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About Steve Hackett
Since the 1970s Steve Hackett has had a remarkable musical career, releasing more than 30 solo albums, seven Genesis albums and working alongside Steve Howe of Yes with supergroup GTR. Renowned for being one of the most innovative rock musicians of our time, in 2010 he was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.
See legendary artist live as he returns to the orchestral format, playing with his electric band plus orchestra in a special Genesis Revisited concert.
Off the back of his most successful solo tour yet, Hackett has announced that his 2020 – 21 world tour will feature the whole of the 1977 Genesis live album, Seconds Out, plus more!
Seconds Out was the hugely successful double album recorded on Genesis’ 1977 concert tour together with The Cinema Show, from their 1976 tour, and featured Steve on guitar alongside Mike Rutherford, Tony Banks and Phil Collins who had taken on the role of vocalist following the departure of Peter Gabriel. The tour included music from each of the six studio albums from Steve’s time in Genesis and marked his final recordings with the band as he left to pursue his solo career upon its completion.
The Seconds Out + More! tour will visit some of the venues Genesis played on that 1977 tour. There will also be additional material, including Steve’s solo concert favourite The Steppes to celebrate the 40th birthday of his fourth solo album Defector.
Find tickets for Steve Hackett on:
1 November – Brighton Dome
2 November – St David's Hall, Cardiff
3 November – Victoria Hall, Stoke
5 & 6 November – The Palladium, London
8 November – Edinburgh Playhouse
9 November – Dundee Caird Hall
10 November – Carlisle The Sands Centre
12 November – O2 City Hall Newcastle
13 November – The Baths Hall, Scunthorpe
14 November – St George's Concert Hall, Bradford
16 November – Mayflower Theatre, Southampton
17 November – Cambridge Corn Exchange
18 November – Oxford New Theatre
20 November – G Live, Guildford
21 November – Bexhill De La Warr Pavilion
23 November – Birmingham Symphony Hall
25 November – O2 Apollo Manchester
27 November – Leicester De Montfort Hall
28 November – Basingstoke Anvil
30 November – Liverpool Philharmonic
1 December – Glasgow Royal Concert Hall
Last updated: November, 2019