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Steve Hackett Leads Giants Of Rock Festival Lineup

10/20/2016
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(Prog) Steve Hackett has been confirmed as headliner for next year's Giants Of Rock festival in the UK The three-day event will run from January 27-30 at Butlin's Minehead resort - and will see the former Genesis guitarist play tracks from Selling England By The Pound and Wind And Wuthering.

Other artists confirmed for Giants Of Rock include Ian Anderson's Jethro Tull, John Lees' Barclay James Harvest, Popa Chubby, Gun, Bernie Marsden, the Crazy World of Arthur Brown and Phil Campbell's All Star Band.

Hackett's appearance at the event comes ahead of his run of UK and Ireland tour dates, which kick off in Dublin on April 26. Hackett said: "I'm excited to bring my latest show involving a new set of Genesis and Hackett numbers to the UK in 2017." Read more including his upcoming dates here.

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