About Boyzone

Managed by pop impresario Louis Walsh (later a judge on X Factor), Boyzone was Ireland's answer to the swell of boy bands that dominated the late-'90s pop scene. Led by heartthrob lead singer Ronan Keating alongside Keith Duffy, Shane Lynch, Stephen Gately, and Mikey Graham, Boyzone had several years' worth of hits including "Key to My Life" and "So Good" before splitting in 2000. Gately made different headlines in 1999 as the first boy band member to come out as gay. Keating went on to a successful solo career in Ireland, while Gately pursued a visible career in musical theater until his sudden death in 2009.

    Dublin, Ireland
  • BORN
    November, 1993