BRITs Hits 30 - Our Favourite Moments in BRITs History - Part 2

So... the BRITs Hits 30 category has now aired on ITV and the public vote is open.

If you haven't voted yet please choose one of the followin links to do so:


Since the show has been aired we have been contacted by many hardcore fans asking why their favourite artist's weren't included in the short-list. The Show was always going to provoke discussion as it was impossible to feature all those fantastic and memorable performances over the past 30 years. Although BRITs.co.uk are unable to influence these decisions, we have (once again) been working hard with our members to bring you some more of our favourite BRITs Moments from over the last 30 years, and give fans an opportunity to remember their favourite performances in BRITs History.

Firstly, we've got the original boy-band from Dublin, Boyzone with a cover of the Billie Ocean classic "When The Going Gets Tough". This track reached number 1 back in March 1999 and was released to raise money for Comic Relief. It was also the 10th best selling single of the year and received platinum sales certification.

After that we've got 2 classics from Leeds born Kaiser Chiefs. We start off with "I Predict A Riot" at Earls court, London 2006. This song was originally released in 2004 reaching #22 in the charts. It was re-released in 2005 and made it all the way to #9! 2006 saw the band pick up 3 BRITs for Best Group, Live Act and Rock Act. They were also nominated for Best British Breakthrough and MasterCard British Album of 2006.

The final performance (for now) sees the Kaiser Chiefs return 2 years later with the addictive hit "Ruby". This track secured the band a number 1 single in 2007 and received a BRIT nomination for Best British Single in 2008!