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article image98 Degrees talks Christmas songs, surprises Red Cross volunteers Special

By Markos Papadatos     Nov 29, 2017 in Music
New York - Multi-platinum recording group 98 Degrees chatted with Digital Journal about their favorite songs from their new holiday album. They also surprised Red Cross volunteers in New York City with Masterpass by Mastercard.
When asked about their personal favorite Christmas songs from their new holiday album, Let It Snow, each group member had a different answer. Nick Lachey picked "Mary, Did You Know?" and Justin Jeffre went with their rendition of Joni Mitchell's "River." Jeff Timmons selected "O Little Town of Bethlehem," while Drew Lachey chose their single "Season of Love."
98 Degrees in New York City
98 Degrees in New York City
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Nick, Drew, Justin, and Jeff of 98 Degrees brought their holiday cheers to the Red Cross volunteers in New York City with Masterpass by Mastercard. The Grammy-nominated pop group met and hang out with some of their biggest fans at the American Red Cross offices in New York, and they did an a cappella performance of several holiday classics; moreover, they purchased gifts for their guests with Masterpass.
98 Degrees in New York City
98 Degrees in New York City
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On November 26, 98 Degrees performed at the NYCB Theatre at Westbury on Long Island, as part of their "98 Degrees at Christmas" Tour. Their show garnered a glowing review from Digital Journal, which described it as "spectacular."
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98 Degrees
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98 Degrees' Let It Snow album is available on iTunes and on Amazon.
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