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Nick Lachey

As the Backstreet Boys and *NSYNC redefined pop music for the masses upon the closing of the 1990s, 98° were also making girls scream and swoon with their darling good looks and delightsome harmonies. Fronting the vocal group was the svelte charmer Nick Lachey. This onetime sports medicine major was a bona fide star thanks to his sensitive performance style, thus a career in Hollywood seemed destined for Lachey. Born Nicholas Scott Lachey on the border of Kentucky and Tennessee in fall 1973, he and his younger brother Drew excelled in sports and academics while attending Cincinnati's School for the Creative and Performing Arts. There, the Lachey brothers honed their vocal abilities, but it wasn't until Nick was a student at Miami University in Ohio that he found himself seriously considering a career in music. He and soon-to-be bandmate Jeff Timmons were invited to attend auditions for an up-and-coming vocal group in Los Angeles. Drew and pal Justin Jeffre jumped aboard shortly thereafter, and 98° was sired. The band went on to release four albums (all of which went platinum), and singles such as "My Everything," "Way You Want Me To," and "Give Me Just One Night (Una Noche)" became chart and radio favorites across North America. Just as the boy band phenomenon began winding down somewhat, Lachey felt it was time to focus on other artistic ventures. The second tenor married his longtime girlfriend, singer Jessica Simpson, in fall 2002 and launched a solo career. He and Simpson instantly became A-list celebrities when their MTV-based reality show, Newlyweds, captured American audiences in 2003. While their show was still going strong, Lachey issued his first album for Universal, the R&B/pop-flavored album SoulO, before the year's end. In between albums, Lachey tried his hand at acting. He appeared in several episodes of the WB's Charmed in 2004 and 2005, and a small part in the Nora Ephron comedy, Bewitched. Before the year's end, Lachey and Simpson announced their separation. In the midst of a tabloid field day, Lachey resumed his music career in spring 2006 with the release of his second album, a number two hit titled What's Left of Me. ~ MacKenzie Wilson
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Nick Lachey

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Albums by
Nick Lachey

Top Songs by
Nick Lachey

  1.   Song
  2.   What's Left of Me
  3.   This I Swear
  4.   Little Big Dreamer
  5.   I Can't Hate You Anymore
  6.   Ghosts
  7.   Brahm's Lullaby
  8.   Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let It Snow
  9.   Let Go
  10.   When You Wish Upon a Star
  11.   Another Day Is Done
  12.   All in My Head
  13.   Alone
  14.   Run to Me
  15.   Edge of Eternity
  16.   Give Me Just One Night (Una Noche)
  17.   Ordinary Day
  18.   Carry On
  19.   Once Upon a Time
  20.   Hush, Little Baby
  21.   Because I Told You So
  22.   Everywhere But Here
  23.   Beautiful
  24.   Shades of Blue
  25.   Open Your Eyes
  26.   What Christmas Means to Me by The Sing-Off Contestants
  27.   It's Alright
  28.   Don't Shut Me Out
  29.   Resolution
  30.   You're Not Alone
  31.   On Your Own
  32.   On and On
  33.   I Fall in Love Again
  34.   Could You Love
  35.   Edelweiss
  36.   Sleepy Eyes
  37.   Father's Lullaby
  38.   Patience
  39.   Did I Ever Tell You
  40.   Outside Looking In
  41.   You're the Only Place
  42.   Can't Stop Loving You
  43.   All Through the Night
  44.   Shut Up
  45.   It Had To Be You featuring Jewel
  46.   Dreamland
  47.   Godspeed (Sweet Dreams)
  48.   You Are My Sunshine
  49.   I Do It for You
  50.   Baby Mine
  51.   All the Pretty Little Horses

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