Getting out of the boy band ghetto
Believe it or not, there is musical life after a spell in a boy band.
Mark Sheehan and Danny O’Donoghue are former members of My Town, the Irish boy band who signed a huge record deal in the 1990s and released a debut album co-produced by Teddy Riley, but who failed to set the world alight.
Sheehan and O’Donoghue, along with Glen Power, are now The Script, a band signed to RCA Records who are receiving a lot of attention thanks to their We Cry track, with BBC Radio 1 and music industry magazine Record of the Day tipping the band for bigger things.
The Script are currently touring Britain supporting The Hoosiers.
Nothing like the same old story for The Script