TRIBUTE band Genesis Legacy will be bringing some of the timeless classics of the great British rock band to the Redditch Palace Theatre on October 10.
The evening will celebrate the music of Phil Collins, Peter Gabriel, Mike Rutherford’s ‘Mike and the Mechanics’, Steve Hackett and of course, Genesis themselves.
Audiences will be able to enjoy the likes of ‘Sledgehammer’, ‘Sussudio’ and ‘All I Need is a Miracle’ alongside classic Genesis hits such as ‘Invisible Touch’ and ‘Turn it on’
The music of Genesis has been listened to across the world since the band formed in Surrey in 1967.
They’ve had eight top ten singles in the UK top 10 charts and to date have sold somewhere in the region of 130million albums.
The show will also pay its respects to Tony Bands and Steve Hackett, who’s dual careers after Genesis aren’t perhaps as well known, with a homage to some of their best known works.
Genesis Legacy is run, managed and performed by six fans of the iconic band, including award winning band member Chris Hayward, who have been performing since 2017.
The performance promises two hours of immersive music and the chance for a sing along, and will begin at 7.30pm.
Tickets are available from the Palace Theatre box office or on www.redditchpalacetheatre.co.uk priced at £19 each.