|Birth name||Bradley John McIntosh|
|Also known as||City Boy Soul|
8 August 1981 |
|Associated acts||City Boy (sometimes City Boy Soul), S Club 7, Upper Street, Juggy D, Party Dark|
Bradley John "City Boy Soul" McIntosh (born 8 August 1981) is an English singer, songwriter and actor. He was a member of the pop group S Club where he enjoyed five years of hit singles, arena tours and awards. 
1999–03: Career with S Club
McIntosh's major breakthrough came in 1999 when he became a member of the 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, 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.
2006–2008: Upper Street
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.
2009–present: City Boy Soul and producer
Bradley has written for and produced songs with the likes of JLS, Gak Jonze and former Sugababe, Mutya Buena. Further to this, he regularly performs at top UK student nights, having performed at the nationwide weekly JUICED event, every Friday at Wahoo Brighton and also at Voodoo Lounge in Southampton. Furthermore, he has played in cities such as Keele, and Preston.
|Title||Year||Peak chart positions||Album|
|"The One" (with Upper Street)||2006||35||non-album single|
|"Be Ok" (as City Boy Soul)||2011||—||non-album single|
|"—" denotes singles that did not chart or were not released|
|"Hands Up"||2008||Robbie Glover||Robbie Glover - EP|
|"The Bangle Remix " (as City Boy Bradley)||2009||Taj E||Sik N Twisted|
|"Let's Go"||2010||Party Dark||Ministry of Sound: Addicted to Bass Winter 2010|
|"Rock Boi"||2011||Gak Jonze||non-album song|
|1999||Miami 7||Bradley||Co-lead role; Children's BBC Original Series|
|2000||L.A. 7||Bradley||Co-lead role; Children's BBC Original Series|
|2000||S Club 7 Go Wild!||Bradley||Co-lead role; Reality TV series|
|2001||Hollywood 7||Bradley||Co-lead role; Children's BBC Original Series|
|2001||S Club Search||Mentor/Himself/Judge|
|2002||Viva S Club||Bradley||Co-lead role; Children's BBC Original Series|
|2006||Just the Two of Us||Mentor/Himself/Judge||Season 1; Episode 6|
|2006||Totally Boyband||Himself||Reality TV series|
|The Friday Night Project||Himself/Various role||Episode 1; Season 2
Episode 2; Season 4
|1999||The Greatest Store in the World||Himself||Supporting role; TV movie|
|1999||Back to the '50s||Bradley||Co-lead role|
|1999||Boyfriends & Birthdays||Bradley||Co-lead role|
|2003||Seeing Double||Bradley||Co-lead role|
- "Party of Se7en". Angelfire.com. Retrieved 2011-06-30.
- "S Club 7's Tina Barrett Talks To Holy Moly about her return to pop | Music Interviews". Holy Moly!. Retrieved 2012-03-24.
- "S Club Media". S Club Media. 2002-01-13. Retrieved 2011-12-31.
- "Bradley Interview". - 9 September 2010.
- "Bradley works with Mutya Buena". - 10 December 2010.
- "The Official Charts Company - Bradley McIntosh". The Official Charts Company. 6 May 2013.