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Customize you home screen with Gary Barlow Widget.About Gary BarlowHe cites watching a performance of "Just Can’t Get Enough" by Depeche Mode on Top of the Pops when he was ten years old as a main influence of his love of music, describing it as ‘mesmerising’. Barlow subsequently asked for a keyboard for Christmas and for the next few years, he spent most of his spare time teaching himself to play his favourite songs.In 1986, when Barlow was fifteen years old, he entered a BBC Pebble Mill at One Christmas song competition with "Let’s Pray For Christmas". After reaching the semi-finals, he was invited to London’s West Heath Studios to record his song. This inspired Barlow to perform on the northern club circuit, singing cover versions and his own songs. Barlow’s first performance was at the Connah’s Quay Labour Club in the late eighties and he was paid £18 per performance on Saturday evenings.In 1989 he appointed Wigan show business agent Barry Woolley to be his manager and recorded a single ("Love Is in the Air") which was never released commercially. Barlow was eventually put in touch with casting agent Nigel Martin-Smith, by renowned celebrity photographer Michael Braham, who took Gary’s first professional head-shots. Nigel is a friend of Michael’s, and introduced Gary to Nigel who was interested in starting a boyband. Martin-Smith decided to use Barlow as the lead-singer after being impressed by his self written material including an early demo tape of Barlow’s "A Million Love Songs" concluding that the band will be built around Barlow’s vocals and songwriting skills.Barlow, who wrote the majority of the group’s songs, is widely recognised as the musical talent behind Take That.[26][27] After selecting Barlow as the group’s lead-singer, Nigel Martin-Smith introduced Howard Donald, Jason Orange, Mark Owen and finally Robbie Williams to the fold. The 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", "It Only Takes a Minute" and "Could It Be Magic".The debut album Take That & Party was released on 17 August 1992. It reached number 2 on the UK Album Chart. The following year saw the release of their second album, Everything Changes based on Barlow’s own material. It went straight in at number 1 in the UK Album Chart and spawned four number 1 singles, as well as "Why Can’t I Wake Up With You" and "Love Ain’t Here Anymore" hitting number 2 and 3 respectively.[28] Barlow received an Ivor Novello Award for Best Contemporary Song in 1994 for the number 1 hit song "Pray" included on the album.[29] In 1994 Barlow alongside Rick Astley did backing vocals for Elton John’s version of Can You Feel the Love Tonight from The Lion King. Their third album Nobody Else, again based on Barlow’s own material, went straight to number 1 and was to be their last studio album of the 90s. The album had three number 1 singles, including Barlow’s "Back for Good" which peaked at number 7 on the US Billboard Hot 100[30] and was brought forward an unprecedented 6 weeks before its official release such was the demand for the single.INSTRUCTIONS:To add a widget, go to widgets menu, choose widget to add widget, hold and drag to empty space.* Legal / Credits: *The Comic book/Comic book name, images, characters, logo and other details are not created by us but by their respective owners.* Advertising *We include a monetization platform to keep this app 100% FREE*Ads Agreement.*Creating an app takes time and money, In order to keep creating great (and free!) apps, we are using a new search service to monetize our apps. With this service we are able to create more great apps for you guys. This option bundles a few search points (icon, bookmark and homepage) for you to use. You can erase these easily and with no effect to our app. Thanks!Ads Opt Out

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