By The Keith Duffy Experience Team, Oct 7 2014 4:39PM
Boyzone's new album 'Dublin to Detroit', which sees the band put their own spin on 11 motown classics; is out on 24th November.
The tracklisting is as follows;
1. ‘What Becomes of the Broken Hearted’ – originally by Jimmy Ruffin
2. ‘Tracks of My Tears’ – originally by Smokey Robinson and The Miracles
3. ‘You Can’t Hurry Love’ – originally by The Supremes
4. ‘This Old Heart of Mine’ – originally by The Isley Brothers
5. ‘Just My Imagination’ – originally by The Temptations
6. ‘Higher and Higher’ – originally by Jackie Wilson
7. ‘I’m Doin’ Fine Now’ – originally by New York City
8. ‘Reach Out (I’ll Be There)’ – originally by The Four Tops
9. ‘The Tears of a Clown’ – originally by Smokey Robinson and The Miracles
10. ‘Wherever I Lay My Hat’ – originally by Marvin Gaye
11. ‘What Christmas Means To Me’ – originally by Stevie Wonder
You can pre-order the album now at amazon.co.uk
By The Keith Duffy Experience Team, Oct 6 2014 6:00PM
Keith's 40th Birthday took place on Saturday (4th October) at the exclusive Number 10 venue on Ormond Quay in Dublin. Here's a few pictures of the birthday boy arriving with his family..
By The Keith Duffy Experience Team, Sep 30 2014 12:19PM
Keith was on ITV's Lorraine programme this morning talking about his guest role in the comedy series 'Job Lot,' as well as Boyzone's forthcoming Motown album. You can catch up with that interview on ITV's website here; www.itv.com/lorraine/
Keith's episode of Job Lot goes out tomorrow (which happens to coincide with his 40th birthday!) at 10.00pm on ITV2.
By The Keith Duffy Experience Team, Aug 12 2014 11:00PM
ITV has confirmed more details about The Job Lot's second season – and it includes the casting of Boyzone star Keith Duffy.
The sitcom will begin its second run on ITV2 in the autumn before screening later on the main channel, with Russell Tovey and Sarah Hadland returning as Karl and Trish.
Casualty's Laura Aikman has joined the cast as new Deputy Manager Natalie, while Sophie McShera, Tony Maudsley, Jo Enright, Martin Marquez, Angela Curran and Adeel Akhtar all return.
Among the second season's guest stars are Meera Syal as a CEO of a Midlands hot tub company and Keith Duffy as a telephone engineer with a 'roving eye'.
"It's great to welcome back the brilliantly beleaguered workers and job seekers of the Brownall Job Centre - and this time round with some excellent guest stars, who'll be joining our regular ensemble comedy cast," said Elaine Bedell, ITV's director of comedy & entertainment.
Since 2006, Keith Duffy has built up an acting career, playing roles in shows such as Fair City, Coronation Street and Love/Hate, as well as appearing on stage in the likes of John B Keane's Big Maggie.
By The Keith Duffy Experience Team, Jun 9 2014 10:13AM
Many of you will have seen Keith make his UK stage debut in A HANDFUL OF STARS at Theatre503, the very same production is transferring to the West End for a limited 5 week run starting on 25 June.
As you have been such excellent supporters of the theatre and Keith’s work, Theatre503 wanted to make sure you received an exclusive offer as soon as possible...
For the next 2 days they are holding the very best seats in the house exclusively for Keith fans. When you ring up to buy your tickets (Box Office: 0844 871 7632) use the code ‘STARSFAN’ to gain access to the best seats in the house! Hurry, they will be released back to the public in just 2 days time!
The theatre would love your support in sharing this wonderful news with your fellow fans. You can tweet @Theatre503 using #stars503 as well to help spread the word.
They thank you for all your kind words and thoughts about the production so far and we look forward to seeing you in the West End!
By The Keith Duffy Experience Team, Mar 14 2014 5:25PM
Boyzone singer and Coronation Street actor Keith Duffy is to appear in a revival of Billy Roche’s A Handful of Stars at Theatre503 in south London next month.
He will play Irish boxer Stapler in the show, marking his professional stage debut.
Theatre503 artistic director Paul Robinson will direct the production from April 30 to May 24, with press night on May 2.
A Handful of Stars premiered at London’s Bush Theatre in 1988 and was revived at the same venue as part of Roche’s Wexford Trilogy of plays in 1992.
The Theatre503 revival is part of the venue’s series that stages productions of neglected modern classics.
Design is by Signe Beckmann, composition by Simon Slater and lighting by Hartley T A Kemp.
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