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Britain's greatest entertainer - Robbie Williams - will headline Barclaycard presents British Summer Time Hyde Park 2019.
Since bursting on to the stage as the youngest member of Take That in 1990 and then going solo in 1995, Robbie Williams has been at the top of his game for nearly 30 years, and has become a national treasure.
One of the most decorated artists around today, he has six of the top 100 best-selling albums in British history with 77 million albums worldwide, 14 Number 1 singles and won a record 18 BRIT Awards – more than any other artist in music history.
Robbie Williams will headline Hyde Park for the very first time on the Great Oak Stage on Sunday 14th July 2019 – his only UK open-air show of the year.
Robbie Williams is one of the most decorated music artists in the world with six of the Top 100 best-selling albums in British history, a huge 80 million album sales worldwide, 14 Number 1 singles and a record 18 BRIT Awards (as of 2019) – more than any other artist in music history.
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Black Eyed Peas
One of the most exciting, dynamic, and most commercially successful groups of all time, The Black Eyed Peas are notorious for their anthemic pop hits transcending generations, tracks such as ‘Where Is The Love?’, ‘I Gotta Feeling’, ‘My Humps’ and ‘Meet Me Halfway’ have played the soundtrack to the lives of millions of fans across the globe. The ‘Don’t Phunk with My Heart’ hit makers consists of rappers apl.de.ap, Taboo and ITV’s The Voice regular and lead vocalist will.i.am. With 7 chart-topping studio albums, 25 million YouTube views and over 10 million monthly Spotify listeners (as of 2018), the GRAMMY award-winning hip-hop group and pop sirens have blessed us with the iconic tracks that filled radio waves for two over decades
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Keane is a beloved English rock band originating from Battle, East Sussex comprised of Tim Rice-Oxley (composer and pianist), Tom Chaplin (lead vocals), Richard Hughes (drummer) and Jesse Quin (bassist). By 2013, Keane had released four full length LPs all reaching number 1 in the UK album charts and sold 12 million albums worldwide. Hopes and Fears, their debut, had entered the list of the 40 best-selling albums in the UK of all time, and they had toured more than 40 countries. After 15 years, and having been friends since childhood, the band were just about ready to call it a day and in 2013 they bowed out with a show in Berlin that felt like an ending - and then everything went quiet on the Keane front. After releasing two solo albums, Tom realised there was something missing from his life - a relationship that was so pivotal, it felt like family. He realised he longed to see Tim again, so they met up, only for Tim to reveal that he had been working on some new material for what he had planned to be a solo album. 'It felt like a story that I could help articulate'. And so the band reconvened, all four of them excited to realise they could make something powerful together, something new. In 2019 Keane announced they would be touring again for the first time in six years.
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This Glasgow based band have been playing their mix of rock, soul and new country sounds since they formed in 1986 by bassist Johnny McElhone. With the release of White On Blonde in 1997 they became major stars, propelled by huge pop hits such as Say What You Want and Black Eyed Boy. Many groups could be destroyed by such success, but Texas have continued writing and recording, sustained by their very particular love of music, and listeners can still enjoy the classic mix of Sharleen Spiteri's distinctive vocals with an experienced band who know what they're doing.
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Since they began in 1992, Newport's Welsh rockers Feeder have sold over 5 million records. Always exhilarating, always celebratory, singles like ‘Just The Way I’m Feeling’, ‘Buck Rogers’ ‘Feeling A Moment’ and ‘Lost And Found’ are just some of the 25 hits the band have enjoyed over the years, along with nine studio albums, six of which reached the UK top 10. There have been various line-up changes along the way, but Grant Nicholas and Taka Hirose remain the force to keep feeding their music hungry fans.
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Saint Sister, formed in November 2014, is the creation of Morgan MacIntyre and Gemma Doherty. Their music draws from early Celtic harp traditions, 60s folk and electronic pop to create ‘atmosfolk' - a mix of soulful vocal harmonies, dreamy synth and electro-acoustic harp. Following an early performance on Irish national television, one of their first gigs saw them open the stage for Arcade Fire’s Will Butler.
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Graduates from the famous BRIT School, Stephan Benson and Jeffrey Okyere have been performing together as Misunderstood since 2010. Citing Justin Timberlake, Missy Elliott, Brandy, Beyonce and Michael Jackson as key influences, the London based duo have been building a reputation for their slick Pop / R’n’B with an authentic throwback vibe and contemporary twist.
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X Factor 2018 finalist United Vibe are made up of Blaise, Jon, Jack, Elliot and Kieran. he boys first found fame as solo artists in the 2018 X Factor competition where they were then hand picked by Simon Cowell and Robbie Williams to form a brand new boy band.
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Edinburgh raised but now London residing singer-songwriter, Callum delivers anthemic pop-rock songs with a story to tell. Callum was just 13 when he launched his singing career with the support of his dad who bought him an acoustic guitar. He counts ex-Kaiser Chief Nick Hodgson and ex-Verve member Nick McCabe amongst his fans who have co-written material with him. HIs music is inspired by his own tastes and his dad's dusty vinyl collection. "I probably wouldn’t be doing music now if it wasn’t for my dad," Callum said in an interview for his record label 3beat. "“Every night he’d crack open a bottle of red and just play me all this different music. That was mindblowing, hearing everything from Elton John to Deep Purple."
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ROE is a grumpy multi-instrumentalist from Derry (Ireland), Roisin Donald. Laying down her unique brand of self-styled “Grumpy Electro-Pop”, she has been blazing a trail for young female indie artists across Ireland, UK, Europe and beyond.
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Rap artist from Nottingham.
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Scarlett Lee, Acacia & Aaliyah, Matt Wilson
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