Steve Hackett brings his Genesis Revisited tour to Cambridge

13:56 03 October 2013

Steve Hackett will appear Cambridge Corn Exchange on November 1

Steve Hackett will appear Cambridge Corn Exchange on November 1

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Legendary Steve Hackett brings his Genesis Revisited tour to the Corn Exchange in Cambridge tomorrow, Friday.

The show is one of six dates Steve is performing across the UK, and will mark the first time any original former member of Genesis has toured the band’s repertoire solely from the 1971 – 1977 period.

His album Genesis Revisited II charted at 24 when released a year ago - Steve re–recorded and enhanced the tracks while keeping true to the original recordings.

The Cambridge show It will comprise songs co-written by Steve from that period, including such classics as Supper’s Ready, Dancing with the Moonlit Knight and The Musical Box.

The line-up will feature the addition of Nad Sylvan as principal vocalist on several songs.

Tickets for the show, which starts at 7.30pm, cost £26.50 plus a £2.25 booking fee. Box office: 01223 357851.

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