Instagram – More pictures from the road!
  • May 10th, 2015
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Brian shared more pictures from the road!

Instagram (+5 photos – #301 to #305)

Source: @rokspics

Happy Anniversary “Welcome Home”!
  • May 2nd, 2015
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There’s 9 years ago today was released Brian’s first solo record “Welcome Home“…
Happy Anniversary to this beautiful record! (pssss Brian, we can not wait for your second one!)

Here’s the video – Welcome Home (You) – for his first single from the album (released on January 2006)

Instagram and Twitter pics from Asia
  • May 2nd, 2015
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Brian shared selfies, picture of fans and also promoted the new video of a group he likes and supports (watch it by clicking “Read the rest of this entry »” ) from Asia where he is for the IAWLT 2015 tour…

Instagram (+3 photos – #298 to #300)

Twitter (+1 photos – #008)

Source: @rokspics / @brian_littrell

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Leighanne’s photos from the KY HoF
  • May 2nd, 2015
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Leighanne shared on her Instagram pictures taken during the Kentucky Hall Of Fame …

Instagram (others) (+3 photos – #072 to #074)

Persons on the photo montage :
* Top Left : Curtis, Jodi, Prue and the Littrells.
* Top Right : Leighanne and her niece, Ella (daughter of Brian’s brother)
* Middle Left : Brian’s brother, Harold and his wife Annie. And of course Leighanne and Brian 😉
* Middle Right : Leighanne and Kristin Richardson ( Kevin’s wife)
* Bottom Left : Front page of the Lexington Herald newspaper
* Bottom Right : Baylee and cousin Mason Richardson (oldest son of Kevin and Kristin)

Source: @leighlittrell

04.19.1993 – There’s 22 years ago…
  • April 19th, 2015
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On April 19th in 1993, while he was at school, Brian got a phone call from his cousin, Kevin Richardson, who asked him to audition for a band….
The next day, he jumped in a plane to Orlando Fl where he met AJ, Howie and Nick… and the rest is history 😉

Thank you Kevin !!!

KY Music HoF – even more pictures!
  • April 18th, 2015
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I just added to the gallery moooore pictures from the Kentucky Music Hall Of Fame ceremony!

Kentucky Music Hall of Fame 2015 ( +130 photos – #050 to #179)

Credits : J and K Kreations, Photography

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: on YouTube

  • April 12th, 2015
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The Ladies at Boys On The Block had a project (the Project Kentucky’s Finest Cousins) to celebrate Brian and Kevin induction into the KY Music Hall Of Fame… They raised money to get an ad into the program of the ceremony… to show our boys how much the Backstreet Army love and support them!
Visit their site and THIS page to see the advertissement and everything about this beautiful project !

NB: The boys saw the ad… and Kevin tweeted about it !

BRAVO BOTB!!!!!! *thumb up* 🙂

KY Music HoF by WYMT
  • April 11th, 2015
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Video and article by WYMT

Lexington, Kentucky (WYMT)The stars were out tonight in Lexington as more than one dozen musicians from Kentucky were inducted into the Kentucky Music Hall of Fame and Museum.

Halfway to Hazard brought the crowd to its feet to begin the ceremony, then Chad Warrix and David Tolliver received the Hall Of Fame’s Humanitarian Award for their fundraising efforts to help their native Eastern Kentucky.

Warrix & Tolliver said, “To be in this company with all these people around us is unreal. It’s an honor. Very humbling. Clarence Spalding, one of the biggest managers, Larry Cordle, Montgomery Gentry who has been a huge influence on us. These names are just always huge at this event”.

Lawrence County native Larry Cordle entered the Hall of Fame after a career as a country singer and songwriter that has spanned 40 years.

“I was just working and really wanted to be in the music industry. You don’t think about being honored in this fashion. I wanted to do good. I wanted to do as good as I possibly could,” Cordle mentioned.

Also entering the Hall, Country duo Montgomery Gentry.

Eddie Montgomery and Troy Gentry responded, “It’s just unbelievable. It’s something you dream of growing up. In Kentucky, you have all the music, the bluegrass, the country, the rock, everything. And if you look at all the inductees that says it all right there”.

And Backstreet’s back! Kevin Richardson and Brian Littrell of the Backstreet Boys are now immortalized in the Hall of Fame.

“The heritage of Kentucky music to be a part of that family with so many great people that have come before us. Loretta Lynn, Ricky Skaggs, Rosemary Clooney, I mean the list goes on. It’s an honor,” Richardson said.

An honor that ensures the accomplishments of these musicians will be remembered for a long time.

Also entering the Kentucky Music Hall of Fame Friday night were folk singer Doc Hopkins, manager Clarence Spalding, comedian and singer Pete Stamper, and R&B group The Moonglows. Former WKYT Vice President Tom Bennett received the Danny Ford Distinguished Service Award for his efforts advocacy on behalf of the hall of fame and museum.

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.

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