List of Genesis band members

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Genesis are an English progressive rock band from Godalming, Surrey. Formed in January 1967, the group originally consisted of lead vocalist and flutist Peter Gabriel, guitarist Anthony Phillips, bassist and guitarist Mike Rutherford, keyboardist Tony Banks and drummer Chris Stewart. The band's current lineup features constant members Rutherford and Banks, alongside drummer and vocalist Phil Collins (who first joined in 1970), touring guitarist Daryl Stuermer and touring drummer Nic Collins.

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History

1967–1971

Following the breakup of earlier groups Garden Wall and Anon, Genesis were formed in January 1967 by Peter Gabriel, Tony Banks, Chris Stewart (all from Garden Wall), Anthony Phillips and Mike Rutherford (both from Anon). [1] The group recorded their first single "The Silent Sun" in December, which was released the following February. [2] "A Winter's Tale" followed three months later. [3] Shortly after the release of the second single, Stewart had to leave when his parents refused to let him leave school to focus on the band. [4] He was soon replaced by fellow student John Silver. [5]

Over a ten-day period during the school summer holidays in August 1968, Genesis recorded their debut album From Genesis to Revelation , which was released in March 1969. [6] [7] By August, John Mayhew had replaced Silver, [8] who had moved to the United States to study at Cornell University. [9] Between June and July 1970, the group recorded their second album Trespass , although before its release Phillips announced that he would be departing due to stage fright and other health issues. [10] The remaining members decided to continue, although without Mayhew who was fired. [11]

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In August 1970, Phil Collins replaced John Mayhew on drums. When frontman Peter Gabriel left in 1975, Collins took over on lead vocals and live drums were handled primarily by touring musicians.

After advertising for the vacant positions in Melody Maker magazine, Genesis hired Phil Collins as Mayhew's replacement in August 1970. [12] Before bringing in a replacement for Phillips, the group performed for a couple of months as a four-piece without a guitarist. [13] The position was eventually filled temporarily by Mick Barnard starting in November. [14] By January 1971, Barnard had been replaced by former Quiet World guitarist Steve Hackett. [14]

1971–1977

The lineup of Peter Gabriel, Steve Hackett, Mike Rutherford, Tony Banks and Phil Collins remained stable for four years, issuing the albums Nursery Cryme in 1971, Foxtrot in 1972, Genesis Live and Selling England by the Pound in 1973, and The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway in 1974. [15] Gabriel left at the end of the Lamb Lies Down on Broadway Tour in May 1975, although his departure was not officially announced until 15 August 1975. [16]

Genesis auditioned several potential replacements for Gabriel and even briefly considered continuing as an instrumental group, before Collins eventually started performing lead vocals for their next album A Trick of the Tail and took on the role full-time. [17] To allow him to focus on performing vocals, drums on the Trick of the Tail Tour were performed by Bill Bruford. [18] In December, it was announced that he had been replaced by Chester Thompson. [19]

Following the Wind & Wuthering Tour, it was announced in October 1977 that Hackett had left Genesis to pursue a solo career. [20] Prior to the announcement, Collins, Rutherford and Banks had already recorded the group's next album ...And Then There Were Three... , which was issued in March 1978. [21] After Hackett's departure, Daryl Stuermer joined Thomson as a member of the Genesis touring band, performing guitars, bass and backing vocals. [22]

Since 1977

The lineup of Genesis including Struemer and Thompson remained constant for almost 20 years. [15] The We Can't Dance Tour of 1992 was the final run to feature this setup, as the band took a break thereafter. [23] [24] On 18 September 1993, the trio of Collins, Rutherford and Banks performed at a fundraising event with Tim Renwick on bass, and Gary Wallis and Roger Taylor on drums. [25] Genesis spent the next couple of years on hiatus, before it was announced on 28 March 1996 that Collins had left the band, although Rutherford and Banks assured that they would continue after hiring a new vocalist. [26]

By November 1996, Ray Wilson had been appointed as the replacement for Collins in time for the recording of Calling All Stations , although his addition was not announced until the following June. [27] For the subsequent touring cycle, the new trio were joined by guitarist Anthony Drennan and drummer Nir Zidkyahu. [28] The tour ended in 1998, and by 2000 the group had disbanded. [29]

Six years later, Collins, Rutherford and Banks announced at a press conference in November 2006 that Genesis were reforming for a European tour the following year. [30] The tour, dubbed Turn It On Again, was subsequently expanded to include a North American run of concerts. [31] Alongside the main trio, it also saw the return of touring guitarist/bassist Daryl Stuermer and drummer Chester Thompson. [32] The 2007 concert tour spawned two live releases: Live over Europe 2007 and When in Rome 2007 . [33] [34] Turn It On Again: The Tour ended with a show in Hollywood, California on 13 October 2007. [35]

