Collins to perform first and final concert in Israel

Collins is expected to play at Tel Aviv’s Bloomfield Stadium, his first concert in Israel.

By ADENA KERSTEIN
November 5, 2005 00:34
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Phil Collins has embarked on a farewell tour, and it is making a stop in Israel on Monday. Collins is expected to play at Tel Aviv's Bloomfield Stadium, his first concert in Israel. Prior to his successful solo career, Collins was the drummer and front man for Genesis. Some of his well-known solo hits include "You Can't Hurry Love," "Groovy Kind of Love," "Another Day in Paradise," and a number of songs on Disney film soundtracks. Tickets for the concert range from NIS 360 to 480. Those unable to attend the concert can still enjoy the music live by tuning in to Reshet Bet and 88 FM, which will both broadcast the performance. Interviews with the singer are promised as well. The concert begins at 8 p.m. For more information, call (03) 604-5000.

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