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Phil Collins Steps Off From the Music Scene

April 28, 2008 (9:04 am) GMT
Legendary pop singer Phil Collins reveals a shocking news to his fans telling to the press that he will retire from the music industry.

It seems that has had enough time playing and making music, the singer recently stated his retirement from the music industry. Phil's announced the news on Friday, April 25 to the press stating that he will not release anymore albums and do another tour.

Despite his resignation, Phil also reveals that he will not entirely flee of the music scene. He said that he will still write songs and work behind the scene in order to enjoy his life more. The singer also added that by retiring he now can have more time to do his hobby which is collecting the Battle of The Alamo's memorabilia. Speaking about his hobby Phil said, "It's not that unusual for a man of my age who grew up reading Davy Crockett."

Until now the pop singer has been involved in the music industry for about 30 years. He started his career as a drummer for pop progressive band in 1974 before leaving the band in 1996 to pursue his solo career. From then on his music career evolves and today people knew him more as a singer than a drummer.

The last album he worked on was a soundtrack album of Disney's animated movie "". The album which was titled "Brother Bear: Original Soundtrack" was released on October 21, 2003.

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