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Gary Barlow gigs coming up
As well as singing lead on songs such as Greatest Day, A Million Love Songs and How Deep Is Your Love alongside his band, Take That, the songwriter has had solo hits such as Open Road and Forever Love.
More recently, he enjoyed a number one hit with Jubilee song Sing, alongside The Commonwealth Band and the Military Wives.
He is going to be performing at a long list of locations between November and January, including Sheffield, Manchester, Bournemouth and Liverpool, he has revealed.
Music instruments players will likely have seen Barlow on The X Factor recently, where he is a judge alongside the likes of Louis Walsh and Nicole Scherzinger.
Details of his tour, the first date of which is on November 13th in Bournemouth, can be found online.
Published by AW. Posted on 17 Oct 2012 10:24 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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