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S Club - The Good Times Tour

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S Club 7 were one of the most popular British pop groups of the late '90s and early 2000s. Created by former Spice Girls manager Simon Fuller, the group's seven vocalists -- Tina Barrett, Paul Cattermole, Jon Lee, Bradley McIntosh, Jo O'Meara, Hannah Spearritt, and Rachel Stevens -- were selected out of nearly 10,000 hopefuls. They were introduced in April 1999 through the CBBC television series Miami 7, in which the members starred as an aspiring pop group living in Florida. It became the top-rated U.K. kids' program around the time their debut single and series theme, the Jackson 5-inspired "Bringing It All Back," climbed to the top of the U.K. chart. That October, shortly after the show debuted in the U.S. as S Club 7 in Miami, first album S Club arrived and narrowly missed the top of the U.K. album chart. "S Club Party" and the double A-side "Two in a Million"/"You're My Number One" likewise peaked at number two on the singles chart. In 2000, after the group won Best British Breakthrough Act at the Brit Awards, small-screen work resumed with L.A. 7, aired in the States as S Club in L.A. "Breathe," another retro-styled pop-soul number, served as the series' theme and became S Club 7's third consecutive number two U.K. pop hit. It doubled as the lead single for the more contemporary R&B-flavored 7, released in June 2000. The album was supported with another pair of big hits, "Natural" and "Never Had a Dream Come True." The latter, a charity recording in support of BBC Children in Need, went to number one in the U.K. and number ten in the U.S. It was also used as the theme for S Club 7 Go Wild!, a documentary series for which the group partnered with World Wide Fund for Nature.

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