News - 30 Jan 2014

Genesis are proud to once again feature in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame library.

Rock Stories and Photographs Transform the Library

Genesis are proud to once again feature in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame library. Ringo Starr’s PHOTOGRAPH, Mick Rock and Lou Reed’s TRANSFORMER, and Eric Clapton’s SIX-STRING STORIES are the latest titles to be housed in the prestigious archives. Visitors can browse the books from January 31stclick here for more details.

'Like the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Genesis Publications works to collect, preserve and interpret the impact that rock music has made on our world.' – Nick Roylance

Pictured left: Ronnie Wood, Kenney Jones and Ian McLagan at their 2012 induction, with Nick Roylance and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Museum President and CEO Terry Stewart.

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