“I’m no longer officially retired,” Phil Collins has announced in an interview with Rolling Stone, signalling he’s ready to work on new material and possibly even looking to tour before that. “The horse is out of the stable and I’m raring to go,” the 64 year old said, before mentioning he’d want to come out
I can feel it coming in the air tonight – a Genesis reunion. Almost four years have passed since the prog-rock giants’ drummer and solo musician Phil Collins quit music, but now it appears that he’s contemplating getting back into things, with some more solo work, and even a Genesis reunion tour. The Guardian are
Phil Collins has admitted that he doesn’t like music anymore, the 60-year-old former Genesis drummer and singer revealing that he never feels the urge to turn on his stereo or listen to songs – even, you would imagine, his own.
Phil Collins has quit music – citing health problems as the main reason for his retirement. According to FHM Collins’s problems stem from years of being hunched over his drum kit. Medical issues ranging from hearing loss, dislocated vertebra, and nerve damage in his hands (needed mostly for banging those drums a la Cadbury Gorilla