Steve Hackett plotting Genesis reunion

  • Bang Showbiz
  • 23 March 2017
Steve Hackett

Steve Hackett

Steve Hackett is in talks with Peter Gabriel to reform Genesis

Steve Hackett is in talks with his Genesis band mate Peter Gabriel to reunite the legendary prog rock band.

The 67-year-old guitarist - who was in the 'Invisible Touch' group from 1971 to 1977 - might be busy promoting his solo career, but he is all for getting back together with the original line up, which also included Mike Rutherford on bass.

He told the MailOnline: "A Genesis reunion is possible.

"I'm speaking to Peter to find out what he thinks about the state of the world. I'm trying my best, believe me. I won't say any more because I don't want to raise expectations."

Several members of Genesis have spoke of a potential reunion including Phil Collins, who played drums and later fronted the rock group when Peter left the prog incarnation of the band in 1975.

He previously said he is interested in reforming with his old band mates, Tony Banks and Mike, but only if he could take on singing duties as he can no longer play the drums due to a long-standing neck injury and a bad back.

Of a possible reunion, he said: "We could probably put to bed the Peter Gabriel Genesis, especially if I can't really play that well. In my eyes that would be my role - I'd go back behind the drums."

And keyboard player Tony previously told BANG Showbiz of a possible reunion: "I'd love to say that we are, but I know nothing of it.

"It's never a problem for me really. Mike and I see each other a lot and we are always up for anything really. The problem really is Phil is not quite able to do what he did in the past, but we never say never."

The 66-year-old musician thinks it would be great to play the same set they did in 2007 on the 'Turn It On Again' tour.

Tony was adamant just because they are "getting a bit older" a reunion is still a possibility because they "all get on" still.

He explained: "Despite what you might read sometimes we all get on. I'd love to do the tour we did before in 2007 with Daryl Stuermer and Chester Thompson. We are all getting a bit older, but we are all still alive."


1. Lou Diamond21 Apr 2017, 5:37pm Report

Prior to this statement I met with Steve Hackett at a meet and greet for one of his shows. I asked him about the song "The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway" being eerily similar to 9/11 and how it gives credence to us living in a simulation. As he agreed how uncanny the words coincide with 9/11 he became very somber, it may have even been some form of unwitting guilt saying 'It wasn't done on purpose" . at that point it hit me, I was looking for an answer to a simulation. He wanted no part of being a perp of such a nasty deed. I felt bad, I didn't want to blame an *unwitting* rock star on getting sucked into this Invisible Hand on a ritual of mass murder. I can't imagine too many people who would walk away from getting the 'advanced drip'.

Here are just some of the rubs that got me...

*The song was written 27 years prior to 9/11 in 1974.

*The writer, Peter Gabriel, has talked about being possessed and having visions in deep states.

*The album was recorded in Alistar Crowley's recording studio (Same as Stairway to Heaven)from the Occult

* First The Lamb lies down on Broadway 9/11. Then as it carves out angering a blood red band, it destroys tomorrow by an unknown hand, as The Light Dies Down on Broadway.

If you read these lyrics very carefully, you can't deny these songs describe 9/11 and the yet to come false flag of 9/11 part2.

In the end, Steve Hackett was not very engaging. He never admitted anything, but never denied any of it. He only used used words such as 'uncanny' 'quite possible' and 'it wasn't on purpose'.

Shortly after my meet and greet with this amazing musician he did come out with this statement.

"I'm speaking to Peter to find out what he thinks about the state of the world. I'm trying my best, believe me. I won't say any more because I don't want to raise expectations."

Imo, If you want the proof that the Occult is real, which is also proof of living in a simulation. You will never get closer than I have without feeling the fallout.

Godspeed Steve Hackett!

This video and their album is the info that may ties this together. Got the stones to run with it, The List?

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