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February 15th, 2016

Here’s an interview Brian gave to Life Of Dad.
He talked about CHD Awareness, fatherhood, Backstreet Boys and more!

Source: Life Of Dad

Brian Littrell is known for being part of the very popular group, The Backstreet Boys. He is a singer, actor and songwriter. With all the success that Brian and his bandmates have had and still continue to have you might think that he feels that he is larger than life. Yet when you see him interact with fans on social media or watch how much fun he has with his wife and son you come to find out that Brian is a down to Earth guy.

Brian is no stranger to hard times though. Brian was born with a congenital heart defect (CHD) which was diagnosed as a ventricular septal defect. For those who don’t know February is heart awareness month. The second week is usually CHD Awareness week. We here at Life of Dad make it point to help raise that awareness. One way we do that is by talking with other dads who have experienced CHD in one way or another.

Brian was kind enough to share his story about living with a CHD with us as well as talking about how his son is now following in his footsteps and what we can expect from the Backstreet Boys this year.

Art Eddy:I first want to talk with you about your experience with having a congenital heart defect. Life of Dad was started by Tommy Riles, whose daughter was born with a CHD. You have one as well. Can you talk about your experience with CHD?

Brian Littrell:I was born with what they call a VSD, which is a ventricular septal defect. It is known as a heart murmur. Fast forward in my life when I was five years old. I was in the hospital for two months, where I was clinically supposed to die. I had a zero percent chance of living. I had a bacterial infection called bacterial endocarditis. Again like I said a zero percent chance of living.

It is only by the grace of God that I am here today. We fast forward to when I was 18. I was a Backstreet Boy. I left home to pursue the entertainment world. At 23 I had open heart surgery to repair my VSD. So as we talk about faith and as we talk about our journey in life being a heart patient, and being a man of faith and the church; it has always been my stronghold in life. It has always been my compass. God has walked with me every step of the way as a I am heart patient even today.

You can do anything that you set your mind to as long as you prepare properly, have the right people by your side, and family and friends that continue to support you. So I am a walking miracle. I am grateful for that today.

AE: When you guys found out that you were having a child I am guessing that you told your wife’s doctor all about your medical history correct?

BL: Very much so. That was our first concern when my wife and I did sonograms and checking on our son, who now is 13 years old. Life happens quickly. That was a major concern of ours. His pediatrician and doctors knew of my preexisting condition as well as being a heart patient my whole life.

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June 4th, 2015

Source: BsB.com

BSB Uncensored!

We’ve seen BSB uncensored on Show ‘Em What You’re Made Of – bawling, boardroom brawling and even talking dirty (we’re looking at you Kev) – and now some of us are preparing to see them no holds barred on the BSB cruise.

But as the doco continues its global takeover, we think it’s time to put the band under the uncensored spotlight of backstreetboys.com with 12 questions the boys have never been asked in their 22 years of stardom…

If you were to appear on Celebrity Wife Swap and had to trade with another Backstreet Boy, who would you pick and why?
Howie: Yikes. I remember when Kevin first was dating Kristin, before the group even started, and they went through their ups and downs then at one point they broke up. I remember her being such a great, dear-hearted woman and Kevin was contemplating them getting back together and I was like, “Dude, if you don’t marry this woman, I’m going to marry her!”
So probably her if anyone!

Nick: Probably Howie because … I’ll just say Howie!

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March 21st, 2015

The Backstreet Boys’ In A World Like This worldwide tour will stop soon in Australia…
An australian journalist interviewed them…

To watch this interview, click HERE

March 18th, 2015

Watch the Backstreet Boys take the 60 seconds challenge interview for BAFTA Guru (interview done while they were in London UK)

March 2nd, 2015

Recently, AJ interview AJ gave to the Huffington Post UK… He speaks about Brian’s vocal’s problems…
Here’s the extract…
Click HERE for the whole interview!

