Steve Hackett ‘got scared in the cemetery of Liverpool Cathedral’ | Entertainment



Former Genesis guitarist Steve Hackett got lost in a graveyard in Liverpool Cathedral in what looked like an “scene from ‘Interview With The Vampire'”.

The acclaimed musician was eager to take a closer look at the iconic cathedral in the morning after playing a concert in the English town, but he had a terrifying experience that reminded him of the 1994 horror film which starred Tom Cruise and Brad Pitt.

A source told BANG Showbiz, “He knew he had to get back to the hotel quickly as the band left for Stoke’s concert that night.

“The clouds descended as he approached the cathedral and he was drawn inside, where he was quickly given a hymn sheet and found himself surrounded by people anxious for him not to leave.

“Finally he paused, took a turn in the cemetery, which was lined with gravestones and walled crypts… he got lost in it for a while and felt like he was being sucked into a scene. of ‘Interview with a Vampire’ – engulfed. And sucked into a sarcophagus … he barely made it out in time to join the others on the bus – before they left! “

Steve – who left Genesis in 1977 – is currently in the middle of his 31-date “Seconds Out + More” UK tour.

The rock icon is scheduled to perform at St David’s Hall in Cardiff tonight (17.09.21), and tickets for upcoming concerts can be purchased via

Seconds Out + More tour dates:

Cardiff, St David’s Hall –

Glasgow, Royal Concert Hall –

Scunthorpe, the bathroom –

Bradford, St George’s Hall –

Nottingham, Royal Concert Hall –

Croydon, Fairfield Halls –

Bexhill-on-Sea, Pavillon De La Warr –

Southampton, Mayflower Theater –

Carlisle, the center of the sands –

Newcastle, O2 Town Hall –



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