Thursday, May 30, 2013

98 Degrees Studio Session: Watch 'Microphone' Performance and Q&A

With a full-fledged comeback highlighted by a new album and upcoming arena tour, reunited boy band 98 Degrees stopped by the Billboard studio earlier this month to perform their new single, "Microphone," and discuss the long road that led to their first extended collaboration in over a decade.
"Every day was an opportunity to get back together," says Drew Lachey, who formed the vocal group with his brother Nick Lachey as well as Jeff Timmons and Justin Jeffre. "It literally was just a matter of four different grown men going in four different directions, living their lives. But we always had the intention of getting back together and making music again."
After reuniting last summer to perform at the Mixtape Festival in Hershey, Pa., 98 Degrees -- best known for hits like "Because of You," "The Hardest Thing" and "Give Me Just One Night (Una Noche)" -- decided to head into the studio and work on its first full-length since 2000's "Revelation." The result was "2.0," a new album featuring "Microphone" and other likable pop tracks, released earlier this month.
"The essence of us as a group, it's the same," says Nick Lachey. "We still love to sing together. We still get in the studio and do what we do best, and that's perform."
On Tuesday (May 28), 98 Degrees kicks off The Package tour alongside New Kids on the Block and Boyz II Men in Uncasville, Conn. Watch the group's video interview with Billboard to find out what fans can expect on the arena trek, and check back with Pop Shop early next week to watch another 98 Degrees performance from their Billboard studio session!

98 Degrees' Recipe For Package Tour: A 'Hot And Steamy' Boy-Band Casserole

By Jocelyn Vena 

Sandwiches will also be served — a New Kids on the Block and Boyz II Men sandwich, that is.

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Break out your vintage homemade signs and t-shirts, the Package Tourkicks off this week. And with the New Kids on the Block98 Degrees andBoyz II Men ready to belt out some of their biggest hits, it's bound to be every fan's dream.
It all kicks off Tuesday (May 28) in Uncasville, Connecticut, and will circle around North America, before wrapping up August 4 Indianapolis, Indiana. 98 Degrees are pretty stoked to be in the middle of a BIIM and NKOTB sandwich night after night.

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"Well, we like to say, if New Kids on the Block and Boyz II Men had a child, it would be us," Drew Lachey told MTV News of playing second every night. "We kind of, in a lot of ways, took our inspiration from Boyz II Men — their harmony sound and things like that — [and] obviously New Kids On The Block, the way they pioneered the genre. So it really is just an honor to be on this tour in general. We said this tour is all about the fans coming out, giving them a fantastic show. It's gonna be basically three hours of hits. It's our job to come out and make sure you leave with a smile on your face."
Nick Lachey added, "We feel like we're part R&B [group] and we ended up being part boy band. We were kind of caught in the middle, so it's almost symbolic that were sandwiched between these two groups on this show." (Each night BIIM will take the stage first, followed by 98 and then NKOTB.)
If you think the fans are just in the audience, think again. The guys are also looking forward to watching the sets from their tourmates. "But that's the great thing about this particular show; even being a part of the show we appreciate how cool it is to be a part of the show. We're huge fans of both those groups," Nick said. "Boyz II Men, we can't emphasize enough, is literally the biggest inspiration we had. So to be on a tour with them, and New Kids for that matter, is kind of surreal for us."

Sure, the guys want to bust out newer 2.0 tunes like "Microphone," but know that they also have to include hits like "The Hardest Thing" and "Give Me Just One Night (Una Noche)," so Drew notes, "You find a balance. It's like a recipe. How much of each ingredient do you put in? More like a casserole, hot and steamy."
Justin Jeffre joked, "It is going to be tasty," with Nick continuing, "There's enough for everybody."

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98 Degrees plans to keep this summer's "The Package Tour" as hot as their group's name.
The '90s boy band has joined New Kids On the Block and Boyz II Men for the journey, which kicked off Tuesday in Connecticut and will wind across North America until the tour's last stop in Indianapolis, Indiana, on August 4.
Speaking with MTV, 98 Degrees pointed out that the other two groups are their perfect complement, since they've drawn inspiration from both acts.
"If New Kids on the Block and Boyz II Men had a child, it would be us," Drew Lachey said, as his brother Nick added that they're "part R&B [group] and we ended up being part boy band. We were kind of caught in the middle, so it's almost symbolic that we're sandwiched between these two groups on this show."
Or, put another way, they're like the balancing component to a recipe, Drew said: "Like a casserole, hot and steamy."
It'll be a "tasty" one, chimed in Justin Jeffre, as Nick promised, "There's enough for everybody."

