Snow can't put damper on New Kids partiesPosted in NOTICIAS
Rob Lewis, musical director for the New Kids on the Block, greets fans at Oliver’s at the Cask ’n Flagon, where he performed a solo show. (Aram Boghosian for The Boston Globe)
/December 21, 2009
New Kids on the Block fans can’t be stopped, at least not by snow. Just hours before flakes began to fall around the city, New Kid followers were at Oliver’s at the Cask ’n Flagon to see New Kids musical director Rob Lewis perform a solo show. Last night, fans were out again to see the Kids perform a Toys for Tots benefit at the House of Blues and to attend an after-party at the nightclub Estate in the Alley. There was concern over the weekend that the snow would, in fact, prevent New Kid Joey McIntryre from getting to Boston for the gig. The youngest of the local boy banders - whose wife gave birth to their second son earlier this month - was on Twitter telling fans “My flight was canceled. My only option is a morning flight. :( holding on to hope.’’ McIntyre was able to make it to town just in time.