DENVER (AP) – Aaron Neville is still hitting the high notes.
When asked his routine for caring for his distinctive voice and falsetto, the 72-year-old said, “Pray a lot. Just sing around the house, keep hitting the notes, not letting them get away.”READ MORE: Stimulus Check Latest: Is A Fourth Relief Payment Coming?
Neville performs Saturday night at A Taste of Colorado at Civic Center Park in Denver as he tours to promote his doo-wop album “My True Story.”
When asked what else he’d still like to do in his career, Neville said: “I just want to keep on singing ’til the year 3000. Until God tells me, ‘Break it up. It’s time to come home.’ Until then.”READ MORE: Police: Man Kills 6 Adults & Himself At Colorado Springs Birthday Party
MC Hammer and America also are among those scheduled to perform at the free-admission festival that runs Friday through Monday.
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