Take That bandmates to provide back-up vocals for Robbie in upcoming tour



Take That reunited

Take That reunited

With Robbie Williams back on the Take That wagon, their upcoming ‘Progress Live’ tour has become one the most anticipated events of year. Fans have waited 15 years for the band to re-united and most certainly tickets will be hard to come by.

As Williams found success with a solo career after splitting from the band in 1995, many wondered if re-uniting with his old band would end his time as a solo artist.

In reality, Williams is still working on his own music and intends to perform his songs on tour with the band.

Originally, a source revealed that Robbie “was to go it alone for a mid-set medley but they agreed they all needed to perform on the songs, even if it is just backing harmonies. They are not solo artists. They are Take That.”

Instead, Gary Barlow, Mark Owen, Howard Donald and Jason Orange will join him on stage for the songs, sending quite a strong statement that all hard feelings have been put behind them.

Take That’s ‘Progress Live’ European tour is set to begin in Sunderland on 27th of May and end in Germany on July 29.

Do you think Robbie should have just gone it alone?

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