Robbie Williams - British Music
He's sexy, scandalous and controversial and his music has rightfully occupied the highest positions in global charts. Eurochannel invites you to enjoy the new single of British pop sensation Robbie Williams.
Destined for success, his rise to fame could be accredited to both a little of luck and a lot of effort. His first brush with fame in the U.K came after he responded to an advert in a local paper in Manchester looking for a singer. It turned out that a producer was looking to set up a boy band. Robbie Williams became part of that project, later known world-wide as the chart-topping sensation Take That.
Robbie decided to pursue a solo career after the incredible success of Take That and in 1995, much to the devastation of fans, he left the band. Now, with almost 20 years of experience in the music industry, he's earned his "King of Pop" title, achieving the highest positions in the charts and filling stadiums in all the five continents.
Eurochannel invites you to celebrate and party exclusively with Robbie Williams, discover why he's achieved the unachievable; seventeen BRIT Awards -more than any other artist- seven ECHO Awards and a catalogue of pop-tastic musical hits.
Born on January 13th 1974, Robbie Williams is a British singer and song writer. Williams originally rose to fame with the pop boy band Take That, in the early- to mid-1990s. After many disagreements with the management and group members, Williams left the group in 1995 to pursue a solo career.
As a solo artist, he's gained worldwide fame with hits such as "Rock DJ", "Angels" and "Something Stupid", a duo sung with film-star Nicole Kidman. Williams is the best-selling British solo artist in the United Kingdom and the best selling non-Latino artist in Latin America.
• Robbie Williams has a keen interest in UFO conspiracies and spent part of his years away from music looking into the subject. He teamed up with documentary maker Jon Ronson to host a 30-minutes radio special on UFOs called "Journey to the Other Side," broadcasted on Radio 4 in the UK.