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Lindo525

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Posted: Mar 28, 2022 - 12:31pm

I suppose that I'm a hopeless romantic of sorts, but I am very glad that I got to see them for their last tour.
Even in the face of all the options and opinions listed below. It was a very, very good show.
Nostalgic, loud, rockin', bitter-sweet, and not exactly as I had imagined, but completely wonderful none-the-less.
Genesis was/is such a huge part of my personal musical journey through this life.



From a fan who is still quite awe-struck by your collective musical brilliance!

Thank you Phil, Tony and Mike. 
(And to all the past members who added their own beautiful hues to that brilliance...


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Posted: Mar 28, 2022 - 8:32am

Nice that Gabriel showed for the very last show. But I want to know if Ray Wilson was there!
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Posted: Mar 27, 2022 - 5:40pm

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Frail Phil Collins stands with Genesis bandmates as iconic band play FINAL ever concert

Phil Collins bade an emotional farewell to Genesis fans alongside bandmates Mike Rutherford and Tony Banks in London on Saturday - as the iconic band played their final ever concert. London's 02 provided the backdrop for the band's last show on their The Last Domino? Tour - with frail frontman Phil, 71, telling the crowd he will now have to get a real job.


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Posted: Nov 18, 2021 - 1:19pm

 rgio wrote:
Genesis has been arguably my favorite band since I was about 10 (older brother and sister).   I've seen them a dozen or so times over the years, but never with Peter Gabriel (who i've seen a dozen+ times solo).   I don't really think much about Hackett or  Phillips or for that matter even Rutherford when I think of the band.  Gabriel, Collins and Banks are Genesis to me. So their music is now roughly 50 years old, meaning the band members are roughly 70+.  The current options for seeing their music are Phil Collins from a chair with a weak voice and what looks to be very rough timing (tragic, given his drumming abilities), a cover band sounding a lot like the original band with the lead guitarist for the first half-dozen albums, or the Tribute band who's been at if for decades now...down to Gabriel's shaved head.  Which do you go see if you had one choice?
 For me...I'd go see The Musical Box.
 
i'd go see the version with manbird playing the theremin and ov on the harp
and i'd sell your favorite boots to get front row tickets
rgio

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Posted: Nov 18, 2021 - 12:26pm

Genesis has been arguably my favorite band since I was about 10 (older brother and sister).   I've seen them a dozen or so times over the years, but never with Peter Gabriel (who i've seen a dozen+ times solo).   I don't really think much about Hackett or  Phillips or for that matter even Rutherford when I think of the band.  Gabriel, Collins and Banks are Genesis to me.

So their music is now roughly 50 years old, meaning the band members are roughly 70+.  The current options for seeing their music are Phil Collins from a chair with a weak voice and what looks to be very rough timing (tragic, given his drumming abilities), a cover band sounding a lot like the original band with the lead guitarist for the first half-dozen albums, or the Tribute band who's been at if for decades now...down to Gabriel's shaved head.  Which do you go see if you had one choice?
For me...I'd go see The Musical Box.

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Posted: Nov 18, 2021 - 8:25am

 westslope wrote:

Anybody here see Steve Hackett on tour?    What was the concert like?



Based on the dates found here: http://www.hackettsongs.com/to...
We may have to count on our Swedish friends to answer that question.
(He is calling this tour: "Genesis Revisited")

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Posted: Nov 18, 2021 - 8:17am

Anybody here see Steve Hackett on tour?    What was the concert like?
Lindo525

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Posted: Nov 18, 2021 - 7:24am

 kurtster wrote:

I could enjoy that.  Like the set list.

Both of our phones are old android, mine a 3G which goes dead in February next year.  We only take them online with WiFi so there is that, too.  Can't trust them enough for something like this.  Sigh.


For better or worse - I think this is the way that all these things are going. I used ticketmaster.  They generate a sort of animated bar-code thingy, so that you can't just do a screen-shot. But as someone stated below - they have way of saving it to a wallet of sorts. You can even share or sell your tickets to someone else by linking to them through the app.  It's a brave new scary, interconnected world...
miamizsun

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Posted: Nov 18, 2021 - 4:23am

 Lindo525 wrote:
 miamizsun wrote:


i'm not seeing any 2021 dates

edit: now i do but in canada and eurpoe



This shows the cities,  eastern US...
https://www.genesis-music.com/
 
not even remotely close to my zip code {#Neutral}

however they do something like todd and at least offer a streaming version

maybe
kurtster

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Posted: Nov 17, 2021 - 7:20pm

 rgio wrote:
 kurtster wrote:

Well I found decent seats for decent prices but it requires use of a mobile app called SeatGeek.  Seems way too hinky and problem related.  Evidently no way to print tickets. Probably have to pass because of this method. Anyone use or know anything about SeatGeek ?  

