He’s undergone multiple back surgeries, leaving him unable to stand.
But ‘Against All Odds’, Phil Collins delivered a stirring performance from a chair during his Not Dead Yet: Live! tour in Sydney on Monday evening.
After kicking off his Australian leg of the tour in Brisbane, the veteran rocker looked in high-spirits as he performed in front of 21,000 Sydney fans in the Harbour city. bandar ceme
Playing at the Qudos Bank Arena, the musician belted out original Genesis classics, along with some of his new tunes.
Fans enjoyed a night of nostalgia as they watched the English singer pour his heart and soul into his performance.
After having multiple back surgeries and unable to stand, the frail crooner was seen throwing his hands up in the air and singing with all his strength.
Nick Collins, Phill’s 17-year-old son, was on the drums, handling some of his father’s most iconic drum tracks of all time.
At one point, the superstar grabbed his walking stick and stood for his fans, blowing them a kiss and thanking them for their support.
Australian fans have been waiting for the rocker to return Down Under since 1995 to play a live set.
With over 280 million records sold in a career spanning almost 50 years as a solo artist and a member of Genesis, Phil’s work continues to influence and inspire his fans and fellow artists.
Many musicians have been influenced and inspired by his music including Adele, Lorde, Pharrell Williams and Beyonce.
Phil is also taking his ‘Not Dead Yet’ tour to Adelaide, Perth and then Melbourne.