It was six in the morning, I was arrived home from clubbing just four hours before, when my mum slaps Robbie William tickets across my face…
What a wonderful way to wake up your daughter?
It was a pleasant surprise but I barely had any energy to get up.
I wasn’t hung over. I barely drank anything because I couldn’t really afford to. I was drunk and high on life anyway. Plus I don’t need to spend a single penny.
Give me good music and I can dance to my heart’s content.
Robbie Williams is a British icon, being the poster boy of Take That from 1990 to 1995 and then again 2009 to 2012. He got over his substance addiction, became a father and threw himself back on stage.
He performed earlier in the year for the One Love Manchester tribute concert in memory of the deceased and joined his former band mates for hugs but not a song on stage as the band did officially form in Manchester. He did put on an emotional solo performance of Angels.
This performance was a part of his The Heavy Entertainment Show Tour around Europe with a set list of songs old and new.
If you’re a big Robbie fan, you should definitely check out this tour as tickets are still available.
Robbie was being the usual man-child he was, swearing and joking about on stage as well as performing a piece with his father.
His set for Strong and Angels were especially touching in light of recent tragedies in Manchester and London. We everyone held their flash-lights in the air holding back the tears in our eyes.
One Love to the Rest of the World!
Until Next Time,
~Let me entertain you~