Ronan Keating has revealed that he plans to embark on yet another attempt at a solo career. In the past Keating has completed numerous tours and had sever number on tracks and the artist has now revealed that he will go solo again. Keating continues to be highly popular and it has to emerge whether he will complete a solo tour in the UK or whether he will record new material.
The Irishman is who a former member of Boyzone is very used to selling millions of albums. Keating has revealed that this summer he will travel to New Zealand in order to carry out numerous live performances.
Keating and fellow Irish musician Sharon Corr will play as specials guests at the Wellington TSB Arena on February 2nd and they will also perform at Auckland’s Vector Arena on February 3rd.
Ronan Keating sold more than 22 million records worldwide when he was a member of Boyzone. As well as continuing with his solo career Keating is also currently a judge on the X Factor Australia. Ronan will be accompanied by a seven piece band whilst he is part of the shows.
When playing at the live shows Keating will play off his classic tracks, these include When You Say Nothing At All, Life is a Rollercoaster and It Tomorrow Never Comes. Ronan will also play new material from his latest solo album, When Ronan Met Burt. The individual Burt, is Burt Bacharach the songwriter and composer.
Ronan and Burt have produced numerous popular songs including Walk on By, I Just Don’t Know What to Do With Myself and Arthur’s Theme.