One of the most successful British rock musicians of his generation is returning to the European stage. Phil Collins is back to perform at the Munich Olympic Stadium on 24th June, as part of his "Still Not Dead Yet Live" Tour.
With sales of around 100 million records, a worldwide number one album and classic songs that have served as soundtracks of the lives of millions of fans, Phil Collins is a true pop music legend, inspiring countless musicians. After a long break from touring and the music business as a whole, Collins felt he was ready to hang up his drumsticks: "I thought I would retire unnoticed, but thanks to my fans, family and the support of some exceptional musicians, I’ve rediscovered my passion for music and live shows. It's time to start all over again and I'm really looking forward to it. It just feels right."
The former drummer and later, frontman, of 70’s cult band, Genesis, Phil Collins became one of the most successful artists of his generation. With more singles hitting the UK Top-40 than any other musician of the 80s, he emerged as a solo artist in 1981 with his successful album "Face Value", from which the mega-hit single, "In the Air Tonight" was taken.
Phil Collins’s Munich performance can’t come soon enough, when he’ll be welcomed by legions of ecstatic fans!
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