Genesis star in Phil Collins health update saying hes less mobile than he was
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Former Genesis guitarist Mike Rutherford appeared on BBC Breakfast to give an update on band member and close pal Phil Collins.
Speaking to the presenters, the 72-year-old expressed that Phil, 72, is "much more immobile than he used to be" as he discussed their past tour.
"Phil is much more immobile than he used to be," Mike started. "It's a shame but at the tour he was in good spirits and he's fine now at home, enjoying life.
"He's worked so hard over the years, I think he's enjoying his time at home," he added.
Mike also revealed that Phil's son Nic had joined them on tour as their regular drummer couldn't make it.
"He's joining us, our regular Gary can't make this one so Nic is going to step in and he's a fantastic drummer," Mike confirmed.
When asked if Phil would be proud to see his son on stage with his former bandmates, Mike replied: "I think so, on stage at the last tour it was really nice to have the two of them side by side."
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