Phil Collins’ career and comeback tour in 2017

Phil Collins, one of the biggest musicians of the 80’s, has returned to the stage this year after over a decade of retirement and his fans are delighted to welcome him home. 

Phil Collins concerts earlier this year at the Royal Albert Hall sold out in seconds, leading to Phil Collins to announce yet more ‘Not Dead Yet’ tour dates in 2017. Phil Collins tour in 2017 will see him perform at Nottingham’s Motorpoint Arena, Sheffield Arena, London’s Royal Albert Hall, Manchester Arena, The SSE Hydro in Glasgow, Metro Radio Arena in Newcastle and Genting Arena in Birmingham. To watch this legendary artists live, get in touch and secure your Phil Collins hospitality today.

With a career spanning more than three decades, it’s no wonder Phil Collins is so popular. Starting out in Chiswick, London, Phil Collins has certainly had an incredible career. Phil Collins’ career took off with the band Genesis, frequently considered one of the most successful rock bands of all time. Collins created five studio albums with Genesis, creating a great number of hits, and became their front man.

For a while Phil Collins maintained a solo career, and succeeding as a front man for Genesis but his first studio album “Face Value” was his first real success having gone solo. Another notable album for Phil Collins is “No Jacket Required” that was filled with hit songs and was critically acclaimed.

Phil Collins became praised as a “pop genius” as created hit after hit, often soulful ballads and classical R&B. Phil Collins’ greatest hits include In the Air Tonight, Another Day In Paradise and Take Me Home many of which went platinum multiple times. Phil Collins also worked on the soundtrack for Tarzan (1991) and created the hit You’ll be in my Heart.

Phil Collins retired over 10 years ago, of course he has still done the occasional gig, and the small Genesis reunion tour in 2018. But for the first time, Phil Collins is “no longer officially retired” and he’s excited to back. Phil Collins headlined at British Summer Time festival at Hyde Park to over 65,000 screaming fans.

Not only is Phil Collins back touring, but there is potential for new music. In an interview, Phil Collins said, “if people rediscover the old stuff and show interest, it’d be silly not to make more music.” Certainly, huge crowds have been rediscovering the classic ballads of Phil Collins, so will new music be right around the corner? Phil Collins comeback tour of 2017 has already been praised a massive success, maybe you can turn back the clock.

Don’t miss out on the chance to see Phil Collins return to the stage in 2017, get in touch today to secure the best seats in the house.

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