His right foot isn’t in tip-top shape, he’s coming off back surgery and he has a problem with a hand. But Phil Collins’ "In The Air Tonight" still packs some punch.
Having sold more than 250 million albums in his career, Phil Collins -- one of the best-selling artists of all time -- is making a comeback after a self-imposed retirement, taking his impressive catalog of classic hits on the road for his first tour in nearly 10 years.
In his new memoir, "Not Dead Yet" (Crown Archetype), pop star Phil Collins recalls his drumming audition in 1970 for the group Genesis, the British rock group formed in the late sixties, whose original band members included Tony Banks, Mike Rutherford, Peter Gabriel and Anthony Phillips. They would go on to sell more than 100 million records worldwide.