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Steve Hackett
Genesis Revisited - Foxtrot at Fifty & Hackett Highlights

Steve Hackett

Hot on the heels of his most successful solo tour ever, Steve Hackett announces his Genesis Revisited - Foxtrot at Fifty + Hackett Highlights tour. Marking the 50th anniversary of the legendary Genesis album Foxtrot which, in 1972, was pivotal in establishing the band as a major force in British rock.

Guitarist Steve Hackett joined Genesis in 1971, making his band debut on the Nursery Cryme album which enjoyed a greater commercial success in Europe than the UK. After extensive touring, the band were encouraged, by audience reactions, to further experiment with ever longer compositions and develop their ability to incorporate strong narratives. This, in turn, allowed frontman Peter Gabriel more opportunity to indulge in the theatrics which helped to raise the band’s profile.

'I think Foxtrot was a terrific achievement for Genesis at that time...I think there is not one weak track on the album, they all have their strong points and I’m really looking forward to doing the whole album live.'
Steve Hackett
Foxtrot was critically acclaimed and became the first Genesis album to make the UK album charts. The Genesis Revisited - Foxtrot at Fifty + Hackett Highlights show also promises more Genesis favourites and highlights from Hackett’s extensive solo catalogue.

  • Sat 8 Oct 7:45pm £55/£45/£39.50

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