Robbie Williams snubs his hometown birthday celebrations. The English singer songwriter and a member of the pop group Take That didn’t gave up the chance to return and celebrate. Organizers of the affair said the musician said no because he has vet busy music career. Martin Tisdewell told The Sun newspaper:
”We wrote to Robbie to ask his permission to host these events.
”He said he was delighted but because of his busy tour schedule it is unlikely that he will be back to Stoke this year.”
In celebration for his fortieth birthday on February 13, 2014. locals in Stoke-on-Trent put together a month long events as part of the Robbie Day Festival, which they also rename three streets after his songs.
According to reports in The Sun newspaper, the road names will be Angels Way, Candy Lane and Supreme Street, while bus tours will be organised to travel to landmarks associated with the former Take That singer.
While the local community with be coming together to celebrate the star, one resident struggled to accept he wouldn’t ”have any free time” to come back to his hometown.
”It’s a bit hard to believe that he doesn’t have any free time in 2014 at all.”