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April 21st, 9:00 am


Enjoy the fantastic weather and have an amazing Easter and we’ll see some of you next week:)

youtu.be/jd0nSN90HgkMusic video by Marillion performing Easter. (P) 1990 The copyright in this audiovisual recording is owned by EMI Records Ltd
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Beautiful song , perfect for walking in the Forest during gorgeous spring❤️happy Easter

Happy Easter you lovelies! We love you! X

Love this one ❤️ happy Easter

Happy Easter to you all. Can't wait for Friday.😁😁

Happy Easter! I had already used your number to wish my friends happy Easter.

Too easy too good. Happy Easter to everyone

Still one of your best songs ever 😍

Best Song ever 😉 Happy Easter to you too

Happy Easter from the USA. Love the song! One of my favorites to play. Always puts me in a good mood!

Thank you! Belgian rock radio Classic 21 has just played Easter☺🤗

Just a beautiful song in every way, lyrically, vocally and musically and it has one of the best guitar solos I've heard, I'll be going to my very first and hopefully not the last Marillion gig this November at Glasgow's Royal Concert Hall and I definitely hope they play Easter.

Greatest guitar solo EVER!!! Happy Easter!

Thanks guys for the great music...Easter is in my pub gig set to stay!

Thought it was the best Marillion song ever, but along came the Brave album. You guys rock.

Easter has the best guitar solo ever.

One of the best songs ever, and I've heard quite a few already. 😃

Happy Easter. Cant wait for next weekend ❤

Happy Easter everyone! From us all at Proggers 🤘

I have listened to this song on every Easter since 1990. I think this was one of the first songs that made me fall in love with Marillion! And that solo!

Can’t wait for next weekend! Safe travels everyine

I absolutely, absolutely, absolutely adore this song ❤️❤️❤️❤️

Love this to death guys both studio and live

I will never tire of the heart splintering guitar solo on Easter. See you next week. 💚

Hope you all had a great Easter. See you in Leicester! 😍

So young... As we were... 😊 One of your best songs.

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April 18th, 9:38 pm


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Two guitar necks and 4 arms. Caption competition!


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Guitar Heroes of Music & Magic

Mike Rutherford Steinberger Genesis circa 1986 special - love that guitar!

I knew there was a way a man could enjoy a beer while playing the guitar, bring on that cold one!!! :p

Praise the lord, thank marillion its easter!

Will there come a time when we believe - the only way ahead is to put UP our arms 🙃🤪

The infinite wisdom of Genesha…. and we always knew Steve was a God...

Imagine that guitar solo when I’ll use all my hands on this guitar

Its fun to play at the YMCA

Oh come on Rothery join in - It’s fun to be at the Y...M...C..A

Marillion finally cover their favourite track...YMCA

Steve Hogarth celebrates the second coming.

It's the guitar deity again!

Steve’s two arms away from a perfect solo.

A Farewell To Arms.

Is Rothrers chuckling to himself & thinking “It’s been 40 years & still no one knows I’m really a spider 🤣🤣”?

Doc Oc surprised Spiderman with his latest riff

They refer to Rothery as God, I didn't realise he was a Hindu god.

OK now I understand! It's not just skills and talent then...It's cheating!!😃😉

Too much of good red wine? 🍷 🤪

I need two necks to keep my extra arms out of trouble.

Get ready for the solo on Grendel

When you need an extra set of arms just to applaud yourself

Not surprised he has a superpower! 😀😀

It was the exact moment Steve grew two extra arms that he realized he had reached a new level of guitar playing.

Breaking News: Steve Rothery and Doctor Otto Octavious form unlikely partnership

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