In 1986 Peter Gabriel released the nine-track album So to little fanfare. However, once MTV got a hold of his innovative videos for the singles Sledgehammer and Big Time, the LP crossed over into the mainstream and made it to the #2 spot on the Billboard 200. Taking a little liberty with the actual anniversary, Gabriel will embark on a North American Tour with many of the musicians from the So touring band to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the album’s release starting on September 16th in Quebec City.
Peter Gabriel’s 1986 album So was the most popular of his career, spawning multiple charting singles—including “In Your Eyes,” made iconic by the scene of John Cusack holding up the boom box in Cameron Crowe’s 1989 directorial debut... Read Post
Last year, art-rock god Peter Gabriel released the incredible 25th anniversary box set for his 1986 classic So (Pause for math on that one), which included the long-awaited DVD version of the ‘Live in Athens’ concert (which previous... Read Post