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Thursday, December 29, 2016

"O-Town's Jacob Underwood Teams With Hot Newcomer Chandler Bay" - Perez Hilton

Article about Jacob's new cover video with Chandler Bay, "I Hate You, I Love You". Read below or click here for the original article.

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Jacob Underwood has traded those hunky guys from O-Town for a sexy brand new star named Chandler Bay!

In case you haven't heard it, the duo chose Gnash's emotional i hate u, i love u as the soundtrack to their coming out party, and between Chandler's smoky tone and Jacob's perfect harmonizing, it's one tight cover.

And we have the exclusive premiere of their first music video!

This is just the beginning for Jacob and Chandler. After some industry interest in what was supposed to be a fun one-off, the pair are exploring the side project even more!

So how did these two kids start making music together??

Jacob revealed the kismet in their meeting:

"I found Chandler Bay singing in a bar in Nashville and knew I had to get her in the studio immediately. First, we did a Chainsmoker cover, then a radio DJ friend of mine, Frankie V. for Jammin 95.7 in San Diego, had the idea for Chandler and I to do this Gnash duet, so we went right in the studio to see how we'd sound together. Chandler is an inspiring talent with an absolutely incredible voice. I don't think either of us expected our voices to blend as well as they did, and it's started us talking about doing more songs together in the future. I think it'd be a smart move :)"

But he wasn't the only one who felt the "magic" — Chandler said:

"Working with Jacob gives me a confidence and comfortability I hadn't found working with past producers or artists. When we first talked about doing a duet I was unsure how our voices would blend, but when I heard the final product there were moments I honestly couldn't tell us apart.
I think we found some magic while we recorded this one, and I think this is only the beginning of us making music together!"

Ch-ch-check out the video for i hate u, i love u (above) and get ready to hear a lot more from these two!

(Oh, and don't worry — O-Town's next album is still on target for early 2017!)

Thursday, November 17, 2016

"The Positive Psychology of Pop Music" - Wesley Ryan

Audio interview about some music that inspires O-Town. Listen below.

"O-Town Is Making A New Album Thanks To Their Fans" - Z 103.5

Article about O-Town's kickstarter and 4th album. Read below or click here for the article.

10.13.2016 | Amanda Logan

Image Credit: Frank Trapper/Corbis via Getty Images

O-Town is making a new album thanks to their fans. The band raised over $60,000 through a Kickstarter campaign for the 4th album.

“For the first time in our bands history we are going to rely completely on our supporters to start this new chapter by looking to you to put us in the studio,” the group said on their Kickstarter page. “Our 4th album will be financed 100% free from any label, which allows us to make our music directly for and responsible to only one party; you, our fans.”

Fans have different donation packages to choose from, starting from $25 – which will get you to download the album before it’s released, to $10,000 – which will get you a private concert, tickets & VIP passes for a year, named as an executive producer and of course, download the album before it’s released.

"Rewind Con features AJ McLean in celebrity lineup" - Celeb Mix

Article about this past weekend's RewindCon. Read below or click here for the article.

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11.15.2016 | Elissa Rose

Rewind Con rewound our metaphorical VHS tape of memories this weekend. While some of us may be showing our age by what bands we remember most from our childhood, it’s safe to say we all enjoy a good pop song now and again. Rewind Con was held in Chicago and brought together AJ McLean and Howie Dorough of the Backstreet Boys, as well as select members from NSync, O-Town, and 98 Degrees. There was also a special tribute to Paul Walker and a chance to see movie and soap opera stars.

"O-Town Set to Release New Album, All Thanks to Fan Funding" - EnStars

Article about O-Town's kickstarter and 4th album. Read below or click here for the original article.

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10.13.2016 | Jandira

Not everyone can be a Kickstarter success story. But O-Town has proved that they are exceptionally special and people love them for their work in music industry.

O-Town, the American band that was formed in 2000 during the first season of MTV's 'Making the Band'is set to release a fourth album and it is all possible with humble donation of their fans. The band separated in 2004, but reunited again in 2014 without main member Ashley Parker Angel. This was the same year when the band released their third album, 'Lines and Circles'.

"O-Town Will Drop A New Album So Make Room On Your First Generation iPod" - Bustle

Article about O-Town's kickstarter and 4th album. Read below or click here for the article.

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10.13.2016 | Kristie Rohwedder

Hey, O-Townies? All of your liquid dreams are about to come true— Ack, wait. Not those liquid dreams. Yikes, I really set myself up, didn’t I? Sorry. Let me give this another shot: If you want it all or nothing at all, get ready to have it all (and by “it all” I mean “a new O-Town CD”). As Us Weekly reports, a fourth O-Town album is underway. And it is all thanks to the O-Townies.

