Boyzlife – First exclusive appearance in Spain At Joys Live, Puerto Banus
In 2016, Irish boyband stars collaborated to form Boyzlife. Boyzlife brings together members of two of the biggest boybands in history, Boyzone and Westlife, to perform a whole host of their biggest chart hits. Performing for the first time in Spain, this August at Puerto Banus' famous Joys Live, the super-group will perform their new music and also renditions of Flying Without Wings, No Matter What, I Love The Way You Love Me, Swear It Again, Love Me For A Reason, Mandy, Baby Can I Hold You, Queen Of My Heart, You Needed Me, Unbreakable, Words, Fool Again, How Will I Know, Picture of You and World of Our Own. Great friends for many years, the two have already performed to sold-out performances across the UK.
Free entry: Thursday 29th August 2019, the boys will appear and perform at Joys Live, frontline
Brian McFadden, 39, is a singer, songwriter and television presenter who rose to fame in 1998 as a
member of the Irish boy band Westlife. Westlife sold over 50 million records worldwide,
accumulating 14 number-one singles in the UK. They achieved a total of 26 UK top ten singles over
their 14-year career.
In 2004, McFadden left Westlife and released his debut solo album, Irish Son. He has since released
four studio albums. Brian has written and co-written songs for many international artists and events
including Delta Goodrem and Ronan Keating, Home & Away and 2006 Commonwealth Games theme
songs. He has a strong connection with Australia, including having spent three years as a judge on
Australia's Got Talent. He has also appeared on a number of tv-reality dance programs.
Bryan's romantic life is more complicated, and the Westlife singer has shared relationships with
some high-profile women.
Keith Duffy, 44 is famous as ex-Corrie star Ciaran McCarthy, and singer from nineties boy band
Boyzone, which sold more than 13 million records and had all sixteen of their singles reach the top
five of the UK Singles Chart. Married with two children, Keith played drums from the age of 16.
In the early nineties Louis Walsh spotted Keith in a club and formed Boyzone whom Walsh managed
to international success achieving 16 top three singles, six of which were number ones, as well as
four number one albums, selling more than 20 million copies worldwide.
Keith is a diverse celebrity. From his time as a singer with Boyzone and as an actor on Coronation
Street. He is a patron of Irish Autism Action and has presented a number of television shows. In
2005, Keith made his Irish theatre debut. He has also appeared on well-known British reality shows
and talent programs.
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