Robbie Williams’ ‘Live In Tallinn’ DVD and Blu-ray release, recorded during the 2013 ‘Take The Crown’ tour on which he thrilled a total of 1.5 million admirers, reasserts his position as the master showman and perhaps the greatest live entertainer of his generation.
• His performance on Independence Day in Estonia for 70,000 adoring fans saw Robbie give a typically blistering performance of the hits and favourites that have helped form the soundtrack of pop music over the last two decades and more. ‘Let Me Entertain You,’ ‘Strong,’ ‘Millennium,’ ‘Feel,’ ‘She’s the One,’ ‘Angels,’ the list is long.
• The new release gives us the perfect opportunity to reminisce about some of Williams’ great performances of the past — and to look at exactly how he has become the stage virtuoso we know and love. It’s a story that begins almost a quarter of a century ago in a club with very few people in it…
Robbie Williams makes his triumphant return in One Night At The Palladium - a spectacular live show which sees him back on the swing stage a full twelve years after his legendary concert at the Royal Albert Hall. This special extended release includes 5 unseen performances and an exclusive behind the scenes documentary. Performing a dazzling collection of swing classics including Puttin’ On The Ritz, Somethin’ Stupid, Mr Bojangles, Ain’t That A Kick In The Head and Mack The Knife. Robbie lifts the Palladium roof with songs from his album Swings Both Ways including Dream A Little Dream, Shine My Shoes, If I Only Had A Brain, Go Gentle and Swing Supreme. Robbie is joined onstage at the iconic venue with a 5 piece rhythm section, 30 piece orchestra and band, a troupe of stunning dancers and special guest performers Lily Allen, Rufus Wainwright, The Muppets and Robbie’s Dad Pete.
Sit next to Grammy winner John Paterno while he explains to you, step-by-step, how he mixed Robbie Williams' hit song: "Don't Stop Talking". Through this amazing 3 hour journey John starts from the foundation of the rhythm section and offers priceless insights on how he recorded the sessions and then he walks you through his choices of plug-ins and analog hardware to process over 60+ tracks.
Robbie Williams performs a tribute to the classic songs of the fifties and the legendary singers, Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis Jnr and Dean Martin, who made them hits. Duets include 'Somethin' Stupid' with Jane Horrocks, and 'It Was a Very Good Year' with a video footage version of Frank Sinatra, among others.