"O-Town Is Coming Out With Fourth Album After Kickstarter Success" - Us Weekly

Article about O-Town's kickstarter and 4th album. Read below or click here for the article.

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10.12.2016 | Stephanie Webber

Erik-Michael Estrada, Dan Miller, Trevor Penick and Jacob Underwood (L-R) of the American band O-Town perform live during a concert at the C-Club on June 18, 2014 in Berlin, Germany.Credit: Frank Hoensch/Redferns via Getty Images

All or nothing! O-Town is set to release a fourth album — and it's all thanks to their fans. The boy band has raised more than $60,000 (and counting!) since launching a Kickstarter to fund their new music on September 30.

Wednesday, October 5, 2016

"Yancey Strickler Backs Otown’s Fourth Album Kickstarter Initiative" - Crowd Fund Insider

Article mentioning that Kickstarter CEO and Co-Founder, Yancey Strickler, backed O-Town's kickstarter campaign. Read below or click here to go to the original article.

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10.04.2016 | Samantha Hurst

Over the weekend, 90’s all boy-band Otown launched a Kickstarter for their fourth album.The group revealed that this is the first time that they are creating an album free of any label. They noted:

otown-1“We decided to take on the challenge of reviving Otown, a brand that had been lying dormant for a decade. It was not easy, by any means, but together along with our family, our fans, and a chosen few, we created the album Lines & Circles. We had no idea that taking that leap of faith would lead to such gratification and an overwhelming response by our audiences, our listeners, and even critics. The reaction has been unlike anything we’ve ever experienced in our careers, ever. So together, as a group, we made the decision that we can’t stop now.”

Tuesday, October 4, 2016

"O-Town launches Kickstarter campaign for new studio album" - Digital Journal

Article mentioning O-Town's kickstarter campaign. See below or click here to go to the original article.

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10.03.2016 | Markos Papadatos

Pop group O-Town has launched a campaign to help fund their new studio album, and they surpassed their goal in just seven hours.

In less than seven hours, they surpassed their goal of $47,500. Most impressive was that they were able to accomplish this simply with the Internet and the strong support of their fan-base. They wanted to do this project without any record label, and to make the new music solely for their fans.
The funds that are raised from this Kickstarter campaign will be used for the production and distribution of their fourth studio album, which will be released in the spring of 2017.

They were the first band to find success via a reality television show entitled "Making The Band." This past summer, O-Town toured with Dream, Ryan Cabrera and 98 Degrees on the My2K tour, which featured tour stops in 39 cities throughout America. In 2014, O-Town had released their comeback album, Lines and Circles.

To check out their Kickstarter campaign, click here.

For more information on O-Town and their music, check out their official website.

Monday, October 3, 2016

O-Town's Album Kickstarter

Go support O-Town's 4th album by pledging your donation on kickstarter.

Thursday, September 29, 2016

"Lines & Circles" Video!!!

Here is O-Town's 3rd and final video from the latest album!

"Boy Bands Now vs. Then: Remember How They Used to Dance?" - E! News

Article mentioning O-Town. Read their section below or click here for the full article.

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09/28/2016 | Rebecca Macatee

O-Town, GIF

Like O-Town and their 2001 single "Liquid Dreams"? Never mind the dated graphics or the fact that some of us didn't understand what they were singing about until years later—those guys hit every mark!

Monday, September 26, 2016

"98 Degrees, O-Town, Ryan Cabrera & More Light Up the My2K Tour" - MySpace

Article with photos from the LA stop of the My2KTour. Read below or click here for the article.

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08.26.2016 | Eran Ryan

The boy band explosion hit Los Angeles in full force, so we snapped some photos.

This one’s for all of you late-90s/early 2000s pop music lovers,wherever you are. Get ready to take a trip down Memory Lane, because 98 Degrees, O-Town, Ryan Cabrera and Dream came together on one stage for My2K Tour to get you in all of your boy band-loving feels. It's been a while since the musicians have graced us with the gift of live music, and much like fine wine, they've only gotten better — and cuter — with age. Dream's Melissa Schuman said it best when she quipped "This is to let you know that you can still be sexy past the age of 30.”

Myspace attended the Los Angeles leg of the tour to take some photos while we danced and sung along to heart string-tugging classics such as "On The Way Down," "Liquid Dreams," "I Do (Cherish You)" and "He Loves U Not." Check out a few of our favorite photos below.

