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Somebody Get Phil Collins a Gold Watch

Posted by Joan Anderman  April 25, 2008 12:19 PM

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On the heels of his world tour with Genesis, Phil Collins announced today that he is retiring from music. Turns out Collins is more excited about his collection of memorabilia from the Battle of the Alamo than touring or recording. “It’s not that unusual for a man of my age who grew up reading Davy Crockett,” Collins told The Times of London. Click here to read the story.

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4 comments so far...
  1. Thank god........about time!

    Posted by Hamish McArtney May 31, 08 01:47 PM
  1. Thats not good =[

    Posted by Fishcake June 14, 08 06:32 AM
  1. Well, he has been doing music from since '68 he deserves a break :D good luck phil! i wish i met him once though :I that would be once of my top 3 wishes :)

    Posted by PhilPhan August 26, 08 02:18 AM
  1. well imma miss the band you guys are good, someone to look up to and if phil wants to retire then ... let him he is a good man and one hell of a singer my family calls me crazy but its worth it

    Posted by jeffery drake October 20, 08 02:55 PM
 

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