Definitions for "Westlife"
Westlife is an Irish boy band created in 1998 (signed by music guru Simon Cowell), and managed by music mogul Louis Walsh. The group has proven extremely successful in Ireland and the United Kingdom, and rest of the Europe, and are also relatively popular in Africa, Australia, Asia and Latin-America.
Westlife is the debut album by Irish boyband Westlife, released on 1 November 1999 (see 1999 in music). It charted at number two in the UK, number 129 in the U.S. and number fifteen in Australia, and it included the singles "Swear It Again", "If I Let You Go", "Flying Without Wings", "Fool Again" and "Seasons in the Sun".