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Gary Barlow: Take That need more than two

Gary Barlow: Take That need more than two

Gary Barlow insists Take That wouldn’t "survive" as a duo. The group started out as a five-piece, but following the departures of Robbie Williams and Jason Orange, they now record and tour as a trio. Though Gary thinks he, Mark Owen and Howard Donald are closer than ever now, he doesn’t believe they could carry on if another of the group left out. He said: "We wouldnR... »

Take That will continue into their 80s

Take That will continue into their 80s

Gary Barlow says Take That will continue into their 80s. The 48-year-old frontman – who is joined by Howard Donald, 50, and Mark Owen, 47, in the ‘Never Forget’ group – has reassured fans that their upcoming 30th anniversary tour does not spell the end of the band and admitted he feels like they are "just over half way" through their career. Gary told The Sun news... »

Gary Barlow ‘tried everything’ to get Jason Orange to stay in Take That

Gary Barlow ‘tried everything’ to get Jason Orange to stay in Take That

Gary Barlow "tried everything" to get Jason Orange to rejoin Take That. The 48-year-old singer has revealed that Jason – who quit the group in 2014 – had decided he simply "didn’t want to do it anymore" and despite Gary spending "about a year" trying to convince Jason to change his mind, he wasn’t tempted to return. Gary said to the Metro newsp... »

Take That cancel world tour plans

Take That cancel world tour plans

Take That have called off their upcoming world tour. The group were expected to hit the road in 2019 to celebrate 30 years as a band but they have drastically scaled back their plans and will only tour in Europe as Gary Barlow wants to stay close to home due to an illness in his family. He told the Daily Mirror: "We had a big ambition next year to do a world tour, but I have actually got an i... »

Take That feel ‘settled’ despite lineup changes

Take That feel ‘settled’ despite lineup changes

Take That finally feel "settled" after some "tricky" lineup changes. The ‘Greatest Day’ hitmakers – which currently consist of Gary Barlow, Howard Donald and Mark Owen – recently reunited with former bandmate Robbie Williams for the ‘X Factor’ final, while Jason Orange hasn’t been part of the lineup since 2014. Admitting it might be mor... »

Howard Donald says Jason Orange has ‘gone off the grid’

Howard Donald says Jason Orange has ‘gone off the grid’

Howard Donald says his friend Jason Orange has "gone off the grid" since leaving Take That. Howard, 50, has dashed hopes of Jason, 48, returning to the group for their 30th anniversary tour in 2019 and admits he hasn’t been in contact with his friend awhile since he quit in 2014. Jason left Take That following the release of their 2010 LP ‘Progress’ and subsequent tour,... »

Robbie says he’ll ‘ride again’ with Take That

Robbie says he’ll ‘ride again’ with Take That

Robbie Williams will "ride again" with Take That. The 44-year-old pop star has revealed that he will gladly reunite with the chat-topping band – which features Gary Barlow, Howard Donald and Mark Owen – if he’s in the same place as them during their upcoming tour. Robbie – who performed with Take That at the gala night of ‘The Band’ musical in London&#... »

Gary Barlow insists Robbie Williams and Jason Orange won’t appear on their reunion tour

Gary Barlow insists Robbie Williams and Jason Orange won’t appear on their reunion tour

Gary Barlow insists Robbie Williams and Jason Orange won’t be making any surprise appearances on Take That’s upcoming 30th-anniversary tour. The ‘Back For Good’ singer and his bandmates Mark Owen and Howard Donald are hitting the road next year in recognition of the milestone, but despite speculation from fans that the former members could join them on stage, the former ... »

Take That didn’t want typical greatest hits

Take That didn’t want typical greatest hits

Take That "hate" greatest hits compilations. The ‘Back for Good’ hitmakers are set to celebrate their 30th anniversary with ‘Odyssey’, which features new takes on their classic singles, and they admitted they deliberately set out to do "something different" that would reflect how they’ve changed over the years. Gary Barlow said: "All bands hat... »

Nile Rodgers to stand in for Robbie Williams on X Factor

Nile Rodgers to stand in for Robbie Williams on X Factor

Nile Rodgers is to stand in for Robbie Williams on Sunday’s (04.11.18) ‘The X Factor’. The Chic co-founder will help the 44-year-old singer with his Groups on Saturday’s (03.11.18) show, which is to be pre-recorded rather than go out "as live", and he will step in for the ‘Rock DJ’ hitmaker on the panel on Sunday, because Robbie has pre-arranged tour c... »

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