British singer Robbie Williams gives his first concert in Türkiye’s Antalya

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British singer and songwriter Robbie Williams gave a concert in Türkiye for the first time.

British singer Robbie Williams gives his first concert in Türkiye’s Antalya

Robbie Williams, who left one of the most popular bands of all time "Take That" and continued his solo career and is very popular in Türkiye, gave a concert within the scope of an organization in Antalya, one of the most popular cities in the Mediterranean region ofTürkiye.

"I've been making music for 32 years and tonight I'm going to show you what it means to entertain," he said on stage and started the concert with the song "Let Me Entertain You".

Robbie Williams chatted with the audience between songs during the 1 and a half hour concert.

"This is my first concert in Türkiye," Williams said, showing videos from the days of Take That, the band he started playing in the 1990s when he was only 16 years old and making jokes to make the audience laugh.

Williams also performed "Strong", "Come Undone", "Don't Look Back in Anger", "Feel", "Kids" and "Rock DJ" and announced that he is in the happiest period of his life.

"When I was young, I had two rules. Never to get married and never to have children. Now I am happier than ever with my wife Ayda and my four children,” he said and he dedicated the song "Love My Life" to a couple in the audience and their son.

After the first intermission, Williams continued his concert with "No Regrets" and "She's the One", dedicating his farewell song "Angels" to his wife Ayda, who is proud of her Turkish roots, and her father, whom he lost 9 years ago on August 17th, and said, "I realized that what I like most about my wife is that she is Turkish. That's why I love Turks so much."

While singing the song, Robbie called his wife on the phone and played the song live.

Source: Anadolu Agency

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