Genesis in 1972. (L-R) Phil Collins, Mike Rutherford, Tony Banks, Peter Gabriel & Steve Hackett
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Genesis Reunite For Upcoming U.K. 2020 Tour
In their first tour since a 2007, revered English rock staples Genesis have announced they will reunite once again for an eight-date United Kingdom tour. The trek will see original members of the '70s/'80s powerhouse band—Phil Collins, Tony Banks and Mike Rutherford—taking the stage with Phil’s son, Nic Collins, supporting on drums and frequent Genesis/Collins touring member Daryl Steurmer.
The short-run of U.K. dates will kick off on Nov. 23 at the M&S Bank Arena in Liverpool, and will run through Dec. 11, where the tour will wrap with a Glasgow performance at The SSE Hydro. The band will make stops in London, Manchester, Leeds and Newcastle along the way. See the full listing of tour dates and locations in the social post below.
Genesis clocked five GRAMMY nominations and one win throughout their stint. They were first nominated in 1984 in the Best Rock Instrumental Performance and Best Rock Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocal, for their ubiquitous self-titled album. The band received their golden gramophone at the 30th GRAMMY Awards in 1988, for the “Land of Confusion” music video. for
The band's last release came in the form of their 15th full-length studio album, Calling All Stations.
Tickets for the Last Domino Tour go on sale this Fri., March 6 at 9 a.m. local time and will be available for purchase here.