Take That have given young Wembley solo artist Gary Go the ultimate dream launch to his career by asking him to open all their gigs on their live tour this year.
Gary Go, 24, whose real name is Gary Baker, will play to crowds at Wembley Stadium - just a stone's throw away from where he grew up.
In a recent interview he said: "It is difficult to comprehend I'm going to be playing in front of more than a million people. I grew up near Wembley and now I am actually on the road to Wembley."
Wembley played a big part of Gary's musical upbringing and his first concert, Michael Jackson's History tour, was at the stadium.
On his MySpace page he writes: "Gary Go, that's me! Born and raised in London in the shadow of Wembley Stadium.
"I had an insight into music early because my older cousin was in bands and used to let me sit in his studio while he wrote and recorded songs.
"He used to give me Bowie and Beatles records to listen to."
Wonderful, is the first single from his forthcoming album and it is released on February 16.