A second reformation, the Last Domino? Tour, was announced on 4 March 2020, 13 years after the previous tour. [36] Struemer is set to return, alongside Collins's son Nic on drums. [37]

Members

Current

ImageNameYears activeInstrumentsRelease contributions
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Tony Banks
  • 1967–2000
  • 2006–2007
  • 2020–present
  • keyboards
  • synthesisers
  • piano
  • acoustic guitar
  • backing vocals
all Genesis releases
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Mike Rutherford
  • bass
  • electric and acoustic guitars
  • bass pedals
  • cello (until 1972)
  • backing vocals
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Phil Collins
  • 1970–1996
  • 2000
  • 2006–2007
  • 2020–present
  • drums
  • percussion
  • drum machine
  • vocals (lead since 1975, backing beforehand)
all Genesis releases from Nursery Cryme (1971) onwards, except Calling All Stations (1997)

Former

ImageNameYears activeInstrumentsRelease contributions
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Peter Gabriel 1967–1975
  • lead vocals
  • flute
  • oboe
  • tambourine
  • bass drum
Anthony Phillips.jpg
Anthony Phillips 1967–1970
  • electric and acoustic guitars
  • dulcimer
  • backing vocals
Chris Stewart 1967–1968
  • drums
  • percussion
  • "A Winter's Tale" (1968)
  • From Genesis to Revelation (1969) – one track only
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John Silver 1968–1969From Genesis to Revelation (1969)
John Mayhew 1969–1970 (died 2009)
  • drums
  • percussion
  • backing vocals
Trespass (1970)
Mick Barnard 1970–1971electric and acoustic guitarsnone – live performances only
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Steve Hackett 1971–1977
  • electric and acoustic guitars
  • kalimba
  • autoharp
  • all Genesis releases from Nursery Cryme (1971) to Seconds Out (1977)
  • Three Sides Live (1982) – one track only
  • "The Carpet Crawlers 1999" (1999)
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Ray Wilson 1996–1998lead vocals, harmonicaCalling All Stations (1997)

Touring

ImageNameYears activeInstrumentsRelease contributions
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Bill Bruford 1976
  • drums
  • percussion
  • Genesis: In Concert (1977)
  • Seconds Out (1977) – one track only
  • Three Sides Live (1982) – one track only
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Chester Thompson
  • 1976–1992
  • 2006–2007
all Genesis live releases from Seconds Out (1977) onwards, except The Genesis Songbook (bonus material) (2001)
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Daryl Stuermer
  • 1977–1992
  • 2000 (one-off)
  • 2006–2007
  • 2020–present
  • electric and acoustic guitars
  • bass
  • backing vocals
all Genesis live releases from Three Sides Live (1982) onwards, except The Genesis Songbook (bonus material) (2001)
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Tim Renwick 1993 (one-off)guitarnone – one live performance only
Gary Wallis drums
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Roger Taylor
Nir Zidkyahu 1997–1998
  • drums
  • percussion
Calling All Stations (1997)
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Anthony Drennan
  • electric and acoustic guitars
  • bass
  • backing vocals
none Calling All Stations Tour performances only
Nic Collins
  • 2020–present
  • drums
  • percussion
  • none to date
Daniel Pearce [38]
  • backing vocals
Patrick Smyth [38]

