Robbie Williams dedicates “Angels” to victims of bombing in Manchester
During his concert at Etihad Stadium in Manchester, he wanted to remember the 22 victims of the attack with his song “Angels” however his emotion did not allow him to continue singing.
Until the tears were thronged the British singer Robbie Williams when a moment of their concert dedicated the song “Angels” to the 22 victims who lost the life in the attack of Manchester.
During his concert at Etihad Stadium in Manchester, just a few miles from where Ariana Grande’s recital was and the subsequent suicide bomb blast, he dedicated his hit ballad “Angels” to remember those who lost their lives that day.
“The next song is dedicated to all the people who tragically lost their lives last week here in Manchester,” he announced before the performance.
But halfway through the song, William was dumbfounded by emotion and could not even sing the song, sit on the stage, wipe away tears, and ask people to keep singing.
Visibly excited and asking the audience to accompany him at all times, Robbie gave away what has always been a hymn for millions of people and now, moreover, has a new meaning.
Next, to the artist, the fans lived another moment full of magic and it was clear something: the music will never stop ringing, not even when they want to make us afraid.
Previously Williams paid tribute at the beginning of his “Heavy Entertainment Show” tour, which took place on June 2 at Etihad Stadium in Manchester.
After playing “Angels”, William changed the lyrics of his song “Strong”: “Manchester we’re. We’re strong. We’re strong. We’re still singing our song. Our song. Our song “, when originally the song says: You think that I’m strong you’re wrong You’re wrong I’ll sing my song my song my song.