Category Archives: History

Where were you 17 years ago? Happy birthday to @BackstreetBoys’ ‘Black & Blue’

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… Read more »

Today in History: Nick & Knight started their tour in Nashville

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… Read more »

Guest Post: 22 years of ‘We’ve Got It Goin’ On’ and the @BackstreetBoys still do

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… Read more »

This Day in History: August 31, 2012: @BackstreetBoys take over ‘GMA’

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… Read more »

Guest Post: 10 years ago: @BackstreetBoys were ‘Inconsolable,’ but Unbreakable

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… Read more »

Today in history: @BackstreetBoys perform ‘Back To Your Heart’ in Alabama

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… Read more »

Photos: @BackstreetBoys launch their first U.S. album in New York (8.12.97)

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… Read more »

Videos: 20 years ago today, @BackstreetBoys take over the Virgin Mega Store

Doesn’t it seem just like yesterday that Nick wore his hair with a part down the middle and AJ wore huge hoop earrings?

Happy 20th anniversary, @BackstreetBoys, the album that changed everything

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… Read more »