Artist 


NSync
   
Number of songs: 11 | Total weeks on charts: 408
Appearing in a total number of: 38 charts | Total period running: 1422 days
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Biography

The most exact spelling is "*NSYNC". 'N Sync (often stylized *NSYNC) was an American pop group. The group's launch to fame was financed by the boy band mogul Lou Pearlman. Since 1995, 'N Sync has sold over 56 million records worldwide. Formed in Orlando, Florida in 1995 and launched in Germany in 1996 by BMG Ariola Munich, the group consisted of Justin Timberlake, JC Chasez, Lance Bass, Joey Fatone and Chris Kirkpatrick.

Read more about NSYNC on Last.fm.


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NSync in the news
*NSYNC, One Of The Most Iconic Bands Of All-Time, Teams Up With Epic Rights To Launch A New Line Of Branded Merchandise (14/11/2017) Award-winning Texas Singer/Songwriter DeDe To Release 'Dream Of You' On February 12, 2016 (05/02/2016)
Radio Exile Embraces Classic Rock Sounds On Recently Released Self Titled Album And Video (01/02/2016) Loren Smith Releases An *NSYNC Holiday Cover (17/12/2015)
Alexis Keegan To Sing National Anthem At Celebrity Basketball Game Benefiting Straight But Not Narrow (05/08/2014) Metalworks Studios: 30 Years Of Excellence (29/10/2008)
Soul-jazz Saxophonist Jamie Williams 'Overjoyed' To Have Oscar Winner Jennifer Hudson On His Debut CD (15/05/2007) Soul-jazz Saxophonist Jamie Williams 'Overjoyed' To Have Oscar Winner Jennifer Hudson On His Debut CD (29/03/2007)
AOL Music Rings in the Season with Star-Studded Exclusive Performances, Album Listening Parties and AOL Radio Holiday Stations (04/12/2006) Rascal Flatts Announce Final Dates For 2006's 'Me And My Gang' Tour (26/08/2006)
Greatest Boys Ever! Win Backstreet Boys, Take That And *NSYNC's Greatest Hits (12/01/2006) 2005 Songwriters' Summit for Oneness (21/11/2005)
Richard Blackstone to Be Named Chairman and CEO of Warner/Chappell Music, Inc. (12/04/2005) Top songwriters, artists and producers unite to fight racism at the 2004 Songwriter's Summit (20/08/2004)
NSYNC confirmed to sing the national anthem July 25th in Miami Beach (05/06/2004)
Songs by NSync
(13|2|150)
(9|1|55)
(21|1|136)
(59|9|159)
(23|1|154)
(197|18|208)


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