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Tour plans from Robbie Williams
According to the Let Me Entertain You star's website, he will be performing in Leeds come September 11th this year, no doubt with some music instruments involved in the show.
Next up the Angels and Rock DJ singer, who came to fame as a member of the boy band Take That, will be heading north to Glasgow in time for a September 12th show.
Following a charity concert in the Irish city of Dublin on September 14th, he'll then be going to Southend on September 16th.
According to the announcement on Williams' site, his UK gigs will be in locations where the singer performed during his debut solo tour.
A link on the site allows fans to register their desire to receive tickets for the UK shows, as well as the Dublin performance.
Back in 2010 Williams re-joined Take That, the band that he left during the 1990s and who later split up and re-formed as a four-piece. Alongside Williams they released the album Progress, which was a number one hit.Posted on 29 Aug 2012 16:19 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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