Monday, November 10, 2014

98 Degrees Wishes Nick a Very Happy Birthday!!

Sunday, November 9, 2014

Nick on Huff Post Live (VIDEO)

ABC News Nick Lachey on Hosting 'Big Morning Buzz'

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Nick on the Today Show - 9/26

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Vimeo Xfinity Grove Inn Interview 9/15 (NICK)

98 Degrees Performs Invisible Man - Ricki Lake Show

Jeff Timmons interview | 98 Degrees Band | NoahPOPTV

Nick Lachey - What's Left Of Me (Live on It Takes Two)

Nick Lachey interview on Sunrise, 2006

Another old video I just found that was uploaded. Enjoy

Nick Lachey interview Rove Live, 2006

This is an older interview, but I have never seen it before so I know it hasn't been hosted on the Blog. Glad someone else has stuff from the past! Enjoy =)

Saturday, November 8, 2014

Big Morning Buzz w/ Nick Lachey...S10/E30 - Nick Jonas, Haley Joel Osment

Big Morning Buzz w/ Nick Lachey...S10/E29 - Jonathan Jackson + Enation, David Walton

Big Morning Buzz w/ Nick Lachey...S10/E28 - Michelle Williams, O-Town

Big Morning Buzz w/ Nick Lachey...S10/E27 - Joey McIntyre, MisterWives

Big Morning Buzz w/ Nick Lachey...S10/E26 - Kris Jenner, Avery*Sunshine

Nick, Vanessa & Camden visit Disneyland

'The Sing-Off' Returns to NBC With Six New Groups Competing in Two-Hour Holiday Special Wednesday December 17

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via press release:
Jewel, Shawn Stockman and Patrick Stump Serve as Judges with Nick Lachey Returning as Host
UNIVERSAL CITY, Calif. — Nov. 7, 2014 — NBC will air a two-hour holiday special of its popular a capella musical competition series “The Sing-Off” on Wednesday, Dec. 17 from 9-11 p.m. ET/PT. Six new groups will compete for a first-place prize of $50,000.

Returning judges Jewel and Shawn Stockman will be joined by Fall Out Boy frontman Patrick Stump while Nick Lachey is once again set as host.
Four-time Grammy nominee Jewel has enjoyed career longevity rare among her generation of artists. She has always been a charismatic live performer, earning the respect of other singer-songwriters, such as Merle Haggard, Bob Dylan and Neil Young, who, not only invited her to open their shows, but mentored her in the early phases of her career. After a tremendous amount of success as a singer-songwriter and more than 27 million albums sold, Jewel released a greatest hits album in 2013 that featured a collection of her best-known songs as well as two new duets with Kelly Clarkson and the Pistol Annies, in addition to a new track called “Two Hearts Breaking.”
She starred as June Carter Cash in the Lifetime biopic “Ring of Fire,” which earned four Emmy nominations. In 2013 Jewel released her much anticipated follow-up holiday album, “Let It Snow.” Currently, Jewel is recording her 13th studio album, a follow-up to her first album, “Pieces of You,” due in 2015.  
As its tenor vocalist, Shawn Stockman has helped make the four-time Grammy-winning Boyz II Men the best-selling r&b group of all time. For the past two decades, Stockman and bandmates Nathan Morris and Wanya Morris (no relation) have been crafting classic albums whose appeal has withstood the test of time. Stockman’s smooth vocals have helped to give Boyz II Men’s timeless hits their signature sound. Boyz II Men has recently released a new album of original material titled “Collide,” which offers a new sound for the group.

Boyz II Men, which holds the record for longest running # 1 song in music history with “One Sweet Day,” just recently extended their Las Vegas residency at the Mirage Hotel & Casino.

