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You could almost badge this a nostalgia edition, thanks to Ronan Keating, the Irish singer who became doubly famous beyond his hitmaking band Boyzone with the tune When You Say Nothing At All from the Notting Hill movie. Hugh Grant pursued Julia Roberts on-screen to Keating’s soundtrack; as for Keating’s love life, he later became smitten with an Australian, whom he married. The former X Factor and The Voice judge knows Melbourne well. He speaks candidly ahead of the Melbourne leg of his band’s tour, featuring songs we have been making up and breaking up to for 25 years. ●
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COVER STORY Pop heart-throb Ronan Keating recalls the ’90s, his love of Melbourne and giving thanks.
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hey’ve sung with Pavarotti in Italy, were at the top of the charts with the Spice Girls in the ’90s and now, after 25 years together, Irish boy band Boyzone is calling it a day with a world tour that sees them perform in Australia as a group for the first time in their touring history. “I can’t believe we have never played Australia in all the years we have been doing this,” says Ronan Keating, lead singer of the ’90s boy band that sold more than 25 million albums worldwide and was known for their hits Love Me For a Reason, Words, and Father and Son. “It took us two years to work out what we wanted to do with the band. At the end of the day, we know we’re lucky to have had 25 years in the business – bands like ours don’t make that timespan.”
Keating says a world tour – on their terms – is the ultimate final salute, and a way of thanking fans for the memories. “It’s a bonus to be able to write this final chapter ourselves,” says Keating, who has taken a break from morning breakfast radio in London to tour. Their new album Thank You & Goodnight sees them collaborate with Ed Sheeran ((Because Because)) and Because Gary Barlow ((Love Love)) while paying a special tribute to Love the late band member Stephen Gately through the new track I Can Dream. The song itself was found on an original demo recorded by Gately for his solo album in 2002 and was reworked in an ode to the performer who died of an undiagnosed heart condition in 2009 at the age of 33. “We never thought we’d be as successful as we became, but we kept pushing ourselves time and again,” Keating says. “Whether it was when we had our first No.1 single or No.1 album, we kept moving the goal posts after every achievement. From our first magazine cover to being on Top of the Pops, hosting the MTV Awards and winning many accolades, it was a crazy good time.
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Boyzone’s Keith Duffy, Ronan Keating, Shane Lynch and Mikey Graham on their world tour.
“To be part of a ’90s pop movement with bands like Take That and the Spice Girls has been a great ride for us all.” Keating, who travels to Australia three times a year with his Australian wife Storm (a former producer on the Australian X-Factor he met in 2010 and started dating a year later) and their one-yearold son Cooper, says he’s a big fan of Melbourne.
“I love the people in Melbourne, I have great memories of being at the Melbourne Cup Carnival,” he says. “There’s not many cities around the world that have the cool factor. [In Melbourne] there’s great coffee shops, Michelin star-rated restaurants in alleyways that you didn’t know existed and a real energy and coolness that is unique compared to anywhere else in the world.” His gruelling tour schedule means there’s less chance to party when he’s in town, if merely for the stamina required for each show. “It’s a two-hour show and we play 23 songs. It’s the biggest thing I have ever done and I am singing every single song,” he says. “I take one hour to warm up, and an hour before that I am in lock down on my own. I drink honey, ginger and lemon teas and sip it slowly to get my voice warmed up. “I can’t party after the show. Once I’m off that stage I go straight to bed. If I lose my voice the show doesn’t happen.” But if there’s one thing Keating would change about his past, it would be to chill out a little. “I took myself very seriously in the ’90s,” the 41-year-old recalls. “As a young kid aged 16, I
wanted to be successful. I wanted the band I was in to be successful and I wanted to be seen as someone you could respect. I worked very hard at that, and because of that I didn’t get to enjoy my time as much as I probably should have. I was probably too serious for my own good. “I have learnt to take everything with a pinch of salt, I don’t take myself too seriously any more. I still have an amazing work ethic, that’s something that will never change.” After the tour, Keating will return to London to be with his family. He also has three children with his first wife Yvonne Connolly – Jack, Missy and Ali – who live in Ireland. “I would rather not be on the road, it’s a gruelling life, but it’s what I do,” he says. “But it’s inevitable I’ll be on the road touring for a long time yet. I have just finished working on my next solo album but, in an ideal world, I would love to sit at home with Storm and Cooper. But after this, I’ll be knuckling down with radio work, some acting and TV work. You have to keep it diverse.” ● BOYZONE: THE FAREWELL TOUR \ Playing Margaret Court Arena, Melbourne, April 3 ● ticketek.com.au
