More Great Songs By Clive Griffin!

Clive Griffin

Clive Griffin

Last year, if you remember, I wrote about British pop singer Clive Griffin. Clive is truly an underated artist who should have got more recognition for his work. During the late 80’s to the mid 90’s, his music hardly got much airplay, let alone much screen time on TV, but he is most remembered for his duet with Celine Dion on “When I Fall In Love” in the early 1990’s.

As I mentioned in the blog HERE that Clive’s last work was with Preluxe in 1998. So what happened to Clive Griffin since then ? I’ve been wondering, I haven’t heard anything more from him for years – no new music! However, I read that Clive quit the music business in the late 90’s, and went on to become a manager for a branch of the Royal Mail. What a talent Clive was, what an excellent voice he had – he is truly missed in the music world, and I wish him all the very best for the future. Lets enjoy a few more hot tunes from Clive, including his duet with Celine Dion, for your listening pleasure!

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