"Boy Bands Joining Together On One Stage At Epic ’90s Convention" - Hollywood Life

Article about the upcoming Rewind Con in Chicago. Read below or click here for the article.

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Wednesday, August 24, 2016

O-Town surprises James Corden for his birthday!

O-Town joined others in wishing Jame's Corden a happy birthday. See the message below.

Tuesday, August 23, 2016

"Review: O-Town plays at the NYCB Theatre at Westbury for 'My2K' tour" - Digital Journal

Review of O-Town's portion of the Westbury stop of the My2KTour. Read below or click here to see the article.

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08.12.2016 | Markos Papadatos

Westbury - On August 11, O-Town performed at the NYCB Theatre at Westbury, as part of the My2K tour, along with Ryan Cabrera, Dream and 98 Degrees.

They began their set promptly at 8 p.m. with "Liquid Dreams," where lyrics from the song's chorus were displayed on the giant televised screen. "We are O-Town," they said, introducing themselves. "Make some noise."

O-Town immediately broke into "Girl," which featured their synchronized choreography, and they sang their new song "Lines & Circles," where they showed their soft side.

It was neat to see them do their own version of "Am I Wrong," tipping their hats to Nico & Vinz and they continued with a funky version of The Weeknd's "I Can't Feel My Face," where they had their fans waving their hands up in the air, as the televised screen featured a psychedelic background.

They took their fans on a trip down memory lane to their first No. 1 video with "We Fit Together," and they went into the crowd and took selfies with everybody during "These Are the Days," which became a popular hit with the audience.

O-Town encouraged the crowd to sing along with them on "Playing with Fire," and they had them clapping along. "Westbury! Get your hands together," they said.

They closed with their signature ballad, "All or Nothing," where everybody's phones were up as they lit up the venue, and it subsequently garnered them a standing ovation.

The Verdict

Overall, O-Town was able to deliver at the NYCB Theatre at Westbury, and they were able to warm up the stage for the acts that followed on the My2K tour. It is safe to say that they gained many new fans this evening. Their live set earned four out of five stars.

Saturday, July 30, 2016

"My2K tour with O-Town, 98 Degrees: It's 2000 all over again" -

Email interview with the guys before the Northfields, OH stop of the My2KTour. Read below or click here for the article.

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Chuck Yarborough, The Plain Dealer | 07.29.2016

CLEVELAND, Ohio – It's not true that Cain and Abel were the first boy band; it just seems like it.

The thing about boy bands is that their popularity is like a two-layer cake: The first layer is when they were big, which makes sense; the second is when the teens and preteens who loved them grow up and start feeling nostalgic.

On Wednesday, Aug. 3, the Hard Rock Rocksino will fan some of those nostalgia flames with the My2K Tour, featuring O-Town, 98 Degrees, the girl band Dream and Ryan Cabrera.

We managed to catch up with Erik-Michael Estrada, Trevor Penick, Jacob Underwood and Dan Miller (who replaced original selectee Ikaika Kahoano, the guys of O-Town, formed in a television show called "Making the Band'' in early 2000, to talk about Wednesday's gig and the genre in general for an email interview.

Friday, July 29, 2016

"98 Degrees, O-Town, Dream give nostalgic fans what they want on a humid night in Tuscaloosa" -

Article about the Tuscaloosa show of the My2KTour which includes a few shots of the guys. Read below or click here for the article.

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07.22.2016 | Ben Flanagan

The My2K Tour pumped the Tuscaloosa Amphitheater with a heap of nostalgia in hopes of transporting fans about 15 years into the not-too-distant past Thursday night.

As hot and humid as ever in the venue, doors opened around 7 p.m. to a modest-enough crowd that the Amp closed off its entire upper section.

But about halfway through the show, the lower pit filled just about to its capacity, and fans of all four acts stood ready to rock and swoon their night away.

An impressively coiffed Ryan Cabrera opened the evening, using an unusual clear guitar as he strummed through his catalog of hits like "On the Way Down," welcoming everyone to the "My2K Hot as Hell Tour."

He'd close with a medley of familiar pop hits, leading fans in a "Seven Nation Army" chant as he finished his set.

Dream perform at the Tuscaloosa Amphitheater on the My2K Tour on Thursday, July 21, 2016. (Ben Flanagan/

Friday, July 22, 2016

"MY2K tour keeps summer sizzling" - The Telegraph

Article about the My2KTour. Read below or click here to go to the article.

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07.21.2016 | Rachel Sullivan

Friday, July 15, 2016

"98 Degrees, O-Town hit Nashville's Ryman Auditorium" - The Tennessean

Article about the upcoming Nashville, TN stop of the My2KTour. Read below or click here for the article.