Patrick Stump is the lead singer for Chicago-based Grammy-nominated rock band Fall Out Boy. The band’s first single, “Centuries,” from their forthcoming album for Island Records/DCD2, has become a multi-format radio smash, quickly charting in the top 10 on modern rock and now exploding on the Top 40 chart. The track debuted at #1 on the iTunes Alternative Chart and the song already has more than 20 million plays on Spotify and 3 million plays on YouTube in just three weeks. Fall Out Boy has also written the song “Immortals,” featured in the trailer and the film “Big Hero 6” from Disney.
The band’s 2013 release, “Save Rock and Roll,” was the musicians’ gold-certified fifth studio album and featured the multiplatinum hit “My Songs Know What You Did in the Dark (Light Em Up).” “Save Rock and Roll” debuted at #1 on Billboard’s Top 200 and #1 on iTunes in 27 countries when it was released in April.

Nick Lachey, a multi-platinum recording artist, actor and television personality first rose to stardom as the front-man of the popular band 98 Degrees, selling more than 10 million albums worldwide and charting several top-40 hits. Lachey later went onto star in “Newlyweds,” one of MTV’s most successful shows in the network’s history.

His fourth solo album, “Soundtrack of My Life,” is slated for release Nov. 11. In addition to his individual projects, Lachey reunited with 98 Degrees to announce a North America tour with New Kids on the Block and Boyz II Men.

In March, Lachey signed on to host VH1’s popular national morning show “Big Morning Buzz Live.” He is currently in production on a new A&E Network docuseries “Lachey’s Bar” that will follow brothers Nick and Drew Lachey as they open a bar in their hometown of Cincinnati, Ohio.

Last year’s “Sing-Off” champions Home Free saw their recent album release “Crazy Life” go to #1 on the country iTunes chart and #4 on the overall iTunes chart. They embarked on a 36-show tour in support of the album and have appeared on shows such as “Today” and “Fox and Friends.”

As another sign of the influence of “The Sing-Off,” Pentatonix have become a musical force since winning the third season. Since their debut in 2011, the quintet has released four EP’s and their first full-length holiday CD "That's Christmas To Me,", selling more than 600,000 copies combined with three of the releases debuting in the Top 10 on Billboard’s Top 200 chart. Having recently eclipsed 6.6 million subscribers and over 625 million cumulative views, the Pentatonix official YouTube page is currently the 13th most subscribed-to music channel, having surpassed the subscriber totals of both Avicii and Beyoncé.
“The Sing-Off” is produced by United Artists Media Group (a joint venture among MGM, Mark Burnett, Roma Downey and Hearst Corporation) along with Outlaw Entertainment and Sony Pictures Television.

 Mark Burnett (NBC’s “The Voice”) is the executive producer. Deb Newmyer, Sam Weisman and James Sunderland are also executive producers.

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Friday, November 7, 2014

Vanessa Lachey Shares Baby Shower Pics


Vanessa Lachey (fifth from right) and friends (@vanessalachey/Instagram)
Vanessa and Nick Lachey (@vanessalachey/Instagram)
To my sweet & sassy 7, I LOVE you more than you will ever know! Thank you for the continued love, laughs and strength you all give me. This little girl is lucky to have such amazing Aunties! -- @vanessalachey/Instagram

What's better than spending a Saturday at a baby shower? Why, nothing, of course. See, that was a trick question.
Unless you happen to be close personal friends with Vanessa and Nick Lachey, you probably weren't invited to the former's baby shower this past weekend. But, lucky for you, she shared photos of the blessed event on Instagram
Vanessa, looking radiant in a black and white dress, posed with seven of her friends. She captioned the photo, "To my sweet & sassy 7, I LOVE you more than you will ever know! Thank you for the continued love, laughs and strength you all give me. This little girl is lucky to have such amazing Aunties!"

Men of the Strip at the House of Blues

Drew and Nick Lachey set opening date for OTR bar

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Lachey's Bar in Over-the-Rhine will open three months before the famous brothers'new A&E reality series is on airthe Enquirer reports.
Nick and Drew Lachey plan to open their new bar at Walnut and 12th streets in mid-December, and the show following its launch is expected to premiere in March.

