Brotherhood of Man

Brotherhood of Man
Release date
01 January 1970
Brotherhood of Man
01 January 1970 |

Brotherhood of Man first became known internationally in the early seventies with hits like “United we stand” and “Where are you going to my love”

The lineup of Nicky Stevens, Sandra Stevens, Martin Lee and Lee Sheriden followed on with the continental success of “Lady” and the million seller “Kiss me kiss your baby”.

In 1976 they won the Eurovision Song Contest with the much loved song “Save your kisses for me”. The song proved to be one of the biggest selling records of all time, selling in excess of five million copies. It was number one in 33 different countries including the U.K. where it held the top spot for six weeks.

The group followed on with two more British number one’s in the shape of “Angelo” and “Figaro”. They also had a string of other hits including “My Sweet Rosalie”, “Oh Boy (the mood I’m in)”, “Middle of the night” and “Beautiful Lover”. There were also five hit albums, altogether, earning each member of the group a total of 26 Platinum, Gold and Silver Discs.

The three number one’s, as well as most of the other hits, were co-written by group members Lee Sheriden and Martin Lee. As writers they have each won three Ivor Novello Awards.

The Group were honored to appear at the royal command performance 1977 for the Queens Silver Jubilee and have also topped the bill in almost every Theatre/ Concert Hall in the U.K. including The London Palladium and the Royal Albert Hall.
Their phenomenal international success together with their own very special brand of Entertainment has taken them literally all around the world performing on Television, in concert and in cabaret.

They are proud to boast today the exact same line up of four faces known to millions of TV viewers and pop fans all over the world.