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Twenty Twenty - T281517139

6 Aug 21Haydock Park Racecourse, Newton-le-Willows :: V1261716489
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8 Jul 21The Sage, Gateshead :: V1744216401
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7 Jul 21Stockton Globe, Stockton-on-Tees :: V01241429374
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6 Jul 21York Barbican Centre, York :: V956
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4 Jul 21Motorpoint Arena Cardiff, Cardiff :: V822
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3 Jul 21Eventim Apollo, West End :: V265
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30 Jun 21City Hall, Sheffield :: V508532552
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29 Jun 21Theatre Royal, Nottingham :: V462
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27 Jun 21Bristol Hippodrome, Bristol :: V856
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26 Jun 21Bournemouth International Centre (BIC), Bournemouth :: V905
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25 Jun 21Symphony Hall, Birmingham :: V148
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24 Jun 21Royal & Derngate, Northampton :: V449
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22 Jun 21Cliffs Pavilion, Southend-on-Sea :: V42
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20 Jun 21Bridgewater Hall, Manchester :: V1208
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19 Jun 21Hull Venue, Hull :: V439467410
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18 Jun 21Liverpool Empire Theatre, Liverpool :: V534
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16 Jun 21ICC Belfast, Belfast :: V1053
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15 Jun 21Vicar Street, Dublin :: V802412034
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Performer Metaxas.
30 Mar 18Ricoh Arena, Coventry :: V0487589413
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2 Oct 16Brighton Centre, Brighton :: V01209127723
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1 Oct 16Bournemouth International Centre (BIC), Bournemouth :: V905
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30 Sep 16Princess Theatre, Torquay :: V900
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29 Sep 16Eventim Apollo, West End :: V265
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26 Sep 16Symphony Hall, Birmingham :: V148
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23 Sep 16O2 Apollo Manchester, Manchester :: V486
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22 Sep 16Theatre Royal, Nottingham :: V462
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21 Sep 16York Barbican Centre, York :: V956
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20 Sep 16City Hall, Sheffield :: V508532552
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18 Sep 16Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre (SECC), Glasgow :: V1986850853
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16 Sep 16P&J Live, Aberdeen :: V0560847296
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14 Sep 16City Hall, Newcastle upon Tyne :: V135348455
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12 Sep 16Bristol Beacon (formerly Colston Hall), Bristol :: V1410
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11 Sep 16Bristol Beacon (formerly Colston Hall), Bristol :: V1410
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10 Sep 16Motorpoint Arena Cardiff, Cardiff :: V822
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9 Sep 16Pavilions, Plymouth :: V896
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6 Sep 16ICC Belfast, Belfast :: V1053
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Fires Live - T0245829305

Fires, Ronan Keating's ninth studio album will once again see him bring a string of great contemporary tunes to his fans. Collaborating with Brian McFadden and acclaimed producers, this new album is due for release in the autumn and will wow audiences when he takes it on tour in 2013. Brian also has a new album due for release called The Irish Connection which is an apt name for this particular tour too.Performer Brian McFadden.
10 Aug 13Audley End, Saffron Walden :: V1190134362
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12 Feb 13ICC Belfast, Belfast :: V1053
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10 Feb 13P&J Live, Aberdeen :: V0560847296
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8 Feb 13Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre (SECC), Glasgow :: V1986850853
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5 Feb 13City Hall, Newcastle upon Tyne :: V135348455
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2 Feb 13O2 Apollo Manchester, Manchester :: V486
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1 Feb 13M&S Bank Arena (formerly Liverpool Echo Arena), Liverpool :: V0979287965
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30 Jan 13Winter Gardens and Opera House Theatre, Blackpool :: V515
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29 Jan 13City Hall, Sheffield :: V508532552
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27 Jan 13Bournemouth International Centre (BIC), Bournemouth :: V905
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26 Jan 13The O2 Arena, Outer London :: V0681788081
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25 Jan 13NEC (National Exhibition Centre), Birmingham :: V149
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22 Jan 13Theatre Royal, Nottingham :: V462
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20 Jan 13Brighton Centre, Brighton :: V01209127723
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19 Jan 13Motorpoint Arena Cardiff, Cardiff :: V822
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16 Jan 13Bristol Beacon (formerly Colston Hall), Bristol :: V1410
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Songs For My Mother - T01096948418

'Songs For My Mother', went to No 1. in the UK and Ireland, and is a beautiful and evocative collection of songs that Ronan remembers his mum listening to throughout his childhood. All of the songs on the album were carefully selected by Ronan and so have a special place in his heart. To date Ronan has released five solo albums, three of which went straight to number one. Ronan is listed in the Guinness Book Of Records for being the only artist ever to have 30 consecutive top 10 singles in the UK chart, having beat the likes of Elvis. With two sell-out world tours under his belt, an Ivor Novello and BMI songwriting awards, an autobiography, a role as ambassador for Christian Aid and sales in excess of 22 million albums across the globe, Ronan’s lengthy and triumphant career shows no signs of slowing down just yet. In 2007 Ronan got back together with his chart-topping band Boyzone. 2008 and 2009 saw the band conquer the charts again and sell-out two arena tours. After the success of these tours, Ronan is looking forward to getting back out onto the road!
22 Mar 10ICC Belfast, Belfast :: V1053
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21 Mar 10Winter Gardens and Opera House Theatre, Blackpool :: V515
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21 Mar 10O2 Academy Bournemouth, Bournemouth :: V1859339324
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20 Mar 10Bournemouth International Centre (BIC), Bournemouth :: V905
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18 Mar 10City Hall, Sheffield :: V508532552
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17 Mar 10Theatre Royal, Nottingham :: V462
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16 Mar 10New Theatre, Oxford :: V802
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13 Mar 10O2 Apollo Manchester, Manchester :: V486
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9 Mar 10 to 10 Mar 10Royal Albert Hall, Inner London :: V221
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7 Mar 10Motorpoint Arena Cardiff, Cardiff :: V822
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6 Mar 10Brighton Centre, Brighton :: V01209127723
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5 Mar 10NEC (National Exhibition Centre), Birmingham :: V149
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2 Mar 10Bristol Beacon (formerly Colston Hall), Bristol :: V1410
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28 Feb 10Liverpool Empire Theatre, Liverpool :: V534
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26 Feb 10 to 27 Feb 10City Hall, Newcastle upon Tyne :: V135348455
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24 Feb 10P&J Live, Aberdeen :: V0560847296
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23 Feb 10Usher Hall, Edinburgh :: V0738357779
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19 Feb 10Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre (SECC), Glasgow :: V1986850853
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21 Jun 07Stanmer Park, Brighton :: V1842038072
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12 Aug 06Kenwood Lakeside, Inner London :: V398746117
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Turn It On 2004 - T01817729727

