Steve Hackett is back on tour. First date: City Winery, Nashville, in the USA. HERE ARE THE VIDEOS (posted on Instagram by Ryan Talbot @ rtalbot7):
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After being in fact among the protagonists of the Giants of Rock Festival 2017 in Butlins, Minehead, England, on January 29th and from February 7th to 11th with the Cruise To The Edge, Steve started the official tour.
Here is the first image and the first Twitter post, which commented on the evening at Giants of Rock, advance of the Tour which will also bring it to Italy.
The first gig of the tour last night in Minehead, UK was tremendous fun ... pic.twitter.com/BwGCfEkFiT
- Steve Hackett (@HackettOfficial) January 30 2017
On the Tour Steve Hackett revisits the classics of Genesis in particular he celebrated the 40th anniversary of Wind & Wuthering, in addition to his immense solo repertoire. The protagonist will also be the new album The Night Siren.
Genesis Revisited & Hackett Classics 2017 tour, tickets still available for Italian dates.
Wednesday 29 March - Colosseo Theater, Turin, ITALY - Tickets available on TicketOne - CLICK AND BUY
Thursday 30 March - Galleria Theater, Legnano (Milan), ITALY - Tickets available on TicketOne - CLICK AND BUY
Friday 31 March - Teatro Astra, Vicenza, ITALY - Tickets available on Vivaticket - CLICK AND BUY
Saturday 1st April - Teatro della Conciliazione, Rome, ITALY - Tickets available on TicketOne - CLICK AND BUY
The repertoire will be a new version of his Genesis Revisited.
Also other Genesis songs will be on the lineup as The Musical Box, Inside & Out e Anyway.
“I am delighted to tour a new set of Genesis & Hackett in the UK in 2017,” said Hackett. on its website.
With him the band faithful, with Roger King on keyboards, drums and percussion by Gary O'Toole, Rob Townsend on saxophone and flute, Nick Beggs on bass and on vocals still Nad Sylvan.