"George Michael is planning on becoming a generous recluse once his current world tour ends and giving away his music for free. The singer has revealed he will be taking his "25 Live" tour to America this June for his first U.S. roadshow in 17 years.
And he urges fans to make the most of what is sure to be his last tour because afterwards, he hopes to disappear from the limelight.
He says, "I want to divorce myself from pretty much everything public after the tour. In the future, I don't want to be making and releasing physical CDs, and I don't want to be charging people for my new music."
(This news article provided by World Entertainment News Network)
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"George Michael is reportedly heading back to the US for what people say may be his farewell tour. The singer himself refers to it as a “rounding off” of his career’s first phase. He says “I don’t want to do anything on this scale again. No more stadiums. I’d like to be the Tony Bennett for my generation. It’s the end of a certain era, and I’m not sure how much I really want to be a part of what’s next. So, it’s a kind of a way of saying thank you to everybody before I move on.” This will be the British crooner’s first trek across the US in seventeen years!"