A few minutes into our interview, Guy Chambers says what we're thinking. "Robbie and me are the complete opposite," observes the songwriter, "in so many ways. But that's why it works so well." He's right, on both counts. Chambers is a dry, thoughtful, 51-year-old Londoner who admits he spends downtime on tour researching local history.
When he hooked up with Robbie Williams in 1997, the man that Noel Gallagher somewhat harshly described as the "fat dancer from Take That" was widely expected to crash and burn. And yet, from that year's Life Thru A Lens on, this apparent mismatch clicked, the pair becoming loyal friends and forming one of modern pop's solid-gold writing partnerships. Let Me Entertain You, Strong, Kids, Feel, Angels... As the millennium turned, Williams/Chambers were quite simply untouchable...Read more about