Phil Collins Reveals His Thoughts In Continuing Genesis Tour
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He’s Officially Removing The Question Mark
For Genesis’ highly-anticipated reunion tour, they made the title intentionally vague, adding in a question mark on “The Last Domino?” But according to Phil Collins, they will cease to exist as a band after 2021. After their final gig in Boston in December, Genesis will be no more.
In a new interview with Mojo magazine (via Prog), the 70-year-old rocker shut down the possibility of extending their trek all the way to 2022.
“This English and American tour, that will be enough for me,” he declared. When asked if he’s going to officially remove the question mark on the tour’s title, he answered: “Yes. The question mark was Tony Banks’ idea.”
And as for Banks, he’s still open to doing more shows.
“I think it depends a little bit how it goes,” the keyboardist admitted to Mojo. “How Phil stands up to it all. How the audience receive it, and how we all feel about it, really.”
When Collins sat down for a chat on BBC Breakfast News the other week, he talked about his health struggles and revealed that he can “barely hold a drum stick”. His son Nic will take over the drumming duties, while Phil will be on lead vocals.