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The foursome from Cincinnati has a new album out ahead of this summer's Package Tour.
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... Read more
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,today, 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... Read more
Before Jeff Bridges took the stage with the Abiders at the opening day of the Stagecoach Country Music Festival, a guy behind me in the crowd just kept going “Where’s the Duuuuude?,” referencing Bridges’ famed slacker leading man in cult classic “The Big Lebowski.”
I’m sure most of the people who flocked to the Palomino Stage to make it the most crowded it has been since it was the Sahara Tent at Coachella last weekend were going to get a glimpse of the actor in hopes that he, like The Dude, would abide... Read more