Newlywed singers Diana Krall and Elvis Costello still plan to go their separate
ways on tour, but with some limits.
In a talk-show interview that aired Tuesday on CTV, Costello said he and Krall hope to avoid separations longer than three weeks.
"We have actually a date in Madeira in a couple of weeks' time and it is going to be like that, on and off," he said.
"The good thing about it is that we know what the job is and we're lucky that we have the resources to make the journey, and beyond that you just need the will - and love gives you a lot of will."
Krall and Costello were married three months ago in England. Krall, who gave a concert Friday to raise money for the Vancouver Hospital bone marrow transplant program, begins a concert tour in Calgary, Alberta, in May.
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