Gary Barlow - National Treasure Flies Solo
The songwriting genius behind Take That, this iconic singer-songwriter
has operated at the very top of the pop game for more than 20 years - and he shows no sign of giving up his crown just yet.
Having stormed The X Factor judging panel with his dry wit, 2013 brought his first full solo album release in 14 years,
Since I Saw You Last - and proved that whatever musical peaks he has achieved in the past he's more than matching them
today with his stunning creative output.
Ever the musical master, ever the showman when performing solo as well as part
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Barlow Biography - Take That and Party!
Few artists today can boast as many successes as this Cheshire-born star, from
his pioneering boy band-turned man band Take That through his subsequent solo career and his stint on The X Factor.
And while he was a much-loved judge on the TV talent show, creating his own music and performing it live will always be where
his heart lies. Having enjoyed solo success from 1996 with his first album alone, Open Road, he has gone on to release
two more incredible efforts: 1999's Twelve Months, Eleven Days and Sing, his 2012 mini-album featuring covers
and collaborations with Andrew Lloyd-Webber. Of course, he was also managing the return of Take That, masterminding their
comeback albums Beautiful World, The Circus and Progress, which spawned numerous record-breaking stadium
It's telling, though, that despite his success with the band, he's chosen to head out on tour alone once more,
with 2013 album Since I Saw You Last providing fuel for the fire. Don't miss out on Gary Barlow tickets on StubHub
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