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Ronan Keating From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search This article may require cleanup to meet Wikipedia's quality standards. Please improve this article if you can. (November 2007) This biographical article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding reliable references (ideally, using inline citations). Unsourced or poorly sourced contentious material must be removed immediately, especially if potentially libelous or harmful. (December 2008) (Find sources: Ronan Keating – news, books, scholar) Ronan Keating Keating in 2002 Background information Born March 3, 1977 (1977-03-03) (age 32) Dublin, Ireland Genre(s) Pop, ballad, dance pop, folk pop Years active 1993–present Label(s) Polydor (1993–present) Associated acts Boyzone Website RonanKeating.com Ronan Keating (born March 3, 1977) is a pop singer who has had hits with boyband Boyzone and as a solo artist. Contents [hide] 1 Personal life 1.1 Boyzone 1.2 Solo career 1.3 Awards 2 Other work 2.1 Presenting 2.2 Charity work 3 Controversy 3.1 Louis Walsh 3.2 Thom Yorke 4 Discography 4.1 Albums 4.2 Singles 5 References 6 External links  Personal life Ronan Patrick John Keating was born on March 3, 1977 and grew up in both Bayside, Dublin and Swords, Dublin. His mother Marie died on February 2, 1998 from breast cancer; Ronan and his family have since set up a charity "The Marie Keating Foundation" to help find a cure for cancer. Ronan married Irish model Yvonne Connolly (b. 1974) on April 30, 1998 on Nevis Island. They have three children - Jack (born March 15, 1999), Marie, known as Missy, (born February 18, 2001) and Ali (born September 7, 2005).  Boyzone Main article: Boyzone Keating joined the band Boyzone after being spotted by Louis Walsh when he turned 17; and later briefly co-managed fellow Irish boy band Westlife. Although Boyzone never officially disbanded, they had not released a single since 1999 but reformed in 2007. He has continued with his own solo career, clocking up a total of 14 UK top 10 singles as well as four UK Number One albums in addition to nearly two and a half million copies worldwide. Also in October Ronan was entered in the Guinness Book of Records for being the only artist ever to have 30 consecutive top 10 singles in the UK chart. In 2008, Keating rejoined his Boyzone bandmates and completed a 29-date reunion tour. Boyzone released their comeback single on 29 September 2008, Love You Anyway, which was followed by a Greatest Hit album released on 13 October 2008.  Solo career Please help improve this section by expanding it. Further information might be found on the talk page. (December 2008) On June 6, 2006, Keating sang at the World Cup opening party at the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin, Germany in front of an audience of nearly 250,000 people. Also in June 2006, Keating posed naked for Cosmopolitan magazine's 10 Years Of Naked Centrefolds. On May 9, 2007, Ronan Keating became the first international number-one selling foreign artist to perform a concert in the Cambodian capital Phnom Penh. Ronan performed at the Olympic Stadium Indoor Arena. Keating has dueted with Elton John at Madison Garden in New York and has sung for the Pope twice. He performed for Prince Charles at The Prince's Trust 30th Birthday which took place at the Tower of London. He performed on stage for the Swedish Royal family at the Crown Princess Victoria's Birthday Celebrations, and at the Opening Ceremony of 19th European Athletics Championships in Gothenburg. In 2009 Keating co-wrote the song Believe Again (Niels Brinck song) sung by Brinck, that won the Danish national final,Dansk Melodi Grand Prix, and represent Denmark in the Eurovision Song Contest 2009 in May in Moscow where it qualified for the final from the second semi-final and eventually finished in 13th place with 74 points.  Awards Over the years he has won Smash Hits best solo male. He was given a tree in London's Hyde Park for performing for The Prince's Trust. He also has a YouTube-When You Say Nothing At All- Ronan Keating