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07.13.2016 | Dave Paulson

Pop music nostalgia has crossed over into the new millennium. (Well, it used to be new, anyway.)

The "My2K" tour brings together four acts who were teen pop stars and staples of MTV's "TRL" in the early 2000s: boy bands 98 Degrees and O-Town, singer-songwriter Ryan Cabrera and R&B girl group Dream.

All of these acts (save Cabrera) were retired for more than a decade before returning to the stage sometime in the last four years. They'll bring the sounds of the "TRL" years to Nashville's Ryman Auditorium on Tuesday, July 19.

The show starts at 7:30 p.m., and tickets are $45-$99.

"Retro pop acts a dream for Houston fans" - Chron

Article about the Houston stop of the My2KTour that includes photos from the show. See below or click here for the article.

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07.12.2016 | Joey Guerra

The My2K Tour brought pop hits, boy bands and more Tuesday to Revention Music Center. The nostalgia vibes were in full effect.

The multi-act show featured 98 Degrees, led by a still crush-worthy Nick Lachey. The group never reached the heights of Backstreet Boys or NSYNC. But 98 Degrees managed a handful of hits, including "Because of You," "The Hardest Thing," "I Do (Cherish You)" and "Give Me Just One Night (Una Noche)."

And they're still tops when it comes to beefcake factor.

Also on the bill were O-Town, whose hits included "Liquid Dreams" and "All or Nothing;" recently reunited girl group Dream, who scored a hit with "He Loves U Not"; and Ryan Cabrera, the one-time spiky-haired boyfriend of Ashlee Simpson, whose sister, Jessica, was once married to Lachey.

"See 98 Degrees, O-Town, Ryan Cabrera Sing Hits in 'My2K' Tour Promo" - Rolling Stone

Article showing the My2KTour promo video. Read below or click here for the article.

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07.11.2016 | Ryan Reed

Nostalgia-fueled summer trek will cover radio-topping hits from Y2K years

Ryan Cabrera, 98 Degrees, O-Town and Dream hype their ongoing "My2K" tour in a new promo clip.

98 Degrees, Ryan Cabrera, Dream and O-Town united this month for the ongoing My2K tour, which celebrates nostalgic, TRL-era pop. A new "sizzle" clip for the tour features hits from each act: 98 Degrees' "Give Me Just One Night (Una Noche"), Cabrera's "On the Way Down," O-Town's "All or Nothing" and Dream's "He Loves U Not."

The video blends onstage footage of crooning and choreography with shots of thrilled fans. The tour kicked off July 8th in Park City, Kansas and will conclude August 29th in San Francisco. The next stop is July 11th at Dallas' South Side Ballroom.

The 39-date My2K is 98 Degrees' first trek since 2013, when they teamed with New Kids on the Block for their "The Package" Tour. It marks Dream's first outing in over a decade.

"O-Town fondly recalls the '90s" - Greenville Online

Interview with Jacob. Read below or click here to go to the article.

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07.12.2016 | Donna Isbell Walker

During the first years of the new millennium, the boy band O-Town induced its share of screaming and swooning among its teen and tween fan base.

These days, the reunited O-Town is finding that some things change, but some stay the same.

They’ve found that a handful of fans, said O-Town singer Jacob Underwood, behave an awful lot like they did 15 years ago.

“We’ve had a few girls that have been kicked out before the show even started because they were acting like they were 13 still,” Underwood said in a recent phone interview. “The only issue is, now they can drink, so they can get extra unruly when they get drunk and want to act like a 13-year-old. It gets pretty funny.”

Overall, however, O-Town, which comes to Greenville July 20 on the My2K tour, has found it fun to connect with long-ago fans.

The biggest difference, Underwood said, is “we can actually hang out with them after the show. They like to buy us a drink and tell us what our song meant to them or what the show meant to them. We get to reminisce and relive the past as adults and really appreciate it. So it’s a much different vibe.”

"My2K Tour brings nostalgia and fun to the Brady Theater" - KTUL Tulsa

Article about the Tulsa stop of the My2KTour last week and small interview portion with O-Town. See below or click here for the article.

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07.10.2016 | Kelly Prozialeck

O-Town takes the stage of the Brady Theater in Tulsa during the My2K Tour (Kelly Prozialeck)

TULSA, Okla. (KTUL) - The 2000's. They're back, and still cool. It was sometimes called the next decade, the double zeros, the new millennium, or Y2K.

