98 Degrees spreads Christmas cheer at Hard Rock Rocksino (photos)
CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Ohio's own 98 Degrees kicked off their 10-date holiday tour in support of their latest Christmas album, "Let It Snow," Thursday night at the Rocksino in Northfield. The four heartthrobs from the late '90s offered up a packed 90-minute show which included a mix of fun holiday songs from their latest album and 1999's "This Christmas," as well as their own hits.
It’s been a while since 98 Degrees released its first full-length Christmas album, the million-selling, “This Christmas,” back in 1999.
The guys in this boy band were crazy busy in those days. From 1997 to 2002 they sold 10 million records, scored a chart-topping single, “Thank God I Found You,” with Mariah Carey, and worked with Stevie Wonder on “True to Your Heart” for Disney’s animated movie, “Mulan.”
Photos: A night of Y2K pop with 98 Degrees and more in West Valley City
The reunited hit 1990s boy band 98 Degrees — made up of brothers Nick and Drew Lachey, Justin Jeffre and Jeff Timmons — brought their MY2K Tour to the Maverik Center in West Valley City on Tuesday. Fellow boy band O-Town, pop-rock singer Ryan Cabrera and girl band Dream were also on the bill. Here are photos from the show.
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