Peter Gabriel was the singer of Genesis from 1966 through 1975, the era marked by onstage theatrics and 25-minute songs about flowers and lawnmowers. (When he left for a solo career, drummer Phil Collins took over vocals, and the group became one of the '80s' biggest.) From 1977 to 1982, Gabriel released four solo albums, all titled 'Peter Gabriel.' In 1986, he released 'So,' which sold more than five million copies and spawned the hit singles 'Sledgehammer' and 'In Your Eyes.' The follow-up LP, 1992's 'Us,' reached No. 2. In between, he scored the movie 'The Last Temptation of Christ.' An active political voice and world-music champion, Gabriel helped finance the World of Music Arts and Dance (WOMAD) festival
How Peter Gabriel’s ‘So’ Artwork Defined Him for a Decade
Designer Peter Saville was called in after time and money was used up for 1986 album.
How Bob Ezrin Helped Peter Gabriel Escape from Genesis
Producer recalls assembling band of “psychopathic experts” that gave singer “confidence and swagger.”
Tony Levin Loves Remote Recording and Dancing With Peter Gabriel
Bassist has appeared on countless sessions, but the former Genesis frontman remains his longest-standing collaborator.
Who Sang the Most Genesis Songs? Lead Vocal Totals
Peter Gabriel, Phil Collins and Ray Wilson — we looked through the band's catalog and ranked the results.
Genesis Reunion With Gabriel, Hackett Would Need ‘Weird' Set List
Phil Collins, Mike Rutherford and Tony Banks say they have no plans for a new album.
Why Steve Harris Avoided Ian Anderson and Peter Gabriel
Iron Maiden bassist didn’t want to appear like a “fanboy” even though he felt like one.
Listen to Early Live Version of Peter Gabriel’s ‘Solsbury Hill’
Recording from 1978 appears on ‘Flotsam and Jetsam’ collection of rarities.
Peter Gabriel’s U.K. Music Festival at Risk Over Brexit
Organizers are struggling with visa issues as they try to assemble artists from 128 nations for this weekend's Womad festival.
How Peter Gabriel Began a Journey Toward Success With 'Security'
The former Genesis frontman's long-awaited fourth self-titled solo album began with the rhythm.