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Friday, June 9, 2017

"See Which Boy Band Crashed New Kids on the Block's Epic L.A. Show!" - 9 News Colorado

Article about O-Town performing at the NKOTN Anaheim show. Read below for a portion of the article or click here to go to the full article.

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05.29.2017 | Leena Tailor, ET

Crowd-surfing, stage-humping, ab-flaunting, mid-show selfies, birthday serenades, Christmas in May and even a cameo from another boy band!

Nothing was off-limits as New Kids on the Block celebrated the House of Blues' 25th anniversary with a sold-out, confetti-filled show in Anaheim, California, on Saturday.

Danny Wood kicked off the show by introducing a surprise opening set from O-Town, who ran through their biggest hits, but saved the best for last. "We know there's only one reason we're here," joked Jacob Underwood, before performing the 2001 chart-topper, "All Or Nothing."

But it was NKOTB's entrance to their catchy latest jam, "One More Night," from their new EP Thankful that triggered ear-piercing screams from the jam-packed audience.

Performing the biggest hits from their remarkable 33-year career -- including "Step By Step," "I'll Be Loving You (Forever)," and "Hangin' Tough" -- the quintet also treated fans to other favorites from their early albums, changing into throwback outfits, with Donnie Wahlberg sporting a denim romper.

O-Town returned to the stage to join the band in covering 2Pac's "California Love," and the group even pulled out tracks like "Peace to the World" from their 1989 holiday record Merry, Merry Christmas. "Every day is Christmas in New Kids land," explained Joey McIntyre, 44.