I've used a few different apps for ticket apps, and they are honestly pretty easy.  If you have an iPhone, you can usually save the tickets to your "wallet" for easy retrieval.   I went to a college football game the other week where they used the near-field communication to scan the tickets without a UPC / QR code showing....it was strange. So long as you're comfortable with your phone, and have a pretty good battery (so you don't have to worry about it dying on you)...I wouldn't let a bit of technology stop you. I'm not sure if you saw the reviews from Chicago the other night?  Here's one with some video.
 
I could enjoy that.  Like the set list.

Both of our phones are old android, mine a 3G which goes dead in February next year.  We only take them online with WiFi so there is that, too.  Can't trust them enough for something like this.  Sigh.
rgio

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Posted: Nov 17, 2021 - 6:36pm

 kurtster wrote:

Well I found decent seats for decent prices but it requires use of a mobile app called SeatGeek.  Seems way too hinky and problem related.  Evidently no way to print tickets.

Probably have to pass because of this method.

Anyone use or know anything about SeatGeek ?  

I've used a few different apps for ticket apps, and they are honestly pretty easy.  If you have an iPhone, you can usually save the tickets to your "wallet" for easy retrieval.   I went to a college football game the other week where they used the near-field communication to scan the tickets without a UPC / QR code showing....it was strange.

So long as you're comfortable with your phone, and have a pretty good battery (so you don't have to worry about it dying on you)...I wouldn't let a bit of technology stop you.

I'm not sure if you saw the reviews from Chicago the other night?  Here's one with some video.
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Posted: Nov 17, 2021 - 3:55pm

 Lindo525 wrote:
 miamizsun wrote:


i'm not seeing any 2021 dates

edit: now i do but in canada and eurpoe



This shows the cities,  eastern US...
https://www.genesis-music.com/
 
Well I found decent seats for decent prices but it requires use of a mobile app called SeatGeek.  Seems way too hinky and problem related.  Evidently no way to print tickets.

Probably have to pass because of this method.

Anyone use or know anything about SeatGeek ?  
Lindo525

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Posted: Nov 17, 2021 - 3:09pm

 miamizsun wrote:


i'm not seeing any 2021 dates

edit: now i do but in canada and eurpoe



This shows the cities,  eastern US...
https://www.genesis-music.com/
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Posted: Nov 17, 2021 - 2:32pm


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Posted: Nov 17, 2021 - 2:16pm

 Lindo525 wrote:

The concerts in Chicago are over.
The reviews are in.
It was kind of sad.
It was kind of nostalgic.
It was really cool.
It was a Genesis show.
It totally rocked.
I am so happy that I went.
Turns out that Phil's kid is a real drummer. (IMO - totally kept the feel of Phil's drumming style without completely mimicking it.)
If they are coming to your town, and you love Genesis - go.
This review says it better than I can.
The reviewer attended the same show I was at.

https://ultimateclassicrock.co...



i'm not seeing any 2021 dates

edit: now i do but in canada and eurpoe

Lindo525

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Posted: Nov 17, 2021 - 1:53pm

The concerts in Chicago are over.
The reviews are in.
It was kind of sad.
It was kind of nostalgic.
It was really cool.
It was a Genesis show.
It totally rocked.
I am so happy that I went.
Turns out that Phil's kid is a real drummer. (IMO - totally kept the feel of Phil's drumming style without completely mimicking it.)
If they are coming to your town, and you love Genesis - go.
This review says it better than I can.
The reviewer attended the same show I was at.

https://ultimateclassicrock.co...

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Posted: Jun 3, 2021 - 8:33am



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Posted: May 6, 2021 - 3:54pm

 VV wrote:

I loved Genesis as a teenager both with Gabriel and with Collins until maybe the "I Can't Dance" song debacle.  

I took my wife to see Genesis as one of our first dates together which was about 35 years ago. I saw that they were going to be playing in our area in December and asked my wife if she would want to go. She said "no" because she thought Phil Collins was too old, too sad and shouldn't be singing anymore. I couldn't really argue her point. 





I lost interest when Gabriel left.
VV

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Posted: May 6, 2021 - 3:10pm

I loved Genesis as a teenager both with Gabriel and with Collins until maybe the "I Can't Dance" song debacle.  

I took my wife to see Genesis as one of our first dates together which was about 35 years ago. I saw that they were going to be playing in our area in December and asked my wife if she would want to go. She said "no" because she thought Phil Collins was too old, too sad and shouldn't be singing anymore. I couldn't really argue her point. 



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Posted: May 6, 2021 - 12:43pm

 rgio wrote:

I wasn't excited before...this didn't change anything.  I appreciate that cell phone recorded sound is never good, but there are a few cringy parts to that song (one that I wouldn't want to see live anyway).  I prefer to remember him singing the Musical Box or Supper's Ready from Seconds Out

Sadly, by the time they are on tour in the US that video will be pushing 3 years old.  Father time remains undefeated.


I agree 100% with you. And we will be seeing more and more groups we loved when we were young trying to recapture what they once were. It’s sad you know. Just got to love my vinyl all that much more.
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