Phil Collins was seen being pushed in a wheelchair ahead of his show in Atlanta, Georgia, on Saturday, one day before falling onstage in Charlotte, North Carolina.
The 68-year-old British rocker appeared frail as an assistant helped him get into the wheelchair after exiting a chauffeur-driven vehicle, as he defiantly pressed on with his Not Dead Yet Live! tour, despite debilitating back pains.
On Sunday, the In The Air Tonight singer suffered a nasty fall at Charlotte's Spectrum Center, when he fell backwards in his chair while watching his 18-year-old son Nicolas' drum solo during a break in performing.
The show must go on: Phil Collins was seen being pushed in a wheelchair ahead of his show in Atlanta, Georgia, on Saturday as he pressed on with his Not Dead Yet Live! tour
In video footage, the audience is heard screaming in shock as the veteran musician falls flat on his back, moments before aides rush to assist him.
However, the show went on for the musician, and he is scheduled to continue with his tour, with dates booked for Detroit, Michigan, and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, on Tuesday and Wednesday, respectively.
On Sunday, ahead of his stage fall, the star appeared to be in an upbeat mood as he was wheeled to his hotel ahead of performing at Atlanta's Infinite Energy Center.
Fall: On Sunday, the rocker suffered a nasty fall at Charlotte, North Carolina's Spectrum Center, when he fell backwards in his chair while watching his son Nicolas' drum solo
He thrilled fans as he stopped to greet them and sign autographs, hours before taking to the stage and belting through a broad selection of his biggest hits.
Last week, Phil was seen using the aid