Julio Iglesias keeps the cost down

“I’LL only sing again in Spain if concerts are reasonably priced,” declared ageing heartthrob Julio Iglesias.
Now aged 68 and based in Miami, the one-time Real Madrid goalkeeper who has been in the music business for 43 years, recently issued a compilation of his old hits. 
The originals “were not perfect,” he told ABC newspaper in a telephone interview, and he had now been able to re-record at home using new technology.
Iglesias confirmed that he voted in last Sunday’s election – “but I’m not going to say who I voted for.”
 He also maintained that he did not feel he was a victim of ETA, who kidnapped his father in 1985, but was sceptical about the ceasefire.
“It’s a first step, but it won’t be over until they hand in their weapons. “I’m aware that I’m releasing a new disc at a time when the situation for Spain is difficult and so many people are out of work.  He would return to Spain when invited, he said.  “But I don’t intend to sing again unless prices are modest.”

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