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.