The Sunday Times No1 bestseller! The biggest pop band in the world celebrate 10 years at the top -- telling their full story in their own words for the very first time. 40 million albums 14 UK number 1 singles 7 UK number 1 albums Westlife have had more number ones than any other artist apart from The Beatles and Elvis and with songs that have become modern classics like Flying without Wings, they have ensured their place in the annals of pop history. Westlife -- Our Story will chart the highs and lows of their phenomenonal career and a unique friendship that has seen them endure as a band for an extraordinary ten years. The book will chronicle the band's story from the grass-roots of Sligo, Ireland to multi-platinum records, celebrity collaborations and chart achievements. But bubbling under this public face is a private and unseen story never before recorded, crammed with candid personal revelations, including of course the departure of Brian McFadden. Westlife have been a staple part of British entertainment for years, yet the public has no idea of the astounding life they have led -- and still live -- behind the headlines and soundbites. Here, for the first time, Westlife will take us into their confidence and reveal their lives and amazing ten year journey as the UK's biggest pop band as never before.
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This title includes six of the best songs from Westlife, arranged for piano, voice and guitar. "6 Of The Best" simply does what it says - six of the best hits from leading artists available in a new and competitively priced format. Westlife have evolved from teen pop to a strong vocal group with a particular emphasis on ballads. Most of the group's hits have been composed by experienced songwriters, most notably Steve Mac and Wayne Hector. On 1st June 2008, Westlife marked their 10th anniversary with a concert in Croke Park, Dublin which saw more than 83,000 fans attending the special occasion.
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Book Description HarperCollins Publishers Ltd, 2008. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 7288131