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Boy band, O-Town, announces plans to reunite

By Rebekah Penner ,

Reunions appear to be on the rise. The boy band from the early 2000s, O-Town, is planning a comeback after splitting up a decade ago.

The band that proved successful from the TV show Making the Band have announced that they have plans to record new music and have updated their website, reported WENN.

Different than last time, however, the band has come back together without their frontman, Ashley Parker Angel, who pursued a solo career in 2006 and worked with MTV to film his reality TV show, according to the Huffington Post.

Original members, Erik-Michael Estrada, Dan Miller, Trevor Penick, and Jacob Underwood promoted their reunion with a new video stating, “It’s kind of now or never.” The band’s last album, O2 was released in 2002. Prior to this album, the band released their first album, “O-Town,” in 2001. The band split up in 2004 due to contract issues and personal issues.

Previously the band has been known for the singles, “Liquid Dreams,” and “All or Nothing.”

 
 

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