Nick's strong character, including ceaseless faith in his own makings, plays
a significant role in his way to stardom. Born in Cincinnati 2 years ago, he
moves to Los Angeles with no shoulder to lean on in search of his big
chance. Driven by his passion for soul-music Nick gives himself a number of
make it to the big scene. Becoming one-fourth of the vocal group sensation
98º, gives him the chance to realize his dreams. However, being a member of
group does not provide him with that ample space to show the most of his
makings. That lack of creative space takes him to the release of his
debut solo album, where Nick clearly shows to the public his fluid vocals in
the shape of deeply-moving melodies. The album spawns a number of catchy
that differ from the singer's previous ballad production with the group.
Nick's fans greatly applauds song like "Shut Up", that stands out with its
slap bass and elastic guitar, "Carry On", featuring anthemic guitars and
uplifting lyrics, "On And On", grabbing with its piano vocals. Among the
contents "Edge Of Eternity" excels as a touchy Rhythm and Blues love message to Nick's
partner, pop princess Jessica Simpson, whom he gets married to in October,
Nick's words, his first solo record achievement represents a significant
transition for him. Nick's latest release is the CD single This I swear,
the theme song from the hit show "The Newly Weds".
Jessica Simpson and Nick Lachey dispelled some ugly rumors about
their stable marriage, by rejecting a statement that she had filed for
divorce from her
husband. The false news was published by E! Online that turned to the couple
with a public apology. May 26, 2005.
America's sweethearts, Nick Lachey and Jessica Simpson, will take part in
two special musical performances in front of the troops at the Ramstein
Airbase in Germany and those serving in Iraq. The events named "Nick and
Jessica's Tour of Duty" will air on May 23rd on the ABC Television Network
May 12, 2005
| 98 Degrees member Nick Lachey denied Wednesday, during a co-hosting gig on the syndicated TV show "Live With Regis and Kelly," rumors about him and his wife Jessica Simpson splitting up.