O-Town Reunion in the Works After More Than a Decade

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It’s been over ten years since “Making of the Band” group O-Town was releasing popular music and touring around the world. One of the earlier, moderately successful boy bands from the early 2000s is now planning a comeback, but it’ll be far from the original version.

According to The Huffington Post, Erik-Michael Estrada, Dan Miller, Trevor Penick and Jacob Underwood are planning to drop an “All or Nothing” nothing remix entitled “Four out of Five or Nothing”. Why “Four out of Five”? Frontman Ashley Parker Angel, who whiffed on his solo career, will not be part of the project. As you may remember, Parker Angel was the subject of an MTV reality series in which he tried to launch his solo career. The show was about as memorable as you can imagine.

It’s been more than a decade that the band has been apart, but they’ve decided to give music a-go again. Their re-launched website simply states “O-Town is back!”. The band officially broke up in 2004 after a couple of moderately successful albums in 2001 and 2002 respectively. As to why Parker Angel isn’t joining the fun, we’re yet to find out. However, keep an eye out for the re-emergence of O-Town!

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