The iconic rock band were together from 1967 to 2000 and apart from a brief reunion they’ve not performed since 2007. But now a Genesis reunion is announced this morning on the Radio 2 breakfast show. According to The Sun, Phil Collins, Tony Banks and Mike Rutherford are back.
However, Peter Gabriel, who left the band in 1975 will not join the trio.
Genesis are set to perform their reunion tour across the UK in November and December.
While tickets for the hotly-anticipated tour will go on sale later this month.
Genesis even teased their reunion on their official Instagram account. Posting a picture of Collins, Banks and Rutherford, it read: “And then there were three…”
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Phil Collins: Genesis REUNION tour after 13 years BUT Peter Gabriel not involved (Image: GETTY)
Back in 2016, Collins said that the 2007 Genesis tour was meant to be the big goodbye.
During a press conference for his 2017 UK solo tour, the now 69-year-old said: “I wouldn't want to do anything that lasted six months or a long time. But I wouldn’t rule out doing something.”
Genesis formed in 1967 with Collins added as the drummer in 1970 and eventually lead singer, taking over from Peter Gabriel.
Earlier this year, the musician revealed how The Beatles’ George Harrison once played a prank on him.
The Genesis trio reunite after 13 years (Image: GETTY)
Speaking with Classic Rock, the 69-year-old revealed how playing drums with the star came about.
Collins said: “That was when I was in Flaming Youth. Our manager got a call from Ringo Starr’s chauffeur, who said they needed a percussionist, and he suggested me.sonos sonos One (Gen 2) - Voice Controlled Smart Speaker with Amazon Alexa Built-in - Black read more
“So I went down to Abbey Road and Harrison was there and Ringo and Billy Preston and Klaus Voormann and Phil Spector, and we started routining the song. No one told me what to play, and every