Take That; the original and best British boy band. Their records sold millions, and they sold out arenas in less time than it took to play one of their singles. Gary Barlow was the band’s secret weapon; their gifted, down-to-earth front man who not only wrote most of their greatest hits - ‘Back for Good’, ‘Never Forget’, and ‘A Million Love Songs’ - but sang them too. But the band decided to quit at the height of their fame. Here Gary reveals for the first time his inspiring journey of highs and lows; from life on the road with Take That and the truth behind the rumours of their petty feuding to his painfully public fall-out with Robbie, and.the promising start of his solo career which was then plagued by a crisis in confidence.