Phil Collins, Genesis members decide to market music rights for songs like ‘In the Air Tonight’, ‘Invisible Touch’
Philip David Charles Collins is an English drummer, singer, songwriter, record producer, and actor. Philip Collins and the members of the Genesis band decided to market the licensing rights to both their collective and individual creations.
Phil Collins and Bandmates Market Songs Collection for $300 Million
Phil Collins and his bandmates, Mike Rutherford and Tony Banks, are the most recent singers to sell off their record collection; they have agreed to market a selection of their works to Concord Music Group Inc. for roughly $300 million.
Bob Dylan transferred the rights to his songs around the time of the pandemic for $400 million, and Bruce Springsteen quickly followed with a shocking $500 million for his creations.
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Phil Collins: A Famous Drummer
In 1970, Phil Collins joined Genesis as their drummer. Following Peter Gabriel’s departure from the band, whose compositions are not covered by the sales agreement, Collins took over as the group’s primary vocalist and songwriter.
Before becoming even more well-known as a solo singer with albums like In the Air Tonight and Sussudio, Phil Collins was the new songwriter for Genesis, penning songs for the band like Invisible Touch and I Can’t Dance.
What is the most popular album by Genesis?
We Can’t Dance by Genesis, which sold over 15,000,000 copies, is the band’s best-selling album.
What awards has Collins received in his career?
Phil Collins has won multiple honors, including eight Grammy Awards, an Oscar for Tarzan, and a Disney film from 1999 for best original song.
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