Yesterday, the legendary chart-topping British pop icons S Club reunited to release their first piece of music in 20 years – a single, titled ‘These Are The Days’, released in memory of Paul Cattermole, who died earlier this year due to heart failure. Accompanied by a music video which shows the group’s members looking through photographs and memoirs of their history, the song has already achieved great success and acclaim, seen as a perfect tribute to both Cattermole and S Club 7’s legacy.
As the festival season is in full force and England’s weather has finally got a grip, Leyland’s Worden Park transformed into an 80s and 90s music extravaganza. Organised by UK Media and Events on behalf of South Ribble Borough Council, the Music in the Park event returned on Sunday, May 28th, after last year’s successful turnout of more than 3,000 people.
Jo O’Meara, who made her name with S Club 7 before becoming a solo artist, has gathered up her celebrity friends in time for Halloween. The group, calling themselves The Celebs, have taken on the Michael Jackson classic, ‘Thriller’, to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the song’s release, and to raise money for children’s charity, GOSH.