Get­ting out of the boy band ghetto

The Irish Times - Friday - The Ticket - - News -

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

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