Cliff Richard vows never to stop recording on eve of 100th album release

London: Cliff Richard, who is due to release his 100th album , `The Fabulous Rock `n` Roll Songbook,` has promised never to stop making music.

The 72-year-old singer said that it has always been exciting and inspiring for him to be in a recording studio and he believes there is much more to come from him over the next few years.

The `Daddy`s Home` hitmaker said that he is definitely not retiring yet as he had a lot of fun while making his upcoming album.

Richard added that singing and performing rock `n` roll is invigorating for him, the Mirror reported.

He is the only singer, who has ever had a No1 hit in the 50s, 60s, 70s, 80s as well as in the 90s, comprising of 46 studio albums, seven soundtracks, 35 compilations and 11 live albums.


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