Phil Collins’ Phil Collins & Sons on sale for $5M

A group of Phil Collins Music Group Inc. (PCLG) members are buying the rights to the music of the legendary singer, guitarist and songwriter for $4.5 million.

The deal was announced by Phil Collins in a press release on Tuesday, May 18.

“We’re proud to be bringing this great artist to life in our iconic Phil Collins logo, which will be on our shirts, hats, and mugs,” said Jim Siegel, CEO of PCLG.

“It’s a tremendous honor to be able to partner with Phil Collins, and to have this music in our hands is a tremendous tribute to his creative spirit.”

Siegel is also co-founder of the Phil Collins Foundation, which promotes the arts and education in the United States.

“Phil Collins has been a champion for kids for more than half a century, and we are so proud to support him on this great journey,” Siegel said in a statement.

“The Phil Collins Family and the Phil Crossings Foundation will be working with PCLGs parent company, the PhilCollins Group Inc., to make the Phil and His Son the greatest record label of all time.”

The deal, announced on the Phil-Collins website, is worth $4 million per song.

The company also released a statement saying the new agreement with Collins “is a very special occasion and a testament to the power of music and Phil Collins.”

It continued, “Phil has always been a true philanthropist and a true visionary.

This is a very important day for us.

He and the Collins Family will continue to build their brand through the music they produce.”

The announcement of the deal comes on the heels of Collins making history in January when he became the first artist to sell more than 1.5 billion records worldwide.

“As a fan of pop music, I am thrilled to be partnering with the Phil & Sons team to create this new Phil Collins record label,” said Collins.

“I hope this is just the beginning of a new era for the music industry, and I hope that our fans worldwide will be inspired by the creative power of the world’s greatest artists.”

Collins and his wife, Tania, will remain in their New York home after this week’s release of the new album, which includes hits by the likes of “Papa Roach” and “Lullaby.”

“We are thrilled to have Phil Collins back on board for the release of our next album, and thank him for being part of the creation of the record label.

We look forward to sharing more information as it becomes available,” SGS founder and CEO Jim Sifferman said in the statement.

The new deal comes at a time when the company is undergoing an all-out battle against an aggressive ad campaign targeting Collins’ music.

In addition to its new Phil & Son campaign, the company has been trying to take on the likes “The Biggest Loser” and the hit comedy “How I Met Your Mother.”

In the latter, Siffers’ character, played by Robin Wright, is the latest to join the Phil&Sons ad campaign.

“How to Lose Weight, How to Be Happier, and How to Make Friends,” which is set to air in May, features the singer in a series of video interviews with people who have struggled with weight gain.

Siffer and Wright, who also starred in “How Do You Lose Weight,” have also appeared on “The View,” which has cast the couple as “people who live a good lifestyle and live a healthy life.”

Sifferews wife Tania was born in the Philippines in 1963 and grew up in the Los Angeles area.

She has two sons, one from a previous marriage and another from a prior marriage.

The Collins brothers have five children, all from previous marriages.

Collins is best known for his hits like “Sweet Child O’ Mine,” “Losing My Religion,” “Sweet Little Sixteen,” “Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame,” “Beth The Kid,” and “Don’t Stop Believin’.” He has been in a long-running feud with his former bandmate Ted Nugent, who has said that Collins has sold out arenas and is a “whiny, entitled douchebag.”