Monday, 27 December 2010

Ronan Keating - Keating Working With Bacharach

By working with BURT BACHARACH next year (11), the Irish pop star is all set to fulfil a musical dream.

Before heading out on tour with the band,the singer of Boyzone has started to work on his new solo album which he may released in the New Year (11).

To spend three weeks recording with the legendary songwriter/performer, the singer has confirmed that he is leaving for Los Angles

He tells Britain's Sunday Mirror, "2011 is going to be a busy year. I'm in L.A. for three weeks doing a record with Burt, then we have the tour from February. Life is good when you keep busy."

Wednesday, 15 December 2010

Ronan Keating: Wants to paying tribute to his "wonderful wife" Yvonne

Boyzone's member Ronan Keating has spoken to his freshness that return to the track he wants to paying tribute to his "wonderful wife".

Ronan 33 years old, he said that when i appearance to my previous life with his wife Yvonne they are just like to "fresh start". He wants to spent a more time with his wife.

He said: “I’ll be spending Christmas with my family, and I can’t wait. We’re planning to move into our new home this week just in time. We’ve designed and built it ourselves.”

At Battersea Power Station he told guests in South London: “I just want to thank my wonderful wife for being here with me tonight. She means the world to me.”

Monday, 6 December 2010

Boyzone star rescues show

Bandmate and Coronation Street star Keith Duffy of Boyzone had been replaced by heartthrob Shane Lynch at the Sheffield Night of Honour ceremony on Friday.

Keith due to his to soap TV filming commitments not able to attend the award show.

To celebrate the city's unsung heroes and heroines the show honors has handed over to Pal Shane at Sheffield City Hall.

The annual awards, in its eighth year, honours inspiring people who have made a difference to the lives of friends, neighbours, work colleagues and communities.

It is organised by Hope City Enterprise, Sheffield Megacentre's registered charity.

Thursday, 25 November 2010

Boyzone star rescues show

At the Sheffield Night of Honour ceremony on Friday bandmate and Coronation Street star Keith Duffy will be replaced by BOYZONE heartthrob Shane Lynch.

Due to soap TV filming commitments, 36 years old Keith, who was due to present awards, has had to cancel it.

To celebrate the city's unsung heroes and heroines at Sheffield City Hall,Pal Shane, 34, pictured, will now do the honours at the event.

Louise Davies, event director, said: "We had Keith booked for months and I know how disappointed he is that he can't be with us.

"Shane will be made very welcome and he will be inspired by all the winners and nominees.

"I'm sure the event will be a real tear-jerker."

Monday, 15 November 2010

Ronan said sorry for cheating

A public apology has been made by singer Ronan Keating of Boyzone Band to her wife ex wife Yvonne.

Boyzone Ronan Keating, has unveil that he is now desperate to be back in good books of her ex wife Yvonne and thats why he had made a public apology to Yvonne in the sleeve notes his new album.

Keating, 33, cheated on his wife Yvonne with a backing dancer, spared no words to tell her how sorry he was.

“You are the most incredible, inspirational woman I have ever met,” the Sun quoted him as writing. “For the mistakes I have made in my life, I am sorry. Guess you have to go there to come back. It was a dark place and you were the light to bring me back. I love you,” he stated.

The singer had embarked on an affair with Francine Cornell, 26, after they became close during the band’s tour in the summer of 2009.

Friday, 5 November 2010

Boyzone Upcoming Tour In March 2011

Its time for Boyzone fans to cheer up and to purchase the upcoming tour ticket of Boyzone which will going to be held on Thursday, March 17 2011. The Boyzone will play The Royal Theatre.This new tour will see Boyzone hit the west coast of Ireland where they played some of their first live shows. It also gives the boys the chance to celebrate Paddy’s Day in Louis Walsh’s old stomping ground in Castlebar

Boyzone on the great success of their latest number one album, Brother (the sixth album of their 17 year career)the Boyz are extremely excited to finally be looking forward to this new chapter in Boyzone’s ongoing story.

