Nick Lachey And Big Morning Buzz Live‘s Favorite Performances Of The Season

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It’s been a great year and a lot of fun on the set of Big Morning Buzz Live. As the current season draws to a close ahead of summer, Nick Lachey, Jim Shearer and the production staff look back on a number of buzzworthy live performances to pick their favorites of 2014. Everyone from Sam Smith to Pharrell Williams took the stage as Lachey and Shearer introduced fans to the hottest new bands and artists each morning. “This cycle we had some of the best, coolest artists perform in our studio,” says Associate Producer Sofia Gomes. We couldn’t agree more! The show saw no limits to genre, attitude, style and even studios. And nothing really beats The Fray performing on a bus. How is that for a musical version of Snakes on a Plane?

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Lachey + Oates? Big Morning Buzz Live’s Nick Lachey Sings “Out Of Touch” With John Oates

There’s nothing we love than a sweet collaboration between two musical souls and that’s what we got this morning on Big Morning Buzz Live. Host Nick Lachey joined forces with tonight’s Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee John Oates on a stripped down, “modern” cover of the Hall & Oates hit song, “Out of Touch.

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Nick Lachey Ditches Pop Music For Hair Metal + Steel Panther

On Big Morning Buzz Live, Nick Lachey traded in his boy band days for the hair metal world of Steel Panther. He joined the band for an epic performance of “The Burden of Being Wonderful.” We have to admit Sweet Nicky looked pretty sexy rocking alongside lead singer Michael Starr. Sadly, we don’t think Lachey will stick with the look even if it would make for a pretty great change of pace.

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Nick Lachey + VH1 Spend Time At PS 334 To Help Save The Music

On Saturday, March 22nd, Big Morning Buzz Live host and 98 Degrees frontman Nick Lachey partnered with VH1 to give young students a chance to explore their love of music. The network hosted its third annual VH1 Save The Music Foundation Family Day at New York City’s The Anderson School, PS 334. A father himself, Lachey spent the day traveling the halls of PS 334, meeting students and taking hundreds of pictures with fans of all ages. Lachey even had the chance to re-explore his love of the saxophone, an instrument he hasn’t played in nearly 20 years.

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Watch Regis Philbin + Nick Lachey Serenade Vanessa Minnillo

On Big Morning Buzz Live, host Nick Lachey and special guest Regis Philbin provided Vanessa Minnillo with special treat. She was the unsuspecting honoree of a duet by the two singers. The whole thing was prompted by a fan who asked if the two men would ever sing together and, of course, Philbin being the showman that he is jumped on the idea. But they couldn’t possibly sing a duet to each other so they found Nick Lachey’s wife, who happened to be in the audience with their son Camden. After she handed off her adorable son, she took center stage and tried hard not to swoon. Watch their performance of Frank Sinatra’s “It Had To Be You” above.

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New Kids On The Block, Boyz II Men And 98 Degrees To Star In The Boy Band Tour Of Your Dreams

NKOTB To Tour With 98 Degrees and Boyz II Men

The New Kids on the Block may have lost their most recent tour buddies to the recording studio but it appears they’re still operating under the principle that two (or more) boy bands are better than one. Yes, NKOTB is hitting the road in 2013, and once again they have invited some pals who know what it’s like to have female fans faint in their presence and tattoo their names to their own skin.

Boyz II Men and 98 Degrees will join New Kids on the Block for 28 swoon-worthy nights this summer, akin to those previously confined to our dreams–the kind that usually happen after one two many glasses of red and multiple engagement notifications on Facebook. But this–this!–is why we stick with boy bands through thick and thin: they always come back to us. The group announced the 2013 tour Tuesday morning on The View and is housing all the information you’ll ever need on the subject in a neat and devilishly-named site called The Package. Allow your mind to wander…

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