Robbie Williams Launches Radio Show
‘Rudebox Radio’ broadcasts from his LA mansion…
Robbie Williams has launched his own internet radio programme.
In the chat, the judge wished Robbie luck with his new venture and revealed that he regretted not singing lead vocals on the Take That classic Never Forget. Of course, the pair are great friends now but Gary recently revealed how hurt he felt when Rob mocked him in interviews after he quit the group in 1995.
After the recording was put online, Robbie thanked listeners via a blog post. "Just reading your comments now... so very, very happy that you're digging Rudebox Radio," he wrote. "As you can imagine we had a lot of fun recording it.
"Alas it took too long to clear it so I came up with the studio name in your absence. Rudebox Radio now beams across the tinter web from 'Run It Wild', my studio in the house."
The Feel singer also revealed he was hard at work on his next solo album so the second radio show may take some time. "I'm going to get another one together, but I'm chocka block in the studio recording the new album still. So it might have to wait a while," he explained.