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Robbie Williams - The Black Eyed Peas, Keane, Texas, Feeder, Saint Sister, Scarlett Lee, Misunderstood, United Vibe, Acacia & Aaliyah, Callum Beattie, Roe, Raphi, Matt Wilson

Venue name: Hyde Park
Address: 2-6 Inverness Terrace, Hyde Park London W2 3HU

Categories: Concerts & Tour Dates
Starts at: 2019.07.14, 19:30


Name: Robbie Williams

Real Name: Robert Peter Maximillion Williams Birthday: 13.02.1974 Birthplace: Stoke-on-Trent, England, UK Occupation: Singer Sign: Aquarius Robert Peter Maximillion Williams was born in Stoke-On-Trent on Wednesday 13th February 1974. From a very early age the young Robbie demonstrated his star qualities, performing 'Summer Nights' from Grease on stage in Spain when only three years old and the Artful Dodger in a school production of Oliver Twist. He was inspired to entertain by his father who was a comedien, and though Robbie's current gift is the ability to write and produce great music, his sense of humour is always evident in every performance and interview he gives. Robbie's break came when he auditioned for the boyband "Take-That". In fact, Robbie and his mates hated boy bands, but he wasn't going to let that minor problem stand between him and fame. He spent five years as part of the most successful boy band of the 90s, helping to provide great entertainment for the band's millions of adoring fans, before the constraints of working as part of a group became too much for him. Robbie hadn't exactly been promoted as the major star of the band, and the world wondered whether Robbie could find solo success. Despite knowing that he had the talent to make it on his own, Robbie's world went off the rails for a period, as many people's lives do and he suffered from substance and alcohol abuse while he fought a lengthy legal battle with his previous management for the right to pursue his own solo career. After six months wrangling, he won first his legal fight, and then his personal fight to pick himself up and start again. Fans were delighted to see this transformation, and his return to normality will be an example to others who find themselves in such a position. At first, the solo career didn't go as planned, with "Life Thru a Lens" selling only a few thousand copies, and four singles ("Freedom", "Old Before I Die", "Lazy Days" and "South Of The Border") having only limited success. It looked as though Robbie's many fans weren't buying his solo efforts, and his decision to quit the band wasn't looking too clever. However, in July 1997 with the release of "Angels" everything changed and Robbie was back. Once back, Robbie was determined to stay, and a stream of great singles, and two great albums ("I've Been Expecting You" and "Sing When You're Winning") have followed to make Robbie a superstar. It's very obvious to his fans that the more success he has, the more he leaves behind his boy band days, and makes the kind of music he likes. He gets little credit for the music he producers but he is one of the best lyric writers and producers the UK has seen for decades. He started to enjoy his life & music more and more, and his confidence as an artist grew, and outgrew writing partner Guy Chambers. Now living in LA Robbie met Stephen Duffy and a new exciting writing partnership began resulting in his latest album "Intensive Care" and the 2006 Close Encounters World Tour that kicked off in South Africa in April and ends in Australia in December after covering Europe and Latin America.

Categories: Music, Music: Alternative, Music: New Age, Music: Rock, Music: Pop

Name: The Black Eyed Peas

Fans of hip hop would be hard pressed to find a more popular and talented group in music today than The Black Eyed Peas. Since the release of Elephunk in 2003, Fergie, will.i.am, Taboo, and apl.de.ap have sold out hundreds of tour dates around the world and released four multi-platinum albums. The Black Eyed Peas' international acclaim is partially due to hit singles like "My Humps", "Boom Boom Pow", and "The Time (Dirty Bit)" along with a style and sound that are on the cutting edge of mainstream music. The Black Eyed Peas only have a few tour dates left on their 2011 concert schedule, meaning fans should scramble quickly to see these hip hop icons. William Adams (will.i.am) and Allan Pineda (apl.de.ap) began rapping together in high school before being joined by Jaime Gomez (Taboo) nearly seven years later. They experienced moderate success with singer Kim Hill and various tracks ended up in movie soundtracks. Due to creative differences, Kim Hill left The Black Eyed Peas in 2000 and the band hired former Wild Orchid singer/rapper Stacy Ferguson (Fergie). With the addition of Fergie came the addition of a more futuristic style of hip hop that incorporated a more electronic sound. The sound became a hit on The Black Eyed Peas' 2003 album, Elephunk, as did the album's lead singles "Where Is the Love" and "Let's Get It Started"; the latter won a Grammy for Best Rap Performance By a Duo or Group. The following Elephunk Tour spread The Black Eyed Peas' fame worldwide, playing tour dates in Europe and Asia. The Black Eyed Peas would draw even greater crowds on tour dates after the release of Monkey Business in 2004. Led by singles like "My Humps" and "Don't Phunk With My Heart", Monkey Business went platinum four times and rose to the top of the charts all around the world. The Monkey Business Tour performed tour dates in even more exotic international locations and featured supporting artist Gwen Stefani. The Black Eyed Peas' 2009 album, The E.N.D. (short for The Energy Never Dies) featured the hit singles "Boom Boom Pow" and "I Gotta Feeling", and sold over 11 million copies. The group's latest release, The Beginning has continued The Black Eyes Peas' meteoric rise to fame while simultaneously creating a new chapter in the group's history. While some fans have been hesitant of the quartet's new sound, critics are recognizing the potential of The Black Eyed Peas' new direction. While The Black Eyed Peas have only three remaining tour dates on their 2011 concert schedule, fans can bet they'll make the most of them. After shows at Alton Towers in England, the Oxegen Festival in Dublin, and the Estadio Vicente Calderon in Madrid, The Black Eyed Peas will end their tour dates for the year. Fans in the UK, Ireland, and Span should buy their tickets quickly before The Black Eyed Peas disappear for the year.

Categories: Music, Music: Dance, Music: Hip Hop/Rap, Music: Pop

Name: Keane

Description: Piano Rock