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January 30th, 2015

Source: Cosmopolitan.com

Backstreet Boy Brian Littrell: “There Were Plenty of Times That I Was Fearful for My Life”

One-fifth of the BSB on the group’s new documentary Show ‘Em What You’re Made Of and the perils of being in the biggest boy band in the world.

 
By Eliza Thompson

At the start of the new documentary Backstreet Boys: Show ‘Em What You Made Of (in theaters and available on VOD today), Nick Carter says, “In the beginning, it was manufactured. There’s no doubt about it. But it’s like Pinocchio. He was manufactured, but he turned into a real boy.” This is a surprisingly great analogy for the group, who’ve spent the last few years reestablishing themselves as a band that has full control over their lives and careers. Brian Littrell — who, full disclosure, was always my favorite Backstreet Boy — chatted with Cosmopolitan.com about the movie, Lou Pearlman, and his early years in the BSB. He was every bit as charming as you imagined him back when Millennium was the only album you owned, beginning the interview by singing my name (yes, it’s my ringtone now), then quizzing me about my thoughts on the movie. Backstreet’s back, alright?

I watched the movie last night. It was really fun!
Was it just fun, Eliza? Was it just fun, or was it deep and amazing and heartfelt?

Oh, it was everything. I felt a lot of feelings.
[Laughs] Good. That’s a good thing. What’s your overall view of the film? Is it what you expected?

It was very emotional. There were parts where I was tearing up a little bit. I didn’t expect that. I thought it would be more of a concert film.
Well, that’s good. We’re getting reviews that as a Backstreet Boys fan it’s kind of uncomfortable to watch, because you don’t anticipate what you’re really gonna see. We didn’t want it to be a cushy, promotional concert film like the pop stars of today make. I mean, it is a making of a record, but it’s also a making of a career, the highs and lows, and hopefully you get that in watching it.

How much do you see the other Boys when you’re not on tour or working on an album?

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January 29th, 2015

The BsB were interviewed for “The Seven Sees”… here’s the three videos from this interview!
In the third one, Brian is talking about his vocal issues…

Source: The Seven Sees sur YouTube



January 28th, 2015

In a interview posted on the BsB official site, AJ McLean spoke about Brian’s vocal issues…
Here’s the extract :

“While the highly-anticipated hometown visits may require tissues (we recommend a whole box… and foregoing mascara) one of the film’s biggest revelations is the story behind Brian’s vocal issues, which first surfaced when the guys were making Never Gone.
Diagnosed with acid reflux at the time, medication provided temporary relief, but he became progressively worse and while the situation sparked tension within the group during filming, AJ says he couldn’t be prouder of B-Rok.
“We should have filmed this for the documentary, but we were in London staying at this house together making the record, reconnecting and reintroducing Kevin into the mould, and after our first night of writing and recording we sat down in the kitchen,” he recalls.
“Brian just came out and was honest with everyone and asked for us to be patient and supportive. He exercised a lot of frustration and emotion and I can’t even imagine what he’s going through on a daily basis now. Our voices are our livelihood.

“And fans are not stupid. Fans hear Brian and know something isn’t the way it used to be, but he wasn’t ready to talk about it and he does – very openly – in the film and it’s probably one of my favourite parts.

“He’s working back home on whatever he can do to make things better and I’m really proud of him for being so open and honest. I have nothing but the utmost respect for him as my friend and brother.”

Read the complete article HERE

Source: BsB.com



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