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Cliff Richard’s new album features Elvis duet

Sir Cliff Richard is bouncing back from his recent sex abuse drama with a new album featuring a duet with Elvis Presley.
The beloved British singer has been embroiled in a messy sex scandal over the past two years following allegations he molested four men between 1958 and 1983.
Officials at Britain’s Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) have concluded their decision not to charge Sir Cliff was “correct” and have dismissed challenges against the original ruling, ending the 22-month drama, which began with a televised police raid on the Wired For Sound star’s Berkshire home.
And now that it’s all behind him, Richard is hoping to return to the charts with a new album of rock ‘n’ roll classics.
Just… Fabulous Rock ‘n’ Roll, which will be released in November (16), features Cliff singing seminal tracks such as Roll Over Beethoven, Great Balls of Fire, Sweet Little Sixteen and a revamped version of his own 1958 breakthrough hit Move It.
The album also features a duet with Elvis on Blue Suede Shoes, using modern technology to sync up Cliff and The King.
The new project, which the singer recorded in Nashville, Tennessee, will be Cliff’s first studio album since The Fabulous Rock ‘n’ Roll Songbook in 2013. His 75 at 75 – 75 Career Spanning Hits compilation was released last year (15).

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