Robbie Williams wants to reunite with the boys-band of 90s Take That. In 2017, the British singer would like to record some good music with his old bandmates. Time to wait for the news hits from famous English pop group.
The 42-year-old singer said that while nothing is fixed right now, he would like to get together with Gary Barlow, Howard Donald and Mark Owen for one of their forthcoming anniversaries, reported Female First.
‘I’m sure I’ll be in the studio with the boys at some point, maybe soon. We haven’t made any plans yet. You can always fudge an anniversary of some sort. Like, it was the anniversary this year, but we got together in 1990, so the 25th anniversary would have been last year.’
Then there’s the anniversary of the first song, the first anniversary of most people with brown eyes buying the record and so on.
Robbie Williams plans regarding Take That in 2017
Robbie Williams may rejoin Take That for a 25th anniversary album and tour, the band’s members have revealed.
“We’ve been talking to Robbie about it,” Howard Donald said.
“It might be that if we do a 25th anniversary album, that we do some co-writing or some extra tracks on that. In our minds at the moment there’s an intention to do some new tracks, a greatest hits (album) and a tour,” said bandmate Mark Owen, who said “it would be nice to do something with” Williams.
But Owen said it was unlikely former member Jason Orange could be enticed back to the chart-topping band after leaving in 2014.
“I think Jay is happy where he is,” said the 44-year-old, who currently makes up Take That with Donald, 48, and Gary Barlow, 45.
“I don’t think at the moment he has any sort of dreams or wishes to come back and do it, so we’re just carrying on doing our thing.”