While many megastars are content with making their name in one genre of music, this true living legend has dabbled in various
styles over the course of his celebrated career. Making his name as the frontman with Genesis in the 1970s, he's since carved
out an amazing solo career whilst also becoming a figurehead for world music.
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Although he later became known for his singing and guitar playing, this multi-talented musician played drums in his early
bands. He eventually formed Genesis with a group of fellow pupils at his Surrey school, and the group went on to attract international
attention owing to progressive sounds and outlandish onstage outfits. After the band achieved huge success with albums such
as The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway, Gabriel quit in 1975. Undeterred, a solo career was launched with four consecutive
self-titled LPs, followed by a series of albums with single-word monikers such as Up and So. The latter would
chart at Number One and spawn huge hits such as a 'Sledgehammer', which became celebrated for its innovative animated video.
A serial collaborator and renowned producer, he has also become known for his support of world music and the WOMAD movement,
championing artists from Africa and supporting human rights causes. It's this commitment to pushing music forward that's kept
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