23 Dec 04Motorpoint Arena Nottingham, Nottingham :: V0543542209
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22 Dec 04Wembley, Outer London :: V359
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19 Dec 04AO Arena (formerly Manchester Arena), Manchester :: V209071540
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17 Dec 04NEC (National Exhibition Centre), Birmingham :: V149
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16 Dec 04FlyDSA Arena (formerly Sheffield Motorpoint Arena), Sheffield :: V786897666
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14 Dec 04 to 15 Dec 04Motorpoint Arena Cardiff, Cardiff :: V822
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12 Dec 04Utilita Arena (previously Metro Radio Arena), Newcastle upon Tyne :: V2058343945
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10 Dec 04 to 11 Dec 04Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre (SECC), Glasgow :: V1986850853
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Destination '03 - We've Got Tonight - T1424347463

22 Apr 03Motorpoint Arena Cardiff, Cardiff :: V822
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22 Apr 03 to 23 Apr 03Motorpoint Arena Cardiff, Cardiff :: V822
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21 Apr 03Utilita Arena (previously Metro Radio Arena), Newcastle upon Tyne :: V2058343945
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19 Apr 03AO Arena (formerly Manchester Arena), Manchester :: V209071540
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17 Apr 03 to 18 Apr 03Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre (SECC), Glasgow :: V1986850853
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15 Apr 03Motorpoint Arena Nottingham, Nottingham :: V0543542209
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14 Apr 03FlyDSA Arena (formerly Sheffield Motorpoint Arena), Sheffield :: V786897666
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12 Apr 03Wembley, Outer London :: V359
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9 Apr 03 to 10 Apr 03NEC (National Exhibition Centre), Birmingham :: V149
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Destination 02 - T1537311382

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.
2 Jul 02Utilita Arena (previously Metro Radio Arena), Newcastle upon Tyne :: V2058343945
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29 Jun 02AO Arena (formerly Manchester Arena), Manchester :: V209071540
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28 Jun 02Motorpoint Arena Nottingham, Nottingham :: V0543542209
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20 Jun 02 to 21 Jun 02Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre (SECC), Glasgow :: V1986850853
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18 Jun 02Utilita Arena (previously Metro Radio Arena), Newcastle upon Tyne :: V2058343945
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17 Jun 02FlyDSA Arena (formerly Sheffield Motorpoint Arena), Sheffield :: V786897666
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16 Jun 02Motorpoint Arena Cardiff, Cardiff :: V822
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13 Jun 02 to 14 Jun 02Wembley, Outer London :: V359
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10 Jun 02 to 11 Jun 02NEC (National Exhibition Centre), Birmingham :: V149
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8 Jun 02Motorpoint Arena Cardiff, Cardiff :: V822
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Part II - T1831376457

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.
25 May 01 to 26 May 01AO Arena (formerly Manchester Arena), Manchester :: V209071540
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22 May 01 to 24 May 01Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre (SECC), Glasgow :: V1986850853
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19 May 01 to 20 May 01Utilita Arena (previously Metro Radio Arena), Newcastle upon Tyne :: V2058343945
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17 May 01 to 18 May 01NEC (National Exhibition Centre), Birmingham :: V149
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14 May 01 to 15 May 01Motorpoint Arena Nottingham, Nottingham :: V0543542209
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11 May 01 to 13 May 01Wembley, Outer London :: V359
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8 May 01 to 9 May 01Motorpoint Arena Cardiff, Cardiff :: V822
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5 May 01 to 6 May 01FlyDSA Arena (formerly Sheffield Motorpoint Arena), Sheffield :: V786897666
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T01151964391

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.
21 Nov 00 to 22 Nov 00O2 Apollo Manchester, Manchester :: V486
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7 Nov 00Bournemouth International Centre (BIC), Bournemouth :: V905
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3 Nov 00O2 Apollo Manchester, Manchester :: V486
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29 Oct 00De Montfort Hall, Leicester :: V430
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T1062377524

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.
10 Nov 00 to 11 Nov 00Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre (SECC), Glasgow :: V1986850853
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Other listings

4 Aug 19Castle Howard, York :: V01751353307
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20 Dec 04The SSE Arena (Previously known as the Odyssey Arena), Belfast :: V01071786746
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23 Jun 02The Point, Dublin :: V896631519
listing details L90422194
5 Nov 00New Theatre, Oxford :: V802
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30 Oct 00 to 31 Oct 00Royal Albert Hall, Inner London :: V221
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25 Oct 00Theatre Royal, Nottingham :: V462
listing details L0849269654

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