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Robbie Williams

Robbie WilliamsRobbie Williams, born Robert Peter Williams, son of Pete and Theresa Janette Williams, was born on February 13, 1974 in Newcastle-Under-Lyme.

Robbie Williams left Take That in 1991. During his stay in the group, won eight numbers one, seven of which reached directly to the position of honor. In June 1995, left the group.

On June 27, 1996 Robbie Williams signed a contract with Chrysalis Records, who began his solo career. Her debut album, "Life Through a Lens", released on September 29, 1997, stood just outside at 11 of the lists, then ascending to the top spot. Twenty-eight weeks after its release, still in the Top 10, where they spent a total of 40 weeks. "Life Through a Lens" featured five singles that were in the top 5 on the British charts: "Old Before I Die", "Angels," "Lazy Days", "Freedom" and "Let Me Entertain You."

The second album by Robbie Williams, "I've Been Expecting You", was released on October 26, 1998 and slipped directly into the place of honor lists. In 1999, he returned to number one in two other singles from ocasiones.Cuatro were in the top 5. "Millennium", the first of which contained the first bars of the song "You Only Live Twice", written by John Barry, who allowed him to use that sample in the song. That song became his first number one solo.

In the first list of 1999, "I've Been Expecting You" went to number one and "Life Through A Lens" was placed again among the top ten. In the second list of albums of 1999, as "Life Through a Lens" and "I've Been Expecting You" entered the Top 10. Robbie then became, in the first artist who could sneak into the Top 10 discs simultaneously, something that had not happened in seven years.

The two-sided single "She's The One" / "It's only us" became the second number one Robbie Williams. "She's The One" version of the popular song of World Party, reached faster than any other theme songs list Radiated 1999.

Robbie Williams launched three sold-out national tours between 1997 and 1999. In 1999, his tour of 25 performances went through thirteen cities of Great Britain and Ireland. The 220,000 tickets were sold within hours of going on sale.

At the Glastonbury Festival in 1998, Robbie was playing to the largest audience ever with a stage called a pyramid. Among his appearances at other festivals that year included the T-In-The-Park (Scotland), V-98 and Slane Castle (opening for The Verve).

Robbie Williams was headlining at Slane Castle on August 28, 1999.Robbie Williams
80,000 tickets were sold in the festival five weeks prior to the event thanks mainly to the performance of Williams. Ningín other artists, including The Verve, REM, Queen, David Bowie Bruce Sprigsteen and managed to sell all tickets for their concerts so far in advance. This performance was broadcast live on your website to 50,000 spectators simultaneously. In our country, was made through the Web Top 40.

Much talked about was his performance at the Brit Awards ceremony that year with Tom Jones. Robbie also was nominated in two categories: Best Single for "Old Before I Die" and best male artist.

In August 2000 saw the light "Swing When You're Winning" album which was preceded by the controversy caused by the daring of his first simple video "Rock DJ", which was banned in his country.

In 2005 Robbie Williams returns with "Intensive Care", his eighth album. "Intensive Care" is engraved in a room with Robbie Williams at the top of the Hollywood Hills and co-written with Stephen Duffy over the course of 24 months. This time, the authors experienced partner to stop, creating songs with the most diverse sounds that sounded like Gang Of Four, Bloc Party and Kraftwerk, before finally arriving at a style that felt really comfortable.

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