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O-Town got their start on the ABC reality series Making the Band which offered viewers a behind-the-scenes look at the creation of a boy band. The group recently got back together after a hiatus and released their latest album 'Lines & Circles'.Buy Tickets
O-Town got their start on the ABC reality series Making the Band which offered viewers a behind-the-scenes look at the creation of a boy band. The group recently got back together after a hiatus and released their latest album 'Lines & Circles'.
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In 1999, ABC began airing one of the first reality shows in major network history, “Making the Band”, which chronicled the formation and rise to success of the boy band, Otown. The public tuned in to watch as Trevor Penick, Jacob Underwood, Erik-Michael Estrada, Ashley Parker Angel, & Dan Miller signed with Clive Davis’ J Records, released the #1 singles “Liquid Dreams” and “All or Nothing”, and achieved platinum success with their debut album. Despite their success, the band broke up in 2004 both to escape an unfair record contract and to pursue individual endeavors.
After a crash course in the entertainment industry in their early twenties, the guys have enjoyed branching off into different facets of the entertainment business. Their first experience left them with a desire to become more educated, seeing first hand how incredibly complicated (and sometimes corrupt) the industry can be. And now, after 10 years apart, Trevor, Jacob, Erik, and Dan are reuniting as friends with a renewed passion for making music together again.
“This one’s for the fans and everyone who supported us from the beginning.” -Otown