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Robbie Williams Announces UK Tour for 25th Solo Career Anniversary Ahead of XXV Orchestral Album Release

After marking the milestone of his solo career by scheduling the release of his orchestral album, XXV, Robbie Williams is set to embark on a 25th anniversary tour. The 48-year-old singer has announced several arena shows in the UK and Ireland to continue the celebrations, two years after he was forced to cancel his Las Vegas residence due to COVID-19 restrictions.

his solo career by scheduling the release of XXV

When he left Take That Back in July 1995. So a phone line was set up for distraught fans across the country and he had to pay £1.5 million to get out of his contract – more than he earned after five years in the group.

Commemorating this feat, their race starts on 9 October with two consecutive nights at The O2 in London.

The pop icon would then play Birmingham, Manchester, Glasgow, and Dublin.

He has recorded orchestral versions of his greatest hits with the Dutch jazz and pop Orchestra, Metropole Orchestra, to celebrate a quarter-century since the release of his first solo album, 1997’s Life Through a Lens.

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The Rock DJ hitmaker posed nude on a statue for the album’s striking artwork, which is an interpretation of The Thinker by French sculptor Auguste Rodin, with only his arms and legs covering his manhood.

Celebrates many of my favorite songs from over 25 years

Robbie said: ‘I’m so excited to announce my new album XXV, which celebrates many of my favorite songs from the past 25 years. Each track has a special place in my heart so it was a real thrill to re-record them with the Metropole Orchest. Can’t wait for all of you to hear it.’

Hit Candy, Angels, Millennium and Let Me Entertain You

The career-spanning collection includes Hit Candy, Angels, Millennium, and Let Me Entertain You. Supreme Hitmaker – who has Teddy, nine, Charlie, seven, Coco, three, and a 17-month-old beau with wife Ayda Field. – had said that he was planning to hit the road in support of the LP.

However, he has accepted. That he doesn’t want to miss out on his younger kids growing up, so he doesn’t want to tour extensively and go for long periods without seeing his kids. He added: ‘I plan to tour the album, But I’m also figuring out how to be a father.

‘I saw a documentary in which an actor was talking about how he didn’t see his kids growing up.

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