King Robbie Takes the Crown Again
Remember when Mark, Robbie, Jason, Howard and Gary came into our lives and made us go weak at the knees? Take That are the Kings of Pop; the Fab Five; and no-one can topple them from their thrones. When they first started out, the thing which set them apart from other pop combos of the nineties and noughties was the fact that they had a decent songwriter in the band – Gary Barlow and mostly composed their own tunes. This gave them a certain amount of credibility amongst their peers and earned them respect from icons such as Elton John and the Bee Gees. The Samaritans had to set up a special hotline when the band first broke up in 1996, as millions of broken hearted girls were inconsolable and the nation was left in complete shock. They reformed a few years later, however, and went on to have many more hit singles and albums- and are still going strong to this day. The only group that have induced such mass hysteria since have been One Direction, a product of the reality pop juggernaut controlled by Mr Nasty himself, Simon Cowell. The’ X Factor’ has produced some pop stalwarts in recent years such as Leona Lewis, Little Mix and the now-defunct JLS, but even these successful artists cannot captivate an audience like Robbie Williams and the rest of the boys can.
Robbie is the master of showmanship-and the good news is that he is on the road at this very moment. He has brought along his protégée for the ‘Take the Crown’ stadium tour, with the ever-charming, cheeky Olly Murs, so you will be in for a real treat! Both lads- apart from being rather easy on the eye- are real entertainers and hold the audience in the palm of their how to buy viagra buy levitra buy ambien https://www.glenerinpharmacy.com/buy-viagra-online/ online overnight delivery professional connect in the usa hand when they perform. Mr Murs has come a long way from singing ‘Superstition’ on the’ X Factor’ (yes, he is part of ‘Judge Dread’s’ quest for world domination too), as he is now a well-known presenter and Brit-nominated recording artist. He still cites the highlight of the talent competition as collaborating with the one and only Mr Williams on his timeless classic ‘Angels’, so these best buddies may even add another sneaky duet into the set. With four dates playing at the Etihad Stadium next week (June 18th, 19th, 21st and 22nd), this dynamic duo has plenty of time to explore the delights that Manchester has to offer when they are not hard at work.
The boys will welcome the relaxing, chilled out atmosphere at The Mitre Hotel, as we provide top of the range accommodation in Manchester at extremely reasonable rates. Out of all the central hotels in Manchester, of which there are many, no one comes close in terms of customer service and hospitality. Comfy beds; snuggly towels; a lovely hot shower-accommodation in Manchester does not get better than this! Location-wise, we are situated close to all the sights and attractions, such as the Royal Exchange Theatre, the Printworks and the Triangle-and you can bet your bottom dollar that militant Red Devil Olly will take a trip to Old Trafford to have a nosey round the world-famous ground and follow in the footsteps of some of the greatest players of all time. Hotels in Manchester can be rather pricey, but we promise to keep our rates to an absolute minimum. To book a room today then call us on 0161 834 4128, or alternatively drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.