98 Degrees play acoustic version of 'Because of You' (Video)

98 Degrees played an acoustic version of their hit “Because of You” at the Billboard studio earlier this month.
According to Billboard the boy band reunited last summer to perform at the Mixtape Festival in Hershey, Pa., and then went to the studio to record their album 2.0, released on May 7.
“The essence of us as a group, it’s the same. We still love to sing together. We still get in the studio and do what we do best, and that’s perform,” Nick Lachey said in an interview with Billboard.
98 Degrees started The Package tour with New Kids on the Block and Boyz II Men tonight, May 28.
“If New Kids on the Block and Boyz II Men had a child, it would be us,” Drew Lachey said to CNN.
Nick Lachey added, “Part R&B [group] and we ended up being part boy band. We were kind of caught in the middle, so it’s almost symbolic that we’re sandwiched between these two groups on this show.”

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Monday, May 27, 2013

98 Degrees rising: Boy band is back after 12 years


by John Kiesewetter, The Cincinnati Enquirer

A new album, a summer tour.
It's like old times for 98 Degrees, who will hit the road May 28 to promote 2.0, their first studio album since 2000, and tour with fellow 1990s heartthrobs New Kids On The Block and Boyz II Men.
Singing together again "felt like the 12 years (apart) were never there. That was a relief to all of us. We knew that we got this," said Nick Lachey, 39.
"It sounds freaking awesome!" gushed Jeff Timmons, 40, whose 1995 Los Angeles vocal group morphed into 98 Degrees with the addition of Justin Jeffre and brothers Nick and Drew Lachey, all graduates of Cincinnati's School for Creative & Performing Arts.
Since their 2002 "hiatus" from performing together, the guys often talked about getting back together. They took their fans' temperature last August â?? singing on NBC's Today show and at Hershey, Pa. â?? then got serious about harmonizing their schedules.
"This takes a year-and-a-half commitment. That was our biggest hurdle in getting back together," said Drew Lachey, 36, the youngest of the group.
"We've been thinking about getting together for a long time. It just took us longer than we thought," said Jeffre, 40.
Getting back together already has yielded some pleasant surprises â?? the invitation to join the nostalgic boy band Package Tour, and the brisk ticket sales in February for the original 25 dates. They'll now do 47 shows through Aug. 4.
"To be selling out shows with legendary bands in huge arenas, that was super gratifying," said Timmons, a Las Vegas-based music producer, writer and performer.
Their 2.0, released May 7, is a worth-the-wait more mature reboot with songs about men in their 30s looking for love and relationships penned by Bruno Mars, R&B songwriter Ne-Yo and many unknown composers.
"We found a balance between classic 98 Degrees ... and fitting into the modern world," Jeffre said.
Their Microphone single will be followed by Impossible Things, a ballad with rich harmonies that Timmons called "a throwback to our old days." The guys didn't record any of their original songs to expedite the album. The release was set after being invited to tour for the first time with the New Kids and Boyz.
"We all like each other. We all complement each other," said Nick Lachey, who splits his time between Cincinnati and Los Angeles.
Jeffre recalled that his first 98 Degrees gig was singing Boyz II Men's National Anthem arrangement at Dodger Stadium â?? three days after he arrived in Los Angeles. Two days after Drew drove cross-country, he was opening with 98 Degrees at the Los Angeles House of Blues.
The 10-week tour is being squeezed in between New Kid singer Donnie Wahlberg's filming schedule for CBS' Blue Bloods drama, and before some Boyz II Men obligations and Drew Lachey's summer arts camp with his wife, choreographer Lea, in Cincinnati.
The 2013 tour will be different from 98 Degrees' first tour in 1997, when Timmons and Nick Lachey had 98 degrees tattooed on their right biceps in Phoenix. (Nick has since covered it with a larger tattoo.)
Performing solo in recent years "enhanced our ability," Timmons said.
"Being better individually made us better as a group. Finally Justin is pulling his weight," Nick Lachey said with a smile.
Jeffre didn't miss a beat. He noted that Lachey was the worst of the four at remembering lyrics. "Even songs he's written!" Jeffre said.
"We have a better perspective," Nick Lachey said. "We appreciate going on tour and making another record together."
Instead of scheduling a second show here, promoters added stops in Louisville, Columbus and Indianapolis. Doing 47 concerts in 69 days "is the most grueling schedule I've ever seen," Nick Lachey said.
"We're hoping we haven't killed each other by the end of the tour," his brother said.
But if all goes well, 98 Degrees could tour more, after a break in August, Drew said. "We'll probably go back out in the fall. Success builds on success."

