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Boyzlife on the golden age of Boy bands, the changing music industry, and finding joy in family

Brace yourselves for a hilarious trip down memory lane this week, as we welcome Irish pop icons Keith Duffy and Brian McFadden - aka Boyzlife!


These two rascals dial in to reminisce about the glory years of their respective boy band behemoths and retell some of the funniest tales from their extensive careers. They also chat about how their families have remained at the very core throughout and how finding joy and comfort at home has sustained them through the very best - and worst - times.


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