Tuesday, 30 November 2010

Take That Win Battle Of The Boybands In U.K. Chart

Take That after competition from fellow boybands JLS and WESTLIFE finally able to reach the top in UK charts.

Take That have spent their second week at the top of the Official UK Top 40 Albums Chart with The Flood.

The latest album, featuring the return of Robbie Williams, sold an additional 208,000 copies this week, adding to last week's record sales of 520,000.

This achievement, record sales within one week, had not been seen in the UK charts for thirteen years.

Saturday, 20 November 2010

Take That perform during the Children in Need broadcast

Recently re-formed band Take That has grab the show at this year's children in Need telethon, as the annual appeal raised more than £18 million for charity.

For the first time together at this year's Children in Need TV appeal the band performed Never Forget.

The seven hour telethon show was hosted by Sir Terry Wogan, Tess Daly and Fearne Cotton.

It is the first time Robbie Williams has performed the song with the rest of the band.

"It's an old song but we've never performed it together before," Mark Owen said.

Friday, 12 November 2010

Will Shayne Ward Accept The Offer To Join

Shayne Ward, former X-Factor winner, was invited and offered in the Take That Band was considered as a replacement for Jason Orange,who threatened to quit the band in 2006.

The 25-year-old told OK! magazine: "That was a massive compliment. I'm a huge Take That fan.
"If I'd gone into the band, I'd have loved it, but at the same time I'm my own artist and I've only known Take That as the five original members," reports RTE.

Shayne Ward for his first release single album promotion appeared on X-factor and he admitted that it was a scary one

"Go away for too long and you do run the risk of being forgotten.

"If I met someone who was happy about being away for so long I'd be amazed. Sometimes I was sad and needed to get back. It is a scary thing," he told OK! magazine.

More than a million tickets were sold within hours last month when tickets for Take That's Progress Tour went on sale.

Monday, 1 November 2010

Take That one million Tickets sold out

Take That tickets has apparently sold out the largest tour in U.K. history.

According to The Mirror, the Progress Live 2011 tour sold more than one million tickets in 24 hours

The devastating demand stopped ticket-selling websites seconds after tickets became available on Friday morning.

Ticketmaster did a confession to frustrated fans.

According to Ticket Master
"We are extremely disappointed that we were unable to maintain a satisfactory level of service on our website throughout the day, and whilst hundreds and thousands of tickets have been sold, we know that many of our consumers have experienced very frustrating delays in securing their tickets," .