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Miami 7 and L.A. 7 are two iconic TV shows that aired in the early 2000s, starring pop group S Club 7. Both series also aired as on U.S. television as S Club 7 in Miami and S Club 7 in L.A.. And now that S Club 7 has reunited for their Bring It All Back Tour, what better time to see how much they remember the wacky stories they had to play. We divided the boys — Bradley McInthosh, Paul Cattermole, and Jon Lee — into one group. And the girls — Jo O’Meara, Tina Barrett, Hannah Spearritt, and Rachel Stevens — into a second.


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Posted by Catherine on May, 22nd in S Club 7
Sheffield Update


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| 73 | Sheffield 05-21-15 (S Club – Caps/Stage)

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Opening / Bring The House Down
S Club Party
You’re My Number One
Love Ain’t Gonna Wait For You
Two in a Million
Alive
Stronger (Tina solo)
Reach (Acoustic) (Paul solo)
Straight Up (Paula Abdul cover) (Hannah)
Hello Friend (Jo and Jon)
Natural
Have You Ever
You
S Club Medley (Bradley’s DJ Set) Good Times / Friday Night / Dance Dance Dance / Do It Til We Drop / Who Do You Think You Are
Some Girls/Sweet Dreams My LA Ex (Rachel solo)
Viva La Fiesta
Bring It All Back
Uptown Funk (Bruno Mars cover)
Say Goodbye
Reach
Never Had A Dream Come True
Don’t Stop Movin’

ADDED MORE | 107 | Behind the Scenes – Bring It All Back Tour (S Club – Misc)

Posted by Catherine on May, 22nd in #GetWithTheS, S Club 7
Tour Review

There ain’t no party like an S Club party and that certainly seemed to be the case as they brought the house down at Sheffield’s Motorpoint Arena. The final show in their Bring It All Back tour, S Club 7 finished their big reunion with a bang and more than a few tears. A nostalgic showcase of the group’s greatest hits, the audience happily got carried away on the sometimes emotional trip down memory lane. The performance from S Club 7 was spectacular, set against a backdrop of photos and video montages from the good old days. Costume changes, a sparkling set and more special effects than you could shake a stick at ensured the show was a real celebration of S Club 7’s time in the spotlight. Nostalgia is big business nowadays and there’s no doubting that for many bands it is a big fat cheque which lures them back onto the stage rather than a desperate urge to revisit the musical back catalogue. However, in fairness to S Club 7, all seven members seemed to genuinely want to be there and their joy in reliving the past was infectious. And the concert was more than just a rehash of old performances. The songs and dance routines had been updated with an edgier and more urban feel to them. As well as the old favourites, there were a few surprises including a solo acoustic version of Reach by a slightly worse-for-wear Paul Cattermole – as well as the expected all-singing, all-dancing version later in the show – and Bradley McIntosh singing Uptown Funk to rapturous applause. But like all good parties, the smartest guests were those who were fashionably late. The support acts – a cringeworthy DJ playing dance music to make your ears bleed and A J Lehrman, a clean-cut Justin Bieber wannabe who seemed just a little eager to please – went down like a lead balloon. Perhaps they should have tried to reform S Club Juniors instead.
– TheStar

Posted by Catherine on May, 22nd in S Club 7
S Club 7 Mini Mix


Posted by Catherine on May, 22nd in #GetWithTheS, S Club 7
Jon’s Video


Posted by Catherine on May, 21st in Jon, S Club 7
Message From Rachel

Wow… These past few weeks have flown by so quickly.

I can’t believe that tonight will be our last ever show… cue tears!

I wanted to say the biggest thank you to absolutely everyone who has supported us along the way. We have had the most INCREDIBLE love from our fans; words can’t describe how grateful we are for keeping the S Club Party alive, not just while we’ve been on tour, but since S Club began. We’ve had fans fly in from America, Australia, Hong Kong, all over the world and it’s been so memorable for every single one of us because of you and we are all hugely proud that we could share it with you all over again.

There are so many other people I’d like to thank, Tim for helping put this show back on the road, everyone at XIX Entertainment, my Monstas, Teresa our brilliant tour manager and her assistant Jordan, Simon our musical director, Cece our vocal coach, Malin and Amy our fabulous glam squad, Nicola our stylist, Ezra and the fabulous team for our amazing tour costumes (can I take them home with me please?!), Kate for helping us on the road with all of those quick changes(!), all of our fabulous dancers who have whipped us into shape and kept us sane and Beth, our incredible Creative Director and choreographer.

The tour could not have gone ahead without them and the rest of the crew and team who have worked relentlessly from sound guys and stage guys to drivers and catering and of course, not forgetting Simon and Dave on security! To every single person involved a big THANKYOU!

And to my very patient, loving and supportive family who I have missed so much, I have loved our FaceTime chats each day and seeing you at some of the gigs and cannot wait to get back home for cuddles very soon.