Nick Lachey said the brothers have always dreamed of opening a bar and decided it was the right time to do so in Over-the-Rhine, where they attended the School for Creative and Performing Arts. They've partnered with 4EG, which owns Igby's and the Sandbar among other Cincinnati hotspots, to develop the 4,000-square-foot space and chronicled the journey on 10 half-hour episodes.

Monday, November 3, 2014

Don Vaughn // Again ft Nick Lachey // Lyric Video // The Don Vaughn Experiment

"That Girl" Traxstarz ft. Jeff Timmons (Official Music Video) Upscale Records - Dauman Music

Traxstarz USA feat. Jeff Timmons - That Girl (Dave Matthias Remix) (Music)

Q&A With 98 Degrees, Men Of The Strip’s Jeff Timmons

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There are a few things that every girl growing up in the 90s loved.
Gel pens, Lisa Frank and Tamagotchis, to name a few.
But there was nothing they loved more than boy bands. Well, at least there was nothing I loved more.
So, when I was asked if I wanted to sit down with Jeff Timmons of 98 Degrees, I of course said ‘I Do!’
Timmons is best known for his band 98 Degrees, which came into popularity in the late 90s.
The group, comprised of Timmons, Nick Lachey, Drew Lachey and Justin Jeffre, performed from 1996 through 2003, and recently had a reunion tour with New Kids on the Block and Boyz II Men.

