Boyz II Men are an American R&B group hailing from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Formed way back in 1988 by singers Nathan Morris, Shawn Stockman, Wanya Morris, Michael McCary, and Marc Nelson, the band are recognised one of - if not the - most popular vocal group of all time.
With Nelson leaving before they hit the big time and McCary no longer performing due to health reasons, Boyz II Men now perform as a trio, though they’re best known as a quartet who sold over 34million records worldwide, thanks to their irresistible harmonies and acapella solos.
Among a small group of artists who’ve managed 50+ cumulative weeks at #1 on the Billboard 200, alongside names like Elvis Presley, Mariah Carey, and The Beatles, Boyz II Men would become one of Motown Records’ biggest hits too, thanks to tracks like End of the Road, On Bended Knee, and It’s So Hard to Say Goodbye to Yesterday.
Still recording, releasing, and performing to this day, Boyz II Men released a brand new record, ‘Twenty’ (which arrived 20 years on from their debut ‘Cooleyhighharmony’) in 2011, and then their 11th, ‘Collide’, in September 2014. The boys returned with their latest record, 'Under the Streetlight', in October 2017, which they supported with shows in Australia and New Zealand in 2018 alongside TLC, or headline shows across North America, including one of their Las Vegas residencies.
Back in the UK, Boyz II Men are back in April 2019 with a handful of shows in Birmingham, Manchester and London. Catch them live by checking out the tour dates and concert ticket information below on Stereoboard.
I saw Boyz II Men at Birmingham O2 on the 12th of May and it was the most amazing and emotional concert I've ever been to! I did cry quite a bit as they are just legends! They sang acapella which just raised the roof and of course everyone was singing along me and my friend did meet and greet which was mind blowing I hugged and kissed them all and of course got plenty of pics. No words could describe how fantastic my night was.
I went to see Boyz ll men back in 2010 at the Nottingham Royal Concert Hall and they was just unforgettably amazing. Even though they made me cry cause they asked everybody to get their mobile phones out and light them up and to ring our mums cause they were going to sing to them and they all took a phone off the people on the front row and sang down the phone to the mums. The reason why it made me cry is cause my mum had passed away... They sang all of their songs we all know and love.. I would love to see them again..xx