Phil Collins certainly didn't mean to intrude. He just wanted to lend a hand..or two. Everything else after that was just one big happy accident.
Phil Collins has been considered a genius when it comes to music ever since his days with Genesis and while the term ‘genius’ does get tossed around a bit there’s no doubt at all that it can be applied rightfully to him.
Phil Collins launched the third leg of the Not Dead Yet Tour to substantial success, selling 96,311 tickets and banking $14.4 million from seven shows, according to figures reported to Billboard Boxscore. He impacts the Hot Tours recap dated Oct. 27, 2018 at No. 3 due to the East Coast arena run.
Too many superstars perform so often that they oversaturate the marketplace and play to diminishing returns, but that hasn’t been the case for Phil Collins thus far this century, who outside of his "First Final Farewell" Tour in 2004 and a brief Genesis reunion in 2007 was essentially missing in action (outside of a mini-Motown tribute).