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98 Degrees Explains Why "Microphone" Is Absolutely NOT About Sex

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He may have been passed up to replace Regis last year but this new dad is making his move on two fronts. Multi-platinum recording artist, actor and television personality Nick Lachey is hot on the heels of a double career comeback. In addition to releasing an album and hitting the road with 98 Degrees, the 39-year-old star will return to reality TV as the host of NBC’s upcoming singing competition The Winner Is.
Nick Lachey first melted hearts back as lead singer of the multi-platinum selling boy band, 98 Degrees, along with his brother Drew, Justin Jeffre, and Jeff Timmons.
Unlike most boy bands that were assembled by a label or a producer, 98 Degrees formed independently and were later picked up by a record label. Since then the group has sold over 10 million records worldwide and has released eight top 40 singles in the United States thanks to the success of sophomore release “98 Degrees and Rising” in 1998. The group went on hiatus in 2002 to focus on other ambitions and opportunities.
Last August 98 Degrees reunited for a performance at Mixtape Festival in Hershey, PA and on NBC's Today Show. The following month, the foursome announced they were recording a new album. On January 22, 2013, 98 Degrees appeared on The View along with New Kids on the Block and Boyz II Men to announce their joint summer tour called, “The Package Tour.”
The boys will hit the road on May 28, 2013 to promote “2.0,” their first studio album since 2000, with fellow '90s heartthrobs New Kids on the Block and Grammy Award-winning Boyz II Men - the top-selling R&B group of all time. The Package Tour will mark the first tour for 98 Degrees in over 12 years.
The latest album is the group's fourth studio album and was released May 7 through eOne Music. The age-appropriate album features songs about thirty-something men looking for love and relationships written by Bruno MarsNe-Yo, and several other composers. “2.03 is the foursome's first full-length album in 13 years following the release of Revelation in 2000. The album debuted at #65 on the Billboard 200, becoming the group's lowest-charting album since their 1997 debut, 98 Degrees.
The Winner Is
Nick Lachey is heading back to NBC to host the network’s latest singing competition The Winner Is.
The contest, which was created by the producers of The Voice, will showcase a variety of singers, all of whom will go head-to-head in front of a live studio audience as they compete for the ultimate grand prize of $1 million.
After each showdown, the contestants will be judged by a special in-studio panel of teachers, DJs, critics, bloggers andYouTube sensations who vote for the act they want to move on in the competition. In a unique twist, before the winner is even announced, the contestants will be offered a cash buyout to leave the game. The buyouts start at $10,000 and increase with each round. If they’re confident they performed better than their opponent, the singer can resist the cash and await the audience vote to see if they’ve advanced. If they think they’ve lost, there are only seconds to accept the money. If a contestant doesn’t take the money and they lose, they go home empty handed.
It all comes down to the grand finale where eight episode winners will continue to compete until just two contestants remain. After their performances, each finalist will get the chance to walk away with tens of thousands of dollars or they can risk it all by awaiting the audience vote for the chance to win a life-changing $1 million.
Lachey previously hosted the peacock network’s a cappella competition The Sing-Off from 2009-2011. The show was cancelled after three seasons due to low ratings.

Tuesday, May 21, 2013

98 Degrees Get Ready for the package Tour Interview

Jeff talking to Billboard on the Red Carpet

Thursday, May 16, 2013

98 Degrees on Rachel Ray 5/15/13

Sunday, May 12, 2013

98 Degrees Dishes On The Package Tour & New Album

98 Degrees on Jay Leno 5/10/13

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Saturday, May 11, 2013

Pictures from The View 5-7-13


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Nick Lachey: Baby Camden Is "Starting to Crawl"


Nick Lachey will definitely have his hands full on the 98 Degrees tour this summer! The new dad and his bandmates Drew LacheyJustin Jeffre, Jeff Timmons are planning on bringing their families with them for the ride, and Nick tells Us Weekly his nearly 8-month-old son, Camden, with wife Vanessa Lachey has already been keeping him busy.
"The baby's growing up quick, starting to crawl and getting into all kinds of trouble and it's fun," Nick tells Us Weekly's Ian Drew in an exclusive interview. "It's fun being a dad. It's fun having a son and family life is great."

