British pop star Gary Barlow is ready to make a comeback. The ‘Forever Love’ singer took to Twitter on Tuesday, September 17, 2013 to announce that he will release his new solo album after a 14-year break. Barlow is scheduled to release the yet to be titled record on November 25, 2013, via Polydor Records.
The ‘Back For Good’ singer will announce more details about the upcoming album in the next couple of weeks, including the record’s title, track listing and collaborators. The former member of Take That experienced immense success with the band, as they had eight number one records and managed to sell over 30 million copies worldwide. The ‘Rule The World’ musicians also scored 15 number one singles and sold over 7 million concert tickets.
Barlow was awarded with the prestigious OBE in 2012, for his contribution to British music, following his participation in the BBC Children In Need project, as well as the very successful Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Concert. The ‘Open Road’ singer toured the UK solo in 2012 and received critical acclaim, from both the critics and fans. Barlow’s UK tour included one special stop, at London’s Royal Albert Hall in support of The Prince’s Trust.
Barlow’s last solo effort, ‘Twelve Months, Eleven Days’ was released in 1999.
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