Singer Robbie Williams performed in our country this weekend. He did so with two concerts, one on Friday and the other on Saturday, at the Palau Sant Jordi in Barcelona, which LOS40 had with the official radio. Tickets to see the artist live sold out in just half an hour after they went on sale.
The 18,000 people who attended the venue sang and danced to the show where he, who was the star of one of the first “boy bands” of the 90s, celebrated his 25th anniversary on stage as a soloist since he left the TakeTho group. .
The British star, who drew applause and cheers from the hallowed audience, was accompanied by a band of three singers and musicians, with three guitars and two basses, a drummer, a keyboardist, two trumpets and a rock band. The singer made jokes, laughed at himself, told stories, danced and reviewed some of the biggest hits of his career, which are many. I’ll Take You, Strong, Love of My Life, I Feel, Candy, Rock DJ, No Regrets are just some of the songs that Robbie Williams has revived in each of his live concerts.
The price in which the artist is immersed 25 an album that includes many of his biggest hits and fan favorites over the past 25 years of his career.
In this quarter century, Williams has sold more than 85 million records worldwide. Earlier this September, he scored his fourteenth number 1 album with the 25th album, which topped the charts in its first week of release. In this incredible feat, the music icon broke the record for the solo artist with the most number 1 albums in the UK. In 2019, Elvis Presley has already equaled his record on the charts, when he scored his thirteenth number 1 album with The Christmas Present. Only the Beatles exceed that figure, with 15 #1 albums. In summary, throughout his solo career and with Take That, Robbie Williams has 19 #1 albums, a fact that positions him as one of the two most #1 artists of all time, second only to Paul McCartney.
After his stay in Barcelona, he will continue his journey to Mexico, Portugal, Israel, Romania and other countries next month before returning to Spain in the summer, where he will perform at the Marenostra festival in Fuengirola (June 15); Madcool Madrid (July 6) and o Gozo Festival Santiago de Compostela (July 8).