Back in the 90s they were one of the biggest boy bands around.
911 sold 10 million singles, and had 10 UK top 10 hits. Part of the line-up was Carlisle's very own Lee Brennan.
Now, almost two decades since they were last on stage they came back to Lee's home town to showcase their comeback album.
Our reporter Fiona McIlwraith caught up with Lee at their sound check, before the concert.
90s boy band 911 played their first gig in Carlisle for almost 20 years last night.
Lead singer Lee Brennan is from the city.
The concert was a night of nostalgia for the fans - and the band.
Almost two decades since they were last on stage 911 will play at the Sands Centre tonight.
Carlisle's Lee Brennan spoke to ITV Border ahead of the concert.
The Illuminate gig is part of 911's comeback tour.
Carlisle's Lee Brennan, singer in 90s boy band 911, is back in his home town tonight for the bands first gig in almost two decades.
911 re-formed last year and are now travelling the UK with their Illuminate tour.
– Lee Brennan, 911
"It's actually 18 years since we played the Sands Centre, 1996 was the last time.
"I'm feeling really excited, I've got family and friends coming, ticket sales are going really well.
"I'm just pleased that people are still coming out to see us in Carlisle. It's amazing."