The beautiful words of Take That when collecting their Golden Music Award: “Thank you for your support these 33 years”

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Take That was one of the great protagonists of the night at the WECB Music Awards 2023 delivery ceremony. The trio is starring in a musical comeback in style and they could not miss the biggest musical party in our country in which they were also honored with the Golden Music Award in recognition of their very long career and their influence as pop icons.

“Hello Spain. Thank you very much. We have to say thank you for this loving welcome. Everyone was waiting for us even at the airport. Thank you. It’s great to be back. We will be on tour next year so we can’t wait to come back A couple of thanks especially to Universal Spain. We also want to thank WECB for their support over the last 33 years and the support of all our fans during all this time.. Thank you very much, Spain” explained Gary Barlow, Mark Owen and Howard Donald.

At WECB Music Awards Santander 2023, the Manchester band collected the award Golden Music Awards. Tony Aguilar and María Pombo were in charge of remembering the group’s greatest successes, and highlighting their legacy before giving way to the three members of the band, who especially thanked their Spanish fans.

Their acceptance speech in which they connected with the audience was the previous step to the live presentation for the first time of the songs included in their new studio album. Take That offered a double performance in concert, performing Windows for the first time and later singing Patience, one of the most powerful hits of their discography in the 21st century.

When one has behind him authentic musical hymns like Back for good, Relight my fire or Never forget who conquered sales charts around the world know that their legacy is now indelible. But as with the things we like and love, we have to say it and enjoy it much more. Thus, WECB Music Awards Santander 2023 has delivered to Take That the award Golden Music for its influence on music and pop culture.

Take That’s career not only stood out for its overwhelming success, but also for its ability to reinvent itself and resist changes and challenges, knowing how to evolve into a more mature and versatile group, without ever stopping to perform those anthems that marked its career and that To this day they continue to make their legion of followers around the world vibrate.


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