The Music of Phil Collins and Genesis
From “In the Air Tonight” to “Against All Odds”, and “Turn It On Again” to “Invisible Touch”, Phil Collins has been responsible for some of the most cherished musical moments of the 70’s to the present day. His songs from the legendary band, Genesis and his solo work have been a consistent soundtrack to our lives and will be presented in a way they’ve never been heard before - reimagined for full orchestra with an all star-band.
Jeremy Saje, vocals
Jeremy Saje has been performing his entire life, beginning with singing numbers in his father’s magic shows. In high school, Jeremy found the wonder of musical theater and, directly after graduation, embarked on his career, performing on stages up and down the Eastern seaboard playing such roles as Billy Crocker in “Anything Goes”, Pontius Pilate in “Jesus Christ Superstar”, The Hawker in “Tommy”, Prince Dauntless in “Once Upon a Mattress”, Charlie Brown in “You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown”, Mary Sunshine in “Chicago”, and many more. Jeremy’s decision to move to California saw the opportunity to originate a few roles, including the title role in “Old Ben” , as well as several national tours and Off-Broadway runs of new works. He ventured back East as a soloist in the world premiere of “Jesus Christ Superstar GOSPEL” with the Alliance Theatre in Atlanta, GA. Sir Tim Rice and Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber were in attendance on opening night and gave rave reviews of the production and cast. He returned to California for several productions with DOMA Theatre Company, to stellar reviews. Broadway World wrote, “His ‘Judas' Death’ in Act II will shake you right out of your seats” in regard to Jeremy’s portrayal of Judas in DOMA Theatre Company’s “Jesus Christ Superstar.”
Jeremy never left behind his “rock n roll” and soul roots, and performs with bands regularly throughout Southern California. His powerful voice, expressive range and theatrical approach have made him a popular staple of the music scene and in demand as a singer and voice-over artist.