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Mikey Graham claims Ronan Keating doesn't need a Boyzone reunion


Mikey Graham has dashed hopes of a Boyzone reunion.

The 49-year-old singer has claimed bandmate Ronan Keating, 44, “determined” the boy band was no extra in 2019.

Mikey has simply turn into a grandfather for the primary time after his 25-year-old daughter Hannah gave beginning to a bit of woman named Bonnie final month, and when one fan requested if he will probably be “the one grandfather on tour” if the ‘No Matter What’ hitmakers do a thirtieth anniversary tour in 2023, he alleged that it is Ronan who would not need the band to carry out once more.

One fan tweeted: “if boyzone do reform for a thirtieth anniversary tour will you be the one grandfather on tour and congratulations on changing into a grandad (sic),” to which Mikey replied: “Aw thanks a lot. Don’t imply to rain in your parade however Ronan determined boyzone was completed in 2019 so I don’t suppose there will probably be any extra BZ gigs.”

However, Mikey would like to do some reveals along with his bandmates – additionally together with Shane Lynch, 45, and Keith Duffy, 47 – once more.

He concluded: “Sorry people. I’d like to do them. (sic)”

The ‘Love Me For a Reason’ hitmakers known as time on their 25-year profession following a closing tour in 2019.

Ronan – who has had a profitable solo profession with hits together with ‘Life Is A Rollercoaster’ and ‘If Tomorrow Never Comes’ – beforehand dominated out a reunion.

Speaking in 2018, he mentioned: “Boyzone has a Whatsapp group but it surely adjustments, as a result of individuals go away on a regular basis.

“It’s the story of a boyband is not it, individuals go away. Then we begin a brand new one, after which they arrive again, then another person leaves.

“The Boyzone Whatsapp group adjustments month-to-month – the title, the title, the individuals – but it surely exists.

“There’s plans for one more Boyzone Whatsapp group, however no reunion.”

The closest followers will get to a Boyzone reunion is seeing Keith and former Westlife singer Brian McFadden, 41, carry out as BoyzLife.

The duo simply introduced their second album, ‘Old School’, which is launched on May 6.

After releasing covers of hits by their respective boy bands accompanied by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra on their debut studio album ‘Strings Attached’ in 2020, the follow-up is ready to function authentic materials by the pair.

In an announcement, Brian mentioned: “Keith and I grew up within the 80s and 90s, the sound of that period is what made us wish to be musicians within the first place.

“When we first began speaking about making this report as Boyzlife’s first studio album, we naturally talked about these influences lots and have liked bringing these acquainted sounds into our studio periods and onto this report.

“Working with our producer Jackson has been a particularly inventive course of, we went into the studio with lyrics concepts, labored collectively to discover a melodic sound to go along with the lyrics and constructed the songs from there.

“Some issues simply match into place and others get chopped and adjusted till all of us agree we’re heading in the right direction. We are very enthusiastic about this album and might’t anticipate individuals to listen to it.”

Boyzlife will hit the street for the ‘Old School Tour’ later this yr, kicking off in Liverpool on September 26.

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