World Music Award for the best selling Irish artist. In 2003, Keating was named Rear of the Year.  Other work  Presenting On the 3rd May 1997 Keating presented the Eurovision Song Contest along with Carrie Crowley. He presented the MTV Europe Music Awards in 1997 and 1999, and co-presented the MTV Asia Awards in 2002 with Mandy Moore. He has also hosted the Miss World contest. On April 20, 2009 Keating guest co-hosted The Morning Show in Australia alongside Kylie Gillies, while the show's regular male co-host Larry Emdur was on holidays.  Charity work In October 2005, Keating went to Rome where he was appointed as a UN Goodwill Ambassador via the Food and Agricultural Organisation (FAO). This came out of his work started in 2004 with Christian Aid and the Trade Justice Campaign. Keating ran in the London Marathon on 13 April 2008 to raise money for Cancer Research. He ran a personal best time of 3hr 59min. Keating has also walked the length of Ireland twice, each time raising money for the "Marie Keating Foundation" a charity Ronan and his family set up in Ireland which raises the awareness of cancer. They have now linked it to Cancer Research in the UK. Each year they hold Charity Ball's and various other events to raise funds to keep their mobile units on the road. In 2009 Keating climbed Mt Kilimanjaro to raise money for Comic Relief. Joining him on the climb was Gary Barlow, Chris Moyles, Ben Shephard, Cheryl Cole, Kimberley Walsh, Denise Van Outen, Fearne Cotton and Alesha Dixon.  Controversy  Louis Walsh When Keating announced he wanted to take a break from Boyzone Louis Walsh continued to manage his career. Keating achieved a Number 1 hit with Life is a Rollercoaster in 2000 while his album sold 4.4 million copies. Keating and Walsh later agreed to part company and then had a bitter falling out. Walsh told the press: "He (Keating) wasn't the most talented one - he's not a great singer and he's got no personality." Keating later told Closer magazine: "That man absolutely tried to ruin me and if he thinks we can ever hug and make up he can forget it. I haven't heard from him in three years and I wouldn't have a problem if I never saw him again. He's not a nice character."  Thom Yorke Keating has criticised Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke several times in the press throughout late 2008 and early 2009, calling him a "muppet" and an "idiot" following claims that Yorke has been consistently rude to him and members of Boyzone. Keating has openly stated that he would like to toss Yorke off a mountain. Shortly after Keating's remarks, Kanye West and Miley Cyrus also complained about Yorke's alleged rudeness. In response to the accusations, Yorke sarcastically left a blog on Radiohead's official site for those who weren't among "those people I have managed to offend by doing nothing."  Discography For complete discography and chart information see: Ronan Keating discography For Keating's releases with Boyzone, see Boyzone's discography  Albums Year Title Chart positions Sales and Certifications UK GER SUI AUT SE NOR NZ AUS 2000 Ronan Debut solo studio album Released: 31 July 2000 Formats: CD, Cassette 1 2 4 10 3 1 2 3 4x Platinum (1.2 mil.+) (BPI UK/Ire) 3xPlatinum (210,000+) (ARIA Australia) 2002 Destination Second studio album Released: 20 May 2002 Formats: CD, Cassette, SACD 1 1 3 2 5 2 1 3 2x Platinum (600,000+) (BPI UK/Ire) 2x Platinum (140,000+) (ARIA Australia) Platinum (40,000+) (IFPI Switzerland) 2003 Turn It On Third studio album Released: 17 November 2003 Formats: CD, Cassette 21 18 19 45 54 29 - 26 Gold (35,000+) (ARIA Australia) 2004 10 Years of Hits Greatest hits compilation Released: 11 October 2004 Formats: CD, Cassette 1 7 8 13 4 3 4 13 3x Platinum (900,000+) (BPI UK/Ire) Platinum (70,000+) (ARIA Australia) 2006 Bring You Home Fourth studio album Released: 5 June 2006 Formats: CD 3 7 3 10 10 - - 6 Gold (100,000+) (BPI UK). Platinum (70,000+) (ARIA Australia) 2009 Songs for My Mother Fifth studio album Released: 16 March 2009 Formats: CD 1 TBC 13 34 TBC 7 1 1  Singles This is a list of singles which were released by Ronan Keating. Their chart peak positions are shown, along with peak positions from United Kingdom, Ireland, Sweden, Switzerland, Austria, Germany, France, Australia and Norway. Year Single UK IRL SE SUI AUT GER NL FR AU NOR Album 1999 "When You Say Nothing at All" 1 1 2 4 3 6 5 41 3 5 Ronan 2000 "These Days" Now That I Know What I Want "Life is a Rollercoaster" 1 1 2 11 6 10 7 69 6 2 Ronan "The Way You Make Me Feel" 6 