Why Genesis Had to Keep Shedding Members: Exclusive Interview
For Genesis, chart success really was a matter of addition by subtraction.
There Won’t Be a Supergroup Featuring Genesis’ Tony Banks: Exclusive Interview
Though he has certainly worked with lots of famous folks, Tony Banks calls supergroups "a little off-putting."
Why Genesis Started Writing Shorter Songs: Exclusive Interview
As Phil Collins took over for singer Peter Gabriel, Genesis shifted toward more concise, radio-friendly singles.
Why Genesis’ Tony Banks Left Progressive Rock Behind: Exclusive Interview
Tony Banks' music has been dotted with oboes and cornets since releasing 2004's 'Seven' – not synthesizer solos and tom-tom fills.
Tony Banks Says Genesis Are Probably Done for Good: Exclusive Interview
Phil Collins' halting return to the stage has inevitably sparked new questions about another rebirth for Genesis.
Tony Banks Doubts Genesis Reunion Would Be Good Enough
Tony Banks said that the 50th anniversary of debut Genesis single “The Silent Sun” calls for “some great commemoration” – but he’s not certain that will include a reunion.
Steve Hackett Told Genesis ‘Call Me’ If Reunion Is Planned
Steve Hackett suggested that Genesis considered a reunion to mark an anniversary of 'The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway.'
Tony Banks Open to Genesis Reunion After Seeing Phil Collins Show
Genesis keyboardist Tony Banks is open to the idea of a reunion with colleagues Phil Collins and Mike Rutherford after recently attending one of Collins’s solo shows.
Steve Hackett Celebrates Genesis: ‘I Do Love the Music’
Steve Hackett's hard drive, much like his brain, is crammed with music.
20 Years Ago: How Genesis’ Final Makeover Attempt Failed on ‘Calling All Stations’
Genesis had replaced a frontman before, so Phil Collins' departure didn't initially give Mike Rutherford too much pause.