Simon Collins
Musician (Son of Phil Collins)
Simon Collins
Simon Philip N. Collins is a British-Canadian musician. He is the son of English drummer and singer Phil Collins and his first wife Andrea Bertorelli.
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Music Review: Steve Hackett - Genesis Revisited II
Seattle Pi - over 4 years
Music Review: Steve Hackett - Genesis Revisited II Seattle Post-Intelligencer Copyright 2012 Seattle Post-Intelligencer. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Published 9:33 p.m., Thursday, November 22, 2012 [...] I see considerable merit when performers and composers like Keith Emerson, Jeff Lynne, or Steve Hackett take the time to devise fresh approaches for the classic releases they became known for. Yes, the foundations, building blocks, arrangements, melodies, spirit and flavor of the original recordings are alive and well in Hackett's revisions. [...] there are 35 vocalists and players in this production. Singers including John Wetton (Asia), Steven Wilson (Porcupine Tree), Mikael Akerfeldt (Opeth), Simon Collins (son of Phil), Conrad Keely, Francis Dunnery, Neal Morse, Nad Sylvan, and Nik Kershaw provide a rich palate of voices that is sometimes very evocative of Gabriel's ...
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Simon Collins On Best In Class Service
PSFK - almost 5 years
Fashion pioneer gives his five favorite examples of the retail experience.
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Simon Collins On Best In Class Service
PSFK - almost 5 years
Fashion pioneer gives his five favorite examples of the retail experience.
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ACC author: Drop pay-as-you-go to slash levies - New Zealand Herald
Google News - over 5 years
Sir Owen Woodhouse says ACC levies would fail if the insurance system was dropped. Photo / Natalie Slade The founder of accident compensation, Sir Owen Woodhouse, says accident levies could be slashed if the system were returned to its
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RAAF Super Hornet and Army Black Hawk pilots say Riverfire will be great ... - Courier Mail
Google News - over 5 years
Source: Quest Newspapers Fired up: Black Hawk pilots Captain Haydn Jervis and Captain Simon Collins prepare for Riverfire. Source: Quest Newspapers RAAF and Army pilots have predicted their show of air power will surpass previous displays by F-111s at
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Solo fatherhood tough too, poll of dads discovers - New Zealand Herald
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Daniel Phillips, who is raising his 13-month-old son, TK, says solo dads are looked down on. Photo / Natalie Slade It may not be much comfort for solo mums who feel demonised by society - but solo dads feel exactly the same
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Simon Collins back at the Galpharm Stadium to watch Town for old boss Neil ... - Huddersfield Examiner
Google News - over 5 years
And it was interesting to see the name of the QPR scout at the Galpharm for the Colchester match – one Simon Collins. Collins, who is still only 37, played under Warnock during 52 appearances for Town in the early 1990s, when his brother Sam (now of
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Drunken caregivers 'should be tested' - New Zealand Herald
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Doctor leading government review believes alcohol is part of the reason for NZ's high level of child mortality. Photo / Supplied The head of New Zealand's child death review committee is calling for blood testing adults suspected of
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In memory of battered kids - New Zealand Herald
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Thelma McGough with the 14m long embroidered memorial to the 136 children killed by child abuse in New Zealand between 1990 and 2010. Photo / Natalie Slade Art cannot bring battered children back to life - but the names of 136 of them
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Experience Reshapes A Designer
NYTimes - over 5 years
IT was the business equivalent of a blind date. On a February afternoon in 2010, Andrew Rosen, a founder of Theory, and the Belgian designer Olivier Theyskens met for lunch at Macelleria, a rustic Italian restaurant a few cobblestones away from Theory's offices in the meatpacking district. On the surface, the two men were an unlikely pairing. One
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McQueen's Final Showstopper
NYTimes - over 5 years
THERE was a reason Alexander McQueen, who committed suicide last year at the age of 40, was considered one of the greatest fashion designers of his generation, admired by his peers for his astounding technical ability and idolized by students for his near-fearless risk taking. ''People don't want to see clothes,'' he once said. ''They want to see
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Our hungry kids: For Harry, charity begins at home - New Zealand Herald
Google News - over 5 years
Harry Clark, 8, was giving money to overseas missions but has now turned his focus to home. Photo / Sarah Ivey Eight-year-old Harry Clark gets $4 a week pocket money - but he has decided to give $1 of it towards sponsoring a child who
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Our hungry kids: Celebrities pitch in to make sure kids are fed - New Zealand Herald
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Sally Ridge (left), Paula Herbert, Jo Holley and Miriama Smith help pack food for KidsCan. Photo / Brett Phibbs Hungry children at Greerton Village School in Tauranga will open parcels of food packed by a quartet of glamorous
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Our hungry kids: Food entices children to attend school - parent - New Zealand Herald
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A muesli bar and fruit salad cup supplied by the KidsCan charity to be handed out to school children without lunch. Photo / File A parent in a low decile school sums up the impact of school food programmes for children in three words:
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Our hungry kids: Whanau helps put kai on table - New Zealand Herald
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(Back left to right) Naire Pahina, Karaumata Peawini and Mere Pahina with (front left to right) Waimarie Peawini, 7, Noah Pahina-Lokeni, 2, and Quivaille Pahina, 6. Photo / Sarah Ivey Sharing food across the wider whanau is the only
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Simon Collins
    THIRTIES
  • 2008
    Age 31
    His U.S. debut album (and third album to date), titled U-Catastrophe, was released in August 2008 on iTunes and became available in stores the following month.
    More Details Hide Details Collins has followed in his father's footsteps with the first single, "Unconditional", reaching the Billboard Hot Adult Contemporary Tracks chart. The song peaked at #12 on this chart in November 2008. It also reached the Canadian Hot 100 the same month. The album features Dave Kerzner, Kelly Nordstrom, Steve Hackett on "Fast Forward the Future" and Simon's father Phil Collins on the song "The Big Bang".
  • 2007
    Age 30
    In 2007, he recorded a cover of the Genesis, Abacab track "Keep It Dark" as a tribute to his father's band with keyboardist and co-producer Dave Kerzner (Kevin Gilbert's Thud, Giraffe).
    More Details Hide Details During production, he met Kevin Churko, who mixed and mastered the recording. This led Collins to collaborate with Churko on the production of Simon's next album, U-Catastrophe.
  • TWENTIES
  • 2005
    Age 28
    In 2005 Collins released his second album, Time for Truth.
    More Details Hide Details For this album, the singer played a variety of instruments, including drums and keyboards, in addition to providing the majority of the vocals. The album shows an awareness for the environment and personal development; Collins was quoted describing the record as one that "definitely reflects the state of the world at this point for me ecologically, politically, and spiritually as well."
  • 2000
    Age 23
    In 2000, he moved from his home in Vancouver to Germany, where his debut album All of Who You Are was released.
    More Details Hide Details The album sold 100,000 copies there, and three singles were released: "Pride", "Money Maker" and "Shine Through". The song "Pride" charted all over eastern and western Europe. Collins co-wrote the second single, "Shine Through", with Howard Jones.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1976
    Born
    Born on September 14, 1976.
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