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Gary Barlow Ticket Demand Soars Following BBC Appearance


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Ticket demand for Gary Barlow’s spring solo shows has increased by almost 100% over the week, despite his widely panned New Year’s Eve BBC bonanza, according to ticket marketplace Seatwave.

Gary Barlow’s Big Ben Bash saw the Take That star perform a medley of his hits and included a segment where he performed a duet with himself, via a video projection of him singing in 1993. The show, seen by many as a step too far, prompted one viewer to ask whether the “BBC was being renamed the GBC”.

Louise Mullock, spokesperson for Seatwave, says: “Although the BBC’s Barlow show garnered near universal derision it pulled in a massive audience of 10.2 million. It seems as a result of this exposure, tickets for Barlow’s shows are now selling like hotcakes, perhaps the star’s duet with himself proves that two Barlows are better than one.”


Date: Monday 6th of January 2014
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Gary Barlow, OBE (born January 20, 1971 in Frodsham, Cheshire, England) is an English singer, songwriter, bandleader and producer. He was one of the most successful songwriters of the 1990s, penning no less than 16 hit singles during the decade. Barlow was generally recognised as the musical talent behind the successful boy band Take That. This UK group were signed to RCA records and after a number of top 40 hits eventually secured their first Number 1 with Barlow's "Pray." Previous hits included "A Million Love Songs" and "It Only Takes A Minute."