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“I feel like I was really the first of my kind, I guess inventing a new celebrity genre. “I love being a pioneer in that area.” The show again has a cult following, and Hilton doesn’t mind watching it back, and loves the fact it is finding a new audience. “It’s such an iconic show, and so timeless,” she says. “Now teenagers and kids are watching the show and posting memes, and it makes me so happy to see that.” Once the show aired around the world, Hilton’s popularity exploded and she famously made a trip to Australia to attend the Melbourne Cup in 2003. Many in the TV industry at the time thought the show and the reality genre was a one-hit wonder; how wrong they were. They also thought Hilton would fade away – a flash in the pan – but the critics didn’t realise she has a phenomenal work ethic and ambition. “I don’t stop, I haven’t been on a vacation for I don’t know how long,” she says. Hilton was recently in Melbourne to launch her latest fragrance Platinum Rush. ●
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ear 12 student Bronte Sherwen and technologies learning leader Dale Hunter have developed an enjoyable working relationship while exploring health and human development and food studies. Dale is in her 11th year at Our Lady of Sion College and oversees the technologies curriculum, which includes food studies, digital technologies and textiles. Dale began teaching Bronte last year and was impressed by the 17-yearold’s enthusiasm to learn.
BRONTE SAYS ... I joined Our Lady of Sion College in year 7 and I’ve had some memorable experiences. In year 9 I loved our City Experience program, when we explored Melbourne, and the following year I did work experience at Melbourne Zoo. I’m interested in animal conservation and I worked with one of the zoo’s animal welfare experts, who was involved in developing a new animal enclosure. This year a highlight is being a Carmel house leader. I remember being in year 7, looking at the Carmel house leaders and wanting to be a captain myself one day. As one of the student leaders now, it’s part of my role to get the whole house involved in events, like the swimming and athletics carnivals. Year 12 is an important year for me, but I’ve picked VCE subjects that I enjoy including health and human development, food studies, further maths, English and PE. I was excited to have Ms Hunter as my health and human eevelopment teacher because she was my older sister’s homeroom teacher a few years ago. My sister said Ms Hunter always helped make a positive start to the day. I knew from my first class with her that I was going to learn a lot. She never just teaches from a textbook but encourages us to discuss issues and ensures everyone has input into class conversations. One thing that stands out for me is that Ms Hunter encourages everyone to try their best and to keep improving. When she returns our marked work, she highlights where we’ve made improvements and how we could do even better next time. Last year, before my year 11 exams, I remember feeling a bit frazzled but any time we did revision with Ms Hunter, I felt more relaxed. I left each class feeling ready for my exams and I
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students, like Bronte, is my absolute passion. I had an inspirational English teacher at high school who based his teaching on building relationships with his students and gaining trust – I work on that same basis. Once the girls trust me, I know they will take risks with their learning, ask questions and get engaged in class activities and that’s how they learn. I met Bronte last year and she immediately struck me as an outgoing, effervescent student. She sat at the front of the class and was very engaged. I felt that I built strong relationships with Bronte and her classmates last year and that continues. We have spent a lot of time discussing topics the girls were interested in and we’ve learned a lot together. Year 12 can become a little stressful and I defuse that by reminding Bronte and my other students how much they’ve improved with their studies. It’s not just about the mark at the end. If the girls focus on improvement that builds their self-confidence and their sense of capability, then they’re ready to move out into the world. ● SARAH MARINOS
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7/195 Whitehorse Rd. Blackburn VIC 3130
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