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Phil Collins Says He's "Still Not Dead Yet," Adds More U.S. Tour Dates
Today, GRAMMY-winning drummer/singer/legend Phil Collins announced the Still Not Dead Yet, Live! 2019 U.S. tour. The British star will begin the 15-date tour leg on Sept. 23 in Dallas and finish out on Oct. 19 in Las Vegas, following the success of his 2018 North American return.
Phil Collins Still Not Dead Yet, Live!
Due to overwhelming demand, Phil will return to the US this fall.
- Tickets On Sale for Verified Fans Friday 29th at 10am
- General On Sale Begins Saturday 30th at 10am
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— Phil Collins (@PhilCollinsFeed) March 21, 2019
He will perform at large venues in U.S. cities, including several he hasn't been to in a decade or more. The dates include stops in Atlanta on Sept. 28, Madison Square Garden in New York City on Oct. 6 and the new Chase Center in San Francisco, Calif. on Oct. 17, before closing things out in Vegas.
Before returning to the States, Collins will bring the Still Not Dead Yet, Live! to Europe in June. He announced that tour last November, tweeting; "I have rediscovered my passion for music and performing! It's time to do it all again and I'm excited… it just feels right."
The shows follow his successful Not Dead Yet tour, named after his 2016 autobiography, which took him around the world in 2017–2018. The North American leg in Fall 2018 marked his first jaunt in the region in 12 years.
He will be backed by the same band as the last tour, which includes his son Nicholas Collins on drums. The concert's promoter has shared that fans can expect to hear some of his biggest hits over his 40-plus year career, including favorites "Against All Odds," "Another Day in Paradise," "In the Air Tonight" and "Easy Lover."
In October 2016, Collins celebrated the release of the autobiography and his triumphant return with a performance backed by The Roots on "The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon." Prior to Not Dead Yet, his last major tour was another coyly named one, The First Final Farewell Tour in 2004–2005.
He has won eight career GRAMMYs, including as a founding member of iconic '80s rock Genesis. 30 years ago, Collin's released his fourth solo studio album, 1989's …But Seriously. The album had four hit songs, including "Another Day In Paradise," which earned him Record Of The Year at the 33rd GRAMMY Awards.
Tickets for his 2019 U.S. tour go on sale Fri., March 30, with presales beginning the day prior; more info here.