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Cliff Richard
October 14, 1940 -
Nationality: English
Category: Musician
Subcategory: English Musician

It's important to put all I have into my career.


I can say I have become far more open about what I believe.


And, of course, Barbados is the other place where I like to be.


Our industry is full of all sorts of eccentricities and one of them is owning property.


There is no better news, than the fact that Jesus can actually turn a life upside down and save it.


Someone recommended that I read the Bible, and it was then I discovered that I knew nothing about it.


But, of course, one relies on the everyday people who just simply like your music, for whom you may not be a hobby but they enjoy being in your presence at a concert.


So I will go as far as I can into rock and roll carrying my Christian banner.


When I became a Christian my confidence grew.


If you can play guitar and sing, you can probably get a gig down the road playing at a restaurant, but don't throw your life away chasing something that is so elusive it will only lead you to regret and may turn you bitter.


It's the business I'm in, I can't say that signing things is the favourite part of my career but you know that it has to be done and that there is no pain involved.


The thrill of hearing your own voice recorded is still there, I still love it, going into the studio and thinking how can I sing this song and between the producers and the musicians you find a way of doing it.


I have tried to have a regular daily intake from my Bible, regardless of how late it is.


I'm very grateful because my fans are very loyal.


Financial support is one thing, but I always think what becomes really sacrificial is your time.


I don't mean that if you're a Christian, walking close to God, you will immediately gain celebrity. you may fail as an artist, because you may not have what the public want at that time, and you have to be prepared for that.


But Portugal has a peaceful feel about it. I sit on the terrace overlooking the vineyard there and I feel cut off from the world. You need that sort of thing.


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