’70s boyband is back: Bay City Rollers Comeback
Published: September 23, 2015
’70s boyband is back: Bay City Rollers Comeback, The internationally-successful Scottish band announced they are reforming as a three-piece during a press conference in Glasgow, Scotland.
Les McKeown, Alan Longmuir and Stuart Wood, three of the original five-piece band, have revealed they are reforming, after separating in 1978 following waning popularity and internal disagreements. The group was hugely successful during the 1970s, both in the UK and US, with over 100 million records sold and a large, loyal fanbase. The period at the peak of their popularity was dubbed “Rollermania”.
The Bay City Rollers also announced that they will be performing a special comeback show in December, when they will reveal their new album.
December 20th at the Glasgow Barrowlands, Tickets on sale Friday 9am (GMT) through @Ticketmaster @TicketmasterUK ?? pic.twitter.com/iomcM4SHdE
– Les McKeown (@LesMcKeownUK) September 22, 2015
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