Mikey Graham has announced on social media that he is working on an “extremely interesting” documentary about his experience in the music industry.
The former Boyzone member, 49, made the announcement on his Twitter, where he said he was making the documentary about his experience in the music industry, while hinting that he was back ready for live gigs after a private performance for someone ‘who just broke into my world’.
“For a very special occasion, I played a little private gig for someone who just burst into my world,” Mikey tweeted. ‘It was so amazing to be free from all the old shackles and just play my guitar and sing with my soul again.
I got my mind back and I like to play live https://t.co/zlh07Hl7eL I’ll bring it to you guys like a thunderbolt. I have felt this way for almost 30 years and it is all because of a very special person who I will reveal very soon. She is heaven sent. I can not wait !!!
— Mikey Graham / Boyzone (@MRMIKEYGRAHAM) February 3, 2022
“I got my mind back and love playing live again,” he continued. ‘So I’ll bring it to you guys like a thunderbolt. I have felt this way for almost 30 years and it is all because of a very special person who I will reveal very soon. She is heaven sent. I can not wait !!!’.
Along with this news that we may be getting new music from the former boyband member, Mikey also revealed that he’s been working on a new documentary about his experience in the music industry. And while little has been revealed about the nature of the document, Mikey said “the real truth” will be revealed in the documentary.
“I’m also working on an extremely interesting documentary about the music industry and my experience in it,” Mikey tweeted. “So much inside information for you guys to know. The real truth about fame and the liars inside”.
Mikey shot to fame alongside Ronan Keating, Shane Lynch, Keith Duffy and the late Stephen Gately when they formed Boyzone in 1993. After an eight-year breakup in 2000, the group reunited in 2008.
After Stephen’s untimely death at 33, the four remaining members continued touring until their retirement in 2018 after their farewell album “Thank You and Goodbye”.
Elsewhere, Mikey’s former bandmate Ronan Keating said the band should have ended following the death of Stephen Gately.