Whatever you choose to call it, it was a new era, especially when it comes to music. It was a chance for artist to make their names known. With new, evolving technology it was becoming more and more possible for upcoming artists to get discovered, instead of submitting an old-fashioned CD to record executives.

Thursday, July 7, 2016

"What Happened To The Boys Of O-Town? Some May Be Coming To A Concert Venue Near You" - Romper

Article about each member of O-Town has been up to since their first run. Read below or click here for the article.

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07.05.2016 | Lindsay Mack

Alex Wong/Getty Images Entertainment/Getty Images

Think back to the heady days of 2000, and a little TV show by the name ofMaking the Band. The winners of this reality show went on to form the legendary boy band O-Town. For three beautiful years, the members of this group produced songs that live in the hearts of noughties kids everywhere. Butwhat happened to the boys of O-Town, and where are they now?

First, a recap: O-Town's origins are more dramatic than you might remember. Their original manager, Lou Pearlman, is still serving a 25-year prison sentencefor a Ponzi scheme he ran to the tune of a half-billion dollars, as explained byThe Hollywood Reporter. And like many former reality stars, O-Town's original members Erik-Michael Estrada, Trevor Penick, Jacob Underwood, Dan Miller, and Ashley Parker Angel, have lived interesting lives long after the cameras stopped rolling. Whether you followed every episode of Making the Band with intense devotion or you still can't get "All Or Nothing" out of your head, catching up with the boys today is sure to be interesting. Who has branched out into an acting career, and who has performed in two Broadway shows? Spoiler alert: you just might be able to see some O-Town members on a reunion tour near your city very soon.

Sunday, July 3, 2016

"My2K Tour brings early 90s bands to Tuscaloosa" - The Crimson White

Article about the Tuscaloosa, AL stop of the My2KTour. Read below or click here for article.

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06.29.2016 | Serena Bailey

Four pop bands from the early 2000’s are teaming up this summer for the My2K Tour and will be stopping in Tuscaloosa on July 21.

98 Degrees, O-Town, Dream and Ryan Cabrera will perform at the Tuscaloosa Amphitheater at 8 p.m. Tickets range from $20 to $110, according to the tour's website.

One of the original boy bands of the late 90’s, 98 Degrees released their self-titled debut album in 1997, according to their website. In 2000, the group collaborated with Mariah Carey on the #1 single “Thank God I Found You,” which received a Grammy nomination. The band is well known for songs like “Give Me Just One Night (Una Noche)” and “Because of You.”

O-Town first gained success by being the stars of ABC’s “Making the Band.” Viewers got to watch the group from their inception to the release of their first singles “Liquid Dreams” and “All or Nothing,” both of which were #1 hits, according to the bio on the band's website. The band broke up in 2004 but reunited in 2013 to release a new a new album, “Lines and Circles,” for an independent label.

Dream, best known for their 2000 single “He Loves U Not,” was formed in 1998 and disbanded in 2003. The all-girl group gained early success via MTV’s hit request show “TRL.” They reunited in 2015 and are currently working on a new album scheduled to be released this year, according to an interview on E! Online.

Singer-songwriter Ryan Cabrera released his first major album, “Take it All Away, in 2004. In recent years, he’s become well known for his web series “Live From Ryan’s Living Room,” where he broadcasts live performances, with special guests like Colbie Caillat, Gavin DeGraw and We The Kings. Unlike the other bands on the My2K tour, Cabrera has been working steadily since his debut having released his latest EP, “Wake Up Beautiful” last year, according to the artist's website.

O-Town hosts 107.5 The River radio show

Yesterday the guys were are the 107.5 The River's station. They were guest hosting and the station released this video of them in the studio.

Monday, June 27, 2016

VIP Acoustic Set List Released

O-Town released the set list for the VIP package. The songs sang in this set list will only be done in the VIP package so make sure to get your VIP upgrade.

Thursday, June 23, 2016

"Dream to perform with 98 Degrees and O-Town on My2K summer tour" - Digital Journal

Article about the upcoming My2KTour. Read below or click here for the article.
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06.19.2016 | Markos Papadatos

All-female pop group Dream will be performing on this year's summer My2K tour, along with O-Town, 98 Degrees and Ryan Cabrera.

They are best known for their gold-certified single, "He Loves U Not," which peaked at No. 2 on the Billboard Hot 100 charts, as well as their Top 40 hit "This Is Me." They were the first girl group retired from MTV's TRL (Total Request Live).

"Flash back to the millennium when these pop bands perform in Macon" - The Telegraph

Article about the Macon, GA stop of the My2KTour. Read below or click here for the article.

