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”.

Friday, 1 July 2011

Take That star Mark Owen has shown his Progress last year's stint in rehab

Take That star Mark Owen in rehab last year after the period has shown that growth, after revealing that he goes home to his family after each show, rather than drinking with his band-mates.

The Progress in Britain Live tour to the highest and fastest selling tour that broke records as, with 30 times more demand for Take That tickets than Michael Jackson's This Is It - It was reported that more than 1.75million people will attend the shows.

The successfulness of the boys out for a good reason to drink it, but it seems Owen's only concern now seems to be spending as much time with his family as possible.

Talking to Time Out London, Owen said: "I always thought that the mentality was ‘When you go on tour, you go on tour’.

"I’ve realised it doesn’t have to be like that. Life needn’t be that one way or another. I don’t feel as disconnected from my family now."

Support avid singer, he has especially appreciated the band recently went to Take That fan.

"It’s a chance to say thank you to 1.8 million people - thank you for sticking by us through the last 20 years."