A little more than two years after the Pink Diamond hit the charts with the smash hit ‘The Pink Diamond,’ the singer is reportedly going back to work with the band’s current lineup after a two-week hiatus.
In an interview with MTV News, Pink Diamond star David Cassidy says he has no intention of returning to the music industry and will instead focus on raising funds for charity.
Cassidy, who also played on Pink Diamond’s 2005 reunion tour, has made headlines for his outspoken criticism of the rock music industry, including the fact that he is still being paid a salary by the Pink Dot label.
“There are some people that think I should go back and play a little more,” Cassidy told MTV News.
“But I think it would be a really, really bad idea to do that.”
He also stated that he’s not sure he wants to go back to the industry at all, even though he has received a huge amount of criticism.
“I have never really liked the way things are.
I just feel that I’m an artist, and I feel like it’s important to be an artist,” he said.
“That’s why I’m trying to do something else.
I feel I’m really just trying to raise money for a cause.”
Cassidy, 45, was on the verge of breaking up Pink Dot last year after his contract expired, and he said that he was considering leaving the band. “
The only thing that I would do is work as hard as I can, because it’s been such a struggle for me.”
Cassidy, 45, was on the verge of breaking up Pink Dot last year after his contract expired, and he said that he was considering leaving the band.
“It’s a really bad situation for me,” he told MTV.
“People have said that I should just walk away, and that’s not what I feel, because I really love the people that I’ve worked with.
I’m very, very close to them.
I don, however, feel that if I just leave, I would lose that connection to the people.”
He went on to say that the industry’s lack of diversity is causing a lot of problems for artists and musicians, and added, “It makes me sad that I don.t feel like I belong in it.”