Robbie Williams announces ‘The Robbie Williams Christmas Party’ to coincide with his first festive album.

Feeling festive on Christmas Top of the Pops.

“I’m beyond excited to announce my first ever Christmas album. I’ve done a lot in my career and releasing this record is another dream come true. Making this album has been so much fun and I can’t wait for you all to hear it.” – Robbie Williams

Robbie’s Christmas Party will take place at The SSE Arena, Wembley on 16th December 2019. Tickets go on general sale on Thursday 7th November at 10am at MetropolisMusic.com.

The former Take That star will release his first ever Christmas album, ‘The Christmas Present’, on Columbia Records on November 22nd. Available in CD -standard and deluxe – vinyl and cassette formats, the double album will feature two discs – ‘Christmas Past’ and ‘Christmas Future’ – both including a brilliant mixture of original songs and special festive covers with some star guest appearances.

‘Christmas Past’ includes the wintry classics ‘Winter Wonderland’ (with backing vocals from the LMA choir), ‘Santa Baby’featuring German singer Helene Fischer, ‘Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!’, a cover of ‘The Christmas Song’ (made famous by the Nat King Cole Trio), Slade’s ‘Merry Xmas Everybody’ featuring Jamie Cullum, and ‘It’s A Wonderful Life’, a duet with Robbie’s father Peter Conway.

‘Christmas Future’, meanwhile, includes the original tracks ‘Time For Change’, ‘Home’, ‘Fairytales’ featuring Rod Stewart and ‘Bad Sharon’ with boxing champ Tyson Fury, plus the covers ‘Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)’ featuring Canadian singer/songwriter Bryan Adams and ‘I Believe In Father Christmas’.

The deluxe CD version of the album features another four bonus tracks including the duet ‘It Takes Two’ with Rod Stewart.

‘The Christmas Present’ is Robbie’s 13th studio album.

Earlier this year, he released ‘Under the Radar Volume 3’ – the latest in his special fan series – and performed an intimate show at the Roundhouse last week as part of the project.

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