Boyzone promises this tour to be even bigger and better comparing there last tour in in the spring/summer of 2009. This tour will include tracks such as the top 10 single, ‘Gave It All Away’ and fans’ favourite, ‘Love Is A Hurricane’. They will sit alongside classics such as ‘Picture Of You’, ‘Love Me For A Reason’, ‘No Matter What’, as well as a few surprises along the way.

After the success of Brother, 2010 looks set to be a very busy year for the new foursome with more singles to follow and a new tour for the beginning of 2011.

Monday, 4 October 2010

Boyzone's newest member Natalie Imbruglia

Boyzone's newest mmber will become the Natelie Lmbruglia, when she joins to the late Boyzone's member Stephen Gately them in a particular tribute.
In special perfprmance to the Boyzone Natalie will replace band member Keith Duffy on next weekend's episode of The X Factor. Keith make up in to Australia, Stephen died in October 2009.
In Britain's News of the World Keith told, "It is going to be very difficult not going I'll really sad to the pretty boy in anniversary, I'll really miss him"

Sunday, 8 August 2010

In Cheltenham Boyzone dancer picture perfect business

FORMER dancer Chris Dagnall says his business has been given a picture perfect start thanks to a council grant.
With Boyzone the 37 years old swapped touring for his photography studio in Cheltenham.
And even though he set up Revolve Studios at the height of the credit crunch he says the past 12 months have been as successful as he could have imagined.
He was able to start the firm using a £2,500 grant from Cheltenham Borough Council to help pay the bills.
The cash, which amounted to half of the first year's basic rent on his premises in Regents Street, was offered as part of the Business Pride scheme to encourage new firms.
"Without that money we simply wouldn't have survived the first year," said Chris, 37 of Prestbury.
In London he started out as a professional dancer working and later moved into event management, working for a modelling agency.
But it was only last year that he had the brainwave to set up a photographic studio, at the same time which offered clients a makeover.
He ploughed his own money into getting the business off the ground and decided on Cheltenham as the perfect place to target families, hen nights and children's parties.
In August the studios opened with 10 members of staff.
A year later and he has now got bookings into 2011 and employs 16 full time and 10 part time employees. He hopes to expand to Gloucester by Christmas and to Exeter within a year.
He said: "When the recession hit I thought it was the right time for me.
"A lot of the rental costs for premises in Cheltenham dropped and I was able to get a nice deal.
"There's a lot of homegrown talent in Cheltenham when it comes to make up artists, hairdressers and photography. We're helping to keep that talent in the town and stop people leaving for London."
Cheltenham Borough Council no longer offers the grants, which it has replaced with the Kick Start scheme, which offers training to people who set up business after April 1 this year.
Andrew North, chief executive of Cheltenham Borough Council, said: "The Business Pride commercial rental scheme was a fantastic idea from our economic development team and I am delighted to see it making such a positive impact upon the local community. This initiative again highlights Cheltenham Borough Council's commitment to helping fledgling businesses to grow and realise their potential during difficult circumstances.
"With the support that has been and continues to be available, Cheltenham has the established track record as being the place to come and start your enterprise."

Tuesday, 27 July 2010

Boyzone to release new album 'next year'

Boyzone have revealed plans to release next year a new album.
The band, who were said to have shelved plans to release this year a new record after reports of Ronan Keating's alleged affair, admitted that they have yet to start recording the LP. Shane Lynch told the Daily Star: "We’re likely going to get in the studio to make another album next year, after the tour. This is what we love to do."Discussing news of Robbie Williams's plans to rejoin Take That, Keith Duffy said: "I remember what it was like when we got back together so it’s great to look."Life is short and the older you get you realise that life is for living, for being nice and loving people. When you get old friends back, it’s great. "Boyzone's last album Brother topped the UK album chart earlier this year.

