Steve Hackett ‘Creepy at Liverpool Cathedral Cemetery’ | Entertainment News


Former Genesis guitarist Steve Hackett got lost in the graveyard of Liverpool Cathedral, as in the “Interview with the Vampires” scene.

The acclaimed musician wanted a closer look at the iconic cathedral in the morning after a gig in a British city, but recalled the 1994 horror film starring Tom Cruise and Brad Pitt. I endured the horrible experience that gave me.

A source told BANG Showbiz, “He knew he had to go back to the hotel right away as the band left for Stoke’s concert that night.

“As he approached the cathedral, the clouds fell and he was invited inside, where he was immediately given a sheet of hymns and surrounded by people who wished he didn’t leave. I noticed that.

“Finally, he paused and turned to a graveyard lined with tombstones and walled up the basement… he got lost in it for a while and walked into the scene. I felt like I was being sucked in. “Interview with a vampire” – I was swallowed and sucked into a sarcophagus… he was able to get out on time to meet the others on the bus – Before they left! “

Steve, who left Genesis in 1977, is currently in the middle of his 31-day “Seconds Out + More” UK tour.

The rock icon is scheduled to perform at St. David’s Hall in Cardiff tonight (17.09.21), and tickets for future concerts can be purchased in the following ways:

Seconds Out + Other tour routes:

Cardiff, St. David’s Hall-

September 17

Basingstoke, Anvil-

September 18

London, Palladium-

September 20

London, Palladium-

September 21

London, Palladium-

September 22

Manchester, O2 Apollo-

September 24

Edinburgh, Playhouse-

September 25

Glasgow, Royal Concert Hall-

September 27

Scunthorpe, Bus Hall-

September 30

Bradford, St. George’s Hall-

October 1st

Nottingham, Royal Concert Hall-

October 2

Croydon, Fairfield Halls-

October 4

Gilford, G Live-

October 5

Brighton, Dome-

October 7

Pool, lighthouse

October 8

Bexhill On Sea, Pavillon Delawar-

October 9

Southampton, Mayflower Theater-

October 11

Plymouth, Pavilion-

12 october

Carlyle, Suns Center-

October 14

Stockton, Gloves-

October 15

Newcastle, O2 City Hall-

October 16

Alice Burley, Waterside-

October 18

Oxford, new theater

October 19

Peterborough, Cresset-

21st of October

Harrogate, Royal Hall-

22 october

Dundee, Caird Hall-

23 october

Steve Hackett ‘Creepy at Liverpool Cathedral Cemetery’ | Entertainment News

Steve Hackett ‘Creepy at Liverpool Cathedral Cemetery’ | Entertainment News


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