Gary Barlow sets date for Pavilions concert
GARY Barlow is set to perform in Plymouth.
The multi-platinum singer songwriter will perform a solo show for one night only at Plymouth Pavilions on Wednesday November 14.
Following his two critically acclaimed solo shows at the Royal Albert Hall in London last year the Take That star, who has sold more than 50 million records, yesterday announced a full UK and Ireland tour.
"I'm really excited about these dates," said The X-Factor judge.
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"Playing live is my favourite thing and I haven't played a solo show for over a year now.
"Last year playing two London shows was brilliant, we all had such a good time, so I thought right let's get out and see the rest of the country"
Performing songs spanning the entirety of his incredible music career, Gary will kick off proceedings at Bournemouth's International Centre on 13 November, making Plymouth his second date.
After 20 years in the business with eight number one albums, fourteen number one singles, seven million concert tickets sold and six Ivor Novello Awards, Gary Barlow is regarded as one of Britain's most successful singer-songwriters.
Gary was recently named in the Queen's birthday honours list and was awarded an OBE for his huge contribution to British music as well as his significant charitable endeavours.
He also organised the hugely successful Queen's Diamond Jubilee Concert outside Buckingham Palace, gathering together some of the biggest names from the last 60 years to perform.
Marketing officer at Plymouth Pavilions, Robert Maltby, said there had been a "real buzz" around the signing of the world-famous star.
"After the famous Take That comeback, being an Ivor Novello Award winner, X Factor judge, CBE and organising the Queen's Diamond Jubilee concert, his profile is massive at the moment," said Robert.
"To get this calibre of artist perform here in Plymouth is such a big thing for the city and venue, and only a week after we announced Leona Lewis.
"The big names just keep on coming," he added.
Gary is certainly going to be the busiest man in showbiz, balancing the demands of a live tour just when X-Factor will be in its prime, Robert said.
"But I'm sure, as always, Gary will deliver an amazing performance," he added.
Tickets will go on sale at 10am this Friday.
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