New Kids on the Block - Boyband Royalty Return
These US teen heartthrobs enjoyed an amazing run of success in the
1980s and '90s, selling more than 80 million records and winning countless awards. 20 years on from their original split,
the lads are back and doing what they do best - belting out amazing anthems such as 'Hangin' Tough' and 'Step by Step' to
their legions of adoring fans.
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New Kids on the Block Biography - Back on Top
After impressing at intensive auditions run
by music mogul Maurice Starr, the members of this legendary pop act came together in the mid-'80s, built around slick singer
Donnie Wahlberg, brothers Jordan and Jonathan Knight, Danny Wood and Joey McIntyre. Although not an instant success, they
scored breakthrough success with their second LP Hangin' Tough and lead track 'Please Don't Go Girl', which rocketed
into the US Top 10 off the back of huge radio play. This began a huge run of success, which saw them become the first teen
group to score five Top 10 hits from the same LP and win multiple American Music Awards and Grammy nominations.
they entered the '90s, the band became a truly international phenomenon, crashing the UK Top 10 and hitting Number One in
Japan. Riding the wave of success with songs such as 'Let's Try It Again' and 'Call It What You Want', they eventually disbanded
following the release of 1994's Face the Music after a decade at the top. However, their lasting legacy ensured a comeback
was always on the cards - and they returned in 2008 for a reunion tour and album.
The Block went straight to
the top of the pop charts, while support slots with Lady Gaga also followed. Enjoy a little slice of nostalgia for yourself
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