Phil Collins and Genesis have added themselves to the long list of artists who have sold all or portions of their music catalogs this year.
Phil Collins and Genesis made the deal with Concord Music Group, Billboard reports. The deal was reportedly over $300 million.
The deal includes the publishing copyrights and a mix of recorded music income streams and masters of Mr. Collins, Mike Rutherford, and Tony Banks‘ individual careers and work as the progressive rock group Genesis.
The deal doesn’t include Peter Gabriel and Steve Hackett, who were members of the band in its early days, Concord said. After Gabriel and Hackett left, Genesis released an album called “And Then There Were Three.”