65 69 27 2001 "Lovin' Each Day" 2 4 16 26 26 14 23 56 21 Destination 2002 "If Tomorrow Never Comes" 1 3 4 7 1 5 2 9 3 1 "I Love It When We Do" 5 12 49 41 42 56 67 32 "We've Got Tonight" (with Jeanette / Lulu) 4 10 25 25 6 7 11 12 "When You Say Nothing at All" (special version) (feat. Deborah Blando) Vampire Kiss: Soundtrack 2003 "Je T'aime Plus Que Tout" with Cécilia Cara 17 11 Destination "The Long Goodbye" 3 10 70 45 44 74 49 "Lost For Words" 9 49 67 17 Turn It On 2004 "She Believes (In Me)" 2 17 53 - 30 22 48 33 "Last Thing on My Mind" (with LeAnn Rimes) 5 10 44 33 50 86 "I Hope You Dance" 2 4 49 52 84 10 Years of Hits "Father and Son" (with Yusuf Islam) 2 16 37 41 41 27 84 10 2005 "Baby, Can I Hold You?" 42 2006 "All Over Again" (with Kate Rusby / Rita Guerra) 6 11 Bring You Home "Iris" 15 4 10 29 22 24 "This I Promise You" Not chart eligible as it was only released as a download 2009 "Time after Time"1 88 Songs for my Mother "This Is Your Song" Not chart eligible as it was only released as a download 1 Time after Time was released as a download-only on the same day as the album, Songs for my Mother. It may have only been released in the UK.  References ^ Star Trip: Ronan Keating: "Louis Walsh tried to ruin me!" ^ http://www.monstersandcritics.com/people/news/article_1466069.php/Ronan_Keating_blasts_Yorkehttp://www.monstersandcritics.com/people/news/article_1466069.php/Ronan_Keating_blasts_Yorke ^ http://glosslip.com/2009/03/20/radiohead-not-interested-in-chillin-with-miley-cyrus-kanye/ ^ 2001 Certified Awards – Ronan. The BPI. Retrieved July 13, 2006. ^ 2003 Certified Awards – Destination. The BPI. Retrieved July 13, 2006. ^ Accreditations 2003 – Destination. Australian Recording Industry Association. Retrieved July 13, 2006. ^ Awards 2003 – Destination. The Official Swiss Charts and Music Community. Retrieved July 13, 2006. ^ Accreditations 2003 – Turn It On. Australian Recording Industry Association. Retrieved July 13, 2006. ^ 2005 Certified Awards – 10 Years of Hits. The BPI. Retrieved July 13, 2006. ^ Accreditations 2004 – 10 Years of Hits. Australian Recording Industry Association. Retrieved July 13, 2006. ^ 2006 Certified Awards – Bring You Home. The BPI. Retrieved July 13, 2006.  External links Ronan Keating- The Official Britain and Ireland Website Marie Keating Foundation [show]v • d • eRonan Keating Albums Ronan (2000) · Destination (2002) · Turn It On (2003) · 10 Years of Hits (2004) · Bring You Home (2006) · Songs for My Mother (2009) Singles "When You Say Nothing at All" · "Life Is a Rollercoaster" · "The Way You Make Me Feel" · "Lovin' Each Day" · "If Tomorrow Never Comes" · "I Love It When We Do" · "The Long Goodbye" · "Lost for Words" · "She Believes In Me" · "Last Thing on My Mind" · "I Hope You Dance" · "Father and Son" · "All Over Again" · "Iris" · "This I Promise You" Related articles Discography · Boyzone [show]v • d • eBoyzone Ronan Keating • Stephen Gately • Keith Duffy • Shane Lynch • Mikey Graham Studio albums Said and Done • A Different Beat • Where We Belong Compilation albums By Request • Ballads - The Love Song Collection • Key to My Life: Collection • Back Again... No Matter What • B-Sides & Rarities Singles "Love Me for a Reason" • "Key to My Life" • "So Good" • "Father and Son" • "Coming Home Now" • "Words" • "A Different Beat" • "Isn't It a Wonder?" • "Picture of You" • "Baby Can I Hold You/Shooting Star" • "All That I Need" • "No Matter What" • "I Love the Way You Love Me" • "When the Going Gets Tough" • "You Needed Me" • "Everyday I Love You" • "Love You Anyway" • "Better" Discographies Boyzone discography • Ronan Keating discography Related articles Louis Walsh • Universal Records • Category:Boy bands Preceded by Robbie Williams Jenny McCarthy MTV Europe Music Awards host 1997 1999 Succeeded by Jenny McCarthy Wyclef Jean Preceded by Morten Harket & Ingvild Bryn Eurovision Song Contest presenter (with Carrie Crowley) 1997 Succeeded by Terry Wogan & Ulrika Jonsson Retrieved from "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ronan_Keating" Categories: 1977 births | 2000s singers | Living people | Bayside, Dublin | People from County Dublin | Irish male singers | Irish pop singers | Boyzone members | Ivor Novello Award winners | People of the Year Awards winners
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