A personal and raw account of fame, fortune, family and music
"It's a diary of a very modern entertainer and his ever-changing thoughts, the story of somebody who escaped Butlins, and the tale of a pop star trying to find his feet again after coming out of early retirement. It's true, and funny, and occasionally sad, and well-written, and very entertaining. I hope people enjoy it." - Robbie
More than twelve years ago, Robbie Williams and Chris Heath published a ground-breaking memoir, Feel, about Robert P. Williams' rise to fame; a book that was met with worldwide acclaim, from critics and fans alike. Since that time, Robbie has released six solo albums, reunited with his old band Take That and, in the wake of his twelfth UK number-one album, has returned to the stage with a sold-out run at Wembley Stadium. In Reveal, bestselling author Chris Heath has been working closely with Robbie for many years to create a personal and raw account of fame, fortune, family and music; a vivid and detailed story of the real highs and lows as Robbie has found his way forward, that is unprecedented in its intimacy and honesty.
Chris Heath (Author)
Robbie Williams is a singer, songwriter and entertainer. Robbie started out in his teens as a member of the hugely popular Take That, before leaving to launch a solo career, and is now one of the best-selling artists of all time, with more than 75 million records sold. In 2010, he rejoined Take That for a short time to launch a new album, Progress, which became the second fastest-selling album in UK chart history. With a record 18 Brit awards, including the Outstanding Contribution to Music award and a Brit Icon award, Robbie has had a lasting affect on British pop culture, and has been crowned the No. 1 British solo artist of all time.
Chris Heath is a bestselling and award-winning author, writing the Pet Shop Boys' Literally, as well as Robbie Williams's previous biography, Feel. After starting out as contributor to the music magazine Smash Hits, Chris became a writer for Details, Rolling Stone, the Telegraph, the Sunday Times and, most recently, American GQ, interviewing politicians and celebrities to great acclaim. In 2013, he won a National Magazine Award for Reporting.
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