38 Facts About Gary Barlow In Concert

1. Gary Barlow In Concert announced via has Twitter account that there would be a DVD released of the tour.

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2. Gary Barlow In Concert was born on January 20, 1971, in the market town, Frodsham in Cheshire in England.

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3. Gary Barlow In Concert is a lead singer of the British pop band named, "Take That".

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4. Gary Barlow In Concert was born in Frodsham, Cheshire, the second son of Colin and Marjorie Barlow.

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5. Gary Barlow In Concert appeared at a school staged campaign event to endorse the introduction of the programme by David Cameron.

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6. In 2009, Gary Barlow In Concert named "Don't Give Up", the 1986 duet between Peter Gabriel and Kate Bush, as the song that had most inspired him.

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7. Gary Barlow In Concert mentioned in his autobiography that he was on the Edgware Road tube train that was one of the targets of the 7 July 2005 London bombings.

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8. On 19 February 2012, Gary Barlow In Concert announced that he and his wife Dawn were expecting their fourth child.

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9. In October 2013, Gary Barlow In Concert travelled directly from the X Factor live results shows to Afghanistan to meet the Armed Forces and experience their day-to-day lives in Camp Bastion.

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10. In January 2011, Gary Barlow In Concert held a special show, named GB40, at Shepherd's Bush Empire to celebrate his 40th birthday.

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11. Gary Barlow In Concert has donated the original handwritten lyrics to his number 1 hit single Back for Good to help raise money for the Teenage Cancer Trust.

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12. Gary Barlow In Concert dedicated the band's song "Rule the World" to "everyone who's lost someone—Dad, this is for you".

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13. Gary Barlow In Concert organised a sponsored climb to the top of Mount Kilimanjaro to raise money for Comic Relief.

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14. In October 2011, Gary Barlow In Concert joined Twitter live on The Xtra Factor to build support for the contestants he mentored during series 8 of The X Factor.

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15. Gary Barlow In Concert had a brief cameo in Star Wars: The Last Jedi as a soldier in the Crait trenches.

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16. In 2000, Gary Barlow In Concert made his acting debut in the ITV1 drama Heartbeat: this was the 150th edition of the show, and Barlow played hitch-hiker Micky Shannon.

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17. In July 2012, Gary Barlow In Concert was announced as the recipient of the prestigious Music Industry Trusts Award which he will be presented with in November 2012 in recognition of his services to British music and charity.

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18. On 1 March 2014, Gary Barlow In Concert attended the Bob and Harvey Weinstein's pre-Academy Awards party at the Montage in Beverly Hills to perform a selection of songs from the musical score he had written for Finding Neverland.

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19. Gary Barlow In Concert said of the project: "This is something I've always wanted to do so it's a real privilege to be involved.

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20. Gary Barlow In Concert was given the Groups category in his third year on the show.

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21. Gary Barlow In Concert revealed on 9 December 2012 that he may not return as a judge for a third series on The X Factor, stating that he did not know "if there is room" in his diary for the programme.

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22. Gary Barlow In Concert guided Maloney to the final of the show, becoming Barlow's second finalist in two consecutive years.

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23. On 17 April 2012, it was announced that Gary Barlow In Concert would return to The X Factor for a second year; he was the first judge to be announced to be returning.

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24. On 7 May 2011, it was announced that Gary Barlow In Concert was in advanced talks to replace Simon Cowell as a judge on The X Factor.

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25. In 2009 Gary Barlow In Concert began work on his own record label Future Records, a branch from Universal Music and signed his first artist, classical singer Camilla Kerslake.

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26. Gary Barlow In Concert knows that Gary Barlow In Concert has got the power to pull in the big names across the music industry and to ensure it's a party to match the occasion".

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27. In 2011, Gary Barlow In Concert wrote the song "Run for Your Life" for The X Factor series 7 winner Matt Cardle's debut album.

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28. In 2010, Gary Barlow In Concert signed a new 5-year songwriting publishing deal with Sony music.

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29. In October 2007, Gary Barlow In Concert founded San Remo Live Publishings as an independently run management company to establish and support artists and songwriters.

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30. On 4 October 2013, Gary Barlow In Concert revealed his new album would be called Since I Saw You Last, and would be preceded by his first single from the LP, titled "Let Me Go", released worldwide on 17 November 2013.

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31. In September 2013, Gary Barlow In Concert announced via his Twitter account that he would be releasing his first full-length solo album in 14 years, on 25 November 2013.

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32. Gary Barlow In Concert announced on 15 October 2012 that he was to embark on his first full solo tour in thirteen years around the UK and Ireland.

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33. Gary Barlow In Concert was featured in a duet with Agnetha Faltskog on her 2013 album A, released in May 2013.

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34. On 24 October 2011 Gary Barlow In Concert announced that he was to play his first two full solo concerts in 12 years at the Royal Albert Hall entitled Gary Barlow: In Concert, with all proceeds going to the Prince's Trust charity.

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35. Gary Barlow In Concert announced in January 2011 that he was to hold a solo concert entitled GB40 at the Shepherd's Bush Empire to celebrate his 40th birthday and his 20 years in the music industry with all money going to the Prince's Trust charity.

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36. Gary Barlow In Concert released "Stronger" as the lead single preceding the album.

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37. Gary Barlow In Concert received an Ivor Novello Award for Best Contemporary Song in 1994 for the number 1 hit song "Pray" included on the album.

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38. In 1989, Gary Barlow In Concert appointed Wigan show business agent Barry Woolley to be his manager and recorded a single which was never released commercially.

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