Phil Collins And Genesis Bid Farewell To Touring In Final London Show

Genesis first formed in 1967 and became a major act in the 1970s with Peter Gabriel, selling more than 100 million records. Collins became the band’s drummer and backing vocalist in 1970 before becoming lead vocalist in 1975, as Gabriel departed for a solo career. Conflicting reports indicated Gabriel was in the audience for the final show.

Genesis performed at London’s 02 arena, staging what was billed as the bands final concert Saturday night.

Phil Collins, the group’s former drummer, was joined by keyboardist Tony Banks and guitarist Mike Rutherford. Collins, age 71 and increasingly frail with back and hip issues, sat centre stage throughout.

“The Last Domino? Tour” was postponed during the pandemic and came after the band 14 year touring hiatus.

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Genesis released 15 studio albums in its long career. The band’s final night set list:

Genesis, The O2, London, U.K., March 26, 2022 Setlist

Behind the Lines / Duke’s End
Turn It On Again
Land of Confusion
Home By the Sea
Second Home By the Sea
Fading Lights
The Cinema Show
That’s All
The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway
Follow You Follow Me
No Son of Mine
Firth of Fifth
I Know What I Like (In Your Wardrobe)
Throwing It All Away
Tonight Tonight Tonight
Invisible Touch


I Can’t Dance
Dancing With the Moonlight Knight
Carpet Crawlers


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