On Feb. 23, Keith Webb, the lead singer and performer, of the male revue "Men of the Strip" chatted with Examiner via telephone. It is hosted by Jeff Timmons from 98 Degrees and Glenn Packard is the revue's creative director. It is owned by "Money" Mike Foland. "We see Jeff every once in a while coming to rehearsals, and he believes in us and that is great," he said. "Mike is awesome. He swings by rehearsals too and he makes sure that things are getting done. He makes sure we are all okay and he is taking good care of us."
According to Webb, he remarked, "It has been great. I have been with them for a year now and we are starting a reality show and I am stoked for it."
They played at a show at New York's Gramercy Theatre, which was well-received by fans and critics. "Gramercy Theatre was awesome, since we were all looking forward to that show. We knew it was going to be big," he said. "I thought it was a success. I had a blast. I loved it."
Regarding his singing background, he shared, "It started in church as a kid. I really didn't get into singing until I had to sing my first solo at the age of thirteen for my church choir, and ever since I sang with them for a while. I did music in high school and then music lead to theater and theater lead to the entertainment world."
From their show's set-list, which includes many of pop music's biggest hits (such as Flo Rida's "Whistle"), he listed his favorite song as Robin Thicke's "Give It 2 U." "I like that song even before it was in our show, so it was cool that it was in there," he said.
On his future plans, he stated, "I want this show to be successful so that we can get a series. We are filming right now and hopefully, I will be in Las Vegas for a while."
To learn more about the male revue, "Men of the Strip," visit their official website.