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Performance

VenueBournemouth International Centre (BIC)
Other spaces: Windsor Hall, Tregonwell Hall, Purbeck Hall, Solent Hall
TownBournemouth
CountyDorset
From7th November 2000
To7th November 2000
When19:30
What is currently on at Bournemouth International Centre (BIC) (V905)

Ronan Keating

Ronan KeatingT01151964391
Performer Ronan Keating


Archive :: production:T01151964391, concert:S1472093816, venue:V905
Current production:Work

Production details

Ronan Patrick John Keating was born in Dublin in 1977, and he showed musical flair from an early age. It wasn't until 1993 however that Ronan's first step on the path to worldwide fame was taken, when five like-minded boys from Dublin turned up at an audition for what was heralded as "Ireland's answer to Take That". Little did Ronan, Stephen Gately, Mikey Graham, Shane Lynch and Keith Duffy know that they were about to become one of the biggest boybands ever. Six years down the line, they have achieved sixteen Top 3 singles (including six No 1s), four No 1 albums (selling more than 12 million copies worldwide), dozens of sell out UK tours and millions of fans across the globe. Boyzone are undoubtedly Ireland's most successful pop export of all time and have paved the way for other Irish acts such as Westlife (co-managed by Ronan and Boyzone manager Louis Walsh), The Corrs and B*Witched. In the summer of 1999 Ronan released his first solo single, "When You Say Nothing At All", taken from the Brit Award winning "Notting Hill" film soundtrack. The single went straight to No 1 and sold over 500,000 copies. His second single, "Life Is A Rollercoaster", looks set to go the same way, on its release next month; and Ronan's debut solo album, "Ronan", is released on July 31st. Ronan promises to return to the Boyzone fold next year, with a new album and tour, but this year he is concentrating on his solo work, capping off the year with his debut solo tour. Six years down the line, they have achieved sixteen Top 3 singles (including six No 1s), four No 1 albums (selling more than 12 million copies worldwide), dozens of sell out UK tours and millions of fans across the globe. Boyzone are undoubtedly Ireland's most successful pop export of all time and have paved the way for other Irish acts such as Westlife (co-managed by Ronan and Boyzone manager Louis Walsh), The Corrs and B*Witched. In the summer of 1999 Ronan released his first solo single, "When You Say Nothing At All", taken from the Brit Award winning "Notting Hill" film soundtrack. The single went straight to No 1 and sold over 500,000 copies. His second single, "Life Is A Rollercoaster", looks set to go the same way, on its release next month; and Ronan's debut solo album, "Ronan", is released on July 31st. Windsor Hall

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