Phil Collins is an English musician, singer, and songwriter. He was born on January 30, 1951, in Chiswick, London, England.
Collins gained fame as the drummer and later the lead vocalist of the rock band Genesis.
He was a member of the band from 1970 to 1996, during which time they released many successful albums and singles.
Collins also pursued a successful solo career, releasing a number of hit albums and singles. He has won numerous awards, including seven Grammy Awards, two Golden Globe Awards, and an Academy Award.
Some of his most famous songs include “In the Air Tonight,” “Against All Odds,” “Another Day in Paradise,” and “You’ll Be in My Heart.”
He is regarded as one of the most successful musicians in rock and pop history.
Phil Collins Parents: Meet June Collins and Greville Collins
Phil Collins was born in Chiswick, London, England, on January 30, 1951, to Greville Philip Austin Collins and Winifred June Strange.
His father, Greville Philip Austin Collins, was a theatrical agent, and his mother, Winifred June Strange, was a talent scout and former theatrical agent.
Phil Collins was raised in a musical household, and his father was an amateur drummer who introduced him to music at a young age. Phil Collins has credited his parents with nurturing his interest in music and helping him develop his skills as a musician.