By Corey Moss
Celine Dion’s recording career will go on.
The Canadian singer, who left the music industry two years ago to start a family with her manager/husband, Rene Angelil, has recorded an album for release in March, her spokesperson said Thursday. Details on the release will be announced in January.
After giving birth in January, Dion came out of the woodwork in May to announce that she would end end hiatus in 2003 with a three-year residency at Caesar’s Palace in Las Vegas.
Dion will perform a show designed by Cirque du Soleil’s Franco Dragone inside a replica of the Coliseum in Rome.
Since then, Dion has taken part in several fund-raisers for victims in the September 11 terrorist attacks, including the “America: A Tribute to Heroes” telethon (see) and a similar telethon in Canada (see). She had last performed at a “farewell concert” in Montreal on December 31, 1999.