If you ever thought this musician would go quietly into the history books you would be mistaken. Few artists have established a musical legacy as impressive as the British-born singer-songwriter. And to think it has been an incredible 27 years since the performer first joined the renowned pop-group Take That and then 22 years since he left them to play football with Oasis at Glastonbury.
The best-selling British solo artist is heading back to Copenhagen and is sure to dazzle fans with his record-breaking compilation of songs.
Timeless classics ‘Angels’ and ‘Millennium’ together with energetic and charismatic hits ‘Let Me Entertain You’ and ‘Feel’ ensure Danish fans will be singing along to every word.
Williams recently made an astounding comeback after taking a break from performing amid reports in 2011 he had been battling drug addiction and depression.
The stadium tour, ‘The Heavy Entertainment Show’, will be supported by synth pop duo Erasure. The 1989 Brit Award winners for Best British Band stand out as a welcome addition to what looks set to be an incredible pair of live performances this summer.
If you require any more convincing, just check out the star’s accolades. His astounding collection of 18 Brit Awards establishes Williams as the most successful artist in the history of the awards.