Robbie Williams


His unrestricted agenda is “Let Me Entertain You”. He is the show himself – Robbie Williams’ eight solo albums and over 77 million record sales speak for themselves.

In his incredible career the Englishman has received countless awards such as multiple ECHOs and MTV Music Awards, MTV’s “Greatest Superstar” in 2009, the inclusion into the UK Music Hall Of Fame for being the most influential artist in the 1990’s and 17 BRIT Awards – more than any other artist before him.

It all began in 1990 when his mother signed him up for a casting of a boy group called Take That. Initially cast as a substitute, he quickly became a permanent and the most popular member of the most commercially successful boy band of the world in the 1990’s. After leaving the band he rejoined it again in 2005. At that point the band had been separated for almost ten years.

One of his first solo singles "Angels", was the start of one of the most successful pop careers in music business in 1997. The album spent 48 weeks in the British Top ten and was a hit in all of Europe – his goal of being a serious musician was accomplished. Various number one rankings worldwide followed and his albums that were awarded platinum multiple times made him to a worldwide superstar.

Countless superlative achievements followed in the career of the Universal-Artist*: his worldwide tours that lead him to the biggest arenas and stadiums were sold out within an extremely short amount of time, three consecutive performances in front of an audience of 125,000 people each in the British Knebworth; one of his DVD’S is one of the best selling music DVD of all time; an entry in the Guinness Book Of Records for 1.6 million concert tickets sold in one single day – a number that no other artist could touch at this point; so far the biggest tour through 28 countries and 83 concerts worldwide with an audience of over 4.6 million; top-selling solo artist in the history of the U.K.