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Ronan Keating's Bengaluru Spectacle: A Musical Homecoming and Pledge for Sooner Encore

Guess who just lit up Bengaluru? The one and only Ronan Keating, the Irish sensation, brought down the house with his iconic hits and showered love on the Garden City during his recent concert.

Taking a trip down memory lane, Ronan reminisced about his first visit to India in 1995 when he performed with Boyzone in Bengaluru. The magic of that trip never left him, and he made sure the crowd felt every bit of that nostalgia.


Addressing the audience, the 46-year-old singer expressed his deep affection, saying, “The last time I performed in the city was in 2005. I love you Bengaluru! I’ll make sure to not wait for another 18 years to come back here again.” Now that's a promise we're holding him to!

Ronan didn't just stop at promises; he belted out timeless classics like "When You Say Nothing At All" and "Life is a Rollercoaster," taking everyone on a musical journey. The set list included Boyzone gems like "No Matter What" and "Love Me For a Reason." A touching tribute to late bandmate Stephen Gately with "One More Song" added a heartfelt moment to the night.

Expressing his admiration for Indian talent, Ronan shared, “I’ve been listening to so many artistes from India. There’s so much creativity and talent that I wouldn’t know where to start with the names of people I’d want to work with.” Could we be in for a collaboration soon?

Ronan Keating also opened up about his love for India, especially after a challenging year. He and his wife, Storm Keating, found solace in Ranthambore National Park, describing India as a place of healing and calm.

And let's not forget the shoutout to Indian hospitality! Ronan praised the care and attention to detail, proving that the love for India goes beyond the stage.

Bengaluru, you've been serenaded by a legend. Until next time, Ronan!