Nick Lachey to Perform on Oprah December 5; DECEMBER TV APPEARANCES ON NBC'S SPECIALS CHRISTMAS IN ROCKEFELLER CENTER AND CLASH OF THE CHOIRS
Nov 27, 2007
Jive recording artist Nick Lachey is set to perform the Diane Warren penned track "Ordinary Day" on Oprah Wednesday, December 5. "Ordinary Day" will be featured in promo spots on an upcoming Harpo production.
On Wednesday, November 28, Nick will be co-hosting Christmas in Rockefeller Center on NBC (8 PM ET/PT) along with Ashley Tisdale (Disney's "High School Musical 1 and 2") and Al Roker (NBC's "Today Show"). This year is Rockefeller Center's 75th annual tree-lighting celebration.
In December, Nick will go back to his hometown of Cincinnati, Ohio and assemble a choir for NBC's Clash of the Choirs. Five celebrities return to their hometowns to assemble an amateur choir and prepare them to compete in a four night competition (December 17 - 20) for the title of America's best choir. The winning choir will also receive a cash reward to a charitable cause in the winning choir's community.
Nick released his solo album, What's Left Of Me, on May 9, 2006. It debuted at #2 on the Billboard Album Chart. The album generated two Top 5 singles "What's Left Of Me" and "I Can't Hate You Anymore." He is currently working on his follow up album with Dan Muckala, Kara DioGuardi and Eman Kiriakou due for release in 2008.
SOURCE: Jive Records
CONTACT: Gina Orr of Zomba Label Group, +1-310-449-2650; or Shawn Sachs
of Sunshine Sachs Consultants, +1-212-691-2800, both for Jive Records