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Relive pop music at the turn of the millennium with the MY2K tour coming to Macon in July.

Boy bands 98 Degrees and O-Town, along with girl band Dream, will take the Grand Opera House stage July 23. Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. June 10 and cost $59.50. A VIP upgrade, which includes a meet-and-greet and acoustic performance with 98 Degrees, is available for an additional $99.

Tickets may be purchased at the Grand Opera House, located at 651 Mulberry Street, or by phone at 478-301-5470 weekdays from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Tickets also are available online at

James Corden mentions O-Town again

James Corden mentions O-Town again. This time when he was being interviewed by Vogue. He was asked If he was in a boyband what would it be called and who would be in it. His answer was "Insatiable" (because you just can't get enough) and it would be with the remaining four members of O-Town. See the video below or click here to go to the original article.

"'TRL' lives again as summer concert season sets its sights on millennial nostalgia" - LA Times

Article mentioning the LA stop of the My2KTour. Read below or click here to go to the original article.

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06.05.2016 | Gerrick D. Kennedy

98 Degrees -- Justin Jeffre, left, Jeff Timmons, Nick Lachey and Drew Lachey -- during their late '90s peak as teen pop heartthrobs. (Los Angeles Times)
For pop music fans born in the late ’80s, there isn’t a summer more pivotal than 1999.

Boy band heartthrobs and pop princesses were all the rage. MTV’s “Total Request Live” was required after-school viewing. Nickelodeon even sponsored the first music festival catered to kids, headlined by boy band 98 Degrees.

Nearly two decades later, those same “kids” are still spending their money on music festivals -- but now with a nostalgic bent.

Nineties hip-hop label Bad Boy has launched a tour. Gwen Stefani and Eve will hit the road. Even boy band 98 Degrees is taking advantage of aughts fever this summer with a new outing.

“It seems like the nostalgia thing is becoming the in vogue way to tour these days,” said 98 Degrees’ Nick Lachey.

Lachey and 98 Degrees will top-line the My2K Tour, launching in July, which pairs them with former teen-dreams who once dominated “TRL,” including Ryan Cabrea, O-Town and Dream.

"O-Town, Dream, & Ryan Cabrera Are Prepping New Music For Their My2K Nostalgia-rific Summer Tour" - Bustle

Article discussing the My2KTour. Read below or click here to go to the original article.

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06.03.2016 | Kaitlin Reily

As with any child who grew up jamming to boy bands and girl groups, pop music of the '00s will always hold a special place in my heart. Before there was Apple Music and when Drake was still starring as Jimmy Brooks onDegrassi, it was boy band O-Town, guitar-strumming singer-songwriter Ryan Cabrera, and girl group Dream whose music blasted out of our boomboxes (the original iHomes) and took over the radio airwaves. We may not be able to go back to that musical time in our lives, but fortunately, the bands and artists that we loved haven't gone anywhere. 98 Degrees, O-Town, Ryan Cabrera, and Dream are uniting this summer for the MY2K Tour, a concert series guaranteed to give you all the nostalgic feels and get some classic '00s pop songs stuck in your head all over again. These artists are getting prepared for their crazy awesome new tour, and they're spilling details about what they're doing to bring back the '00s to their concert stage.

If you thought that these pop stars would be unsure about what classics to bring back to the stage, it turns out that they actually have the opposite problem — they don't know what to leave behind! According to O-Town's Jacob Underwood, via an email:
"We’ve been touring with our hour and a half set now so for the summer tour our biggest problem is deciding what to cut! We’ve prepped a really fun live mash up featuring some covers along with some of our older stuff that we really think our fans will enjoy."

Friday, June 10, 2016

New Georgia date added!

O-Town posted on Facebook that a new Georgia date has been added to the My2K tour on 7/23! Click here for tickets or click here for all the tour dates and ticket info.

Thursday, June 2, 2016

"11 Early '00s Pop Music Video Dance Routines That Every Millennial Wanted To Learn" - Bustle

Article where Bustle lists the best dance routines from the early '00s. O-Town's Liquid Dreams comes in at #7. Read below for their section of the article or click here to read the full article.

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05.28.2016 | Sophie Atkinson

In the early aughts, you were nobody in pop if your music video didn't include an elaborate, over-choreographed mass dance routine. In those lazy, hazy days of 2000-2005, extra status points were won via, a, complicated constructs to incorporate your dance into the video narrative (think: Jennifer Lopez "Love Don't Cost A Thing" postcard dance troop or *NSYNC-as-puppets in "Bye Bye Bye") and b, matching outfits, a la Christina Aguilera's troop of sexy girl-boxers in "Dirrty" or B2K's mass denim look in "Uh Huh." But those days are gone. Today's pop royalty, whether Justin Bieber or Selena Gomez or Ariana Grande, insist on painfully dance-free music videos. I have zero idea if these artists are sexy, cool, lithe in the sack or if their crew's tight. There are no clues anymore.

