Guildhall on 13 November 2019

Steve Hackett’s Genesis Revisited On Tour Now

Phil Collins, Mike Rutherford and Tony Banks are touring their Last Domino show in the UK through September and October. Whilst this last hurrah has picked up much press attention, another extensive (and much Covid delayed) tour of Genesis music is taking place at the same time in the form of Steve Hackett’s Genesis Revisited.

Hackett, who left the band in 1977 keeps the earlier music of the band alive in a way that the official version of Genesis sadly doesn’t.

The latest tour by Steve and his band will see them play the whole of the iconic live album Seconds Out, the final Genesis record upon which Hackett appeared. Fans can expect material from earlier albums including the 23-minute opus Supper’s Ready and the classic The Cinema Show, complete with its extended instrumental ending.

Seconds Out also contains much of the later work of the band as a four-piece; post the departure of Peter Gabriel but prior to Hackett’s leaving.

For many Genesis fans, Seconds Out and the music it features, represents the very best the band had to offer. Catching it being performed by Steve Hackett and his band of supremely accomplished musicians is an opportunity they really ought not to miss.

Steve Hackett’s Genesis Revisited Seconds Out + More Tour continues through September and October at the following venues:

17 September 2021 – St David’s Hall, Cardiff
18 September 2021 – The Anvil, Basingstoke
20 September 2021 – Palladium, London
21 September 2021 – Palladium, London
22 September 2021 – Palladium, London
24 September 2021 – O2 Apollo, Manchester
25 September 2021 – Playhouse, Edinburgh
27 September 2021 – Royal Concert Hall, Glasgow
30 September 2021 – The Baths Hall, Scunthorpe
01 October 2021 – St George’s Hall, Bradford
02 October 2021 – Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham
04 October 2021 – Fairfield Halls, Croydon
05 October 2021 – G Live, Guildford
07 October 2021 – Dome, Brighton
08 October 2021 – Lighthouse, Poole
09 October 2021 – De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhil
11 October 2021 – Mayflower, Southampton
12 October 2021 – Pavilions, Plymouth
14 October 2021 – The Sands Centre, Carlisle
15 October 2021 – Stockton Globe, Stockton
16 October 2021 – O2 City Hall, Newcastle
18 October 2021 – Waterside, Aylesbury
19 October 2021 – New Theatre, Oxford
21 October 2021 – Cresset, Peterborough
22 October 2021 – Royal Hall, Harrogate
23 October 2021 – Caird Hall, Dundee

Further details and associated links for tickets can be found on Steve Hackett’s website.

Words by Simon Reed.

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