O-TOWN -- Former Boy Band Finds A Successful Second Chapter

Apr 28, 2017


“A LOOK AT THE ARTS with Tom Lounges” originally aire on FRIDAY, APRIL 28, 2017



American boy band -- O-TOWN -- performs TONIGHT at Theatre at the Center (TATC) in Munster for a one night only concert.  That's tonight -- Friday, April 28 -- show time is  7:30 pm.

O-TOWN member JACOB UNDERWOOD is my call in guest today to discuss the current show, the new music, the glory days of the early 2000s, and what is was that prompted the guys (now in their mid-30s) to reunite in 2014 for what has become a successful "second chapter" of the O-TOWN saga.

O-TOWN -- featuring ERIK-MICHAEL ESTRADA, TREVOR PENICK, JACOB UNDERWOOD, and DAN MILLER -- originally formed in 2000 during the first season of ABC-TV’s "Making the Band," one of the first reality shows on a major network.  

The hit program chronicled the formation and rise to success of a boy band whose first singles "Liquid Dreams" and "All or Nothing" achieved platinum sales success, along with their debut album.  Breaking up in 2004 to pursue individual endeavors, the foursome recently reunited to making music together once again.  A new fourth studio album is in the works.