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News Archive 2013

Eric Clapton's Six-String Stories launches at Madison Square Garden. Ringo's photos are published in PHOTOGRAPH, celebrated with exhibits worldwide. Lou Reed passes away. Poignantly, he had just...

News Archive 2012

Traffic's founder Jim Capaldi is remembered in Mr Fantasy with Steve Winwood and Robert Plant. Bowie and Sukita's Speed of Life is launched in London, Tokyo, Melbourne....

News Archive 2011

Ronnie Wood and Kenney Jones join readers at Genesis to toast FACES 1969-75. A beautiful volume of travel photographs - Sojourner - by Ross Halfin is published,...

News Archive 2010

Jimmy Page authored our fastest-selling limited edition to date. Genesis invited readers to the newly created Reading Rooms within Genesis house. Sir Jackie Stewart was the driving...

News Archive 2009

30 Apr 2010
35 years of Genesis Publications are celebrated with a concert by Brian Wilson. Sir Peter Blake created a new series of artworks for That Lucky Old Sun...

News Archive 2008

Paul Weller authored A Thousand Things. A Day In The Life introduced the late Michael Ward's photos of The Beatles. Moonage Daydream sold out, as did Pleased...

News Archive 2007

First copies of Elvis & The Birth of Rock were delivered. Bowie's From Station To Station earned rave reviews. California Dreaming launched in Beverly Hills with party...

News Archive 2006

Four new books are published - The Beatles monograph Now These Days Are Gone; Jerry Schatzberg's tribute to Dylan's genius, Thin Wild Mercury; George Martin's Summer of...

News Archive 2005

The year began with Concert For George, honouring the life of George Harrison. That summer everyone enjoyed Nick Mason's Inside Out. The year ended tragically with the...

News Archive 2004

We celebrated 30 years with 30 Flight Rock - an exhibit in Piccadilly. Hundreds of friends attended including Ringo Starr, Bill Wyman and Mick Taylor. GQ reviews...

News Archive 2001

All the news from the year 2001.

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