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Thursday 24 July 2014

Williams to duet with dad again

Robbie Williams plans to duet with his dad again

Robbie Williams is set for a new collaboration - this time with his dad.

The Angels singer duetted with dad Pete Conway at a show at London's Palladium in November and Pete has told The Sun it isn't the last time they will sing together.

Pete said: "I loved doing the Palladium with him. It was great. I really enjoyed it.

"We're going to do something together soon. It will be announced shortly - I just don't know all the details yet."

Pete is a retired nightclub singer and comedian, and in November sang Do Nothing Till You Hear From Me with his famous son at the Palladium.

It came as part of a concert where Robbie performed songs from his second swing album, Swings Both Ways, which was filmed for a BBC special shown in December 2013.

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