Phil Collins Falls Backward During Charlotte Concert
Phil Collins is living proof his Not Dead Yet tour is an accurate measure of his physical well-being, because he’s still kicking after taking a nasty backward fall.
Phil was performing at his Not Dead Yet Tour Sunday night at the Spectrum Center in Charlotte, NC. In between songs, the 68-year-old singer walked over to a chair with an assist from a cane. He was eager to enjoy a front-row seat to his son’s sick drum solo.
Problem was … Phil’s momentum took him backward. As you can see and hear in the video … the audience gasped in shock while stage crew members ran over to help him up.
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