Daryl Stuermer Tour Schedule
There is little else in music that can match the transcendent experience of seeing
a true guitar virtuoso doing his thing, and that is exactly what you get when you decide to attend a Daryl Stuermer concert.
The fact that Daryl Stuermer has been able to seamlessly transition from guitar to bass while playing for artists ranging
from ABBA to Genesis is a testament to his wide ranging musical talents which are truly best experienced live. Fortunately
for music lovers all over the world the rock and roll legend is still recording and regularly heading out on tour.
may have seen Daryl Stuermer on stage performing with Genesis or Phil Collins but if you have not seen him fronting his own
band you have yet to fully appreciate his tremendous talent. Folks in Appleton, Wisconsin will have the opportunity of a lifetime
on April 25, 2014 when Stuermer hits the stage at Fox Cities Performing Arts Center. Whether you are a big Phil Collins and
Genesis fan or are just a lover of great guitar you owe it to yourself to check out Daryl Stuermer live. Be sure to check
StubHub regularly to keep up to date on all of Daryl Stuermer's upcoming tour dates.
About the Artist
the early Seventies, Stuermer was playing with his first band Sweetbottom when and was discovered by jazz violinist Jean-Luc
Ponty. Ponty asked him to join him on stage as part of his backing band and he would go on to record four albums with the
violinist. Soon he was recommended to be the touring guitarist/bassist for Genesis and came on as a permanent touring member.
When the band broke up, Struemer stayed with Phil Collins and recorded and toured as part of his band, including contributions
to mega hits like In the Air Tonight and Easy Lover. Additionally, he has recorded several solo albums, namely Steppin' Out,
Live and Learn, Waiting in the Wings, Another Side of Genesis, Retrofit, The Nylon String Sampler, Rewired: the Electric Collection,
Go!, and Jimmy the Greek Lives in 2009. He performs both solo and with his band Daryl Stuermer Symphony Concert in which he
plays his original songs mixed in with some of the Genesis and Phil Collins classics he helped bring to life. He has been
playing to sold out crowds for nearly four decades both solo and with other bands and is a rock and roll act not to be missed.
Although he had played with Genesis for years, Daryl Struemer was not a household name like his
band mates Peter Gabriel and Phil Collins. However, when he first began working with Phil Collins after Genesis this all changed.
Collins brought Struemer into the studio with him and allowed him to assist in the creation of many of his songs. Struemer
even ended up sharing songwriting credits on some of Collins' biggest hits. In 2007 Genesis reunited for their Turn It on
Again tour and aryl Struemer again joined the super group on tour.
If you are looking to
see a true rock star and master of his craft look no further than virtuoso guitarist and bassist Daryl Struemer. The world
renowned rock musician has spent decades perfecting his art as well as finding new avenues of musical expression to explore.
All of this hard work to which Daryl Struemer has dedicated his life is on full display when you head out to the concert hall
the night of a Daryl Struemer performance. It is a transcendent experience like no other as Struemer bounces from style to
style always able to keep the listener engaged and wondering what is coming next. Whenever and wherever Daryl Struemer is
performing, one thing is for certain, he will be surrounded by some of the best musicians on the planet and will be geared
up to put on an amazing show. It is an incomparable concert that you will hope never ends. By the time the night is through
you will be anxiously awaiting the next time Daryl Struemer comes back to town.
is known to mostly play Fender Stratocasters, and played them on many of Phil Collins' biggest hits. His 2007 solo album Go!
featured reworkings of several songs from his early band Sweetbottom. In addition to working with Phil Collins, Stuermer worked
with former Genesis members Mike Rutherford and Tony Banks on their solo work. Not one to forget where he came from, Daryl
Struemer returned to St. Francis High School, his alma mater, to play a free show in 2002. He recorded the album Something
Going On with Frida Lyngtad, formerly of ABBA, in 1982. In addition to all of his work on guitar and bass, Daryl Struemer
played the banjo on the Phil Collins hit The Roof Is Leaking.