Phil relied on walking aids for a few years after back surgery made it difficult for the rocker to walk.
Smiling, the singer got out of the car in a good mood for rehearsals.
His ex-wife Orianne Cevey has vowed to fight the star in a courtroom amid reports he was planning to launch eviction lawsuits to get her out of his Miami mansion.
However, Phil focused on his excitement about returning to tour.
It will be the first time they have toured together since 2007.
The drummer was helped in his wheelchair when he got out of the car.
It will mark Genesis’ first tour in 14 years.
The trio were seen together recently for the first time since their public appearance in 2007.
At the time, they were playing their Turn It On Again: The Tour.
Now they will be returning to the stage to shoot in April of next year.
Their initial dates in November were postponed after the coronavirus pandemic wreaked havoc around the world.
All the excitement comes amid Phil’s latest marital woes.
Initially, love had brought him back with his ex-wife Orianne in 2016.
Phil married three times in his life and Orianne was his third wife.
They decided to give their love a second chance after their divorce.
Sparks were flying when they met in 1994 during Phil’s tour of Switzerland.
They married in a romantic ceremony in 1999.
The old flames divorced in 2008 after nine years of marriage before reuniting years later.
Of course, the couple have a lot of history together and they are raising their sons.
However, they broke up again and claims surfaced that his ex-wife quietly tied the knot with Thomas Bates in Las Vegas over the summer – according to TMZ.
It has been reported that the singer intends to take legal action to evict his ex from his Miami mansion.
Cevey’s attorney, Frank Maister, said she plans to fight any lawsuits brought by her ex.
Maister told The Sun: “We will be dealing with Mr. Collins at the courthouse, not with the gossip column. “