3 wins & 10 nominations.
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Plays bass and 12-string guitar on Steve Hackett's 1975 album "Voyage of the Acolyte", as well as co-writing the song "Shadow of the Hierophant".
2 Interviews |
3 Magazine Cover Photos |
Genesis | Mike & the Mechanics | Mike and the Mechanics | Michael Rutherford
6' 3" (1.91 m)
Did You Know?
After Peter Gabriel
left we started to get into individual songs for a while. But Genesis
has always worked best when we worked together on stuff that we liked. 'Follow You Follow Me' was a classic example of that and we started writing together again. I think if we hadn't started writing songs like 'Turn It On Again' we would have started to lose our way.
Mike + The Mechanics
' song, "The Living Years", which he co-wrote with B.A. Robertson
, won the Ivor Novello
Award for Best Song. 1991 saw Mike + The Mechanics
' songs, "Silent Running" (also co-written with Robertson) and "The Living Years", awarded "MillionAir" status by BMI for more than one million broadcast performances in the US. By 1998, BMI acknowledged "Silent Running" at two million plays...
Doubleneck bass/12-string guitar