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Robbie Williams hopes to hit the road again later this year.

Former Take this singer’s 11th solo album, “Heavy entertainment show”, Arrived in 2016. It was followed by his 2019 holiday record “Christmas present”guests from Jamie Kullum, Rod Stewart and others.

Williams’ residence at the Encore Theater in Las Vegas was closed in 2020. coronavirus pandemic, its last date in the UK was in London in December 2019 (via Setlist.FM).

In a recent interview, the Rock DJ artist said, “I hope I’m going on tour later this year. But you’ll see how this year went (via Music-News.com). ”

Referring to the ongoing impact of COVID restrictions on the music industry, he explained: “I think every summer we think it’s over, and then every winter it comes back.

“Every time I guessed it would end, I was completely wrong.”

Robbie Williams performs live. CREDIT: Getty

Williams continued: “It’s scary for so many reasons, but personally and out of selfishness, I couldn’t do a concert, I couldn’t even tour.”

This was reported by another source The sunThe “weird” ruck: “The dream of the Lord to set out again – he wants to make it a reality.

“This year may be tough, but anything is possible to get to know Robbie.”

Williams will return to the concert in June at Vale Park Stadium in Stoke-on-Trent. He has to play differently Open concert in Munich, Germany this august. The final date will be one of the biggest solo shows today.

Meanwhile, Robbie Williams claims to have been a killer target at the peak of his career.

Looking back at the time he was a “stupid celebrity,” he explained, “I never, ever said that, but I had a contract to kill me. I never said that in public. He left. I have friends. These are invisible things that happen when you are famous. “



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