Members of New Kids on the Block and the Backstreet Boys debut a new collaborative album on a tour full of harmonies and choreography
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$28 for one ticket to see Nick Carter & Jordan Knight (up to $57.60 value)
You know Nick Carter as: one of the Backsteet Boys’ biggest heartthrobs, a successful solo artist and TV star, and perhaps as one of People Magazine’s “50 Most Beautiful People”
You know Jordan Knight as: the falsetto singer of New Kids on the Block who supplied the lead vocals on all of their biggest hits, and also as a successful solo artist and TV star
How they decided to team up: On a joint BSB/NKTOB tour—”They kept pairing us off in our choreography routines and we got to know each other better,” Carter told Rolling Stone . “We had a good chemistry. In the eyes of many people, I was like a blonde version of Jordan.”
Nick & Knight’s musical formula: a boy-band-turned-man-band blend of Nick’s old-school R&B influences (Boyz II Men) and Jordan’s older-school influences (New Addition), with a pinch of Nick’s rock ‘n roll swagger
What to expect onstage: material from their eponymous debut album, plus solo sets where Nick serenades fans on his guitar and Jordan takes to the piano
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