A: “We’re doing a full-on show with some other cool acts from the late-’90s and early-2000s. It’s one of those nostalgic tours but they’re all talented in their own respects and have fan bases of their own. We know them all and have worked with them all at different times. We know we’re all going to get along well on tour. Nobody has any super-inflated egos going on. Everybody is super cool, down to earth, hardworking and talented so we feel like we’ve got a nice little package.”
Q: What’s it like when you guys reconvene after a long break and start singing together?
A: “It’s like riding a bike. When we first started the group, we based ourselves on Boys II Men. We didn’t have instruments with us so we used our voices. We were primarily an a cappella group for the first few months until we got signed. If anything, throughout the course of the last 20 years we’ve gotten a little better individually because we’ve all been doing stuff so it’s really smooth when we get back together.”
Q: How does that feel when you guys lock in for the first time?
A: “There’s nothing better than being able to rely on these other guys you’ve gone through unique experiences with. It’s always good to be back with the guys. You can always depend on them. They always sound great and they’re always keeping up with the times. I’ve been really fortunate to have three other partners that have been as talented and successful.”