Ronan Keating is coming to Nottingham Royal Concert Hall on 22nd January.
Fires, Ronan’s ninth studio album, will once again see him bring a string of great contemporary tunes to his fans.
With collaborations with acclaimed producers this new album due for release in the autumn will wow audiences when he takes it on tour in 2013.
In the six years since his last studio album Ronan has not had the chance to rest on his laurels.
He has enjoyed the successes of touring with a reunited Boyzone, taking his first steps as an actor, judging on X Factor in Australia as well as climbing mountains, running marathons and swimming seas.
Born in Dublin in 1977 the youngest of five children, Ronan was only 17 when he won a place in a band being put together by Louis Walsh.
Ronan’s first taste of musical success came in November 1994 when he hit the top three for the very first time with Boyzone’s first hit Love Me For A Reason. Since then he’s not looked back.
In those initial five years as part of one the biggest pop bands ever, he enjoyed success with an incredible 16 top five singles, six of which hit the number one spot.
In August of 1999 he had his first ever solo number one with When You Say Nothing At All from the hit movie Notting Hill.
Then in 2008 Ronan rejoined his band mates, after nearly a decade apart, for a sell-out tour and number one album.
Tickets for the show, with special guest Brian McFadden, are priced at £33.50.
For more information or to book tickets visit www.trch.co.uk or call the Box Office on 0115 989 5555.