Because Phil Collins retired from music in 2011, we thought we'd never hear from him again. Well, he has recovered from his back surgery and he has again taken the stage. This time at a middle-school in Miami where his sons attend class.
Some of the greatest music of all time came from the music guru of Phil Collins and Genesis. For this weeks Throwback Tuesday let’s take you back to the 80’s. Grab your Pepsi Free and enjoy “That’s All”
Something I’d love to see, but sad to report on it looks like a Genesis tour anytime soon isn’t likely. Both Genesis, and former vocalist Peter Gabriel, are both asked possibilities of a reunion, and we have the answer from Ultimate Classic Rock.
A few years back I had the privilege of interviewing Phil Collins on the phone. We talked about his upcoming Broadway show, his new collection of love songs on CD, and the rumors of how he came to the lyrics of "In The Air Tonight".
"Did you actually witness a drowning as a child where the adult present did nothing?" I asked.
If you missed it this morning, here is his response.
After a long and successful career, rocker Phil Collins announced his retirement from music on Friday. Collins cited multiple health problems from decades of banging the drums as the reason, including "hearing problems, a dislocated vertebra and nerve damage in his hands" according to "The Telegraph".
We bid farewell to Phil with this classic video for his hit "Sussudio:&q