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Ride the Rollercoaster with Ronan
Ronan Keating, the charismatic Irish superstar singer and recent judge and mentor on The Voice, is celebrating the release of his latest album, Time of My Life, with a national tour in October and November. The concert experience will feature Ronan performing his greatest hits following the success of previous sell-out world tours and verbal stoushes with Jessie J.
After debuting as the lead singer of Boyzone in 1994, Ronan quickly developed to become a solo performer, smashing into top spot on the UK music charts with the single "When You Say Nothing At All", featured in the romantic comedy film Notting Hill starring Hugh Grant and Andie MacDowell. Since crooning for those on-screen lovers, he's released 10 albums, performed for the Pope and Prince Charles, collaborated with Burt Bacharach, acted in the Aussie film Goddess, reunited with Boyzone 20 years after their debut, sold over 45 albums throughout his group and solo careers, helped raise millions of pounds for cancer charities with concerts and sporting exhibitions around the world and mentored dozens of young performers in reality TV music competitions. His most popular singles include "Life Is a Rollercoaster", "The Way You Make Me Feel", "Lovin' Each Day", "The Long Goodbye", "Fires" and "Wasted Light".
The special evening concerts begin at Melbourne's Hamer Hall, continuing throughout the country and New Zealand, concluding at Perth's Kings Park. Prices start at $99. To book, click here
Sing along to "Life Is a Rollercoaster":
and ponder the romance of silence with "When You Say Nothing At All":
RONAN KEATING – TIME OF MY LIFE AUSTRALIAN TOUR
Melbourne – 28,29 October 2016. Arts Centre Melbourne - Hamer Hall Melbourne. Adelaide – 30 October 2016. Entertainment Centre Theatre. Sydney – 1, 2 November 2016. State Theatre. Brisbane – 8 November 2016. Queensland Performing Arts Centre. Perth – 12 November 2016. Pioneer Women's Memorial, Kings Park & Botanic Garden.