The last night of the tour will be such an emotional one for me. I am so lucky to have been able to experience so many different things, doing a job that I love, and being on tour with the whole gang again has been great fun and an opportunity to re-live some very special times in my life.

When I stepped on the bus at the beginning of May, I could never have imagined the kind of response that we’ve had. So thank you all for being there to Bring It All Back with us… Sheffield, let’s make this one the best one yet – who’s with me?

Posted by Catherine on May, 21st in Rachel, S Club 7
Glasgow Update


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| 68 | Glasgow 05-20-15 (S Club – Caps/Stage)

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Opening / Bring The House Down
S Club Party
You’re My Number One
Love Ain’t Gonna Wait For You
Two in a Million
Alive
Stronger (Tina solo)
Reach (Acoustic) (Paul solo)
Straight Up (Paula Abdul cover) (Hannah)
Hello Friend (Jo and Jon)
Natural
Have You Ever
You
S Club Medley (Bradley’s DJ Set) Good Times / Friday Night / Dance Dance Dance / Do It Til We Drop / Who Do You Think You Are
Some Girls/Sweet Dreams My LA Ex (Rachel solo)
Viva La Fiesta
Bring It All Back
Uptown Funk (Bruno Mars cover)
Say Goodbye
Reach
Never Had A Dream Come True
Don’t Stop Movin’

Posted by Catherine on May, 21st in #GetWithTheS, S Club 7
Rachel Interview

RACHEL Stevens is loving every minute of the S Club 7 reunion tour but the singer can’t wait to finish – so she can see her ­daughters again. The former FHM pin-up is mum to Minnie, one, and four-year-old Amelie these days, and admits finding the last few weeks hard without them, and her husband Alex. Rachel and her old bandmates are in Scotland and take to the stage at ­Glasgow’s SSE Hydro tonight for the ­penultimate night of their UK ­comeback tour. She said: “It’s tough to be away from my daughters and husband. “Minnie is only one and it’s so hard not being with her, but I’m very lucky and have brilliant support around me. I have a brilliant au pair who lives with us and my mum is round the corner and chips in to help. Amelie is at nursery all day and it’s just a case of keeping that consistency and balancing everything.”
Rachel, who took part in Strictly Come Dancing in 2008 and returned for last year’s Christmas special before joining the show on tour, has been using Apple’s ­FaceTime to talk to her wee ones while she has been away. She is looking forward to a different kind of reunion when the girls join her for the final night of the tour in London on Saturday. She said: “I am always checking in throughout day, before the show and then we have a little chat before they go to bed and it’s lovely. It’s really special to be able to share this with them. Amelie is coming to London to see me with Alex, even though Minnie is a bit too little and she will be in bed. Amelie saw me on Children in Need and came to Strictly in January. This is her first proper arena big show and she is so excited. She knows all the words to the songs and Alex has been playing the CD in the car whenever we go out. She’s not seen the tour bus yet and someone asked me if I’d get her on stage but I wouldn’t be able to get her off because she’s a little performer. I’d always be so supportive if she wanted to be onstage too and go into this business.”
Rachel is not the only mummy on tour and bandmate Jo O’Meara has already let her son Lenny join in on the activities at earlier dates. Rachel said: “He came down and watched the show in Cardiff last week. It was his seventh birthday, so we had a party and cake and balloons, which was adorable and really special. It was gorgeous.” Despite giving birth to Minnie only a year ago and a stint as a judge on The Voice of Ireland, Rachel reckons she’s in good shape for the tour. She said: “I was really lucky doing the Strictly tour in January because dancing for me is the best exercise ever and always gets me in shape. “It was really great post-Christmas and I’m very fortunate I didn’t put on too much weight having Minnie. It usually takes a good year till your body comes back to you after a baby and I’ve pretty much been dancing since January. I get more of a lie-in being on tour than at home because I’m usually woken by the girls at 6.30am. We do have quite late nights here, though.” She added: “It will be lovely to be home with my family after the tour finishes and we’re going on holiday. It’ll be so lovely to get some sunshine. We had a big build-up to the tour with rehearsals and I was also on The Voice, going back and forth from Ireland every weekend. With the kids it’s been non-stop and I’ve not had a day off for six months. A holiday is very much in order, although I love being so busy.”
Rachel said that while everyone is a little older and wiser this time round, she believes S Club always had a strong work ethic. She said: “It’s all healthy eating on the tour bus these days because when you get older you are more aware of what you are eating. We are really not that rock’n’ roll and have all got sandwiches and ­blueberries on the tour bus. The social networking element has also changed and now when you are up on stage there are thousands of phone cameras in the audience and everyone is filming, so you get an immediate response from fans online. S Club have always been hard workers because we had the TV show as well as doing promo and recording. It always was pretty non-stop, 24 hours a day, so we expect to work hard on a tour like this.” Rachel claims there are no other plans for future S Club 7 projects when the tour finishes, despite it being a success. She said: “I don’t know what’s next. That’s it, really. This tour was all about a greatest hits tour and to celebrate it for fans. We’ve had a brilliant time and who knows? It’s lovely to all come back together.” The band are looking forward to hitting the stage in Scotland, where they have have always enjoyed a great rapport with the audience. She confirmed: “Without sounding corny, Scotland has amazing fans and has always been one of the places we remember going to. The crowds are really loud and up for it. The support has been incredible and the ­feedback so positive.” As the last date looms on the horizon, Rachel confesses that she’s already getting emotional thinking about the final curtain. She said: “I think there will be some tears in Glasgow. We’ve had some already and are a soppy lot – Jo, Hannah and me in particular. We have our moments in the show when we get all sorts of visuals and big screens and when we watched the Say Goodbye video for the first time in soundcheck, Hannah and I had a little tear. There are lots of memories and it’s really special to appreciate it all again 15 years later. When we sing Never Had a Dream Come True it gets emotional too, but Reach and Don’t Stop Movin’ bring it all back. It’s just brilliant as everyone just sings along.”
– DailyRecord.co.uk

