Robbie Williams & Gary Barlow debut new single at Heroes concert. The concert in aid of the Help for Heroes charity already has some of the biggest names in music and comedy performing for 60,000 fans at Twickenham. And now Robbie Williams and Gary Barlow have confirmed that they will sing together at the event. The pair today revealed their new song, ‘Shame’, that will appear on Robbie’s double disc ‘In & Out of Consciousness’ Greatest Hits album and is due for release on October 4th. Robbie and Gary said, ‘t’s great that people love ‘Shame’ so much and we can’t wait to perform it live for the first time at the Heroes Concert at Twickenham on September 12th. We hope everyone supports Help for Heroes as much as possible ‘ it’s a great bill and we are thrilled to be part of it.’ The cream of the nation’s entertainment industry have signed up for the gig, names as diverse as Jason Manford, Plan B, Jack Dee, The Saturdays, Katherine Jenkins, James Blunt, Alesha Dixon, Enrique Iglesias and the UK’s latest Number 1 boy band The Wanted. Due to phenomenal demand, organisers have acquired special permission for Twickenham Stadium to hold an extra 5,000 fans and troops, taking the concert capacity up to 60,000 for the very first time. The show will be hosted by the best of the UK’s comedy talent – John Bishop, Kevin Bridges, Jack Dee, Rhod Gilbert, Peter Kay, Jason Manford and Michael McIntyre have all pledged their support. All proceeds go straight to Help for Heroes to raise money to help fund further rehabilitation centres around the country. The spectacular event will be broadcast on BBC One and around the world to military bases through British Forces Broadcasting (BFBS).