- Publish Date
- Sunday, 6 March 2022, 9:54AM
After more than 60 years in the spotlight, Sir Cliff Richard has announced he's decided to "stop" music.
Speaking to the Australian Women’s Weekly the 'Some People' hitmaker said: "I don't know if I ever want to retire. I don't mind stopping.
"Stopping would mean that I could absolutely change my mind any time I wanted to, or phone my office and say, 'Can you get us a couple of nights at the Royal Albert Hall?'
The 81-year-old music legend continued: "Retiring is not in my vocabulary, but stopping is good for me – I can work whenever I want to if I want to."
The star, who has recorded 66 top 40 albums and 68 top 10 singles, was knighted in 1995 and is the first artist to have a top five album across eight decades in a row.
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