Tony Banks is a founding member and the keyboardist of the rock band Music/{{Genesis}}, and appears to be responsible in large part for some of their weirder post-Peter Gabriel tunes.

His main solo albums include:
* ''A Curious Feeling'' 1979
* ''The Fugitive'' 1983
* ''Bankstatement'' 1989
* ''Still'' 1991
* ''Strictly Inc.'' 1995
* ''Seven: A Suite for Orchestra'' 2004
* ''Six Pieces for Orchestra'' 2012

Other albums include:
* ''The Wicked Lady Soundtrack'' 1983
* ''Soundtracks'' 1986

!!Tony Banks and his music provide examples of these tropes:

* BornInTheWrongCentury: The protagonist of the song "Throwback" from the album ''Bankstatement'':
-->''I walk the backstreets''
-->''Of every dirty city, searching for the route''
-->''That leads me back to where I belong''
-->''I don't know how, but I'm trapped in the wrong time''
-->''If you know someplace I can go''
-->''Then I ask you, lead me to the door!''
* ConceptAlbum: ''A Curious Feeling''.
* DeadpanSnarker
* GentlemanSnarker
* GoodIsNotNice
* HappilyMarried
* LonelyPianoPiece: "In The Dark" from ''A Curious Feeling''.
* LossOfIdentity: This happens to the protagonist of the ConceptAlbum ''A Curious Feeling''.
* TheManBehindTheMan: Arguable. Despite the fact that people tend to label the band's eras as the Gabriel and Collins eras and give those two the largest share of the credit, Banks actually had the majority of writing credits in both eras.
* PopStarComposer: Banks scored the 1983 Faye Dunaway movie ''The Wicked Lady'' and the 1986 Kevin Bacon movie ''Quicksilver'' (no, not ''this'' ''{{Quicksilver}}'', the [[SimilarlyNamedWorks one about the bike messengers]]), among others.
** May be somewhat subverted, as Banks has not yet achieved the fame that his Music/{{Genesis}} bandmates and fellow [[PopstarComposer Pop Star Composers]] PeterGabriel and PhilCollins have.
* RichIdiotWithNoDayJob: Though he came from a wealthy/upper class background and met his fellow Music/{{Genesis}} founders at the prestigious public school they all attended, this is an averted trope.
* RippedFromTheHeadlines: WordOfGod says that "Strictly Incognito" from the album ''Strictly Inc.'' is loosely based on an actual case Banks read about in the newspaper.
* [[SanitySlippageSong Sanity Slippage Album]]: ''A Curious Feeling''.
* TheStoic