Patrick BallsTake a look at him now! Phil Collins is heading out on tour for the first time in 10 years. The Rock and Roll Hall of Famer announced his 2017 Not Dead Yet Live! tour today at London’s Royal Albert Hall.

The tour will kick off June 4 with a five-night residency at the legendary London venue. He’ll follow that up with two nights in Cologne, Germany and two nights in Paris, France. Tickets go on sale Friday at 9 a.m. on

Phil’s hiatus from the stage was due in large part to a combination of health problems, including major back surgery last year to repair nerve damage caused by years of performing. He still walks with a cane.

Since coming out of semi-retirement, he’s written an autobiography — also called Not Dead Yet — which will be released on October 25. He also played at the U.S. Open with Leslie Odom Jr. back in August.

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