Have music video choreographers gone the same way as travel agents, saxophonists, and print journalists? Did music video choreography emit its final gasp when none of us were even listening? Ugh, probably.

So, without further ado, let's revisit the best dance routines the early '00s had to offer us. The ones you practiced for hours in front of your bedroom mirror so you could "effortlessly" introduce it at the next school dance.


7. "Liquid Dreams" – O-Town

The dance routine was as brazenly sexual as this song's title (seriously, this song's title: wut?). But still so simple, so temptingly, temptingly simple.

Wednesday, June 1, 2016

"Exclusive: My2K Tour Stars Share Band Rituals Before Hitting The Stage" - Buzznet

Jacob and Holly from Dream share some pre-show rituals. Read below for Jacob's portion of the article or click here to go to the original article.

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05.31.2016 | Tina Roumeliotis

“We always clear the dressing room for about 30 minutes to focus on the show and make sure everyone’s good to go. Maybe discuss something we want to try during the show or something we might want to fix from the night before. But before we leave the room we always pray, give a little bro his and say something like, “Love you buddy, have a good show, and don’t fu*k up.” Or something endearing like that. – Jacob Underwood, O-Town

Wednesday, May 25, 2016

"Interview: Jacob Underwood Talks O-Town Reunion | Touring | New Music | & My 2k Tour | & More w/ @MFWERadio" - My Fierce Wings Radio

Radio interview with Jacob. Hear below or click here to see the original post.
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Monday, May 23, 2016

"98 Degrees, O-Town, Dream and Ryan Cabrera to do concert at Portsmouth Pavilion" - The Virginian Pilot

Article mentioning the Portsmouth, VA stop of the MY2K Tour. Read below or click here for the article.
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05.16.2016 | Dan Duke

Boy band alert!

The Portsmouth Pavilion is bringing in 98 Degrees, O-Town, Dream and Ryan Cabrera for a concert on July 26.

In the late 1990s and early 2000s, 98 Degrees was a hit machine, with singles such as “Because of You,” “I Do,” “The Hardest Thing” and “Give Me Just One Night (Una Noche).”

O-Town was the centerpiece of the ABC reality show “Making the Band,” and Trevor Penick, Jacob Underwood, Erik-Michael Estrada, Ashley Parker Angel, and Dan Miller went on to release hit singles “Liquid Dreams” and “All or Nothing.”

The all-girl band Dream (“He Loves U Not”) and Ryan Cabrera (“On the Way Down,” “True” and “Shine On”) round out the lineup.

The tour is being billed as My2K, and tickets go on sale Friday at 10 a.m. at the Portsmouth Pavilion box office and Ticketmaster locations, by phone at 800-745-3000 or online at

​Dan Duke, 757-446-2545,

Wednesday, May 18, 2016

Two new dates added to My2K Tour!

Two new My2K Tour dates were announced today on the official My2K Tour's social media. Tickets for on sale this Friday (Presale Thursday). See below for the tweet and click here for all the tour dates.

"O, sue me - O-Town pop star comes home to San Diego" - San Diego Reader

Interview with Jacob. Read below or click here for the article.
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05.18.2016 | Patrick Henderson

O-Town made it...until their manager kept their money. “He later went to jail,” says San Diego’s Jacob Underwood (in hat).

A lot of musicians feel they have to leave San Diego in order to “make it.” Jacob Underwood felt he made it when he was able to move back.

“I live in the Gaslamp, but we recorded our last album over near College Avenue,” Underwood says. “This city has everything I need. I’ve always wanted to move back, and I spent 16 years working so I could.”

Underwood grew up in the Granite Hills area of El Cajon, but moved to Orlando, Florida, to be a member of the pop group O-Town during the declining days of the boy-band era.

The group was formed for the ABC reality show Making the Band. For a while, the band did make it. In 2000, O-Town hit No. 10 on the pop charts with “Liquid Dreams,” and in 2001 they reached No. 3 with “All Or Nothing.”

