Going back to where the love all began. I mean, technically, they started with "Invisible Man," but I'm trying to drive hits here people. Plus, this is the launching point, and we all know it.
No worries, this week is over tonight, because I'M SEEING THEM TONIGHT... and then we start Hanson-poloza, because they're next week. =)
I almost went for the stretch and used a song from "Rent" for today, since Joey McIntire was in it at one point (so was Drew Lachey, and I missed it!). But, in effort to better understand the longest part of the show I'll be seeing TOMORROW NIGHT, I picked a random New Kids song from their latest album. So we get this one today, "Survive You." It's a slower one; a classic sad boy band one. Whew, they still have it.
I absolutely adore this track. It's, in my opinion, the best song on the newest album, 2.0. And if you've been under a rock, YES they finally have a new album out!
This song is stunning. It's about being in love, loosing love, and realizing that love makes you a better person. It's gorgeous in composition, and of course these guys bring harmonies like no other group can do.
And while I'd like to not allow them in this week's line-up of boy bands, since they are an R&B group, I'm seeing them on Thursday, so there's just no way around it!
Okay, this is a stretch for boy band week, but when you think about cute boys who can sing, who better than NPH??
Also, THE TONY'S ARE TONIGHT!!! How will you be celebrating??
And because I love y'all, here's the amazing 2011 opening too!
Possibly one of my favorites EVER.
I'll always have a special place in my heart for Boyz II Men. They always had these incredible harmonies, even if so many of their songs could basically make you cry before the end of the first chorus. Because it's Saturday though, I wanted to go with something a little more upbeat, and this one's a classic!
Welcome to Boy Band week!! And by that, I mean the three I'll be seeing on the 13th - New Kids on the Block, Boyz II Men, and 98 DEGREES. Guess which one's my favorite? =)
So NKOTB was a little before my time, just barely, and I'm going to have to do my homework to prep for this concert as far as they go. But for now, let's start with the one song I'm pretty familiar with. The one that they thought they were little toughies for. Awwww.
Because songs define our moments.