For the first time since an impromptu performance of "I Know What I Like (In Your Wardrobe)" at a Steve Hackett show in 1983, Peter Gabriel has performed a Genesis song live in concert.
The performance took place on July 24 in Edmonton, Canada, and the tune in question was none-other than the band's all-time classic, the opening track of 1973's "Selling England by the Pound," the one and only "Dancing with the Moonlit Knight."
The show was a part of Gabriel's joint tour with Sting, and while the song found its place on the setlist throughout the trek, this was the first time Peter chimed in on the vocals.
The man performed only the first segment of the tune, and then the rest of the band to jumped into "Message in a Bottle."
The show's setlist featured a mixture of Gabriel and Sting tracks, and the "Moonlit Knight" was the only Genesis song they performed.
Check it all out below.
Sting & Peter Gabriel Live at Rexall Place, Edmonton, AB, Canada, July 24, 2016
1. The Rhythm of the Heat (Peter Gabriel song)
2. If I Ever Lose My Faith in You (Sting song)
3. Digging in the Dirt (Peter Gabriel song)
4. Invisible Sun (The Police song)
5. Games Without Frontiers (Peter Gabriel song)
6. Shock the Monkey (Peter Gabriel song)
7. Secret World (Peter Gabriel song)
8. Driven to Tears (The Police song)
9. Fragile (Sting song)
10. Red Rain (Peter Gabriel song)
11. Dancing With the Moonlit Knight (Genesis song)
12. Message in a Bottle (The Police song)
13. Don't Give Up (Peter Gabriel song)
14. The Hounds of Winter (Sting song)
15. Big Time (Peter Gabriel song)
16. Englishman in New York (Sting song)
17. Solsbury Hill (Peter Gabriel song)
18. Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic (The Police song)
19. If You Love Somebody Set Them Free (Sting song)
20. Roxanne (The Police song) (with "Ain't No Sunshine" snippet)
21. Love Can Heal (Peter Gabriel song)
22. Desert Rose (Sting song)
23. In Your Eyes (Peter Gabriel song)
24. Every Breath You Take (The Police song)
25. Sledgehammer (Peter Gabriel song)
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