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Artist Countdown: New Kids On The Block Top 25 6pm ET

NKOTBNew Kids on the Block (also initialized as NKOTB) are an American boy band from Boston, Massachusetts, assembled in 1984 by producer Maurice Starr. The bands’ original name was Nynuk. The band consists of brothers Jordan and Jonathan Knight, Joey McIntyre, Donnie Wahlberg, and Danny Wood. New Kids on the Block enjoyed success in the late 1980s and early 1990s and have sold 80 million records worldwide. They won two American Music Awards in 1990 for Favorite Pop/Rock Band, Duo, or Group and Favorite Pop/Rock Album. After having disbanded in 1994, several attempts were made to get the group back together, all of them unsuccessful.

After secretly reuniting in 2007 and recording a new CD, the group released that new album and embarked on a concert tour in 2008. The album, entitled The Block, was released on September 2, 2008. New Kids on the Block was listed as number 16 on Rolling Stone’s Top 25 Teen Idol Breakout Moments. The group was on tour with the Backstreet Boys in 2011–2012 as NKOTBSB. The supergroup first performed live together on November 21, 2010 at the American Music Awards on ABC and again on 2011 New Year’s on ABC’s Dick Clark/Ryan Seacrest show. Along with the Backstreet Boys, the group is set to receive a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 2013.  (Source: Wikipedia)

1 You Got It (The Right Stuff)
2 Step by Step
3 I’ll Be Loving You (Forever)
4 Hangin’ Tough
5 Tonight
6 If You Go Away
7 This One’s for the Children
8 Cover Girl
9 Didn’t I (Blow Your Mind)
10 Let’s Try It Again
11 Dirty Dawg
12 Games
13 Summertime
14 Call It What You Want
15 Dirty Dancing
16 Please Don’t Go Girl
17 Single (featuring Ne-Yo)
18 The Whisper
19 2 in the Morning
20 Remix (I Like The)
21 Be My Girl
22 Stop It Girl
23 My Favorite Girl
24 Valentine Girl 
25 We Own Tonight


Feature Year 1972 6pm ET

Feature Year: 1972. 
January 5 – U.S. President Richard Nixon orders the development of a space shuttle program.
January 26 – Mahalia Jackson, African-American gospel singer (b. 1911) Died
January 27 – Mark Owen, British pop singer (Take That)
February 11 – Craig Jones, American musician
February 14 – ob Thomas, American singer-songwriter
February 17 – Volkswagen Beetle sales exceed those of the Ford Model-T when the 15,007,034th Beetle is produced.
February 17 – Billie Joe Armstrong, American rock musician and lead singer/guitarist (Green Day)
March 27 – Sharkey Bonano, American jazz musician (b. 1904) Died
April 3 – Ferde Grofé, American composer (b. 1882) Died
April 17 – The first Boston Marathon in which women are officially allowed to compete.
April 20 – Carmen Electra, American actress and singer
April 24 – Chad I Ginsburg, American musician and record producer (CKY)
May 2 – J. Edgar Hoover, American Federal Bureau of Investigation director (b. 1895) Died
May 4 – Mike Dirnt, American rock musician and bassist (Green Day)
May 8 – Darren Hayes, Australian musician
May 15 – Governor George C. Wallace of Alabama is shot by Arthur Herman Bremer at a Laurel, Maryland political rally.
May 19 – Jenny Berggren, Swedish rock singer (Ace of Base)
May 20 – Busta Rhymes, American musician and actor
May 20 – Andreas Lundstedt, Swedish singer and actor (Alcazar)
May 21 – The Notorious B.I.G., American musician (d. 1997)
June 2 – Wayne Brady, American comedian, singer
June 13 – Clyde McPhatter, American singer (b. 1932) Died
June 18 – Roger “Infernus” Tiegs, Norwegian black metal musician, original member of Gorgoroth
June 23 – Watergate Scandal: U.S. President Richard M. Nixon and White House chief of staff H. R. Haldeman are taped talking about using the C.I.A. to obstruct the F.B.I.’s investigation into the Watergate break-ins.
June 26 – Nolan Bushnell and Ted Dabney co-found Atari.
July 28 – Helen Traubel, American soprano (b. 1903) Died
August 1 – U.S. Senator Thomas Eagleton, the Democratic vice-presidential nominee, withdraws from the race after revealing he was once treated for mental illness.
August 3 – Patrik Isaksson, Swedish singer and songwriter
August 4 – Arthur Bremer is jailed for 63 years for shooting George Wallace.
August 6 – Geri Halliwell, British pop singer (Spice Girls)
August 12 – The last U.S. ground troops are withdrawn from Vietnam.
August 14 – Oscar Levant, American pianist and actor (b. 1906) Died
August 16 – Emily Robison, American country music performer (Dixie Chicks)
August 21 – The Republican National Convention in Miami Beach, Florida renominates U.S. President Richard Nixon and Vice President Spiro Agnew for a second term.
September 21 – Liam Gallagher, British singer (Oasis)
September 26 – Shawn Stockman, American singer and musician (Boyz II Men)
September 26 – Robert E. Dolan, American composer (b. 1906) Died
October 8 – R. Sargent Shriver is chosen to replace Thomas Eagleton as the U.S. vice-presidential nominee of the Democratic Party.
October 28 – Brad Paisley, American singer-songwriter and musician
November 7 – U.S. presidential election, 1972: Republican incumbent Richard Nixon defeats Democratic Senator George McGovern in a landslide (the election had the lowest voter turnout since 1948, with only 55 percent of the electorate voting).
November 14 – The Dow Jones Industrial Average closes above 1,000 (1,003.16) for the first time.
November 18 – Danny Whitten, American musician (b. 1943) Died
November 29 – Atari kicks off the first generation of video games with the release of their seminal arcade version of Pong, the first game to achieve commercial success.
November 29 – Carl Stalling, American composer (b. 1891) Died
December 3 – Bill Johnson, American musician (b. 1872) Died
December 9 – Tré Cool, American rock musician and drummer (Green Day)
December 26 – Former United States President Harry S. Truman dies in Kansas City, Missouri.
December 31 – Roberto Clemente dies in a plane crash off the coast of Puerto Rico while en route to deliver aid to Nicaraguan earthquake victims.
December 31 – Joey McIntyre, American actor and singer (New Kids on the Block)