Tuesday, May 10, 2016

"Lupus LA Presents the Orange Ball: A Night of Superheroes" - Haute Living

Article about the Lupus LA event mentioning Jacob and Trevor's attendance. Read below or click here to go to the article.
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05.09.2016 | Laura Schreffler

Celebrities, studio executives and supporters of the lupus cause came together for Lupus LA’s largest fundraising event of the year, The Orange Ball: A Night of Superheroes on Saturday night at the iconic New York Street at FOX Studios.

Hosted by Terrence Jenkins, celebrities on hand to help celebrate and raise money included Michael B. Jordan, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Kristen Johnston, Fear The Walking Dead’s Lorenzo Henrie, David Henrie, Wayne Knight, O-Town’s Jacob Underwood and Trevor Penick, Dream’s Melissa Schuman, The Original’s Haley Ramm, Taylor Spreitler, Sophie Tweed-Simmons, Elisabeth Harnois, Grandfathered’s Kelly Jenrette, Ray Donovan’sHeather McComb, Lupus LA Ambassador Meredith Monroe, country singer Brian Hughes and Lupus LA Ambassador Ali Hillis.

Monday, May 9, 2016

VIP packages NOW ON SALE!

O-Town VIP packages for the upcoming My2K tour are now available for purchase on O-Town's website. Get your before they run out!

Saturday, May 7, 2016

"10 Reasons You Shouldn’t Feel Ashamed To Blow Your Paycheck On The MY2K Tour" - Elite Daily

Funny article about reasons you should spend your money on the My2K tour. We particularly like #6 ;). Read below or click here to go to the article.

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05.03.2016 | Ali Leal

Just when you thought the posters on your teenage bedroom walls had hung up their platforms and muscle tees for good, the pop stars aligned and brought us the MY2K Tour. This summer, 98 Degrees will be hitting memory lane (and other major highways) with O-Town, Dream and Ryan Cabrera.

I called out of work the day after the news broke because of heart palpitations. I also really wanted to brush up on lyrics and see if I could find any butterfly hair clips on eBay. Those things take time. This nostalgia-dusted lineup claimed the hearts of many years ago, and they still have them. Now, they just beat to a different ballad.

Before you hit puberty, you probably saw 98 Degrees in concert, sang along to every song on It Was All A Dream through your neon braces, cried when you missed O-Town in your city and were way too invested in Ryan Cabrera’s relationship with Ashlee Simpson. Not much has changed.

Nowadays, you spend your Sunday afternoons indulging in marathons of “The Newlyweds,” stalk the Dream ladies on Instagram for outfit inspiration, have Twitter notifications enabled for each O-Town hunk and contemplate getting a Ryan Cabrera tattoo daily. The MY2K Tour is your chance to show how far you’ve come since trading in your training bra.

"Interview: Erik-Michael Estrada from O-Town talks My2k tour" - Digital Journal

Interview with Erik about the My2K tour. Read below or click here to go to the article.
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05.03.2016 | Markos Papadatos

Erik-Michael Estrada from the acclaimed pop group O-Town chatted with Digital Journal about their upcoming My2k summer tour with 98 Degrees.

Regarding their My2k summer tour, Estrada said, "There is a lot of solidarity right now with all the bands. We realize that there is such a small fraternity of us, and we just try to support each other on all of our ventures."

Wednesday, May 4, 2016

"O-TOWN Tour Demands Are ALL '90S OR NOTHING" - TMZ

TMZ released an article stating what O-Town's supposed tour demands. Read the comical article below or click here.

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05.02.2016 | TMZ Staff

O-Town's either stuck in the '90s or they just have a great sense of humor about their upcoming tour.

The boy band's hitting the road with 98 Degrees, Dream and Ryan Cabrera for the nostalgic MY2K Tour and their rider is filled with throwback items like a '90s boombox "to play their sweet cassette collection" ... and a Nintendo 64 to "play GoldenEye."

Other backstage demands include cases of local beer, assorted liquors, 5 cans of silly string and a back scratcher.

Most bizarre on their list is definitely the kitty litter and wet cat food "for the stray cats the band takes in while on the road."

That's gotta be code.

Monday, May 2, 2016

"O-Town to embark on My2k tour with 98 Degrees, Ryan Cabrera" - Digital Journal

Article discussing the New York stops of the My2K tour. Read below or click here to go to the original article.
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05.01.2016 | Markos Papadatos

Pop group O-Town will be joining Grammy-nominated pop quartet 98 Degrees and other musical acts on their My2K summer tour.

On August 11, 98 Degrees, O-Town, Dream and Ryan Cabrera will be playing the NYCB Theatre at Westbury on Long Island, and on August 17, they will make a concert stop at the Coney Island Amphitheater in Coney Island, Brooklyn.