There is probably only one pop star who can call his album "The Heavy Entertainment Show" without batting an eye.
That is Robbie Williams, the former Take That singer who has risen to become one of the most successful solo artists in the world. His concerts have been known as “heavy entertainment shows” long before his new album was even released.
After a prolonged absence, Robbie Williams is back to the stadiums and arenas, ready to conquer the world with his charm once again. The tour is in support of his new album, released last November 2016. The first single "Party Like A Russian" came as a tantalizing foretaste, as did "Motherfucker", a strong song that sounds like it was practically written for arenas.
With songs like "David's Song" and "Love My Life", Williams proves his knack for big ballads, while those who are more partial to Robbie's hip swinging side will certainly appreciate "Sensitive" and "Pretty Woman," two songs that show off his more funky, lascivious side along similar lines as "Rock DJ".
Backed by such a strong album, and enriched by hits like "Angels" or "Feel" on the setlist, the five German dates of his "Heavy Entertainment Show" are sure to live up to their name.
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