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.
How Genesis Bid Final Goodbye to Their Past on ‘Three Sides Live’
'Three Sides Live' captures Genesis as they strike an on-stage balance between their two musical worlds.
How Genesis’ ‘Pure Prog’ Era Ended With ‘Spot the Pigeon’
It's easy to forget 'Spot the Pigeon,' but that's fine with Genesis: Most of them wish it didn't exist.
Steve Hackett on Genesis’ Legacy, New Music and More: Exclusive Interview
With the release of The Night Siren, former Genesis guitarist Steve Hackett has unveiled his latest creative exploration.
When Genesis Said Goodbye to Steve Hackett on ‘Wind & Wuthering’
'Wind & Wuthering' feels autumnal, less direct and nowhere near as frisky as Genesis' later projects – and there's a reason for that.
45 Years Ago: Genesis Begin an Exciting New Era on ‘Nursery Cryme’
Genesis' 'Nursery Cryme' served more as a signpost for future breakthroughs than a stand-alone accomplishment.
25 Years Ago: Genesis Reconvene For One Last Phil Collins Album, ‘We Can’t Dance’
When Genesis entered the studio to record 'We Can't Dance,' they were coming off their biggest commercial success – and headed for a major change.
That Time Genesis Mixed Prog and New Wave on ‘Abacab’
Popular opinion places the line between Genesis' prog and pop eras at the moment Peter Gabriel packed up his flower outfit and split, but the truth is, the group underwent a slower evolution.