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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Phil Collins, Sting and Branford Marsalis Lego Live Aid

Sting, Phil Collins and Branford Marsalis performing at Live Aid in front of 72,000 people in Wembley Stadium, London on the 13th July, 1985. The event was organised by Sir Bob Geldof and Midge Ure to raise funds for the Ethiopian famine disaster. Broadcast across the world via one of the largest satellite link-ups of all time, the concerts were seen by around 40% of the global population. Phil Collins performed at both Wembley Stadium and JFK, travelling by helicopter…

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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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Coffee and Cigarettes Tom Waits & Iggy Pop

In 1993, Jim Jarmusch directed a short black and white film, Coffee and Cigarettes: Somewhere in California. Musicians Iggy Pop and Tom Waits star in it. LEGO Builder Timofey Tkachev has created Iggy and Tom into bricks.

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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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