Bukit Kiara Indoor Arena, Kuala Lumpur,
Jalan Bukit Kiara, Bukit Kiara Ttdi, 60000 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Posted on: May 31st, 2018 9:01 am

Gareth Gates Live in Kuala Lumpur 2004


Gates was born in West Bowling, Bradford to father Paul and mother Wendy Broadbent (née Farry). He has three sisters, Nicola (born 1985), Charlotte (born 1991), and Jessica (born 1993) and grew up with his cousin James (born 1986) who was fostered by the family. His parents regularly foster other children.

Gates and his sisters attended Dixons City Technology College in West Bowling, Bradford where Gates studied art and music at GCSE level.


  • 08th KL, Malaysia – Bukit Kiara Indoor Arena

It’s not actually hard to figure out why. Sure, Haylie Ecker (first violin), Eos Chater (second violin), Tania Davis (viola) and Gay-Yee Westerhoff (cello) are highly photogenic. But as one of them has pointed out, if that’s all that was needed for success, then supermodels would be able to sell records. There’s a deeper reason. It’s because underpinning everything lies individual musical virtuosity and the sharpest of ears for what a global audience wants to hear. bond are entertainers and see no shame in that. They are a genuinely genre-defying act, willing to go beyond category to explore the joy of music regardless of the cultural hamstrings that restrict the creativity of so many classically trained musicians.

By this point, Gates had sold just over three million music singles in the UK, including the second and sixth best selling singles in 2002 (“Unchained Melody”, which sold 1.4 million, and “Anyone of Us (Stupid Mistake)”, which sold 581,000) and the second best selling single in 2003 (“Spirit in the Sky”, 561,000 copies). All three of these singles were listed in the Top 100 singles of the decade (2000–2009) as announced on Radio 1 with Spirit in the Sky at no. 62, Anyone of Us (no. 56), and Unchained Melody (no. 2). The biggest selling single of the decade was, ironically, “Anything is Possible”/”Evergreen” by Will Young, whom Gates had lost the Pop Idol contest to.

In the 2003 film, Seeing Double, alongside pop group S Club, Gates played a clone version of himself. He also promoted AIDS awareness through a charity concert to 50,000 people with MTV in Indonesia.

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