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Bradley John McIntosh (born 8 August 1981) is a Britishmarker singer, DJ and actor, best known for being part of the band S Club, who had several hits. He has performed in many bands, and has recently been returning to the music industry.


Bradley was born to musical parents, who were members of the band "The Cool Notes". He described himself as a very enthusiastic dancer.

1999-2003: S Club (7)

McIntosh's major breakthrough came in 1999 when he became a member of the successful pop group S Club. The group had 11 top 5 UK singles, of which four were number ones, and they released four albums, which were all awarded Platinum status in the UK. Their biggest hits were Have You Ever, Don't Stop Movin' and Never Had a Dream Come True. The group starred in their own television series, which went on to become very popular. After their debut big- screen adventure film, Seeing Double, the group disbanded in 2003 and went their separate ways after releasing a greatest hits album and single.

2006: Totally Boyband and Celebrity Sport Relief

In 2006 McIntosh starred in an MTV's show, called Totally Boyband. Other people starring were members of disbanded groups. He became part of a boyband, Upper Street]] made up of ex-group members. The groups that each member was from were 911, Steps, Another Level and New Kids on the Block. They released their first (and only) single, "The One", in 2006, but it was a commercial disaster and charted at #35 in the UK Singles Chart. Also in 2006 he took part in Celebrity Sport Relief Boxing against Jack Osbourne.[181173].

=2006-07: DJing and Writing

McIntosh has performed as a DJ since S Club split up, and still continues. He played at a range of clubs and private parties near Essex. He has also performed along with former bandmate Paul Cattermole, and they even performed some renditions of S Club tracks, such as "Reach". After S Club split, McIntosh, when asked what he would like to do, said he wanted to be an author. However, no writing plans emerged. In July 2007, McIntosh wrote a book, called "Bradley's Macintosh". It was published by Dorling Kindserley, but did not sell very many copies. It was about a young girl called Polly, who met McIntosh and he presented her with a magic coat. In addition to its magic qualities, the coat allowed Polly to go anywhere in the world.

2008–present: S Club reunion

From November 2008, McIntosh and his former bandmates, Jo O'Meara and Paul Cattermole, signed up to be part of an S Club reunion. Other bandmates Tina Barrett and Jon Lee were reported to be joining, but they did not perform with the group. Rachel Stevens and Hannah Spearritt refused to join, as they were enjoying success- Stevens taking part in Strictly Come Dancing and Spearritt starring in Primeval.

In October 2009, all seven members had a meeting and discussed a reunion tour and album, and a tour is thought to be starting, but no details have been confirmed.

2009-present: Party Dark, Collaborations and Solo Plans

McIntosh has released some solo tracks on Youtube, such as "Wonder Girl", "Always and Forever", "Sup Baby", "Ready or Not", "I Don't Wanna Be Ya Man", "Sound Good" and "My Everything". In 2008, he collaborated with Robbie Glover on a track called "Hands Up". In April 2009, he collaborated with Bhangra superstar Juggy D on his Remix to ‘Vang Teri’, singing a large part of the song. It was produced by Taj-E for his album 'Sik ‘n’ Twisted'. A remix music video was also released, featuring McIntosh.

In May 2009, he performed at an Oxford University Charity Ball to rave reviews and a four minute standing ovation. McIntosh recently joined the band Party Dark, and they are to release their debut single "Back to My Roots". McIntosh is set to make a solo hip-hop comeback in 2010, and is hoping for a big hit with his debut single.


With S Club

As featured artist

  • 2008: Hands Up (with Robbie Glover; not a single)
  • 2009: Vang Teri (with Juggy-D)


1999: Miami 7
1999: S Club 7: Back to the 50's

1999: S Club 7: Boyfriends and Birthdays

1999: The Greatest Store in the World

2000: LA 7

2000: S Club 7: Artistic Differences

2000: S Club 7: Christmas Special

2001: Hollywood 7

2002: Viva S Club

2003: S Club: Seeing Double

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