Timeline

List of Genesis band members

Lineups

PeriodMembersReleases
January 1967 – summer 1968
summer 1968 – August 1969
  • Peter Gabriel – lead vocals, flute, oboe, percussion
  • Anthony Phillips – guitar, dulcimer, backing vocals
  • Mike Rutherford – bass, guitar, backing vocals
  • Tony Banks – keyboards, guitar, backing vocals
  • John Silver – drums, percussion
August 1969 – July 1970
  • Peter Gabriel – lead vocals, flute, oboe, percussion
  • Anthony Phillips – guitar, dulcimer, backing vocals
  • Mike Rutherford – bass, guitar, backing vocals
  • Tony Banks – keyboards, guitar, backing vocals; second lead vocal ["Shepherd"]
  • John Mayhew – drums, percussion, backing vocals
August – November 1970
  • Peter Gabriel – lead vocals, flute, oboe, percussion
  • Mike Rutherford – bass, guitar, backing vocals
  • Tony Banks – keyboards, guitar, backing vocals
  • Phil Collins – drums, percussion, backing vocals
none
November 1970 – January 1971
  • Peter Gabriel – lead vocals, flute, oboe, percussion
  • Mick Barnard – guitar
  • Mike Rutherford – bass, guitar, backing vocals
  • Tony Banks – keyboards, guitar, backing vocals
  • Phil Collins – drums, percussion, backing and lead vocals
January 1971 – August 1975
  • Peter Gabriel – lead vocals, flute, oboe, percussion
  • Steve Hackett – guitar, kalimba, autoharp
  • Mike Rutherford – bass, guitar, backing vocals
  • Tony Banks – keyboards, guitar, backing vocals
  • Phil Collins – drums, percussion, backing and lead vocals
August 1975 – January 1976
  • Phil Collins – lead vocals, drums, percussion
  • Steve Hackett – guitar, kalimba, autoharp
  • Mike Rutherford – bass, guitar, backing vocals
  • Tony Banks – keyboards, guitar, backing vocals
February – July 1976
  • Phil Collins – lead vocals, drums, percussion
  • Steve Hackett – guitar, kalimba, autoharp
  • Mike Rutherford – bass, guitar, backing vocals
  • Tony Banks – keyboards, guitar, backing vocals
  • Bill Bruford – drums, percussion(touring)
December 1976 – October 1977
  • Phil Collins – lead vocals, drums, percussion
  • Steve Hackett – guitar, kalimba, autoharp
  • Mike Rutherford – bass, guitar, backing vocals
  • Tony Banks – keyboards, guitar, backing vocals
  • Chester Thompson – drums, percussion(touring)
  • Seconds Out (1977) – remaining tracks
late 1977 – November 1992
  • Phil Collins – lead vocals, drums, percussion
  • Mike Rutherford – bass, guitar, backing vocals
  • Tony Banks – keyboards, guitar, backing vocals
  • Daryl Stuermer – guitar, bass, backing vocals(touring)
  • Chester Thompson – drums, percussion (touring)
18 September 1993
(special one-off lineup)
  • Phil Collins – lead vocals
  • Mike Rutherford – guitar, backing vocals
  • Tony Banks – keyboards, backing vocals
  • Tim Renwick – bass(special guest)
  • Gary Wallis – drums(special guest)
  • Roger Taylor – drums(special guest)
none
1995
(special one-off lineup)

everyone on "The Carpet Crawlers 1999"; Gabriel and Hackett re-recording parts on "it" and "Supper's Ready"

  • Phil Collins – co-lead vocals, programmed drums
  • Mike Rutherford – 12-string guitar, bass, bass pedals
  • Tony Banks – keyboards, additional programming
  • Peter Gabriel – co-lead vocals, additional programming; re-recording lead vocals("it" and "Supper's Ready")(special guest)
  • Steve Hackett – electric guitar(special guest)
November 1996 – June 1997
  • Ray Wilson – lead vocals
  • Mike Rutherford – bass, guitar, backing vocals
  • Tony Banks – keyboards, guitar, backing vocals
  • Nir Zidkyahu – drums, percussion(session)
  • Nick D'Virgilio – drums, percussion(session)
August 1997 – May 1998
  • Ray Wilson – lead vocals
  • Mike Rutherford – bass, guitar, backing vocals
  • Tony Banks – keyboards, guitar, backing vocals
  • Anthony Drennan – guitar, bass, backing vocals(touring)
  • Nir Zidkyahu – drums, percussion (touring)
none
21 September 2000
(special one-off lineup)
  • Phil Collins – lead vocals, percussion
  • Mike Rutherford – acoustic guitar
  • Tony Banks – keyboards
  • Daryl Stuermer – acoustic guitar(live performance)
fall 2000
(special one-off lineup)
  • Phil Collins – lead vocals, percussion
  • Mike Rutherford – acoustic guitar
  • Tony Banks – keyboards
  • The Genesis Songbook (2001)
Band inactive late 2000 – November 2006
November 2006 – October 2007
  • Phil Collins – lead vocals, drums, percussion
  • Mike Rutherford – bass, guitar, backing vocals
  • Tony Banks – keyboards, backing vocals
  • Daryl Stuermer – guitar, bass, backing vocals(touring)
  • Chester Thompson – drums, percussion(touring)
Band inactive October 2007 – March 2020
March 2020 – present
  • Phil Collins – lead vocals
  • Mike Rutherford – bass, guitar, backing vocals
  • Tony Banks – keyboards
  • Daryl Stuermer – guitar, bass (touring)
  • Nic Collins – drums, percussion(touring)
  • Daniel Pearce – backing vocals(touring)
  • Patrick Smyth – backing vocals(touring)
none to date

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