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Sir Cliff Richard not planning to slow down
Speaking to TV Times, the music veteran said he is still very driven and has a lot of ambitions left to fulfil.
He stated that if he was not so ambitious, he would have hung up his microphone many years ago.
"I can't ever imagine not making records," he commented.
"It's always been the most pleasurable part of what I do."
Sir Cliff, who is currently gearing up to reunite with electric guitar legend Hank Marvin and the rest of The Shadows, added that he never feels as if he has reached his peak.
Fans who have booked tickets for the band's European tour can expect to hear many of the classics which brought Sir Cliff to prominence half a century ago, including Move It, The Young Ones and Living Doll.Posted on 29 Jul 2009 14:00 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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