How 70s proggers, blues rockers, and psychedelic popsters put the humble flute out front.
Mike Rutherford has had his memoir, the first by any member of Genesis, published in paperback. ‘The Living Years’ appeared in hardback in January.
Rumours of some form of concert reunion of Genesis have been set back by an announcement by Phil Collins that he is not ready to return to full live shows.
uDiscover previews prog's big night, as Prog Magazine stages its third annual Progressive Music Awards tomorrow (September 11).
A brand new Genesis collection, the three-CD anthology ‘R-Kive,’ will be released by Virgin EMI/Universal Music Catalogue on September 29.
‘Three Sides Live,’ the Genesis concert film, goes Blu-Ray on November 3.
Steve Hackett's producer John Acock talks exclusively to uDiscover about the 9 Steve Hackett albums he produced. This is program 3out of 3.
Steve Hackett's producer John Acock talks exclusively to uDiscover about the 9 Steve Hackett albums he produced. This is program 2 out of 3.
Steve Hackett's producer John Acock talks exclusively to uDiscover about the 9 Steve Hackett albums he produced. This is program 1 out of 3.
After five members of the 1970s line-up of Genesis reunited recently for an upcoming BBC documentary, Tony Banks has not ruled out a Genesis reunion.
They’re back! Or will be. Banks, Collins, Gabriel, Hackett and Rutherford, the original line-up of Genesis will reunite for the first time since 1975...
uDiscover has curated a playlist of some of the best prog music out there in order to celebrate the weekend with an unbeatable Prog Rock playlist.
Our musical experts have curated one of the most fascinating playlists we've ever attempted.
Every week we’ll let our Spotify music app take the wheel & add 10 new tracks with historical links to see where we end up!
What is Prog Rock? Rick Wakeman stated that for musicians, it 'wasn’t just about breaking the rules, but knowing which rules to break in the first place!'
Virgin is in everything from finance to mobile phones, health & fitness to holidays, trains, an airline and a record label, but all that was to come…