GENESIS - The evolution of a cult band

Shortly after each other Steve Hackett (12.2.), Peter Gabriel (13.2.) and Tony Banks (27.3.) celebrate their 70th birthday in these days, followed by Mike Rutherford (2.10.) in October. Together with Phil Collins, just turned 69, they form the classic 70s line-up of Genesis. While Hackett and Collins only joined the group later, the other three met at an elite boarding school where music offered them a free space in the midst of conservative structures. eclipsed traces the early years of the band, from the first musical steps to the release of "Trespass", their first prog album. Peter Gabriel in the "historical interview" of 1971 and the former road manager Richard Macphail remember this exciting time, and we also talked to Steve Hackett about his birthday and his work with Genesis.

GENESIS - The evolution of a cult band

Shortly after each other Steve Hackett (12.2.), Peter Gabriel (13.2.) and Tony Banks (27.3.) celebrate their 70th birthday in these days, followed by Mike Rutherford (2.10.) in October. Together with Phil Collins, just turned 69, they form the classic 70s line-up of Genesis. While Hackett and Collins only joined the group later, the other three met at an elite boarding school where music offered them a free space in the midst of conservative structures. eclipsed traces the early years of the band, from the first musical steps to the release of "Trespass", their first prog album. Peter Gabriel in the "historical interview" of 1971 and the former road manager Richard Macphail remember this exciting time, and we also talked to Steve Hackett about his birthday and his work with Genesis.

GENESIS - The evolution of a cult band

Shortly after each other Steve Hackett (12.2.), Peter Gabriel (13.2.) and Tony Banks (27.3.) celebrate their 70th birthday in these days, followed by Mike Rutherford (2.10.) in October. Together with Phil Collins, just turned 69, they form the classic 70s line-up of Genesis. While Hackett and Collins only joined the group later, the other three met at an elite boarding school where music offered them a free space in the midst of conservative structures. eclipsed traces the early years of the band, from the first musical steps to the release of "Trespass", their first prog album. Peter Gabriel in the "historical interview" of 1971 and the former road manager Richard Macphail remember this exciting time, and we also talked to Steve Hackett about his birthday and his work with Genesis.

GENESIS - The evolution of a cult band

Shortly after each other Steve Hackett (12.2.), Peter Gabriel (13.2.) and Tony Banks (27.3.) celebrate their 70th birthday in these days, followed by Mike Rutherford (2.10.) in October. Together with Phil Collins, just turned 69, they form the classic 70s line-up of Genesis. While Hackett and Collins only joined the group later, the other three met at an elite boarding school where music offered them a free space in the midst of conservative structures. eclipsed traces the early years of the band, from the first musical steps to the release of "Trespass", their first prog album. Peter Gabriel in the "historical interview" of 1971 and the former road manager Richard Macphail remember this exciting time, and we also talked to Steve Hackett about his birthday and his work with Genesis.

GENESIS - The evolution of a cult band

Shortly after each other Steve Hackett (12.2.), Peter Gabriel (13.2.) and Tony Banks (27.3.) celebrate their 70th birthday in these days, followed by Mike Rutherford (2.10.) in October. Together with Phil Collins, just turned 69, they form the classic 70s line-up of Genesis. While Hackett and Collins only joined the group later, the other three met at an elite boarding school where music offered them a free space in the midst of conservative structures. eclipsed traces the early years of the band, from the first musical steps to the release of "Trespass", their first prog album. Peter Gabriel in the "historical interview" of 1971 and the former road manager Richard Macphail remember this exciting time, and we also talked to Steve Hackett about his birthday and his work with Genesis.

GENESIS - The evolution of a cult band

Shortly after each other Steve Hackett (12.2.), Peter Gabriel (13.2.) and Tony Banks (27.3.) celebrate their 70th birthday in these days, followed by Mike Rutherford (2.10.) in October. Together with Phil Collins, just turned 69, they form the classic 70s line-up of Genesis. While Hackett and Collins only joined the group later, the other three met at an elite boarding school where music offered them a free space in the midst of conservative structures. eclipsed traces the early years of the band, from the first musical steps to the release of "Trespass", their first prog album. Peter Gabriel in the "historical interview" of 1971 and the former road manager Richard Macphail remember this exciting time, and we also talked to Steve Hackett about his birthday and his work with Genesis.

GENESIS - The evolution of a cult band

Shortly after each other Steve Hackett (12.2.), Peter Gabriel (13.2.) and Tony Banks (27.3.) celebrate their 70th birthday in these days, followed by Mike Rutherford (2.10.) in October. Together with Phil Collins, just turned 69, they form the classic 70s line-up of Genesis. While Hackett and Collins only joined the group later, the other three met at an elite boarding school where music offered them a free space in the midst of conservative structures. eclipsed traces the early years of the band, from the first musical steps to the release of "Trespass", their first prog album. Peter Gabriel in the "historical interview" of 1971 and the former road manager Richard Macphail remember this exciting time, and we also talked to Steve Hackett about his birthday and his work with Genesis.

GENESIS - The evolution of a cult band

Shortly after each other Steve Hackett (12.2.), Peter Gabriel (13.2.) and Tony Banks (27.3.) are celebrating their 70th birthday these days, followed by Mike Rutherford (2.10.) in October. Together with Phil Collins, just turned 69, they form the classic 70s line-up of Genesis. While Hackett and Collins only joined the group later, the other three met at an elite boarding school where music offered them a free space in the midst of conservative structures. eclipsed traces the early years of the band, from the first musical steps to the release of "Trespass", their first prog album. Peter Gabriel in the "historical interview" of 1971 and the former road manager Richard Macphail remember this exciting time, and we also talked to Steve Hackett about his birthday and his work with Genesis.