Saturday, 8 September 2012

Is Robbie Williams Rejoining Take That ?

Robbie Williams in an interviews revealed that he only rejoined the band in a bid to rejuvenate his ailing solo career.
He admitted: "I hope my time with the boys gives me a free slingshot upwards again."

"I'll be really pissed off if this doesn't work again."

He confessed: "I want a number one album, I want a number one single, a big-selling tour, I want this to be huge success."

The singer may have ruled out another reunion with Take That but wouldn't be against recording an album with X Factor judge Gary Barlow.

Wednesday, 1 August 2012

Take That's Mark Owen blessed with another child!!

Mark Owen, member of Take That's is having another kid and become and dad one more time after his wife Emma Ferguson gave birth to a baby girl called Fox India Owen.

Elwood, five, and Willow Rose, three are the other two kids couple already have.

Mark said: "Mark, Emma, Elwood and Willow are delighted to announce the arrival to the clan of their beautiful new baby girl Fox India Owen.

“They would like to thank all their friends and family for all the wonderful messages.

“She was born yesterday at 7.45am, weighing 7lb 1oz."

Gary Blow also sent good wishes to Mark Owen saying “Massive congratulations to the Owens on the birth of their daughter Fox.”

Saturday, 21 July 2012

Industry Award received by Take That star Gary Barlow

Music Industry honored Gary Barlow with an honorary award.The singer-songwriter will be the recipient of the annual Music Industry Trusts Award with a charity dinner to recognise his contribution over the past two decades.

For this contribution over the past two years decade the singer-songwriter has received the annual Music Industry Trusts Award

Recently Barlow arranged a massive concert outside Buckingham Palace for the Queen's Diamond Jubilee, and just after weeks it happen and went on to be given an OBE in the Birthday Honours.

The X Factor judge also co-wrote and co-ordinated the recording of a chart-topping Jubilee song, called Sing.

David Munns, chairman of the award committee, said of Barlow: "He is one of the UK's most accomplished artists - a unique musician, songwriter and producer who embodies both success and distinction, and who serves as a dedicated ambassador for many charities.

"I can't think of another artist who works with both Simon Cowell and Her Majesty The Queen."
Last year's event featured a video message from the Prince Of Wales who praised Holland's work.

Saturday, 8 October 2011

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Friday, 7 October 2011

Take That with Robbie Willaims had ended "perfectly"

Take That are a four-piece again, nad saying the the band's with Robbie Willaims had ended "perfectly", Gary Barlow has admitted.

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A spokesman said the band's current line-up only "on a break" was.

Gary said, "It was beautiful. We got on well. We finished the tour. The fans have come along and been happy. Now Rob's doing a solo record and from this point it's back to where it was."

The spokesman said: "I can confirm that the band are not splitting."

"The band are on a break, Gary is doing X Factor and Robbie is working on his new solo album."

Gary Barlow band line-up earlier this year about comments made ​​in the same way.

Wednesday, 28 September 2011

Take That have raked in £7.6million since the return of Robbie Williams

Take That have raked in £7.6million since the return of Robbie Williams, it has been reported.

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According to the Mirror, the man band set up company TT5 three months after being reunited as a five-piece in July, 2010 and have more than £ 2.5million in the bank deposit and is owed ​​a further £ 5.1million.

The money which their album Progress was released last November as a result are considered and their record-breaking sell-out tour which saw 1.34 million tickets sold in less than 24 hours.

A source said, “Touring has seen the band’s finances rocket. It was very, very lucrative and it’s little wonder they have so much in the bank between them.”

Saturday, 3 September 2011

Take That has decided to move out

Take That reported that the next two years, has decided to move out.

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The man band recently sold out of their reunion tour with Robbie Williams and according to The Mirror, tempers flared backstage as the pressure got to the lads.

Mark Owen, Jason Orange and Howard Donald are believed to have threatened to quit but peacekeeper Gary Barlow is planning to hold a summit once he finishes his stint as a judge on the X-Factor at Christmas.

A source said: “At first it was a fairytale, having Robbie back and being a five-piece again, but a few arguments and their touring schedule made it hard going. Howard, Jason and Mark all said they were shattered at the end of their tour, and are not sure they’ll be able to go through it all again at their age. This could now mean the end of the band. They will be meeting up to discuss things after Christmas. They all love touring and recording music, and have been totally dedicated to Take That but nothing has been decided about what happens next.”

However, a Take That spokesman denied there are any problems, declaring: “The band are all on great terms. They are on a well deserved break at the moment, taking a post-tour holiday.”

Monday, 25 July 2011

Take That has broken the record of the highest grossing concert

Pop band 'Take That’ highest grossing concert, the last eight years has been held by the preferences of the record is broken.

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According to tge Daily Star report, The group reunited with former member Robbie Williams in 2010 and tour together this summer, which included gigs at London's Wembley Stadium as eight.

The concerts, which ran from June 9 until July 30 with attendance of 623,737 pounds, earning a massive 38 million, as The Boss’ Springsteen's famous break the previous record.

Wednesday, 13 July 2011

Take That - Progress Tour

Take That's tour plane was struck by lightening ahead of the start of the European leg

Take That's tour plane by the power of the Progress tour by lightenting ahead of the start of the European stage.

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The opening show in Milan when the band plans to travel 35,000 feet instability adversely affected.

A source told the Daily Mirror: “The plane took off fairly normally, though we knew there was bad weather ahead, but mid way during the flight the turbulence was really quite frightening.

“Then suddenly, there was a bright flash, and the plane had obviously been struck by lightening.”

By the incident the source added that Take That's Gary Barlow, Mark Owen, Howard Donald, Jason Orange and Robbie Williams were left “quite shaken up”.