Our hearts go out to this musical legend, whose songs we’ve all cherished. Today, he’s facing health challenges. Let’s send him love and healing vibes!

Phil Collins, the renowned Genesis drummer and lead singer, has achieved great success in the music business over the course of his illustrious career.

Alongside Michael Jackson and Paul McCartney, he is one of only three musicians to have sold more than 100 million records both individually and collectively. Collins, who was raised by creative parents in London, England, on January 30th, 1951, was first exposed to music at a young age.

His distinctive sound was created when, at the age of five, he acquired a homemade drum kit from his uncle that included tambourines, triangles, cymbals, and small drums.

Essential bands like The Shadows led the way as the English beat scene started to emerge. Collins would later lead this movement and frequently play social events that were sponsored by his parents’ boating club.

At the tender age of fourteen, Collins was introduced to rock and roll and was moved to buy a record player and Please Please Me by The Beatles. He’d put the record player on loud and play the drums in front of a mirror so he didn’t have to look at what he was doing.

To learn how to read drum music, which was necessary if one wanted to work in a dance band or orchestra pit, he decided to take drum lessons from a tutor. But Collins quickly realized that playing intuitively was much better than reading music.

When Collin came across an advertisement for a drummer who belonged to Genesis in the 1970s, his life took an astounding turn. They agreed to take Collins on when he contacted them, which launched his illustrious musical career.

They had a lot of songs that became iconic masterpieces that we still adore throughout their five albums as The Beatles. Because there weren’t enough qualified candidates, Collins quickly took over as the band’s lead singer.

He struggled at first to adjust to playing the drums and singing at the same time, but he persisted and eventually made a name for himself as one of the best musicians of our time.

Collins enjoyed tremendous success both as a solo artist and as a member of the legendary band Genesis. He rose to the top of the music business thanks to hits like “I Don’t Care Anymore,” “In The Air Tonight,” and “You Can’t Hurry Love.”.

After 25 years with Genesis, Collins made the decision to change his musical direction and concentrate on jazz projects, movie music, and his solo career. He expressed his hope for the future success of his former bandmates, but when 2017 arrived, he decided to reteam with them for their Last Domino world tour.

Sadly, this tour had to be delayed due to the pandemic, and right before it started, Phil gave an interview to BBC Breakfast, which raised some questions about his health. Despite this setback, the band intends to reunite and play live once more, with Nicholas Collins on drums and Phil taking over the vocals.

Nic is a fantastic drummer, but Tony Banks claimed that he could make the early Phil Collins songs even more powerful than they already are.

Phil responded, “I’d like to, but I can hardly grip a stick with this hand,” when asked why he wasn’t playing the drums anymore. Despite the difficulties it does present, Phil has not let physical limitations prevent him from pursuing his passion for music.

The storyteller, a man about our age, spoke with a palpable sense of loss as he described his physical struggles. The fact that he was unable to travel with his son and share in his adventures broke his heart.

He wasn’t yet sure if he wanted to continue his journey due to his state of health. His words gave off the impression that he had accepted the fact that some activities were no longer appropriate for him to partake in.

He found it difficult and demanding to decide whether to keep traveling the same path or stop going on excursions. He understood that, whether it was a conscious decision or a physical constraint, he would have to give up something he loved. He was overwhelmed by the thought of missing out on numerous opportunities in life as a result of this sudden change in circumstances, which made him feel very heavy.