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Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Lightning Round With Phil Collins

Phil Collins has a real affinity for anything associated with Davy Crockett! (AP photo; hat via photoshop)

Phil Collins has a real affinity for anything associated with Davy Crockett! (AP photo; We added the hat via photoshop)

Why does Phil Collins have a Davy Crockett hat? Did he and Peter Gabriel really have a falling out? How did Collins move from Genesis drummer to frontman? During our interview with the rock and roll superstar about his new album, “Going Back,” Robin Young posed these and other intrepid questions we just couldn’t resist asking. Along with the doctored photo above, we thought we’d pass along Collins’ answers to all of you.


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