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Ronan Keating

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When You Say Nothing At All Ronan Keating 04:18
Lovin' Each Day Ronan Keating 03:32
If Tomorrow Never Comes Ronan Keating 03:36
Time After Time Ronan Keating 04:09
Forever And Ever Amen Ronan Keating, Shania Twain 03:07
I Believe I Can Fly Ronan Keating 04:43
Last Thing On My Mind Ronan Keating, LeAnn Rimes 03:56
What The World Needs Now Ronan Keating, Burt Bacharach 03:27
Life Is A Rollercoaster Ronan Keating 03:56
The Way You Make Me Feel Ronan Keating, Bryan Adams 03:38

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The youngest of five children, Dublin-born Ronan Keating (born March 3, 1977) found his way to pop stardom after seeing an advert for an Irish boy band while working in a shoe store at 14. At the auditions, the young Keating impressed by the panel singing Cat Stevens' Father and Son and joined Boyzone in 1993. After doing the pub and club circuit the group saw huge success releasing album after album, each of which hit the top of the charts, as well as 16 UK Top 3 singles. However, after several years Keating turned to his own projects, including managing Westlife and recording a version of “When You Say Nothing at All” for the film Notting Hill; it topped the UK singles chart and established him as a solo artist. This culminated in his self-titled solo debut, Ronan, released in 2000 which hit Number 1 in the UK album chart and went platinum four times. Keating continued to push out further successful albums including Destination (2001), Turn It On (2003), Bring You Home (2006), Winter Songs (2009) as well as Songs for My Mother (2009) - dedicated to the memory of his late mother. Keating's time has been divided between solo work and being back in Boyzone after the band reunited in 2007 for a tour and new album. In subsequent years, he became one of the judges of reality TV music competition The X Factor and dabbled into Burt Bacharach’s repertoire with When Ronan Met Burt (2011), a collection of covers produced by the legendary American composer. Hailed by critics as a return to form, Fires (2012) managed to peak at Number 5 on the UK Albums Chart after selling 30,000 copies and was followed by Time of My Life (2016). Two decades into his music career, Keating released Twenty Twenty (2020), a country-inspired album featuring duets with Alison Krauss, Shania Twain, and former Take That bandmate Robbie Williams.