But after a 13-year hiatus, the 39-year-old singer is looking forward to kicking off 98 Degrees' joint summer tour with Boyz II Men and New Kids on the Block at the end of May.
"[I'm] excited to be back with these jokers, doing what we like to do," he shares, "which is performing and singing together, and getting out there on tour this summer."
Nick Lachey and the rest of 98 Degrees interview with Us Weekly.

But Lachey won't be the only one trying to juggle the tour with family in tow. Nick's brother Drew, 36, has two children, and band member Timmons, 40, is a father of four.
"We're gonna shove all the wives and kids in one bus and then we'll have our own bus like the old days," Timmons jokes. "No, I mean, we were fortunate enough to have this experience the first time around with the four of us and we had good crew people."

"It was a great experience, but you want to share that with other people," he explains. "We're fortunate enough, blessed enough, this time around to bring our families, our wives, our kids and our friends along with us."
98 Degrees' new album, 2.0, is available now. Watch the band's exclusive interview with Us Weekly in the video above.

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The REAL Reason 98 Degrees Broke Up


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This morning, I sat down with Drew Lachey and Jeff Timmons of 98 Degrees.  While I can’t get away from you screaming (I can hear it from here), I can ask Drew and Jeff some interesting questions about the past.

Thursday, May 9, 2013

98 Degrees Are 'Still 98 Degrees' On New Album 2.0

By Jocelyn Vena

Boy band opens up to MTV News about getting the group back together for 2013 album release and Package Tour.

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It's the day 98 Degrees fans have been waiting for: The band's first new album in more than a decade, 2.0, hit stores Tuesday (May 7). The foursome told MTV News that the album title is fitting as they launch this new phase of their career.
"It's sort of the next version of 98 Degrees," Justin Jeffre said about their first release since 2000's Revelation. "We're still 98 Degrees, but we've stretched as artists and we tried to go beyond. What we didn't want to do was just do what we've already done before. We wanted to go beyond that.

Jeff Timmons added that, despite their updated sound, the guys haven't changed much since their 1.0 days. "We're the same guys. We're entertainers, singers, trying to evolve musically. Same guys, just a different era and, you know, trying to come up with new, cool stuff," he said.

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Some of that new, cool stuff includes their unexpectedly cheeky single"Microphone," as well as working with a new pack of hitmakers like Ne-Yo and Bruno Mars to add some new-millennium sparkle to their signature sound. And it's not just their sound they're updating, but also what they're singing about, since most of the guys are married with kids these days. 98 Degrees are all grown up.
"Over the past 13 years since we've recorded a record, a lot [has] happened to us individually," Drew Lachey said. "We've grown a lot as individuals, and that all helps influence the music and how we interact with each other as a group and how we interact with our fans. You know, back in the day, you take things for granted, and now, after time, you're able to look at it with fresh eyes and say, 'Wow, that was a really magical moment. I wish we would have taken a little more time and enjoyed [it].' We're just going to be able to go for it and really enjoy it."

In addition to new music, the guys are also going on a big summer tour, hitting the road on the Package Tour with New Kids on the Block and Boyz II Men later this month.
"We've had a lot of fun together, obviously getting back in the studio, making new music. Trying to figure out what the new sound is going to be has been a lot of fun," Drew said. "And, of course, now getting ready for the tour we're going out on this summer is a lot of work, but it's a lot of fun.
"We're a family. As dysfunctional as we are, we are family, and getting back together, we know each other, we love each other — most of the time," he jokingly added. "So being back together, getting back together is just like riding a bike, so it's a lot of fun. ... The magic never dies."
That magic, Timmons noted, is "actually better. We have the same sound, we have the same blend, but I think our experiences taught us a lot about how were gonna be as performers, and this new record definitely identifies with the new quality and contemporary sound."

Wednesday, May 8, 2013

Nick Lachey and Jessica Simpson haven't talked in 'years' - Video

by Kristina Lopez
Nick Lachey appears during an interview on Watch What Happens Live on May 7, 2013. - Provided courtesy of Bravo
During his appearance on Bravo's "Watch What Happens Live," singer Nick Lachey showed host Andy Cohen that he was game to answer some questions about his ex-wife Jessica Simpson.

