Pop singer Phil Collins is coming to Omaha.

The “In the Air Tonight” singer will play CHI Health Center on Oct. 11.

It comes among a string of only 15 dates, and Omaha is one of the smallest markets on the run, which follows last year’s successful tour.

Named after his candid autobiography, “Not Dead Yet,” Collins’ current tour features a total of 81 shows that run through this summer. Many of the dates sold out, and the trek was one of last year’s top 25 worldwide tours, according to Pollstar.

Collins, 68, dubbed the fall leg of his tour “Still Not Dead Yet,” and he’ll perform hits such as “Against All Odds,” “Another Day in Paradise,” “I Missed Again,” “Follow You Follow Me,” “In the Air Tonight” and “Easy Lover.”

Collins came to prominence as the drummer for Genesis, and after the departure of Peter Gabriel, he ascended to the frontman spot. Genesis has six platinum albums and seven top-10 hits, including “Invisible Touch” and “In Too Deep.”

Collins left the band in 1996 to pursue his solo career, and earned himself seven more platinum albums and seven No. 1 songs, including “Groovy Kind of Love,” “Sussudio” and “Two Hearts.” He wrote acclaimed songs for Disney’s “Tarzan” and reunited for a tour with Genesis in 2007.

Collins’ work has earned him eight Grammys, two Golden Globes and one Oscar. He’s sold 33.5 million albums in the United States as a solo artist and another 21.5 million with Genesis.

Tickets to see Collins in Omaha go on sale at 10 a.m. March 30 via Ticketmaster.

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