Thursday, February 3, 2011 3:27am ET by Newsdesk
Gary Barlow's biggest musical barrier is "keeping things fresh"
Singer-songwriter Gary Barlow will be speaking at today's (February 3) BBC Introducing's Musicians Masterclass at Abbey Road Studios.
The Take That star has pre-recorded an interview that will air to aspiring talented musicians later this morning and he has revealed some great advice:
"To me the biggest barrier or the biggest hurdle we've all got to get over as writers is keeping things fresh,"
"I leave, at my mum's house, a midi-keyboard and a set of speakers. I arrive there and set it up in front of a window overlooking a field and I'm in a different situation."
Most of Barlow's words of wisdom will focus on the art of songwriting and he claims a change of scenery is often useful:
"Go on holiday somewhere and take your stuff with you,"
"One of my best tricks is that every now and again I go and see my mum for a few days,"
Watch a recent interview with Gary Barlow and band mate Robbie Williams here:
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