The Full Text of Peter Gabriel's Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Speech
The transcription of Peter Gabriel's speech at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
Peter Gabriel Performs Three Songs at Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction
Peter Gabriel performed three of his classics after he was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
Peter Gabriel Inducted Into Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
Coldplay's Chris Martin inducted Peter Gabriel into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
Kiss, Linda Ronstadt, Peter Gabriel + More Voted Into Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
Kiss, Linda Ronstadt, Peter Gabriel, Nirvana, Hall & Oates and Cat Stevens have been elected into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame's 2014 class. That means Deep Purple, Yes and the Zombies are among the nominees who were not chosen this year.
Peter Gabriel Talks New Music, Tour and Genesis Reunion
It's been only 13 years since Peter Gabriel released an album of new material, so we probably have a little while to go before he's ready to emerge with his next batch of songs. In the meantime, he's busy on the road, in the studio and -- in a recent Rolling Stone interview -- answeri…
Peter Gabriel Releases Remixed Version of 'So' Outtake
Peter Gabriel's landmark album 'So' reached its 25 anniversary a couple of years ago, when fans were treated to a deluxe reissue. Among the bonus tracks on that release was a demo of a previously unreleased song called 'Courage.' But Gabriel isn't done with it yet: He r…
Bruce Springsteen and Peter Gabriel Headline 'Human Rights Concerts' DVD Box
Live performances from some of rock's biggest names will make their home-video debut on the new box set '¡RELEASED! The Human Rights Concerts 1986-1998,' due Nov. 5.
Phish Invite Peter Gabriel to Perform 'The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway' Onstage
Peter Gabriel performing the complete classic Genesis album 'The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway' onstage? It could happen, and with Phish as Gabriel's backing band.
Peter Gabriel on '70s Punk: 'It Used to Piss Me Off'
The story of punk's ascendancy in the '70s often frames the music as a raw, working-class reaction to the bloated, overly self-serious rock of the day. But as Peter Gabriel reminded us during a recent interview, the truth wasn't always so cut and dried.