Interview: Boyzlife2 min read
As part of Irish boyband, Boyzone Keith Duffy notched up an impressive six UK number one singles, five number one albums and worldwide sales of over 25 million records. Fellow Irish crooner, Bryan McFadden was a founding member of the massively successful quintets, Westlife before parting ways with the group in 2004 but before doing so he enjoyed 12 UK and Ireland number ones, four number 1 albums and over 30 million record sales before heading on the solo path.
in 2016 the former boy-band members and long-time friends decided to join forces and create the aptly named, Boyzlife. With the first record showcasing covers from each of the lads former glory as part of hugely successful bands, they are preparing for the release of their first full length record of original material. Singles The One and Burn For You are already hits with fans and are leading the way for new album Old School to drop on May 6th. With a busy schedule of promo to talk about the release filling the boyz calendars, we were lucky to secure some time with Keith and Bryan in London recently to talk about their respective careers and forming Boyzlife as well as what fans might expect with this brand new collection. Here is what they both had to tell us…
Boyzlife’s brand new album, Old School is out May 6.
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