With a career that spans back over 50 years, Genesis are arguably one of the more underrated British rock groups of the ’70s, having released 15 albums over the band’s lifetime.
With his new live opus, Wuthering Nights: Live in Birmingham, former Genesis guitarist gave Kyle Meredith a call to talk about the LP’s 40th anniversary celebration of Wind & Wuthering, as well as performing cuts from the multicultural studio record, The Night Siren.
Next month, Phil Collins is set to tour South America, the latest leg in his "Not Dead Yet Tour." As part of his musical comeback, Collins has also written a memoir and reissued his back catalog.
Anthony was the original guitarist and a key songwriter in Genesis 1967–1970 (establishing their "pastoral" sound), released some prog rock albums in the '70s, then shifted largely to a mix of acoustic guitar pieces and synth soundscapes, often for soundtracks.