Daryl Stuermer of Genesis Symphonic Show
Celebrating over 30 years of musical accomplishments, virtuoso lead guitaristDaryl Stuermer of the super-group Genesis and Phil Collins has been touring the world to sold out crowds since 1978.
Discovered while playing with his Milwaukee band, Sweetbottom, guitarist Daryl Stuermer made a fan out of Frank Zappa’s then-keyboardist, George Duke, who set up an audition for Stuermer to try out for acclaimed jazz
violinist Jean-Luc Ponty. Stuemer burst into theinternational music scene, joining Ponty on an European tour and then recording on his four innovative albums.
In late 1977, Stuermer was recommended as a replacement for longtime member Steve Hackett for the British progressive rock super-group Genesis, beginning his 30 year “permanent part-time stint” as lead guitarist with Genesis, touring the world to sold-out crowds and performing on seven Genesis albums.
When Genesis drummer/singer Phil Collins launched a solo career during the early 80s, Stuemer became an integral member of the Collins’ solo band. Stuermer created the signature guitar sound…
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