Take That give little known London singer songwriter his big break!


Gary GoGary Go is confirmed to support Take That on their record breaking UK tour playing to over a million people including the venue at the end of road that he grew up – Wembley Stadium.

It has to be the most enviable support slot a new artist or band could ever dream of…  To play live in front of over a million people in the space of a month, at venues like Wembley Stadium and Cardiff’s Millennium Stadium. This is about to become a reality for 24-year-old Wembley raised singer-songwriter Gary Go who has been confirmed to do just that when he joins Take That on their entire record breaking UK summer stadium tour.

It’s even crazier for Gary Go seeing that he grew up in Wembley on the road that leads to the Stadium and spent many a day with the window open hearing the huge roars from various concerts or football matches. Now he’ll be watched and heard by 72,000 people a night for four nights at the very same place.

Take That who are well known for putting on incredible live shows are still yet to play a full show at Wembley Stadium so it will be an exciting first for both. The band have been big fans of Gary Go now since the middle of last year and the choice to bring him with them in June was a very personal one. They had this to say about the bespectacled west-Londoner: “Gary Go is a rare and talented artist with an amazing voice and inspirational songs. We all just love his passion and enthusiasm”.

Mark Owen also added “I’m absolutely made up that Gary Go is touring with us and delighted to hear that things seem to be going so well for him. Go Gary, Gary Go he really is quite… wonderful”. Mark makes reference to Gary Go’s new single ‘Wonderful’ which will be released on Feb 16th.

Gary Go Tour Dates:
With The Script

11 February 09 Wolverhampton Civic Hall
12 February 09 London Roundhouse
13 February 09 London Roundhouse

‘Wonderful’ Single Launch Party
17 February 09 London Luminaire

With Take That
5/6 June 09 Sunderland Stadium of Light
8/9/10 June 09 Coventry Ricoh Arena
16/17 June 09 Cardiff Millenium Stadium
19/20/21 June 09 Glasgow Hampden Park
23/24/26/27/28 June 09 Manchester Old Trafford Cricket Ground
1/3/4/5 July 09 London Wembley Stadium


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