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Queen's honour for piano player Barlow
Gary famously released Take That's last album, Progress, alongside members Robbie Williams, Jason Orange, Mark Owen and Howard Donald.
The boy band first came to fame in the 1990s and had hit singles such as Everything Changes and Could It Be Magic, before first Williams left the group and the remaining members later split.
Their final single at the time was a cover of Bee Gees song How Deep Is Your Love?
Barlow went on the solo success – his first single, Forever Love hitting number one. He had a second number one hit in the form of Love Won't Wait, too.
Then, earlier this century, Take That reformed as a four-piece and released albums Beautiful World and Circus, before Williams came back to lend his talents to Progress.
Published by KT.Posted on 18 Jun 2012 17:05 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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