Posted by Catherine on May, 20th in Rachel
Leeds Update


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| 43 | Leeds 05-19-15 (S Club – Caps/Stage)

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Opening / Bring The House Down
S Club Party
You’re My Number One
Love Ain’t Gonna Wait For You
Two in a Million / Alive
Stronger (Tina solo)
Reach (Acoustic) (Paul solo)
Straight Up (Paula Abdul cover) (Hannah)
Hello Friend (Jo and Jon) / Natural
Have You Ever / You
S Club Medley (Bradley’s DJ Set) Good Times / Friday Night / Dance Dance Dance / Do It Til We Drop / Who Do You Think You Are
Some Girls/Sweet Dreams My LA Ex (Rachel solo)
Viva La Fiesta
Bring It All Back
Uptown Funk (Bruno Mars cover) / Say Goodbye
Reach
Never Had A Dream Come True
Don’t Stop Movin’

Hello friend… I love this girl xxx

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ADDED MORE | 97 | Behind the Scenes – Bring It All Back Tour (S Club – Misc)

Posted by Catherine on May, 20th in #GetWithTheS, S Club 7
Tour Review

The S Club Party rolled back into town over the weekend as S Club 7 brought their ‘Bring It All Back’ reunion tour to London’s O2 Arena in a blaze of nostalgia-filled glory. It had been nearly 12 years since the seven-piece pop outfit were last on stage altogether, and expectations were mixed following their first performance since reforming on 2014’s Children In Need telethon, which was marred by vocal problems from lead singer Jo O’Meara.
The group kicked things off with album track ‘Bring The House Down’, which soon launched into a rendition of ‘S Club Party’, whipping everyone up into a frenzy as Tina did her thing and Paul got down on the floor – or at least tried to, bless him. They then took fans on a whistle-stop tour of their delightfully bubblegum back-catalogue, including hits such as ‘You’re My Number One’, ‘Alive’, ‘Natural’ and ‘You’. However, a lull in proceedings followed as each member was given the chance to shine with a solo number.As Tina Barrett showcased her little-heard vocals on ‘Sunshine’ album track ‘Stronger’, Hannah Spearritt covered Paula Abdul’s 1988 hit ‘Straight Up’ and Paul Cattermole played an acoustic version of ‘Reach’ on the guitar, it all felt like a way of legitimising Rachel Stevens being able to perform her solo hits ‘Some Girls’ and ‘Sweet Dreams My LA Ex’. Either way, the crowd were delighted to see the former ‘Strictly Come Dancing’ star up doing what she does best once again, and yes, we’d certainly pay cold hard cash to see Rachel on her own arena tour.
There was plenty of sing-along moments as S Club resurrected their iconic dance routines for ‘Reach’ and ‘Bring It All Back’, while the camera phone lights came out in force for mushy numbers ‘Have You Ever’ and ‘Say Goodbye’. But an unexpected highlight of the night came when the group brought things bang up to date with a cover of Mark Ronson’s ‘Uptown Funk’, which proved to be much better than it sounds written down. The evening’s giddy trip down memory lane drew to a heady climax in the encore, as S Club closed the show with two of their standout hits ‘Never Had A Dream Come True’ and ‘Don’t Stop Moving’, and by now there was not one member of the audience who was not on their feet wishing it was the year 2000 all over again. Looking around it was hard to believe that, when the band called it a day back in 2003, The O2 wasn’t even a gig venue. 12 years later and there the seven-piece were, having sold it out completely – no mean feat given that some of today’s biggest pop acts struggle to achieve the same (we’re looking at you, Lady Gaga). But as ‘The Big Reunion’ proved, while nostalgia is a great way of selling tickets, it’s a different story when it comes to relaunching a pop career off the back of it. Will S Club be the first to buck the trend? We certainly hope so.
– HuffingtonPost.co.uk

Posted by Catherine on May, 19th in S Club 7

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