The Genesis Show

...'77 WIND & WUTHERING TOUR with America's Best Phil Collins Era era Genesis Tribute Band Featuring Two Drummers!

Saturday, Nov 18th at 8:00PM

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GENERAL INFORMATION

All seating well be RESERVED… for this extraordinary show.
If someone in your party has a request for seating accommodation…
...please call our Box Office: 781-646-4849 for assistance with seating.
Doors Open: 7:30PM

TICKETING INFORMATION

All Seats: $35.00
($4.00 Web|Phone Ticketing Fee & $1.00 Box Office Ticketing Fee)


...Saturday, November 18th at 8:00PM

 


The Genesis Show is a Genesis Tribute Band that focuses on the Phil Collins era of the band specifically 1976-1982. For this show, The Genesis Show will be performing the music of Genesis from the ‘77 Wind & Wuthering Tour, also known as The Seconds Out Tour, from which their classic Seconds Out live album was recorded. With two drummers and lots of vintage gear The Genesis Show faithfully reproduces the Live sound Genesis had in the mid-1970’s.
Genesis added Chester Thomson as the live drummer for that ‘77 Tour so Phil Collins could step out from behind the drum kit to sing. Chester brought even power and groove to the bands songs really changing the dynamic of the band. The live versions of Supper’s Ready, Squonk and The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway/Musical Box as well as all of their songs suddenly had more power, groove, and urgency. This era of Genesis was the band at their peak as a live act. If you are a fan of this era then this is not to be missed. This show will only be focusing on the songs played live on that ‘77 World Tour for the Wind & Wuthering Album.
While The Genesis Show does not pretend to look like them but the music is about as close to them as you can get without being them and there is a great light show to accompany the music. Grab your tickets today!


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


“I lingered round them, under that benign sky; watched the moths fluttering among the heath, and hare-bells; listened to the soft wind breathing through the grass; and wondered how any one could ever imagine unquiet slumbers for the sleepers in that quiet earth…”