On Nov. 29, 2009, the Backstreet Boys released their second single from their album “This Is Us” named “Bigger.”
Can you believe that 17 years ago today, the Backstreet Boys’ released their follow-up to “Millennium,” “Black and Blue?” It was also 17 years ago that they landed in New York after their 100 hour tour around the world to celebrate the release and meet with fans from every continental. The first week the album […]
Can you believe it’s been three years since Nick Carter and Jordan Knight were touring the country? It seems like yesterday.
Three years ago today, Nick Carter and Jordan Knight embarked on their Nick & Knight tour. The tour started in Nashville with a longer than usual soundcheck that was absolutely amazing. Not gonna lie, as much as we love Backstreet Boys and New Kids on the Block, and even NKOTBSB together, there’s something about getting […]
September 5, 1995 is marked in the history of the Backstreet Boys as the release date for their very first single, “We’ve Got It Goin’ On”. From their self-titled international album, the single charted for 20 weeks having peaked at #69 on Billboard Hot 100. Who knew that the song title itself will become one […]
Five years ago today, the Backstreet Boys made their first real appearance and performance after Kevin’s return and after spending the summer in London recording what would end up being “In A World Like This.” Check out the video below of the boys’ appearance. What was your favorite part of the performance?
This year, 2017, marks the 10th year anniversary of the Backstreet Boys’ Unbreakable album. Coincidentally, with the supernatural Solar Eclipse that occurred on August 21st, Brian Littrell is still singing Bonnie Tyler’s “Total Eclipse of the Heart.” Remember the music video? Nick laying on the beach with his fiery red top with the eclipse hovering […]
Four years ago today on August 27, 2013, the Backstreet Boys performed in Tuscaloosa, Alabama during their “In A World Like This” tour and obviously, I was there to witness this masterpiece.
To continue the Backstreet Boys love today on the 20th anniversary of their first U.S. album, let’s look back at some photos that took place that day. 🙂 Most of these are from the All Star Cafe press conference and photo shoot.
Doesn’t it seem just like yesterday that Nick wore his hair with a part down the middle and AJ wore huge hoop earrings?
1997 was a year where everything changed. The Spice Girls took over America. Music began to be happy again. Those of us now that are heading on the other side of our mid-30s were upperclassmen in high school, or maybe just graduated, or maybe just entered. It was also the year that the Backstreet Boys […]
On June 2, 1999, the Backstreet Boys’ “Into the Millennium” tour began in Ghent, Belgium. Can you believe it’s been 18 years?
Can you believe that? It’s been almost 12 years since the Backstreet Boys’ MTV Diary (this time for the UK) first aired.
Can you believe that 16 years ago today, the Backstreet Boys’ song “More Than That” was released? It seems like yesterday, right?
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 […]
On October 7, 1998, the city of Orlando, Florida named that day Backstreet Boys day and since then, fans around the world have celebrated their favorite group. And we always will. How will you spend Backstreet Boys day? In a post from the Orlando Sentinel: The city of Orlando is declaring Oct. 7 Backstreet Boys […]
On June 6, 2006, Kevin Richardson made the announcement that he was leaving the Backstreet Boys. That was 10 years ago today that part of our souls died. But also six years later (literally, like 5 years and 10 months later…), the Backstreet Boys announced that Kevin was coming back.
On June 5, 2010, the Backstreet Boys performed one of the first few handful of shows on their “This Is Us” tour in Valdosta, Ga.
One of the biggest tours of all-time began 17 years ago today. The Backstreet Boys’ began their “Into The Millennium” tour, supporting their recently released “Millennium” album on June 2, 1999 in Ghent Belgium at Flanders Expo.
Happy birthday, “More Than That!” Fifteen years ago on May 29, 2001, the Backstreet Boys released their final single from “Black & Blue.”