Bradley McIntosh

At the age of twenty-one, Bradley auditioned to become a member of the British pop group S Club 7, which wound up being a BRIT Award-winning British pop group created by former Spice Girls manager Simon Fuller. The group rose to fame via their own BBC television show which ran for 4 seasons, in addition to several television specials and a hit movie they also sold a whopping 16 million records worldwide and launched four number one hit singles in the United Kingdom.

Following the group splitting up Bradley laid low for a while recording several demo songs. Finally, in 2006, Bradley was seen supporting the charity Sports Relief by having a boxing match with Jack Osbourne.

In 2017, Bradley joined the MTV show “Totally Boyband” which saw members from popular bands S Club (Bradley Mcintosh), 911 (Jimmy Constable), Steps (Lee Latchford-Evans), Another Level (Dane Bowers), and New Kids on the Block (Danny Wood) get together and form a band and release music.

Prior to the release of the single Lee Latchford-Evans (Steps) left the group due to a rift in the group in the early stages. The debut single “The One” was released in October of 2008 and tanked in the UK Charts coming in at #35.

Following the disbandment of ‘Upper Street’, Bradley began recording and producing under the name Citi Boy. In October of 2008, Bradley formed with former S Club members Jo O’Meara and Paul Cattermole for a mini-S Club trio S Club 3 featuring Jo O’Meara and Tina Barrett.

In 2014, Bradley joined the members of S Club 7 for their first reunion which was kicked off on the 2014 Children In Need Telethon. Following the reunion, Bradley continued touring with Jo and Tina. In 2017, Bradley welcomed his son Kario with longtime partner Kalista.