Multi million selling vocal group O-Town are back and today announce they will be playing their first live show in the UK in over a decade.
Originally formed on ABC reality show 'Making The Band', which chronicled their formation and rise to fame, O-Town became the first signing to legendary music industry executive Clive Davis' newly formed J-Records. Their eponymous debut album sold 1.7 million copies, and they had two American #1 hits - Liquid Dreams and All or Nothing. They notched up a further 5 UK top 40 hits and went on to sell a staggering three million albums during their 4 year career.
After a crash course in the music industry in their early twenties, Trevor Penick, Jacob Underwood, Erik-Michael Estrada, & Dan Miller are now finally reunited as friends with a renewed passion for performing and making music together. Jacob says 'The UK was one of the countries that really embraced O-Town and we have never forgotten that, can't wait to be back on the 13th!'
O-Town play Under The Bridge, London on 13th June. Tickets are priced at o20
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