Peter Gabriel will revisit his Encore Series for the winter leg of his Back To Front tour.
There was a collective sigh of relief as Peter Gabriel sang the opening notes of his first gig in Birmingham for 10 years.
Singer songwriter and progressive rock legend Peter Gabriel rolled back the years last night as he brought his iconic album So to the Metro Radio Arena.
From prog-rock visionary with Genesis to unlikely pop trailblazer in the 1980s to world music grandee in more recent times, Peter Gabriel has had quite an innings. It’s little wonder that such an eclectic back catalogue results in a delightfully offbeat and strange show.
"Over all these years, I've found it's a lot safer to get the applause at the beginning." Peter Gabriel there, cracking a joke as he pulls up a stool and explains what's going to happen.
I still think Red Rocks Amphitheatre is the best outdoor venue in the world to see a concert and, apparently, Peter Gabriel shares the feeling, since he opened the show by saying. "It’s very good to be back here, in what must be the world’s most beautiful arena."