He’s been spotted blasting the music of Led Zeppelin’s rivals while Page is in his garden.
“I did this for free.”
Let him entertain you.
2016 continues to get stranger.
UK pop figurehead and owner of a #dadbod I actually wouldn’t mind seeing, Robbie Williams, has today announced a return to Australia set for later this year, bringing his Let Me Entertain You tour down under in October. First teased back in April via a Latvian choir, because why not, Robbie will be swinging around
Let them entertain you.
Boasting 55 million albums sold globally, an obsessive international following, a notorious wit, and some of the most hit-laden pop records of the modern era, Robbie Williams is the definition of a phenomenon and he’s announced that he will make his return to Australia this September. It’s been almost eight years since Williams delighted Australian
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If you’ve ever wondered who or what was responsible for South Korean popstar PSY, his single Gangnam Style and its awful follow-up Gentleman, we finally have the unlikely answer – it’s Queen and Freddie Mercury, with a little help from Robbie Williams. The musician told The Sun that he watched the British rock legends’ 1986
Fancy going to the UK and paying for something with a note featuring The Beatles‘ faces on it? Well, that could soon become a reality – with the Fab Four, Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger, and Robbie Williams all making the shortlist for the new face on the Poms’ £10 note. According to UK tabloid
Legendary music promoter Michael Chugg has hinted that he will be bringing Robbie Williams to Australia for a series of concerts in December 2013. During his keynote conversation with Iain Shedden at the Australasian World Music Expo on Friday afternoon, Chugg was discussing local touring phenomenons, and how he has taken acts like Coldplay and
Robbie Williams has put a Price Tag (literally) on Jessie J‘s music career – giving her 18 months tops before she drops off the radar. NME reports that when asked his opinion of J on a Dutch morning TV show, Williams didn’t give her much hope for a long and successful career. “She’s not gonna