Sting and Peter Gabriel: The 'Tantric Twins' Stretch Out in New YorkMore than just a co-headlining show, it saw Sting, Gabriel and their bands, performing one long concert as one large group.
Listen to Peter Gabriel's New Song 'I'm Amazing' Inspired by Muhammad Ali"When so many people are celebrating his life and thinking about all he achieved, it seemed the right time to release it."
This Day in Music History - May 31stThis is what interesting stuff happened on today's date in music history.
Sting and Peter Gabriel Announce North American TourThe singers will perform separately and together.
Peter Gabriel Debuts New Song 'What Lies Ahead' Live in Italy: WatchDuring a gig in Torino, Peter Gabriel debuted a brand new song called "What Lies Ahead."
Peter Gabriel, Stewart Copeland, Serj Tankian Contribute to Gaza Relief Album '2 Unite All'"I am not and have never been anti-Israeli or anti-Semitic; I am anti-Israeli government policy, anti-injustice, anti-oppression and anti-occupation," says Peter Gabriel.
Genesis, Peter Gabriel Prepare Fall Box CollectionsBoth are out Sept. 29.
Upcoming BBC Documentary Reunites Genesis, Peter GabrielGenesis and Peter Gabriel are getting back together. Well, sort of.
From Springsteen To U2, 7 Things To Look Forward To In 2014Among other things, Springsteen and U2 are releasing new albums, and we're hoping Bob Seger might as well.
Peter Gabriel, KISS and More React to Rock and Roll Hall of Fame InductionsEarly this morning (December 17), the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame announced their 2014 inductees, which included Nirvana, KISS, Peter Gabriel, Cat Stevens and Hall and Oates. Needless to say, those who made it in were excited to receive the honor and more than happy to share that excitement with their fans.
KISS, Nirvana, Lead Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame InducteesThe induction ceremony will take place at Brooklyn's Barclays Center on April 10 and will be open to the public. An on-sale date has yet to be announced.
Peter Gabriel Working On New Album“I'm focused on music, technology and benefit projects in pretty equal parts at the moment,” he told Rolling Stone magazine.