British pop trio BBMAK — Mark Barry, Christian Burns, and Stephen McNally — are back together after a 15 year hiatus.
Best known for their hits “Back Here,” “Out of My Heart” and “The Ghost of You and Me,” BBMAK disbanded in 2003 after selling more than three million albums worldwide. They’re now working on a new album that’s due out in 2019, and will follow it with a North American tour in March.
At the moment, though, they have three shows scheduled for the fall: November 13 at New York’s Gramercy Theatre, November 15 at Chicago’s House of Blues Back Room and November 19 at L.A.’s Belasco Theatre. Tickets for those shows go on sale this Friday, August 31.
“Back in the day we were like brothers, and we’re dear friends still to this day because we’ve stayed in touch. We’ve seen some of the other bands come back and having a good time performing, and we missed it,” Christian Burns tells People.
“We had done some songs on our own and we thought, ‘We have some songs here.’ It just felt like the right time to do it.”
He adds, “We’re so excited to get back on stage. We’re a little nervous because it’s been 15 years, but as a whole we’re thrilled and excited to be back. We love hanging out together. We’re excited to see all the old fans again and reconnect, and to perform some new and old songs…it’s going to be a lot of fun!”
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