During the band’s hiatus Timmons expanded into different projects. Most notably, Men of the Strip.
(credit: Astrid Stawiarz/Getty Images for Men of the Strip) (credit: Astrid Stawiarz/Getty Images for Men of the Strip)
For those of you unfamiliar with Men of the Strip, it’s a male revue not unlike Chippendales. Timmons calls it a “newer, younger, hipper, cooler,” version of the well-known Vegas show.
Men of the Strip differs in that the focus is more on singing and performing. Although, the men do still take their shirts off.
Essentially, it’s every woman’s grown up ideal of a boy band.
So, before his revue took the stage at Treasure Island Resort and Casino, Timmons sat down with me to talk about the dancers, his music, and, of course, 98 Degrees.
And as for not gushing over how much I loved him, Nick, Drew and Justin? Well, it was one of the hardest thing I ever had to do.
So, you’re in town for the ‘Men Of The Strip’ performance that is taking place at Treasure Island Resort and Casino Saturday night. Can you tell me a little bit about the show?
I know a lot of people are wondering what my association with [Men of the Strip] is. So a few years back I was offered an opportunity to host the Chippendales in Las Vegas. It’s a male revue. And of course I said no. There’s no way I’m going to do that. People are going to think I’m a stripper and of course they did. Right? (Timmons did go on to host the show).
So, when I was part of that it was such a success, and all I did was sing and host the show. I sang new songs and old 98 Degrees songs. So all the fans that we had that were young kids are now in their 20s and 30s. They came to see the show and they loved it. So the formula was pretty crazy. It was a huge success. It broke box office records in Vegas. So what I wanted to do was create a newer, younger, hipper, cooler version of it. A sexier one that’s more about singing and vocals, and obviously mix in with the guys ripping their shirts off, or whatever they do.  And so we created Men of the Strip.
There was a ‘Men of the Strip’ reality show on to E! How did the idea of that come about?
While I was in the Chippendales I thought ‘Man, people need to see a reality show of this. The behind the scenes things.’ Not just the guys and how big of rock stars these guys are. But they have to see how the women act when they see these shows. Which when I was watching it, even being in a boy band and seeing incredibly crazy things throughout that tenure, when I was in this show I was really shocked about what girls would do.
Chippendales didn’t really want to do it. So I went and created a new one. Then we went to E! And we didn’t quite capture what I was hoping to with that movie. So now, we ended  up taking it to a different market.
Will the show continue?
We are going to do a series like that. We had filmed on the road before we did the deal with E! So, we have all this footage of the rock-and-roll lifestyle that these guys lead. And at the same time they are all great guys. They are all cool. They all have great back stories. So, hopefully we are going to be able to display that.
Is there a channel that it will be on?
We have a couple channels that are interested. We have a couple networks interested. We might even go so far as what everyone else is doing and do an online show. Whether it’s with someone like Netflix, which does scripted original series, Hulu, Amazon. We’ve been talking to all of them. YouTube, too. So we’re looking at that too and we have those options. Fortunately we got enough ratings (opening night garnered roughly a  half a million viewers on E!).
This isn’t the first time Men of the Strip has come to the Twin Cities. Previous shows have seen really great success here. What do you think it is about the Twin Cities that makes them love the show so much?
I think it’s a combination of things. One, it’s Midwest. Right? So, I’m from the Midwest and I understand the culture. 98 Degrees’ biggest fan base was in the Midwest. We had fans all over the place, We were a popular group and we’re blessed to have that, but our bread and butter was always the Midwest. We thrive on new and entertaining things here, so I knew it was going to be good. Couple that with the local media. A lot of people wouldn’t take risks when I first put the guys on a promotional tour. It was a real risk to put us on local TV. But here in Minneapolis the local media embraced us; local radio was behind us. So when you have mainstream drivers behind it, then your set. Word-of-mouth gets out and people come see the show. We’ve sold 1,100 tickets [for Saturday.] And the people here are great.
So, what is your involvement in the show? Do you still perform?
I still perform, but ultimately I want to go behind the scenes. I just wanted to launch it, put my name on it and get it out there. Utilize whatever relationships and friendships I’ve had over the years to get it a little bit of attention. I am in the show. I sing in the show a little bit. I host the show. But now, my role is getting smaller.  And now I’m going back towards music and TV production; what I love.
Would any of the other members of 98 Degrees perform in the show with you?
I don’t know! I’ve asked them a couple of times. We’re all supportive of each other in whatever we do. I’m the craziest one out of everybody. So they were like, ‘Yeah, sure enough you would put a male revue out there.’ So, I don’t think they know what it is. They haven’t seen it. But I think if they saw it they’d come out.
Justin actually came to Cincinnati! He got up on the stage and sang. So he was a good sport about it. I don’t know if Nick or Drew would ever be a part of it. (laughs).
You mentioned you were getting back into music. You just released a single three weeks ago, ‘That Girl.’ It’s a different sound than people are used to hearing from you.
It’s something that I’m just dabbling it. It’s not like I’m releasing a full album with a label. It’s just a song called ‘That Girl,’ and it’s an EDM base song. It’s not true EDM.
I just wanted to try something different. I actually got approached by an independent label that Universal distributes about doing a dance song. So, I was like alright. It’d be cool to hear one of my own songs in a club. See people dancing.
It’s nice at my age having music on the radio. You know what I mean? Not to mention stuff that my 15-year-old daughter and her friends kind of like!
Do they listen to any 98 Degrees?
They do! My family was on tour with me last tour. So they got to experience it. My oldest daughter was just a baby when we got off the road last time and now she’s 15. So, she had heard about 98 Degrees. And of course, occasionally if a song would come on the radio I’d say, ‘Well, you know who this is.’ And she’d be like ‘Meh, whatever.’ So, it wasn’t cool.
So, when we were on that big tour and her friends and her cousins are coming on the road, and it’s a huge show like that, then she’s like ‘Wow, that’s my dad?’ And that’s all I want to be cool for, is my kids.
Definitely. So, what else is in store for you?
Well, I have a whole record that’s going to be done, which I’m really proud of. That’s going to come out probably end of first quarter of this year. And then also TV. I have some opportunities to produce. I’m not necessarily the focal point of those other things, nor do I want to be. And then have one opportunity, a big production company wants to follow my family around with these kids and watch how we act like rock stars but at the same time juggle life. And Men on the Strip is going to come out. And then I have a multi-media company that I started that’s got an investment.
Wow, sounds like a lot. Before we wrap up, I have to ask, what is your favorite 98 degrees song?
Invisible Man. The first one we had as a single was my favorite one.

Sunday, November 2, 2014

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