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May 14th, 2018

BAM!!!!! ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓
(this was posted on the Backstreet Boys’ social networks!)

Excuse the dad joke but… we’re back 😉 NEW BACKSTREET BOYS SINGLE “DON’T GO BREAKING MY HEART” OUT MAY 17TH

How exciting is that?
Are you ready for some new music from our BsBoys??

NB – Apparently, the single is going to be released WORLDWIDE!!!!



May 13th, 2018

OOPS they did it again…
but this time they shared a short video!

Can you see the words “Don’t” “Go” “Breaking” “My” “Heart” which appear as flashes??

Title of the new single???
To be continued… lol



May 12th, 2018

Another day…. another hint…. another picture but this time of the boys during a photoshoot…
The only comment is “Set…



May 11th, 2018

Last month, Kevin teased us with a short video and told us the single was coming May 16th…
More teasing!!!!!
This picture has just been posted on the BsB social networks with just “Ready…” as comment.

Are you ready?? 🙂



May 2nd, 2018

Tne Backstreet Boys are going to perform on Good Morning America – on July 13th – for the Summer Concert Series!

PS – this new picture tho… ♥



April 26th, 2018

Kevin (accompagnied by his piano hehe) announced it on his instagram account (with both a regular post and a story) – the BsB’s new single to radio on May 16th!!!

IG Story

The countdwon is on !!!



April 23rd, 2018

Here’s an interview the BsB done with Dubai 92 before their Blended Music Festival in Dubai …
They played at “Which Backstreet Boy most likely to…”, also Kevin says they are launching their new album and a tour (25th anniversary tour) and that they’ll be touring all over the world to 2019 and 2020… as well the new single and video are coming in May!
Have fun watching it 🙂



April 21st, 2018

By Leena Tailor‍ for ETOnline.com

Brian Littrell was sitting in a high school history class in Kentucky when he got pulled out to take a life-changing call from his cousin, Kevin Richardson. Late music mogul Lou Pearlman was forming a boy band in Orlando, Florida, and a spot had just opened up. The following day — April 20, 1993 — 18-year-old Littrell set off on an adventure of a lifetime. “I’ll never forget that day I met Brian,” says Denise Solis, AJ McLean’s mother. “He had never stepped out of Kentucky, and he got picked up by a limo and dropped to the airport, then flew to meet us. I still remember his wide-eyed, puppy dog look. He was like a deer in the headlights when he got out of the limo, just so enthralled with everything. But probably also thinking, What have I got myself into?”

After sweating it out for endless hours in an Orlando warehouse, Littrell, along with Richardson, McLean, Howie Dorough and Nick Carter, headed to Europe, where they become a musical phenomenon. But it wasn’t until a Montreal radio programmer gave “We’ve Got It Goin’ On” a whirl that the group’s popularity started spilling into North America. Before long, the guys were on the path to becoming the best-selling boy band of all time, selling more than 130 million records worldwide, covering Rolling Stone, delivering the dance anthem “Everybody (Backstreet’s Back)” and topping the charts with their diamond-certified 1999 record, Millennium, and its GRAMMY-nominated hit “I Want It That Way.” While other boy bands came and went, the pop powerhouse rode out everything from lawsuits and loss to alcoholism and health scares.

However, in 2013, as they received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, the accomplishment marked the beginning of a resurgence. The group released In a World Like This shortly afterward, and the record — which marked Richardson’s return to the group after he left in 2006 — reached the top 5 of the Billboard Top 100 and spawned a tour, which was extended multiple times due to overwhelming demand. The five then pulled off an MTV Movie Award-winning cameo in Seth Rogen’s This Is the End, performed for former president Barack Obama, released their 2015 documentary, Show ‘Em What You’re Made Of, and topped the country charts with their Florida Georgia Line collaborative track, “God, Your Mama, and Me.” And to the delight of the “Backstreet Army,” they’re now preparing to drop the first single from their 10th studio album and continuing their nostalgia-fueled Larger Than Life residency at Planet Hollywood’s Zappos Theater, where they broke the record for fastest-selling residency in Las Vegas and hosted the biggest audience in the history of Sin City’s headlining residencies.

As they mark their milestone 25th anniversary on April 20, ET looks back at the Backstreet Boys’ career through the eyes of some of their greatest friends, collaborators, songwriters, fans and others who have played a part in Richardson, Dorough, Littrell, McLean and Carter’s journey.

Read Full Article



April 20th, 2018

• 9 records (and one to come soon)
• 10 headlining tours
• 1 documentary film
• a residency in LV
• a star on the WoF
• … and this is just a really short summary!!!!!

Happy 25 to the Backstreet Boys! 🎉🎂🎈2️⃣5️⃣🥂🍾🎊😘❤️
Thank you for being a beautiful part of our lives.
Here’s to many more years altogether!

#BsB25



April 14th, 2018

The BsBoys finished to shoot the video for their (upcoming) new single!
They shared this picture of the storyboard on their Instagram account…

That’s a wrap!

A post shared by backstreetboys (@backstreetboys) on

Are you (as) impatient (as me) to discover it? 🙂 😉



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