Classic 1970s Genesis performed live with a spectacular light show

G2 Definitive Genesis play Genesis music from 1970 to 1980, tending towards the Seconds Out era but drawing from all albums from Trespass to Duke. Take a little trip back....

G2 Update January 2019:

First of all, all of us in G2 hope that all of you have had a Great Christmas break, and are looking forward to 2019. As ever we'd like to thank everyone who came to our shows in 2018 for your continued support.

It's not been the easiest of years for G2. The loss of Terry Day is something we still feel keenly, but we consider ourselves very fortunate to have got the services of Dave Whitehouse on lead vocals. The dynamic has shifted (and is still settling!) but we never thought the change would be this smooth. Those of you who made it to shows in the second half of the year will know how well he's slotted into the family. There's been some discussion about doing a memorial show for Terry in the future. Nothing's been decided yet, but watch this space...

2018 included a bunch of new venues alongside established ones. The Half Moon, The Met and Artrix were all excellent additions to the G2 schedule, and have been rebooked for 2019. I'm working on Lincoln and Norwich (see below), but they'll probably not be until 2020.

New this year will be The Lights in Andover, Trading Boundaries in Fletching, Trinity Theatre in Tunbridge Wells and our first festival appearance for a decade at Summer's End in Chepstow. Please come along to these new venues and help make them G2 regulars!


Caption Competition

We're delighted to announce that the winner of the caption competition, and recipient of two guest list tickets to a forthcoming show, is Tony Evans, with the following...

"Steve seemed unperturbed that Roger's grip round the python's mouth was weakening"

Honourable mentions go to the following:

Richard Haynes for "Steve's not so game when it comes to proving you don't bite your nails"


Dave Kennedy for "Following the beer and curry session, Steve noticed additional wind and trumpet sounds on Firth Of Fifth"

Extra special thanks, however, must go to Roger King himself, who prompted the whole thing at the time with "Oh Magnus! You're playing in C-Major again..."

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