Country legend Glen Campbell has cast doubt on his retirement plans, insisting he will head back into the studio if he continues to write "good songs".
The Rhinestone Cowboy hitmaker announced in April (11) that his new album, Ghost On A Canvas, would be his last, and he would bid farewell to his fans with a series of swansong shows.
It later emerged the veteran performer is suffering from Alzheimer's disease, and he's now spoken out to reveal his retirement might not be permanent.
Campbell tells Britain's Guardian Weekend magazine, "I dunno about that. If I ran into five or six good songs, I would make another (album). Yeah, I'm sure I will."