He’s still going strong at 66, despite having to postpone two concerts at the Royal Albert Hall after he tripped over a step in his London hotel and was taken to hospital.
His rearranged Albert Hall gigs will be in November, then he’s added Nottingham, Sheffield, Manchester, Glasgow, Newcastle and Birmingham to the trip.
“It took just a few moments on stage and singing with the fans to convince me that this was the best idea I’ve had in years,” says Phil of the recent shows. “There’s so much love and so much fun. We decided to share that with as many people as we could.”
Phil shot to fame as the drummer and lead singer of Genesis before having a string of solo hits, including In the Air Tonight, Another Day in Paradise, Sussudio and Against All Odds.
He is one of only two recording artists, along with Paul McCartney, who have sold more than 100 million records worldwide both as solo artists and separately as principal members of a band.
We look forward to welcoming Phil Collins to Nottingham on 22nd November 2017.