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
Sting and Peter Gabriel Announce 'Rock Paper Scissors' Tour
Sting and Peter Gabriel are going on the road together this summer, teaming up for a run of co-headlining dates they've called the Rock Paper Scissors tour.
Peter Gabriel Told His Own Story With the 'Passion' Soundtrack
He omitted the standard music cues used in films, instead creating a fully realized album.
How Peter Gabriel Found His Art-Rock Voice on His Third Album
Before he sounded like a man with so many ideas that he couldn't focus on any particular one long enough to refine it.
Watch Peter Gabriel Sing David Bowie's 'Heroes' at the Berlin Wall
In Berlin yesterday, a celebration was thrown to mark the 25th anniversary of the collapse of the Berlin Wall.
Foreigner vs. Peter Gabriel - Ultimate Classic Rock Hall of Fame, Round One
100-percent fan-decided balloting continues as Foreigner and Peter Gabriel square off.
Peter Gabriel Cancels Ukraine Concert Due To Concerns About Security
The current unrest in Ukraine has forced Peter Gabriel to cancel his concert there tonight (May 10).