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‘I can barely hold a drumstick’ says ‘physically challenged’ Phil Collins

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Phil Collins has sparked concern among fans after he confessed to no longer being able to play the drums. The Genesis star, 70, has been beset by health problems for the past 15 years – and his son Nicholas will take over the drum stool on the band’s forthcoming reunion tour.

And he admitted his playing days are over on BBC Breakfast this week. He said: ‘I’m kind of physically challenged a bit, which is very frustrating because I’d love to be playing up there with my son.

No [I can’t drum anymore]. I’d love to, but I can barely hold a stick with this hand. There are certain physical things that get in the way.’ Collins, who has sold 250million records with Genesis and as a solo artist, has been seen using a wheelchair after back surgery and

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