Sunday, 25 July 2010


BOYZONE to work on new album to bounce back from 33 year old Ronan Keating’s cheating scandal.
Shane Lynch, 34, told me: “In the studio we’re likely going to get to make another album next year, after the tour. This is what we love to do.”
And the lads are feeling inspired after seeing Robbie Williams, 36, Take That rejion.
Keith Duffy, 35, added: “I remember what it was like when we got back together so it’s great to look.
“Life is short and the older you get you realise that life is for living, for being nice and loving people. When you get old friends back, it’s great.” Aw…

Wednesday, 21 July 2010

Boyzone: Boyzone Keith Duffy wants to be X Factor Judge

It seems being an X Factor Judge is on everyone’s list of things to become after lots of celebrities were falling over themselves to replace Cheryl Cole for This years X Factor. Now we have Boyzone Keith Duffy who has said he would love to become an X Factor judge but not to replace Cheryl Cole, the singer and Coronation Street actor would love to become a judge on the Australian version of X Factor.
Fellow band member Ronan Keating is already a judge on the Australian X Factor and now Keith Duffy would like to follow in his footsteps.
"Listen, if anybody ever wanted to pay me a lump of money to go to Australia I'd be there. Of course I'd be interested. It's a great gig he's after getting out there. "It's a huge show, it's the biggest production that's ever been put together for a show in Australia. It's going be massive. "People must remember that Ro's been in the music business since '93. We all had six or seven years out, but Ro went off and did other things in the music business. A change is as good as a rest they say, so I think he will actually enjoy it."

Friday, 9 July 2010

'fought with Boyzone' Lee Ryan song

With Boyzone Lee Ryan has revealed that he fought after they both wanted to record the same song.The 'Secret Love' singer said that both he and Ronan Keating wanted the track 'I Am Who I Am', which Ryan releases this week. He told the Daily Star: "I love the track because it’s so honest and heartfelt. We both actually wanted the song and the battle made my life very difficult. Ronan proved to be a pain in the arse."Discussing the imminent Blue reunion, he said: "I’ve already written four songs. We’re waiting for the deal to be wrapped up, then we’ll be in the studio. They’re going to be shocked when we come back."Ryan also rubbished any comparisons to recent pop group JLS, saying: "I think we’re very different to JLS as we’re soulful and our voices have a lot more depth."

Tuesday, 6 April 2010

Boyzone Tour without Stephen.

Boyzone are to play 12 UK shows next year - their first tour since the death of band member Stephen Gately. Boyzone have announced their first tour since the death of Stephen Gately.

The group - who were left stunned when their 33-year-old bandmate died last October - are to play 12 UK concerts early next year in support of their current album 'Brother', despite previously admitting they were unsure if they could play again without Stephen.

Singer Ronan Keating said: "There was a time when the lads and I didn't know whether we would ever get back up on stage together again.

"We just didn't know whether we could do it as a four-piece. We played three tracks live at the Royal Albert Hall a couple of weeks ago and the reception was just unbelievable. We all came off stage buzzing, knowing that we had the full support of the fans, and it all just suddenly felt so right. We can't wait to get back on the road together."

The tour starts on February 21, 2011, at the Liverpool Echo Arena, taking in a further 11 cities, including two dates in London.

Boyzone's 'Brother' tour dates:

