The award-winning singer-songwriter and Take That member discusses creating music for Hugh Jackman’s new movie with his ’80s musical heroes. More »
See if your new wave faves will appear on the film’s accompanying album. More »
The boys are back in town with a funky new single, ahead of the re-release of their 2014 album. More »
Hear a bit of what Gary Barlow and the boys have cooked up this time around. More »
See the full list of who will be singing songs from the Broadway musical. More »
“Stronger” is the standout number from the Broadway musical. Hear Kiesza tackle the song. More »
Find out more about the pop pedigree behind the big, upcoming Broadway production. More »
Here are dude-only pair-ups that range from classic (Paul McCartney and Michael Jackson, Mick Jagger and David Bowie) to current (Robbie Williams and Gary Barlow, Jason Derulo and 2 Chainz). More »
Since the 1990s, Take That have gone from being a quintet to a quartet to a quintet again…and now Gary Barlow, Mark Owen and Howard Donald are going it as a trio, following the recent departure of Jason Orange (and Robbie Williams sitting this one out). So in addition to news of the… More »
Tomorrow morning (October 10), a slimmer Take That will return with the lead single from III, their first studio album since 2010’s Stuart Price-produced Progress. Last time around, all five original members, including Robbie Williams, were on board for the album, a follow-up EP (2011’s Progressed) and a world tour. Alas, Robbie announced… More »
Robbie Williams has confirmed he will not be taking part in the recording of Take That’s upcoming album — news that, depending on where your longstanding loyalties lie, will either be good or bad. The band’s seventh LP is expected to be released in late 2014, with a tour to follow.
Williams has… More »
There’s a lot to love about Agnetha Faltskog’s comeback album but the highlight of A has to be the ABBA icon’s duet with Gary Barlow. “I Should’ve Followed You Home”, penned by the Take That heartthrob and Swedish producer Jörgen Elofsson, is a wistful disco-tinged ballad that exudes loveliness with each and every synth.
Not surprisingly, the… More »
Over the past week, more details have emerged about Gary Barlow’s first solo album in 14 years. The first item of business is the title, Since I Saw You Last, and album cover, which were unlocked via the cherished, centuries-old tradition of fan tweets. Preceding the LP (which is out November 25 in the UK)… More »
It’s been nearly three years since British boy-band-turned-pop-gods Take That released their last studio album Progress (it was followed in 2011 by EP Progressed), and now there’s official word that the gents will be hitting the studio in January to begin recording their follow-up LP.
As for whether or not sometimes-member Robbie Williams… More »
As one fourth of ABBA, Agnetha Faltskog was inducted into the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame three years ago. And thankfully the 62-year-old Swedish diva is still at it, cranking out quality music. Case in point: “When You Really Loved Someone,” the first single to be issued off Faltskog’s upcoming album A (out May… More »
Robbie Williams may be best known for loving angels instead, but in his new video, he’s transformed himself into one. The British singer-songwriter has just released the clip for his new single, “Candy,” which was co-written by his Take That bandmate Gary Barlow (who himself is a judge on the UK version of The X Factor),… More »
Over 200 musicians took to the stage outside Buckingham Palace in London last night to perform the official Diamond Jubilee composition “Sing” for Queen Elizabeth II, including songwriters Gary Barlow and Andrew Lloyd Weber, British choir Military Wives, the African Children’s Choir and Indigenous Australian artist Geoffrey Gurrumul Yunupingu. The spectacle was a moving one,… More »
Queen Elizabeth II has reportedly chirped up with her approval for “Sing”, a UK single released to celebrate her Diamond Jubilee celebrations. The track, co-written by Take That member Gary Barlow and Sir Andrew Lloyd Weber and performed by the Commonwealth Band, will open the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Concert this evening at Buckingham Palace. Ahead… More »