Robbie Williams: In Numbers

7 Million Album Sales

That statistic speaks for itself. In a solo career spanning 19 years, Robbie Williams has consistently performed at the pinnacle of British pop. 


18 Brit Awards.

More than any other artist. Robbie Williams is the most successful artist in the history of the Brits. He picked up three in 1999, for Best British Male Solo Artist, Angels won Best British Single and Millennium was awarded Best British Video.

The Best Male award has become customary for him - collecting it in its various forms on four occasions. Angels made multiple appearances too, being labelled the best single of the last 25 years in 2005.

In 2010 he received the Outstanding Contribution to Music award, and was honoured as Brit Icon this winter.


10 number one albums.

And that’s just his studio releases. From debut Life Thru A Lens until this autumn’s The Heavy Entertainment Show, Williams’ releases have consistently charted at the very top, here in the UK. Each of his first five releases have sold in excess of two million copies along the way.

Not content to succeed solely on his own, he’s gone on to guest with everyone ranging from Tom Jones to Queen, to the Pet Shop Boys to Olly Murs.


One London Show

That’s it. Williams will bring his Heavy Entertainment Show tour finale to London Stadium on 23 June 2017. Limited tickets remain on sale here…