Peter Gabriel has admitted that a Genesis reunion could well be on the cards saying â€œthe odds are better than ever before.â€
As we told you earlier this week, Phil Collins said that he was â€œopenâ€ to talks about the band getting back together, and now Gabriel has reciprocated those views.
Speaking to Rolling Stone, Gabriel said: "The odds of a reunion are better now than before. We're going to have the conversation."
Pushed as to whether he thinks it will definitely happen, Gabriel joked â€œ"I wouldn't put money on it . . . yet."
If they do reform, it will be the first time the (once) seminal band have performed together since a one-off show in 1982.
With Gabriel on vocals the reunion would mark a return to the bandâ€™s glory days. Many Genesis purists feel the band went downhill once Collins took over vocal duties.
Guitarist Steve Hackett first sparked talks of a reunion when he told the Chicago Sun-Times last month: "There's a movement to put us all together again. I do think it will happen."
After Phil Collins' lead...