Dublin, Ireland


  Pop Rock, Teen Pop, Adult Contemporary, Pop

  Years Active

  1993–2000   2007–present




  Official website


Ronan Keating
Stephen Gately
Mikey Graham
Keith Duffy
Shane Lynch

 Former Members

David McKeever








A Different Beat Lyrics


All That I Need Lyrics


All the Time in the World Lyrics
  Baby Can I Hold You   Lyrics
  Coming Home Now Lyrics
  Every Day I Love You Lyrics
  Father and Son Lyrics
  Get Up and Get Over Lyrics
  I'll Never Not Need You Lyrics
  I've Got You   Lyrics
  Isn't It a Wonder Lyrics
  I Love The Way You Love Me Lyrics
  Key to My Life Lyrics
  Let the Message Run Free Lyrics
  Love Me For A Reason Lyrics
  Mystical Experience Lyrics
  No Matter What Lyrics
  Picture of You Lyrics
  So Good Lyrics
  When the Going Gets Tough Lyrics
  Words Lyrics
  You Needed Me Lyrics
  No Matter What with Pavarotti  


Ronan Keating

  If Tomorrow Never Comes Lyrics
  I Love It When We Do What We Do Lyrics
  Life Is A Rollercoaster Lyrics
  This Is Your Song Lyrics
  When You Say Nothing At All Lyrics
  The Way You Make Me Feel with Bryan Adams Lyrics


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Boyzone is an Irish boy band who had popular mainstream success during the 1990s. They were most successful in the Republic of Ireland, Australia, Asia and the UK and they also had differing levels of success in parts of Central Europe.

The band have released six #1 UK hit singles and four #1 albums, with sales approaching 20 million records as of 2008. They made a comeback in 2007, originally with the intention of just touring but Ronan Keating confirmed in an interview that they wanted to "outdo Take That" in terms of a successful reunion.

 Boyzone was formed in 1993 through an advertisement calling for auditions to form a new all-male 'boy band' vocal group: 'the Irish Take That', by Louis Walsh who is also known for managing Johnny Logan and Westlife.

With some of the original members fading away and others being brought into the group, it took some time before Boyzone settled down into its most recognisable five-member line-up of Ronan Keating, Stephen Gately, Mikey Graham, Keith Duffy and Shane Lynch. David McKeever, one of the original band members, left the band citing musical differences with Ronan Keating. They played through 1993 and in the early parts of 1994 all over Northern Ireland, mainly in pubs and clubs, before Polygram signed them up in 1994 and released the cover version of the Four Seasons' hit "Working My Way Back to You", featuring Graham and Gately on lead vocals. It reached No. 3 in the Irish Charts.

The release of their cover version of the classic Osmonds' hit, Love Me for a Reason, broke the British charts. The song hit No. 2 in the UK and was included in their 1995 hit debut album "Said and Done". The album reached the No. 1 spot in Ireland and the UK.

For seven years after their split in 2000 the band members had mixed success in their individual careers. Keating in particular remained a force in the music industry as he continued writing and managing other bands. Ronan Keating has made a career from going solo and has released five albums, also achieving countless hit singles such as "When You Say Nothing at All"

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