Lachey appeared on the late night talk show with his fellow 98 Degrees band members Justin Jeffre, Jeff Timmons and brother Drew Lachey on Tuesday, May 7. The 39-year-old singer told Cohen, while answering a question from a fan, that he hadn't seen or spoken to Simpson in at least six years.
"Is this that part where I can plead the Fifth," Lachey asked Cohen, referring to a game the two played in a previous segment of the show, when the fan question came up. "It's been years. Years. Honestly, probably six years."
"It was like another lifetime ago," Lachey added.
When Cohen asked Lachey if he ever "curled up with a 'Newlyweds' DVD," Lachey said, "I have not. As you can imagine, that's not popular viewing in my house. We don't sit around as a family and watch the old DVDs."
Lachey and Simpson were married from 2002 until 2006. The couple starred together on the MTV reality show "Newlyweds: Nick and Jessica."
Since then, Lachey wed television personality Vanessa Minnillo in July 2011 and the couple welcomed their first child, a son named Camden John, in September 2012.
Simpson has also moved on. She became engaged to former NFL player Eric Johnson in 2010. The two are parents to a 1-year-old daughter named Maxwell Drew Johnson and Simpson is currently pregnant with the couple's second child.
During the "Plead the Fifth" segment of the show, Cohen asked Lachey "What is the best thing about no longer having Joe Simpson as a father-in-law?"
Drew Lachey chimed in and said, "Everything!"
Nick Lachey's answer to the question can be viewed here. (Warning: Video contains an expletive.) The boy band was on the talk show to promote their new album "2.0," which was released on Tuesday.
Check out Lachey talking about Simpson on "Watch What Happens Live" below.


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98 Degrees on Watch What Happens Live

Don't forget to check this Blog for the After Show as well.. Sweet Brown attacks Drew & he looks terrified ! Lmao..

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98 Degrees in the Shade The guys from 98 Degrees throw some shade at their rival boy bands.

Nick Talks Jessica Simpson dishes on when he last saw ex-wife Jessica Simpson.

Tuesday, May 7, 2013

Drew Lachey reflects on past fame, future direction

By Sheree Paolello

CINCINNATI —Fame hasn't gone to Drew Lachey's head

The Cincinnati native is preparing for the reunion of the pop group 98 Degrees, in which he performed with his brother and two classmates from the School for the Creative and Performing Arts.
Drew and Nick Lachey grew up in College Hill and started performing in school plays as children.
But Drew gave up on his singing dreams as a senior and joined the Army, where he served as a medic until receiving a call from his brother.
"He said, 'One of our guys just quit, and Justin (Jaffre) suggested you,'" Drew Lachey said.
Drew drove across the country and started rehearsing with the group that became 98 Degrees.
"I drove from New York to (Los Angeles), learned my harmony parts on the way out and two days after I got there, we opened for Montel Jordan at the House of Blues," Drew Lachey said.
After the group stopped performing after 2000's Revelation album, Drew Lachey married his high school sweetheart and moved back home.
They now have two children together, and Drew teaches three days a week at SCPA. He also started the Lachey Arts Camp.
"For me to be able to give that opportunity to other young performers, to me is what I should be doing," he said.
Now, at age 36, Drew and his former bandmates are reuniting for a new album and a summertime tour.

"If the tour didn't sell, which luckily it has sold very well, and we don't have to worry about that, but you can only control what you can control," Lachey said.
The group will perform with New Kids on the Block and Boyz II Men on the 47-date tour.
"We're talking about continuing on just ourselves and stretching into the fall and then, who knows" Lachey said.

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Monday, May 6, 2013

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Nick Lachey Announces 98 Degrees Tour with Backstreet Boys and Boys II Men


Former 98 Degrees crooner, Nick Lachey, stopped by Sway in the Morning to make and announcement and describes his new life as a father/husband.
The boy band has united for a new album, 98 Degrees 2.0, that’s due May 7. Plus, they’ll be part of a new tour called The Package Tour, with Backstreet Boys and Boys II Men.
That’s not the only project Nick is working on though. Along with being a full-time husband to bombshell, Vanessa Minnillo, he’s also a new father with an album dedicated to son called, A Father’s Lullaby. You guessed right, an album of all baby lullabies.
Watch him talk about it below.

Jeanne and Cooper Check in With the Group 98 Degrees [AUDIO]

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Cooper and I  had a rare opportunity to interview 2 of the members of the group 98 degrees as they get ready to release a new album and head out across the country on “The Package Tour”
Drew Lachey and Jeff Timmons joined Cooper and I for an up close interview to discuss their new Album 2.0 which hits stores Tuesday May 7th and the “Package Tour” with New Kids on The Block and Boys to Men.
As expected both guys were so nice and seemed genuinely grateful to have this opportunity to all get back together, make some new music and go on tour. For these four guys who have been out of the limelight for a while, and started families the tour this summer will truly be a family affair.
* The Package Tour will be in Milwaukee Wisconsin at Summerfest on July 2nd and at Target Center in Minneapolis on July 20th!