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Berry Samantha E.
Summers Catherine U.
Jackson Frank A.
Aldridge Edwin L.
Kaplan Wallace A.
Jones William O.
Pickett Constance I.
Fuller Thomas U.
Piano sheets artist Westlife
Westlife were an Irish boy band formed in 1998 and disbanded in 2012. Originally signed by Simon Cowell and managed by Louis Walsh, the group's final line-up consisted of Nicky Byrne, Kian Egan, Mark Feehily and Shane Filan. Brian McFadden was a member from 1998 until his departure in 2004.
Westlife sold over 50 million records worldwide, a total that included studio albums, singles, video release, and compilation albums. The group accumulated 14 number-one singles in the United Kingdom (the third-highest in UK history, tying with Cliff Richard and only behind The Beatles and Elvis Presley) and 26 top ten singles over their 14 year career. In the Guinness World Records, they are the top-selling album group of the 21st century in the UK as of 2010. They are also the most frequent act to win The Record of the Year—the only music award in the UK based on public votes—with four awards. In 2012, the Official Charts Company listed Westlife 34th among the biggest-selling singles artists in British music. Despite their European and Asian success, Westlife didn't manage to break the U.S. market, having only one hit single, "Swear It Again", which peaked in 2000.
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