Ronan Keating live in New Zealand
He's just turned 25 and he's already sold more than 16 million albums. It's been nine years since Keating first came to fame as part of the Irish equivalent to Take That; Boyzone. Born in 1977, Ronan Keating is now considered by many to be something of an elder statesman of Irish pop.
In August 2000, Keating released his solo self titled debut album - it shot to Number One on the UK album charts, sold 4.5 million copies worldwide and was certified triple platinum here in New Zealand.
Keating's second solo album Destination (co-written and produced by ex-New Radicals Gregg Alexander) is set for release here on June 7 2002. He also makes his way down to New Zealand for the first time ever, playing fully seated shows in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch.
Auckland : Monday, July 15 2002 - North Shore Events Centre
Wellington : Tuesday, July 16 2002 - Queens Wharf Events Centre
Christchurch : Thursday, July 18 2002 - Westpac Trust Centre
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