Saturday, April 5, 2014

Jeff Timmons & “Men Of The Strip” Make Las Vegas Debut Ahead Of Their New E! Show…

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Jeff Timmons with wife Amanda and their family at  “Men of the Strip” at House of Blues at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas on March 29.

It’s gotten very hot in the Nevada desert — thanks to 98 Degrees alum Jeff Timmons, who is the new on-stage (shirtless) host of the “Men Of The Strip” male revue, which he co-created with choreographer Glenn Douglas Packard, currently at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas.
The “Men of the Strip” show debuts on E! on May 26 (8 p.m. EST)! Check out these pics from the Las Vegas debut on March 29, which was attended by the Timmons’ wifeAmanda, and their adorable two-year-old daughter, Ariahuna.
Jeff Timmon’s of  “Men of the Strip” fame at House of Blues at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas on March 29.Jeff Timmon’s of  “Men of the Strip” fame at House of Blues at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas on March 29.
Jeff Timmon of  “Men of the Strip” fame with his daughter Ariahuna, at House of Blues at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas on March 29.
Jeff Timmon and  “Men of the Strip” perform at House of Blues at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas on March 29.
Jeff Timmon and  “Men of the Strip” perform at House of Blues at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas on March 29.
Jeff Timmon and  “Men of the Strip” perform at House of Blues at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas on March 29.

Men of the Strip’ Featuring Jeff Timmons Las Vegas Debut Pictures

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Local Choir Competition Will Be Hosted by Drew Lachey

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by JENN DERANGO
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As a dealership that sells used cars in Cincinnati OH, McCluskey Automotive is always on the lookout for the best news and events happening around Cincinnati. There are a ton of fun things to do in this great city on a daily basis, and incredible events get brought into town that are always worth mentioning. If you are a fan of singing competitions like The Voice, and American Idol, then you may want to listen up. If you have a great voice, and know others that can also carry a tune, then you definitely want to listen up.
Cincinnati’s very first region-wide choral competition is happening this April 9. The event is an exciting one, and is being hosted by celebrity Drew Lachey, ot 98 Degrees fame. The competition will feature a total of ten different choirs from ten local companies to compete on the stage at the Aronoff Center on April 9. Children’s Hospital and Medical Center, Procter & Gamble, Fifth Third Bank, Duke Energy, Horseshoe Casino, GE Aviation, TriHealth, and American Modern Insurance are among the companies that will be competing. An eleventh team will be chosen by a fan vote starting on March 17. Any local group or choir can submit a video to be entered for a chance to compete on April 9. Submission guidelines and rules can be found here. The submitted videos will be posted on YouTube and be up for a vote starting on March 17.
The choral competition will be raising money for the ArtsWave Community Campaign – a local non-profit organization that is dedicated to being a leader in the arts community of Cincinnati. Tickets for the event will likely sell out, so be sure to get yours now! The show begins at 7pm, and tickets range in price from $20 to $50. We hope to see you there, and who knows – we might even see you on center stage!

First choral competition of its kind coming to Cincinnati

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Winner of competition will sing national anthem at a Reds game



Drew Lachey

CINCINNATI —A new choral competition is coming to Cincinnati.
The CincySings Competition will be hosted by Drew Lachey.
CincySings will be the first region-wide choral competition for Tri-State businesses.
“Everybody from Duke, to P&G, GE, Humana, American Modern, Fifth Third, Tri Health, Cincinnati Children's, and I'm missing another one. They all do talent shows and they crown a winner, and all those winners and one wild card also from Children's are coming to the Aronoff Center on April 9 for a battle of the bands,” Lachey said.
The Horseshoe Casino and Kroger will also be participating in CincySings.
The winner will get to sing the national anthem at a Reds game this season.
All of the money raised from CincySings will go to benefit ArtsWave, which supports art and culture in the Tri-State.

Drew talks about Cincy Sings



CINCINNATI (WKRC) -- Local companies are participating in a choral competition which will benefit the arts throughout the Tri-State. Drew Lachey, who knows a thing or two about singing, will host this special event.  He stopped by Good Morning Cincinnati to talk about CincySings presented by Artswave. 

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19 things you didn't know about Drew Lachey

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CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) -

Drew Lachey stopped by the studio to discuss his upcoming event CincySings. Behind the scenes, I had a chance to ask him 19 personal questions!
19 things you didn't know about Drew Lachey
  1. Where did the Lachey family grow up? College Hill.
  2. What's a new Cincinnati restaurant that you like? Sotto, A Tavola and Bakersfield.
  3. Favorite sports team? My grandfather taught at UC so I have to say the Bearcats!
  4. Favorite dish to cook? A bowl of cereal.
  5. What other languages can you speak? About four different languages to order a beer. 
  6. What's your favorite social media app? Twitter. 
  7. Where did you come up with the name 98 degrees? It's representative of the mood we wanted our music to create. It's like steamy, hot, body heat.  All our love songs!
  8. Favorite TV show? House of Cards, Game of Thrones, Walking Dead and Homeland.
  9. First car? 1981 Toyota Celica that I bought for $300.
  10. Last restaurant you ate at? Skyline!
  11. Last movie you saw? Frozen.
  12. Mustard or ketchup on your hot dog? Mustard.
  13. Favorite holiday? Thanksgiving.
  14. If you could meet anyone, living or dead, who would you meet? I love history so maybe FDR. 
  15. One of your biggest fears? I'm not a big fan of rodents. 
  16. Dogs or cats? Dogs! 
  17. What's your Starbucks order? I don't drink coffee.
  18. Laying on the beach or skiing in the mountains? Go to California and you can do both in the same day!
  19. Favorite color? Navy blue.
Follow Drew on twitter at @DrewLachey! 

Drew Lachey on The Xtra Tuesday to talk about CincySings

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Drew Lachey signs an autograph. FOX19 file photo

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Drew Lachey will be on The Xtra Tuesday morning to talk about CincySings, a new singing competition April 9 at The Aronoff Center.
Teams of employee choirs from the 2014 ArtsWave Community Campaign will face off in this competition that will continue Cincinnati's choral tradition. The winners of the CincySings competition will receive a special prize package from ArtsWave and have the chance to sing the national anthem at a Cincinnati Reds game.
The ArtsWave campaign supports more than 100 arts and cultural organizations with grants and services.
Lachey will host the contest.