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Stephen Patrick McNally

born on 4/7/1978 in Liverpool, North West England, United Kingdom

Stephen McNally (musician)

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Stephen McNally (musician)

Stephen McNally (born Stephen Patrick McNally, 4 July 1978, Liverpool) is an English singer and songwriter.


McNally was a member of English pop group, BBMak, along with Mark Barry and Christian Burns. Together they sold nearly three million albums worldwide. In the beginning, the band's sound was a mixture of pop-rock, soul and folk music.

In 2003, the members decided to disband the group and pursue solo careers. After resting for a short while, McNally began to write songs about his experiences, passions and where he is in life now.

In 2007, McNally auditioned on the ITV reality show The X Factor, and was passed through to boot camp.

In 2009, McNally became lead singer for the band, 10 Reasons to Live.[1]

Studio Album 'City Life' Released 31/03/2011 - available from




  • Sooner or Later (2000) #38 US (Gold)
  • Sooner or Later (UK re-release) (2001) #16 UK
  • Into Your Head (2002) #25 U.S.

10 Reasons To Live

  • In These Times (Acoustic EP) (2009)
  • City Life (Studio Album) (2011)


  • 1999 - "Back Here" #37 UK
  • 1999 - "Still On Your Side" (Asia release)
  • 2000 - "Back Here" (re-Release) #5 UK, #13 US, #1 US (Adult Contemporary)
  • 2001 - "Still On Your Side" #8 UK, #54 U.S.
  • 2001 - "Ghost of You and Me" #8 US (Adult Contemporary)
  • 2001 - "Love Is Leaving" (Asia only release)
  • 2002 - "Out Of My Heart (Into Your Head)" #56 US, #25 US (Adult Contemporary)
  • 2003 - "Staring Into Space" (Asia only release)


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