80s Boy Band Singer Joey McIntyre To Appear in 'Happy Days' Musical
The show's original creator Garry Marshall is producing the show at a theatre he owns in Burbank, California.
Best remembered for his stint as a member of 80s teen idols New Kids on the Block, singer McIntyre was born in Needham, Mass., on Dec. 31, 1972. He was just 13 when he joined the New Kids in 1985, three years later topping the pop charts with their second album Hangin' Tough; by 1991, the group even topped Forbes magazine's list of highest-paid entertainers.
However, as their fickle teen audience aged, the New Kids quickly fell out of commerical favor, and after unsuccessfully attempting to modernize their sound with 1994's Face the Music, the quintet disbanded. After next pursuing a career as an actor, McIntyre returned to music, and began composing his own material; his debut solo album, Stay the Same, appeared on Columbia in 1999.
(This news article provided by World Entertainment News Network)
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