Backstreet Boy AJ McLean reveals he was shocked and surprised when bandmate Brian Littrell broke it to him that he had a condition, meaning he couldn’t always sing the way he used to.

AJ tells HuffPostUK that the band were recording their most recent album in a London studio, and he could tell something wasn’t right with Brian’s voice, but he was still shocked when Brian asked the rest of the band to sit down, because he needed to tell them something.

AJ remembers: “He told us he had vocal tension dysphonia, which I had never heard of in my life. Immediately some of the guys were jumping on the internet, trying to look up stuff to see if they could help.

A fly-on-the-wall documentary ‘Backstreet Boys: Show Em What You’re Made Of’ includes footage of Brian, who had one of the strongest voices in the group when they were at the peak of their success, having therapy for his condition, which constricts the vocal cords and can prevent any sound coming out. Brian has separately revealed he also suffers from dystonia, a form of disconnect between brain and vocal cords, and that these are both nervous conditions, which can be caused by stress, and the kind of hectic lifestyle that goes with selling 130 million albums worldwide.

One of the film’s key scenes shows frustrated bandmate Nick Carter blowing up at Brian, shouting, “Are we going to talk about this?” but AJ, a recovering alcoholic, says he has a lot of empathy for his afflicted bandmate.

It’s similar to what I went through,” he agrees. “It’s about working on yourself, overcoming your demons.

But it starts with him. If he doesn’t do the work, it’s never going to change.

But he’s competitive and stubborn, he’s a lion and he’ll fight. Hats off to him, he’s doing everything he can. I can hear his voice getting better.

March 2nd, 2015

Source: Reveal.co.uk

Backstreet Boys: “We’ve said the craziest things to each other in rows!”

Backstreet Boys fans may be slightly alarmed to know that it has been a staggering 22 years since the band first got together.

But still riding high and into their third decade in the music industry, Brian Littrell, Nick Carter, AJ McLean, Howie Dorough and Kevin Richardson have charted their success in a brand new docu-film, which took two years to record.

In the movie, Backstreet Boys: Show ‘Em What You’re Made Of, the US stars retrace their footsteps to where it all began while looking at the ups and downs that have made them the stars – and people – they are today.

Tomorrow evening, on the film’s opening night, the Backstreet Boys will take to the stage for a live performance which will be beamed via satellite to cinemas nationwide to celebrate.

Ahead if this exciting event, Reveal caught up with Brian, Nick, AJ, Howie and Kevin to chat about the highs and lows of the past 22 years…

Show ‘Em What You’re Made Of is packed with emotion. What has been the most emotional moment of your journey?
[AJ] It’s all been emotional. The fact, we’re coming up to our 22-year anniversary and that is emotional in itself. It’s been a lot of fun – we’ve had good times and bad times, but it’s got us to where we are today. And we’re still having fun!

If you could go back 22 years, what would you tell yourselves?
[AJ] Run, run as fast as you can!
[Nick] No, seriously, everything happens for a reason. We might not be sitting here talking about this documentary if we’d done anything differently. One little wrong turn and it might have derailed everything. You’ve got to take the good with the bad and you’ve got to love who you are.

So no regrets, then?
[Chiming together] No!
[Howie] Well, there was that one time…
[Brian] Oh, I know – we all should have bought stocks in Google and Apple!

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February 1st, 2015

A behind-the-scenes look at the popular boy band, Backstreet Boys.

Source: Fandango on YouTube

February 1st, 2015

HitFix sat down with boy band the ‘Backstreet Boys’ to chat about their upcoming film ‘Backstreet Boys: Show ‘Em What You’re Made Of’.

Source: HitFix on YouTube

February 1st, 2015

February 1st, 2015

IAR Managing Editor Jami Philbrick speaks exclusively with members of the legendary boy band Backstreet Boys about their new documentary ‘Backstreet Boys: Show ‘Em What You’re Made Of,’ which opens in theaters on January 30th.

Source: IamROGUE.com on YouTube

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