Genesis: Tour announced for November/December 2020

It has been confirmed by Genesis themselves on BBC Radio 2. (2 hours 10 min into the show)   The tour will kick-off in Dublin, Ireland 16th November 2020 and go through 9 further cities in Ireland, Northern Ireland, England and Scotland. The tour will end in Glasgow on 11th December 2020. Additional concerts are expected… 16 November 2020 / Dublin, Ireland – 3Arena 19 November 2020 / Belfast, Northern Ireland – The SSE Arena 23 November 2020 / Liverpool,…

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Genesis the Black Show in Lego

Genesis The Black Show 1974 Genesis started their “Selling England by the Pound” tour in September 1973 in Europe , going to USA/Canada at the end of the year and returning to Europe for some more shows from January to mid February 1974. Today these performances are known as the “white shows”. However, from March to May 1974 Genesis returned once again to USA/Canada and this time they radically changed the stage sets: The famous “hour glass” shaped props were…

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Lego – Genesis Live 1977 (guest post)

Hans Jörg, the drummer of King of Agogik, has modified and expanded the Genesis live 1976 stage to create a stunning 1977 live diorama. We have the live lineup of that period of: Phil Collins, Steve Hackett, Mike Rutherford, Chester Thomson, and Tony Banks. Complete with a stage, an audience, lights, mixing desk, and even a smoke machine! “I’ve loved the band Genesis since….feels like forever..;-)  I love to play with Lego, especially with my kids…long time ago…. I do it…

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12 Lego Minifigure Music Icons

Lego have teamed up with movies and TV shows, plus have their own line of themed sets, but what about music? There are a number of general pop, rock music themed sets and minifigures. However there are not many actual rock and pop icons that have been immortalised in Lego (officially that is). Here we list 12 official and non-official Lego rock and pop Minifigure icons: 1. The Beatles: John, Paul, George and Ringo Top of the list is the…

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The lighted Lego Stage (Guest Post)

The lighted Genesis ’73 stage by Michael Pellerin (Pellerin Multimedia, Inc. ) I have customised the Live 1973 stage set to include lights! Here are photos of the current version of his stage and the process to complete it: For display purposes, I decided to create a case for the entire stage and ordered a custom 13”W x 8.5”H x 8.5”D acrylic case and used its base as the bottom layer to build on top of, adhering the Lego bricks to it.…

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Happy Halloween

Steven Wilson – The Holy Drinker Mike Oldfield – Tubular Bells Rush – Witch Hunt Released 12 years apart, The Musical Box and Home by the Sea both contain ghostly themes. Plus these are two amazing songs from quite different musical eras of Genesis. The Musical Box From the album Nursery Cryme. Released 12 November 1971 The song is based on a story of two Victorian children one called Henry and the other called Cynthia. Poor Henry is beheaded by his friend Cynthia…

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Awesome Customer Lego Ideas

The fun aspect of LEGO is the wealth of creativity it can inspire in people all over the world. With the focus of Musical Brick’s custom LEGO models and minifigures it has been a joy to receive pictures of various creations. Tracy (Australia), has created this wonderful Queen tapestry and framed it with some minifigures. Hans Jörg (Germany), the drummer of King of Agogik, has modified and expanded the Genesis live 1976 stage to create a stunning 1977 live diorama.…

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15 Gabriel era Genesis songs Phil Collins performed live

Here are 15 Peter Gabriel era Genesis songs which were sung by Phil Collins after 1975. Many songs remained in the set list over the years, including In the Cage, The Musical Box, Firth of Fifth, I Know What I Like and Carpet Crawlers. The list includes: White Mountain The Knife The Musical Box Fountain of Salmacis Supper’s Ready Dancing With the Moonlit Knight I Know What I Like Firth of Fifth The Cinema Show The Lamb Lies Down on…

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