Ever since winning the first season of MTV's Making the Band, millennial boy band O-Town have lived up to the promise of the title. Hits like "Liquid Dreams" and "We Fit Together" proved that their talent as vocalists and dancers could carry them far beyond the limits of reality TV, and their pitch-perfect performances on tour established them as legitimate artists. The band always satisfies on tour with their sharp choreography, and airtight harmonies, and coordinated looks. With their first album in more than ten years hitting shelves in 2014, ticket buyers can expect them deliver their most spectacular live shows yet.
O-Town emerged in 2000 as a result of the first season of MTV's Making the Band, here 25 contestants competed for five coveted spots in the band. After the dust settled O-Town was born, comprised of Ashley Parker Angel, Jacob Underwood, Erik-Michael Estrada, Trevor Penick, and Dan Miller. (might work better with flipping the head like this -your call," After the dust settled O-Town was born, comprised of Ashley Parker Angel, Jacob Underwood, Erik-Michael Estrada, Trevor Penick, and Dan Miller.) The second and third seasons of the show followed the group as they released their self-titled debut debut LP, which landed at No. 5 on the Billboard 200 and landed four singles on the charts including "Liquid Dreams" and "All or Nothing". The band's 2002 sophomore album failed to perform as well, and in 2003 they broke up. But all hope was not lost -- in 2013 O-Town reunited with all of its original members except for Ashley Parker Angel, releasing their first new material in more than a decade and thrilling fans with a series of electrifying shows.