Enjoy Celebrity Radio’s Engelbert Humperdinck Interview…
Engelbert Humperdinck is the world renowned English pop singer most famous for”Release Me” and “The Last Waltz” both topped the UK music charts in 1967, and sold more than a million copies each.
In North America, he also had chart successes with “After the Lovin'” (1976) and “This Moment in Time” (1979).
He has sold more than 150 million records worldwide.
Continuing with the celebration of his 50th Showbiz Anniversary, Engelbert Humperdinck has released his first album of brand-new material in years with, ‘The Man I Want to Be’ available below.
Enjoy an exclusive interview with Engelbert & Alex via YouTube:
Most of the new songs were written drawing on some of his life experiences in a meaningful way that is relevant to various chapters of his life, including the health situation of his wife Patricia who is suffering from advanced Alzheimer’s as the singer recently revealed.
The song ‘I m Glad I Danced With You’ written by his daughter, Louise and performed as a duet with his granddaughter, Olivia is a loving tribute to his wife.
This interview made a front page story in the Express:
There are new songs by Richard Marx, Jon Allen (including the title track), Richard Scott, Steve Mac, Les Reed and Engelbert’s daughter Louise Dorsey some unexpected covers of Bruno Mars’ ‘Just the Way You Are’ and Ed Sheerans’ ‘Photograph’ – plus three classic songs recently introduced in his Live Show: Willie Nelsons’ ‘Crazy’, Eddy Arnold’s ‘Welcome to my World’ and the NY classic ‘On Broadway’, all of which have been turned inside out.
This album finds Engelbert in a reflective and introspective mood with lyrics that are very personal and important to him.
Interview by Alex Belfield for Celebrity Radio 17th November 2017.