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Phil Collins announces comeback tour next year

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Singer Phil Collins has announced the "Not Dead Yet" tour in next year following his retirement from music in 2011.

The 65-year-old veteran musician will kick off the run in on June 4, playing five nights at the Royal Albert Hall, before heading to Cologne, for two nights, reported entertainment Weekly.



"It's going to be a romp through my songs that people love," he said.

Collins' 15-year-old son Nicholas will also accompany him onstage, playing drums on the tour.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Phil Collins announces comeback tour next year

Singer Phil Collins has announced the "Not Dead Yet" tour in Europe next year following his retirement from music in 2011. The 65-year-old veteran musician will kick off the run in London on June 4, playing five nights at the Royal Albert Hall, before heading to Cologne, Germany for two nights, reported entertainment Weekly. "It's going to be a romp through my songs that people love," he said. Collins' 15-year-old son Nicholas will also accompany him onstage, playing drums on the tour. Singer Phil Collins has announced the "Not Dead Yet" tour in next year following his retirement from music in 2011.

The 65-year-old veteran musician will kick off the run in on June 4, playing five nights at the Royal Albert Hall, before heading to Cologne, for two nights, reported entertainment Weekly.

"It's going to be a romp through my songs that people love," he said.

Collins' 15-year-old son Nicholas will also accompany him onstage, playing drums on the tour.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Phil Collins announces comeback tour next year

Singer Phil Collins has announced the "Not Dead Yet" tour in next year following his retirement from music in 2011.

The 65-year-old veteran musician will kick off the run in on June 4, playing five nights at the Royal Albert Hall, before heading to Cologne, for two nights, reported entertainment Weekly.

"It's going to be a romp through my songs that people love," he said.

Collins' 15-year-old son Nicholas will also accompany him onstage, playing drums on the tour.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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