CINCINNATI - A member of the boy band 98 Degrees says the group plans to return to the recording studio for its first album in a decade.
Drew Lachey tells The Cincinnati Enquirer the four singers will gather in Los Angeles in October to begin recording. He, brother Nick Lachey, Justin Jeffre and Jeff Timmons performed together last month on NBC's "Today" show and at a festival. Their last release was "Collection" in 2002.
Lachey says the group is developing a different style and sound, but that their harmonies will remain at the core of their music.
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