Phil Collins' Not Dead Yet tour is back on the road in North America with the current shows marking the Genesis legend's first North American concerts in 12 years. Collins hits Philly's Wells Fargo Center tonight (October 8th) and has arena stops set for Boston; Toronto; Newark; Brooklyn; Montreal; Cleveland; Columbus; Minneapolis; Chicago; Oakland; and Las Vegas before wrapping on October 28th in Los Angeles at The Forum.

Just released is Phil Collins' massive four-disc set, Plays Well With Others, collecting his various sessions and collaborations with such heavyweights as Robert Plant, Paul McCartney and Pete Townshend, Peter Gabriel, Earth, Wind, And Fire's Phillip Bailey, ABBA's Anni-Frid Lyngstad, Quincy Jones, Genesis, Argent, Tony Bennett, Howard Jones, Adam Ant, Bryan Adams, Joe Cocker, the Four Tops, Tears For Fears, the Bee Gees, Annie Lenox, Chaka Khan, George Martin, David Crosby, Eric Clapton, and George Harrison, among many others.

Phil Collins admits that he feels invigorated having his virtuoso son joining him on tour: "And especially having Nicholas behind me on drums; because of his influences -- I mean, (John) Bonham, and Chad Smith, and me -- there's a lot of balls. We have a kind of shorthand between us. And he takes notes very well, he doesn't get offended, which is one of the things that you have to be careful of if you're gonna have, y'know, family in the band."

AUDIO: PHIL COLLINS ON WORKING WITH HIS BAND