The younger Collins first appeared on stage with his dad at the age of 12.
Phil Collins admitted last fall that he'd been considering the possibility of a return to active duty. Now it looks like a comeback might really be in the cards.
Two '80s superstars made surprising on-stage comebacks this past week. But who did it better?
Phil Collins recently made his return to the concert stage -- but the performance did not take place in the venue that you might expect it to have happened.
Four years after back injuries caused him to stop playing the drums, and three years since the release of his last solo album, Phil Collins says he's considering returning to the stage, possibly even as part of a Genesis reunion. The legendary rock band hasn't performed together since 2007.
Phil Collins -- first drummer, then lead singer for Genesis -- put out his now-classic 1981 solo debut ‘Face Value’ at the conclusion of a messy divorce. The album featured one of the dopest ’80s songs too: ‘In the Air Tonight,’ which just about everybody has played air drums to one time or another. Everyone from Eminem (in his rap hit ‘Stan’) to the world’s greatest U.K. commercial have paid homage to the song.
Classic rock is about heavy hooks, power chords, and tight harmonies, but it’s also about letting loose and enjoying the good times — and there’s no better time than Friday evening, when we pick up our paycheck, punch out of work, and enjoy a couple days of much-needed rest and relaxation.
The Top Phil Collins-era Genesis songs prove that while the group were one of progressive rock's most durable bands, lasting three decades and releasing some powerful music, they were also one of the genre's most eclectic acts. In their early days with Peter Gabriel as frontman, they traversed through pastoral 12-string folk and theatrical exper