Empty your piggy banks and check for loose change under the couch. Your generous donations may just give your favorite bands the opportunity to produce new music.
For the past several days, hundreds of fans have come together to raise more than $60,000 for one familiar boy band.
What's the cause? How does a brand-new album from O-Town sound?
"For the first time in our bands history we are going to rely completely on our supporters to start this new chapter by looking to you to put us in the studio," the group said on their Kickstarter. "Our 4th album will be financed 100% free from any label, which allows us to make our music directly for and responsible to only one party; you, our fans."
After reaching much more than their original $47,500 goal, we started to think of other groups and bands we would be happy to support for a new album. After all, it's the least we can do for all they've done for us.
Yes, we're absolutely still hoping for a reunion of any kind with these unforgettable ladies. But if a few dollars could help Victoria Beckham, Mel B and the group come together for another "Spice Up Your Life," we would be forever grateful. Besides, our bank accounts have recovered from that brief reunion tour in 2007.
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With Beyoncé officially done with her Formation World Tour, perhaps it's the perfect time for Queen Bey, Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams to come together and make new music. They don't have to worry about the "bills, bills, bills." And yes, we can absolutely handle this.
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Sure, Nick Jonas has a successful solo career. Perhaps Joe Jonas and his band DNCE are killing it on and off stage. And yes, Kevin Jonas is about to welcome his second child with wife Danielle Jonas. But can't the Disney fans have a little hope that the group who brought us "Burning Up" will ever come together again?
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As Gwen Stefani continues to hit the road in support of her latest solo album, fans can't help but remember her band that created monster hits like "Just a Girl," "Hella Good" and "Hey Baby." Recently, the singer hinted at a possible reunion when she chatted with Ryan Seacrest. "You never know what's gonna happen, right?" Gwen shared. "Look at my life."
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We can 100 percent say "Bye, Bye, Bye" to our savings accounts if it means Justin Timberlake, Lance Bass and the guys will create a new album. And while we love their surprise reunions at birthday parties and surprise events, there would just be something so special about turning on the radio and hearing these guys together again.
After touring with O-Town, 98 Degrees and Ryan Cabrera this past summer, fans were more than hopeful that new music was coming from the girl group. But in a Facebook post earlier this month, Ashley Poole announced that Dream had "disbanded" yet again. "The girls and I love singing together," she shared. "We love making music together but unfortunately this business just isn't for everybody." Is there any way we can help?
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If you wake up "Every Morning" hoping Mark McGrath and his band get back together with new music, you may not be alone. While the group is still performing across the country, we'd be lying if we said we weren't hoping for some new music. We're here when you need us, dudes.