Lee is joining forces with 90s pop legends in UK boy band reunion tour.

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The 35 date tour will run from February 14- March 27.

An evening of iconic pop tracks is promised for guests of a 90s boy band reunion next spring. 

Music legends 5IVE, AI, Damage and 911 will take to the stage as part of a special UK tour from February 14- March 27. 

The Boys are Back tour- featuring original line-ups and party classics- will transport 90s kids back to their youth with tracks such as Bodyshakin and Moving On by 911. 

Lee Brennan, lead vocalist for the pop group said: “The tour is a great opportunity for fans of the music to come together and revisit some of their favourite 90s songs.

“All of the bands know each other and have worked together before so the performance will be an authentic and nostalgic reminder of the era.”

The three-piece band- made up of Lee Brennan,  Jimmy Constable and Simon “Spike” Dawbarn – has made several appearances in the UK top 10 charts and sold millions of records worldwide. 


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Lee said: “The journey has been amazing. The band formed off the back of Jimmy and Simon’s appearance on ITV dance show The Hit Man and Her and I joined as lead vocalist soon after.”

He added: “Aside from my time in 911 I have taken on numerous musical theatre gigs including the 80-date UK tour of Footloose in 2016. I also run my own entertainment company based in Carlisle.”

Following their split in 2000, 911 reunited for numerous causes including an appearance on ITV2’s documentary series The Big Reunion, a 2014 nationwide tour, and concert in Malaysia during June 2019. 

And the band’s upcoming tour will span 35 days and take them to venues across the UK. 

Joining them will also be boyband 5ive- featuring Ritchie Neville, Sean Conlon and Scott Robinson- who also reformed for ITV’s The Big Reunion in 2013 and have since sold out their own headline tour.

5ive

Brit award winning band A1 will also join the tour. The British-Norwegian group- made up of Ben Adams, Paul Marazzi, Mark Read and Christian Ingebrigtsen- made headway in the UK in 1999 and went on to achieve notable success throughout Europe and Asia. 

A1

The fourth band on the line-up is Damage with their original members Jade Jones, Rahsaan J Bromfield, Andrez Harriott and Noel Simpson. 

The crew has 11 hit singles under their belt and are set to bring their renowned urban flavour to the tour. 

Damage

The Boys are Back tour is being performed at The Hexagon Theatre, Reading on Thursday, March 19 at 7.30pm . The show is suitable for ages 14 upwards. Tickets start £24.50. For more details, or to book, call 0118 960 6060 or log on to www.readingarts.com

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