Singer Cliff Richard is reportedly planning to release a new album now that the sexual abuse case against him has been dropped. The record has been put on hold while the case was on.
The 75-year-old singer recorded a new album, believed to be the second part of his 2013 collection The Fabulous Rock ‘N’ Roll Songbook in Nashville, Tennessee, over 18 months ago, reported Daily Telegraph.
Cliff - who was interviewed in 2014 and 2015 by police, who were investigating allegations that he sexually abused a teenage boy in the 1980s - recently had the case against him dropped due to insufficient evidence.
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His friend, former Radio 1 DJ Mike Read, said, “Cliff is going to release his new album this year now that he’s cleared his name.”
“He’s had it on hold for years now throughout this ordeal.”