98 Degrees at Christmas
The Music Box
Atlantic City, NJ
With a name like 98 Degrees, one would think that the boy band would be loving the fact that it's still summertime. But as it turns out, the guys already have their mind on Christmas.
98 Degrees announced that they're making a second Christmas album, a follow-up to their 1999 platinum holiday record This Christmas. Christmas is coming two months early for 98 Degrees fans, as Let It Snow arrives Oct. 13.
With the band celebrating the 20th anniversary of their debut album this year, the group's Nick Lachey said in a statement that it feels like the perfect time to revisit their Christmas record and create a Volume Two. His brother and bandmate, Drew, added that the group agrees that This Christmas is their favorite record -- but in the eyes of the band's Jeffrey Timmons, what really made them want to create another Christmas album is the fact that holiday tunes are loved by all.