Thursday, 31 March 2011

Boyzone has established a scholarship for Gately Stephen

Irish pop stars Boyzone has established a scholarship in his late bandmate Gately Stephen memory in a college in Dublin.

The singer, 33, in 2009 to house his Majorca, Spain in collaboration with partner Andrew Cowles was found.

His famous friends now modern music (Bimm) Gately in Dublin city is willing to assist musicians college Brighton Institute has established a memorial fund.

Boyzone star Ronan Keating tells Britain's The Sun, "It is a fantastic way to keep Stephen's memory alive among the next generation of successful Irish musicians."

Tuesday, 22 March 2011

Boyzone perform at Newmarket Nights 2011

Boyzone members Ronan Keating, Shane Lynch, Keith Duffy and Mikey Graham will serenade pop hit with lovers Suffolk such as “Baby, can I hold you’ and ‘No Matter What’, finaly presented on August 5.

Stephen Wallis, Newmarket Racecourses managing director, said he was “delighted” to welcome back the boyband, which last performed at the venue in 2009.

He said: “Ronan Keating has performed 3 times here as a solo artist and Boyzone have performed twice, each time, ticket sales have been fantastic.

“It’s clear to say that Boyzone are a firm favourite with our Newmarket Nights audience and therefore its very fitting they are part of the 25th anniversary line-up.”

Meanwhile, Suffolk Boyzone fan chatter has been getting after the date of the summer before tweeting today about the incident was declared with dozens of excited about.

Tickets cost £21 for the garden enclosure, £37 for the grandstand and paddock and £37 for the premier enclosure.

Wednesday, 9 March 2011

Boyzone paid a tribute to Stephen Gately

Boyzone band paid a touching tribute to Stephen Gately as they brought their 'Brother' tour to at 02 Arena London.

The band members Ronan Keating, Shane Lynch, Mikey Graham and Keith Duffy are admitted they are unsure if they take as a four piece after Stephen on this holiday home in Majorca in 2009, died of natural causes but in the end 'Brother' to make an album and tour Respect of their friends were going to be decided.

Speaking on stage, Ronan told the crowd: "12 months ago we didn't know what the future held for us, we didn't know if we could tour as a four piece. We made this album under unbelievable duress, we laughed, we cried.

I hope you're ok Steo and I hope you're enjoying the music."

Mikey added: "I try not to think too hard about the loss, He's never forgotten. If I could say something about him it's that it's difficult without you."

After then the group performed 'Gave It All Away' as a montage of Stephen performed on big screens behind them.

In the 'Brother' album which songs include who related these songs are 'Til The Sun Goes Down' and 'Ruby' with old favourites 'Picture Of You', 'You Needed Me', 'Love Me For A Reason', ' When The Going Gets Tough' and their first UK number one 'Words'.

As they philosophy in green velvet suits for the encore fans were treated to 'Baby Can I Hold You' before they ended the show with Ronan's solo single 'Life Is A Roller Coaster'.

Tuesday, 1 March 2011

Boyzone tour include past member Stephen Gately

Boyzone boy band in current tour joined his past member Stephen Gately in this summer.

The band left their Brother tour which was take place in Liverpool in February, performance as part of their set for a five-minute documentary Gately.

Member Ronan Keating saying, ‘’ I still see him sitting in the corner, or on the microphone. ‘’

Keith Duffy says, ‘’When you realise he’s not going to walk in – that’s the tough moment’’

Boyzone band are ready to currently tour at the Belfast's Odyssey arena, finish up on 18th March.