98 Degrees

98 Degrees came out with its first holiday album ‘This Christmas’ in 1999. Now the band has released a second Christmas venture called ‘Let it Snow.’

98 DEGREES AT CHRISTMAS

BORGATA’S MUSIC BOX // 9 P.M. SATURDAY, NOV. 25

WHO ARE THEY: Following in the footsteps of successful boy bands like Backstreet Boys, Hanson and ‘N Sync, 98 Degrees emerged with their debut single “Invisible Man” in 1997, and the song made it to No. 12 on the Billboard Hot 100. It was a promising start for sure, but paled in comparison of the success of their 1998 album “98 Degrees and Rising,” which went platinum four times over. It contained the hit songs “Because of You” and “The Hardest Thing.” In January of 2000 the group was featured on the chart-topping Mariah Carey single “Thank God I Found You” and later that year 98 Degrees scored a No. 2 single with “Give Me Just One Night (Una Noche).” The album “Revelation” went double platinum.

WHAT TO EXPECT: 98 Degrees will bring a Christmas flavor to their show at Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa on Saturday night. The boy band, whose members are now in their 40s, will perform yuletide favorites from their new album “Let it Snow” along with all of their hits.

WEBSITE: 98Degrees.com

SHOW INFO: Tickets are $69 and $79.

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Associate Editor, At The Shore/ACWeekly

Freelance reporter for At The Shore/Atlantic City Insiders from 2011-2015; Editor in Chief, MainStreetMarlboro.com,2014-2015; Writer for Zagat, 2013

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