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Amy Birks Solo Debut

Voted Best Female Vocalist 2017 in Prog Mag’s 2018, and formerly a founder member of The Beatrix Players the winners of 2017’s Limelight Award, Amy Birks has released her first solo album, All That I Am and All That I Was. Pre-empted by the release of two singles ‘Jamaica Inn’ and’ I Wish’, the album features special guest appearances, and ...

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No Time Out for Hackett

Following his most successful solo tour yet, where he over 30 thousand tickets in the UK, Steve Hackett has announced that his 2020/21 World Tour will feature the whole of the 1977 Genesis live album Seconds Out in full, plus more! Seconds Out was the hugely successful double album recorded on Genesis’ 1977 concert tour together with ‘The Cinema Show’, ...

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Steve Hackett – 18th November 2019, Birmingham Symphony Hall

Red spotlights shine down from on high, crisscrossing across the stage as Steve Hackett and his band walk on collectively. The guitarist sporting a red scarf, gold Les Paul and otherwise black apparel. As apparently are the rest of those on stage – The in-look for rock acts no longer in the first flush of youth, offering as it does ...

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Hackett Warm in the Afterglow

Legendary guitarist Steve Hackett is half way through his current UK tour where he has found a warm reception from fans, so much so that they can continue to feel the love with the video release of ‘Afterglow’ from his recent CD/DVD live release Genesis Revisited Band & Orchestra: Live. “The huge team with band and orchestra adds a rich ...

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New Steve Hackett Video

Currently touring North America Steve Hackett has released new video footage worldwide, featuring another exert from his forthcoming release Genesis Revisited Band & Orchestra: Live. Previously he released the Genesis track ‘Dancing With The Moonlit Knight’ that you can watch again at RAMzine by clicking here. Now, he’s released a solo track, ‘The Steppes’. “I think this is the most powerful ...

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Hackett Dancing with Moonlit Knight

Ahead of the release of Genesis Revisited Band and Orchestra: Live at the Royal Festival Hall legendary guitarist Steve Hackett has released a live video featuring the first track. ‘Dancing with the Moonlit Knight’ first appeared on the classic Selling England By The Pound album by Genesis, as the band hit a particular creative high mark.  This new release will be ...

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Hackett Royal Festival Hall Shows Revisited

Steve Hackett has announced the release of a 2CD + Blu-Ray digipak titled Genesis Revisited Band & Orchestra: Live at the Royal Festival Hall for release on 25th October 2019 through InsideOutMusic. Recorded on 5th October 2018, it fulfilled a long held ambition of the guitarist’s: to perform the music of Genesis with a live orchestra. Conducted by Bradley Thachuk, ...

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Steve Hackett Interview & Songs

Steve Hackett has just released ‘Beasts in Our Time’ the third single to be taken from his new album At the Edge of Light released on 25th January. “The track ‘Beasts In Our Time’ is the main thrust of this album, exposing fear, greed and intolerance,” said Hackett. “The eagle in the video symbolises the hatred and violence which nationalism breeds… And the ...

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Steve Hackett – At The Edge Of Light

Steve Hackett is a stellar guitarist and a hugely significant and influential figure in prog-rock. From his time with Genesis between 1971-77, when they were at their most creative, and from his career as a solo artist, he’s always been unafraid to mix things up and, on his new album, At The Edge of Light, his 26th studio album, he’s ...

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Steve Hackett – Under The Eye of The Sun

‘Under The Eye of The Sun’ is new video release from progmeister Steve Hackett, ahead of his 26th solo album At The Edge Of Light  that will itself be released on 25th January 2019 through Inside Out Music. Describing At The Edge Of Light Hackett remarked how: “The contrast between dark and light weaves its way throughout the album in many ...

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