Phil Collins has said goodbye to his fans after performing his final ever concert, and now his fans are taking to Twitter to document their experience of Genesis' final gig.This comes as the 71-year-old continues to battle prolonged health conditions.The In The Air Tonight singer can no longer hold a drumstick, which was apparent at his final show, and comes after undergoing surgery on his back years prior.On Saturday night (March 26) the music icon performed with his band Genesis at the O2 Arena in London, before saying goodbye to his fans.
Fans who attended his final gig took to Twitter to document the "emotional" concert, with many explaining how they could clearly see that the singer and drummer appeared to be "frail".One said: "Privileged to see Genesis and Phil Collins tonight at the O2 which after 51 years in the business was the last ever concert , when you get to see how frail Phil Collins is this was an amazing show from someone who stuck two fingers up at his illness."Another penned: "There was laughter, there were tears: last night’s @genesis_band show was indeed the last show that the band will perform after 50+ years of loyal service.
But with @PhilCollinsFeed on fine form and his son Nick an incredible drummer in his own right, this was one for the books."A third added: "Went to see Genesis tonight for the very first time at their last ever concert.