Big Fun was an English boy band, featuring Phil Creswick, Mark Gillespie and Jason John, and produced by Stock Aitken Waterman. Before they were Big Fun, Creswick and John were in another regroup of Ian Levine's boy band Seventh Avenue with Mark Long. Their only album, A Pocketful of Dreams, reached the Top 10 in the UK Albums Chart; and contained the hit singles "Blame It on the Boogie", "Can't Shake the Feeling", and "Handful of Promises". Their final single "Stomp!" was issued in 1994, under the name 'Big Fun II' as Jason John had left the band and although this failed to obtain the commercial heights of their earlier work, it reached the dance chart in the United States. All three members of the band are gay, but were told by Pete Waterman they could not come out as it would ruin their career. After disbanding, Creswick became a painter and decorator, and John returned to being a model booker and music manager.