February 21, 2011 - Liverpool Echo Arena

February 22, 2011 - Cardiff CIA

February 26, 2011 - London Barclaycard Wembley Arena

February 27, 2011 - Sheffield Arena

March 1, 2011 - Newcastle Metro Radio Arena

March 2, 2011 - Birmingham LG Arena

March 3, 2011 - Nottingham Trent FM Arena

March 5, 2011 - Manchester MEN Arena

March 6, 2011 - Brighton Centre

March 8, 2011 - London O2 Arena

March 10, 2011 - Aberdeen ECC

March 12, 2011 - Glasgow SECC

Monday, 22 March 2010

Boyzone Tickets are on sale now for 2011 UK Tour

Boyzone are on the comeback trail and have announced a massive tour for 2010- their first for eight years. The Irish man band Boyzone who let's be honest were pretty awful first time round reformed and are performing on Children In Need. Smelling the money and inspired by Take That and the Spice Girls sell out gigs the five-some have sadly decided to do a full tour.
21/2/2011 - Boyzone Echo Arena Tickets - Liverpool, United Kingdom
22/2/2011 - Boyzone Cardiff International Arena (CIA) Tickets - Cardiff, United Kingdom
26/2/2011 - Boyzone Wembley Arena Tickets - London, United Kingdom
27/2/2011 - Boyzone Sheffield Arena Tickets - Sheffield, United Kingdom
1/3/2011 - Boyzone Metro Radio Arena Tickets - Newcastle, United Kingdom
2/3/2011 - Boyzone LG Arena Tickets - Birmingham, United Kingdom
3/3/2011 - Boyzone Trent FM Arena Tickets - Nottingham, United Kingdom
5/3/2011 - Boyzone MEN Arena Tickets - Manchester, United Kingdom
6/3/2011 - Boyzone Brighton Centre Tickets - Brighton, United Kingdom
8/3/2011 - Boyzone O2 Arena Tickets - London, United Kingdom
10/3/2011 - Boyzone Aberdeen Exhibition & Conference Centre ( AECC ) Tickets - Aberdeen, United Kingdom
10/3/2011 - Boyzone The Scottish Exhibition and Conference Center (SECC) Tickets - Glasgow, United Kingdom
All Boyzone Tickets are available on Gigsport

Tuesday, 16 March 2010

Boyzone after Stephen Gately

A year before his shock death, Stephen Gately recorded the haunting opening line to Boyzone's new album, Brother: "I will learn to live before I die".
The album, released around the world today, has already raced to No 1 on the British albums chart.
It's a spot reached by all but one of the veteran boy band's previous albums, showing that despite splitting up in 2000 and reuniting in 2007, and outgrowing their band name, Boyzone's fans have remained loyal.
The group, a four-piece since Gately's death from natural causes in October, plan to see how fans respond to Brother before making plans for the future, Ronan Keating says.
Keating will sing alongside Mikey Graham, Shane Lynch and Keith Duffy, in a lineup that told OK! Magazine they were on the brink of a split following the death of Gately.
"We'll see what happens, see how we feel on the road out there without him," Keating says.
"It's hard, we don't know what it's going to be like to perform until we perform.
"We've never performed as a four-piece, we still haven't yet. We've been in the studio but that's a little easier to deal with. Actually going out on stage as a four-piece will be very strange."
Gately's death is "the hardest thing I've ever known", Keating says.

Tuesday, 2 February 2010

New Boyzone album is "tribute to Gately"

Boyzone star Keith Duffy has declared the group's new record a "tribute" to late member Stephen Gately.

The Irish boyband release Brothers, their first collection of entirely new songs since 1998, on March 8.

"It's all completely original material. There are no covers on it and there's not really any ballads on it either," he told Digital Spy. "It's a whole new sound and it's a whole new dynamic for Boyzone."

Duffy, who reprises his role as chef Ciaran McCarthy on Coronation Street next week, also revealed that Gately was heavily involved in shaping the album's direction.
"Stephen was a big part of picking the tunes that are on the album. I think Stephen would really want us to continue and to release the songs and the album," he said.

However, Duffy also admitted that the group have yet to make any long-term plans.
"I don't know what's going to happen after the album," he said. "Whether we tour again and whether we perform together again, I really don't know. For now we're going to release this album as a tribute to Stephen.

"I'm on Corrie for six months as well so I'm not going to be available for any kind of promotion. I'm just going to let the album work itself - if it's a hit, it's a hit, and if it isn't, it isn't."