On Feb. 19, 2000, the Backstreet Boys brought their Into the Millennium tour to the Georgia Dome in Atlanta, breaking concert attendance records and becoming the biggest concert in Georgia history.
This song got stuck in my head yesterday at work and I figured, what better Flashback Friday could there be besides a JoBro video?
On June 2, 1999, the Backstreet Boys’ “Into the Millennium” tour began in Ghent, Belgium. Can you believe it’s been 18 years?
Yep, 19 years ago the Backstreet Boys released “As Long As You Love Me” as a single in the United States. I did a post over on BackstreetBoys.com about five iconic moments from the music video, but as a little fun for the anniversary, check out a video of the music video on Pop-Up video […]
Back in 2000, VH1 decided to try something new. They had been having a VH1 “Divas” special for a few years and with the explosion of boy bands and hot singers, they decided to do something with men – thus giving us “Men Strike Back.”
Having a pretty big collection of bootleg concerts that I’ve collected over the years, here’s another one to add to your viewing pleasure.
Check out this awesome video of the boys performing (sans AJ who was sick), back in 1998.
Remember back when MTV had awesome television shows ACTUALLY about music? You know, what the M stands for in MTV? Yeah, I remember the good ‘ol days, too! Check out this video for Flashback Friday of the boys co-hosting Rolling Stone’s Top 100 Pop Songs with Carson Daly! And thank us, because we edited it […]
Leave it to Howie D. to turn an Enrique song into something dirty. While Mr. Nick Carter has been known to do an awesome “Hero” impression, Howie put his own spin on the classic back on the Backstreet Boys cruise last year. Check out my video below and even see our Chicago correspondent Laura in […]
Remember back when MTV was awesome and played music videos (even if it was just at 3 a.m. or on TRL) and had a show called “Making The Video?” Even if I didn’t like the artist, I would watch it. It’s one of the reasons why I was interested in video and ended up becoming […]
This is a Flashback Friday like no other Flashback Friday. We brought you Nick Carter’s first solo show about two weeks ago, but today we bring you his second solo show in Key West, Fla. after his boat team won their championship. Enjoy and let’s pray that one day Nick sings a few more of […]
Thanks to our friend Sarah, our Backstreet Boys video collection is getting bigger… as is the one on YouTube. Among the gems? This February 1996 performance on a show named “Bouge de la” where the boys perform “We Got It Goin’ On,” “Just To Be Close” and “Let’s Have A Party.”
In 2002, Teen People featured a Q&A with Nick Carter about going solo and his love life. Check it out below! The Backstreet Boy Talks About The Ups And Downs Of Going It Alone—In Both His Music And His Love Life Nick Carter—the cute one, the young one, the Backstreet Boy most likely to go […]
Back in 2001, shortly after the 9/11 attacks in New York, Bono from U2 and Jermaine Dupri got together to rerecord the Marvin Gaye classic “What’s Going On?” and included artists like Christina Aguleria, NSync, Fred Durst, Gwen Stefani and yes, even the Backstreet Boys. Check out the video below of the guys recording their […]
There are 333 days until the Backstreet Boys 2016 cruise sets sail from Barcelona, Spain and some fans are begging for it to hurry up and arrive. But while we wait, let’s use today’s Flashback Friday to reminisce about those awesome cruise memories we’ve already had. Head over to Instagram and use the hashtag #BOTBCruise […]
Today’s Flashback Friday is special for me. I was ECSTATIC in 1999 when Joey McIntyre released a solo single, “Stay the Same.” I even have a VHS single of the video that was sold in stores. Who else would love to see him sing “Stay the Same” again live?
Let’s flashback to 1993 and see one of the Boys’ auditions for a record company. This video is from the show “Before They Were Rock Stars” shown on VH1. They were so close to signing with Mercury Records but due to one of the record company’s artists threatening to leave if they got into the […]
The Backstreet Boys will celebrate their 22nd anniversary later this month, but it was in 1995, 20 years ago, that they first tasted fame. Let’s take a look back and see how each member of the group has changed. Howie Dorough Brian Littrell AJ McLean Kevin Richardson Nick Carter Who […]
Check out these photos of Brian Littrell and his then fiancee Leighanne Wallace (now wife of almost 15 years) from a photoshoot. Can you believe it’s been 15 years?
It’s Friday…so let’s have some fun! I dare you not to smile while watching! 🙂 Taking a look back at when Dave Grohl of Nirvana and Foo Fighters fame “met” BSB… This makes me smile every time! Hugs and Planks! Jen