Backstreet Boys go bluegrass
  • April 15th, 2015
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For their induction into the Kentucky Music Hall of Fame, Backstreet Boys Kevin Richardson and Brian Littrell invited bluegrass musicans and college seniors Josh Turner and Carson McKee to come play with them at the ceremony. Richardson, Turner and McKee say it all came about because of the students’ YouTube video of their bluegrass rendition of “Larger Than Life” and McKee and Turner talk about getting to play with members of the band they grew up listening to. Interviews by Hannah Scheller and Rich Copley; video by Rich Copley.

Source: Kentucky.com on YouTube



KY Music HoF by WKYT
  • April 11th, 2015
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Article, video and picture from WKYT

Several big names in the music industry such as The Backstreet Boys and Montgomery Gentry visited Lexington Friday evening as they were all part of the newest class of The Kentucky Music Hall of Fame and Museum.

“There’s no place like home,” Backstreet Boy Kevin Richardson said.

The 2015 Kentucky Music Hall of Fame inductees all have rich Kentucky ties and have made a tremendous impact in the music industry.

“I grew up half my life in Harrodsburg, Kentucky- went to Mercer County Elementary School. Then we moved to the mountains of Eastern Kentucky halfway between Irvine and Beattyville and I graduated from Estill County High School,” Richardson said.

Country duo – Halfway to Hazard, received a humanitarian award Friday for raising more than one million dollars towards Eastern Kentucky concerns.

“Kentucky is such a rich history of talent and artists and writers and singers and wow,” Halfway to Hazard’s Chad Warrix said.

Retired Vice President of Reel Property/Special Projects at WKYT, Tom Bennett, was awarded the Danny R. Ford Distinguished Service Award for his advocacy on behalf of the museum.

Past Kentucky Music Hall of Fame inductees include John Michael Montgomery, Ricky Skaggs and Rosemary Clooney to name a few.

“To be inducted and to be part with the and to be with them legends it’s pretty chilling,” Eddie Montgomery of Montgomery Gentry said.

More than 700 people attended the event Friday.



KY Music Hall Of Fame – More Pictures!
  • April 11th, 2015
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More picture from the KY Music HoF ceremony!!
Those ones are from Kentucky.com

Kentucky Music Hall of Fame 2015 ( +14 photos – #035 to #048 )



KY Music Hall Of Fame 2015 – Videos
  • April 11th, 2015
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Kentucky.com published videos from yesterday on their YouTube channel

At the Kentucky Music Hall of Fame induction, Brian Littrell recalls growing up in Lexington, and his first singing gig.

Backstreet Boy Brian Littrell Talks about the secret to a successful music career before the Kentucky Music Hall of Fame. Interview by Hannah Scheller, video by Rich Copley.

Backstreet Boys Brian Littrell and Kevin Richardson recall playing back-to-back shows at Rupp Arena in 1999, and Brian talks about the piece of UK basketball history he owns. Interviews by Hannah Scheller and Rich Copley. Video by Rich Copley.

Accepting their induction into the Kentucky Music Hall of Fame, Backstreet Boys Brian Littrell and Kevin Richardson reflected on growing up in Kentucky and discovering music and a love of harmony. Video by Rich Copley

Backstreet Boys Brian Littrell and Kevin Richardson perform ‘Larger Than Life’ with bluegrass musicians Carson McKee and Josh Turner at the Kentucky Music Hall of Fame induction ceremony on April 10, 2015 at the Lexington Center in Lexington, Ky. Video by Rich Copley.



KY Music Hall Of Fame 2015 – pictures
  • April 11th, 2015
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Here’s some professional pictures from yesterday’s ceremony…

Kentucky Music Hall of Fame 2015 ( 34 photos )

( Photos #001 to #017 credits to Newscard / Photos #018 to #034 credits to Getty Images – all pictures have tags on! )



[BLC Exclusive] KY music Hall Of Fame 2015
  • April 11th, 2015
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Yesterday, Brian and his cousin and fellow BsBoy, Kevin Richardson, were honored at the Kentucky Music Hall Of Fame 2015
Brian’s cousin, Amanda, kindly accepted to take over the IG account of the site to keep us updated on what was happening there… ^^
Here’s the numerous pictures she shared…

Kentucky Music Hall of Fame 2015 – Brian’s cousin, Amanda, took over BLC IG account! (17 photos)




… and for all the videos, click visit the BLC instagram accont where you’ll be able to watch 35 videos (WOW!!!!!!)

Thank you VERY much Amanda for accepting to do it!!
Do not use those pictures and videos without Amanda‘s and/or BLC permission!!



Brian Littrell headed to KY Hall of Fame
  • March 29th, 2015
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Backstreet Boys’ Brian Littrell headed to Kentucky Hall of Fame

Brian Littrell from the Backstreet Boys has a major reason to celebrate. He will be inducted into the Kentucky Music Hall of Fame and Museum this year.

Littrell will be joined by his cousin and band-mate Kevin Richardson (from the Backstreet Boys), in addition to country duo Montgomery Gentry, among other notable musical acts. The ceremony will take place on Friday, April 10, at the Lexington Center, Bluegrass Ballroom in Kentucky.

Aside from being a member of Backstreet Boys, Littrell is also a Christian music singer-songwriter, who has released a critically-acclaimed Christian studio album entitled Welcome Home.

This year’s honorees will join other Kentucky native musicians and professionals to be recognized for their contributions to the state of Kentucky and worldwide. The event will also honor those who have lent their time, talent and resources to preserve Kentucky’s rich musical heritage.

Digital Journal’s recent interview with Brian Littrell, may be seen by clicking here.

Their Show ‘Em (What You’re Made Of) documentary, which came out in January of 2015, received a rave review from Digital Journal.

To learn more about the Kentucky Music Hall of Fame and Museum, check out its official website.

For more information on the acclaimed pop vocal group Backstreet Boys, visit their official homepage.

Source: digitaljournal.com



Happy 40th Birthday Brian !! :)
  • February 20th, 2015
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Happy Birthday to Brian !!
I hope his special day is as amazing as he is !!! 🙂

Here’s the video project made for his birthday…
THANK YOU to all those who participated !! You ROK !! ^^
The video has been upload on YouTube and Vimeo.



Interview of Brian for Cosmopolitan
  • January 30th, 2015
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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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“The Seven Sees” interview
  • January 29th, 2015
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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



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