With the rush to get everything packed, get to the airport or drive to Miami, there are a lot of things that can be forgotten at home, or even in your car, once you get on the boat. Trust me, I’ve done it.
We, fans, have some favorites of the Backstreet Boys’ music catalog that could have been hit makers if only the boys released them as singles. Here are some of mine, a quick run down memory lane.
Here are some tips to help you when you’re traveling solo. Whether it’s on the cruise or to Las Vegas, always play it smart when it comes to your personal information and money.
While “Into The Millennium” tour may be the Backstreet Boys’ biggest tour and possibly the most well-known, fans can’t deny that the “Black & Blue” tour, while riddled with drama, was one of the best.
Possibly one of the most underrated Backstreet Boys songs that they have recorded has to be “If You Knew What I Knew.”
If you weren’t on the 2016 Backstreet Boys European cruise then you missed out and I don’t mean the beautiful scenery in Span, France and Italy.
“Time” from the “Black & Blue” album has always been one of the most emotional Backstreet Boys songs, especially with the meaning behind the lyrics. I mean, especially after seeing the documentary, we know what the boys have all been through in the past almost 25 years.
Raise your hand if you got to see the Backstreet Boys’ “Into The Millennium” tour! Raise your hands if you did not. *Raises hand*
It’s April … Spring has sprung, at least in some parts of the country/world, allergies are a mess and warmer weather is abound, but it totally means something else … it’s #BSB25 month!
Can you believe it? The Backstreet Boys have achieved a milestone to celebrate a whopping Silver Anniversary in an industry where it is to make it.
The title of the post pretty much explains everything.
The second season of “American Idol” will always be one of my favorites because it led me to the greatness that is Josh Gracin.
First it was Farmer’s Insurance, but now BP gasoline is using one of the most iconic songs of the ’90s in their commercial – “I Want It That Way” by the Backstreet Boys.
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.
Backstreet Time has struck again!
Guys, it’s only 50 days until April 20, 2018 which means it’s 50 days until the Backstreet Boys 25th anniversary!
If you weren’t aware, Kevin Richardson made a surprise appearance in the Bahamas on the 2011 Backstreet Boys cruise.
Over the past few days, I’ve been thinking about a lot of things. First off, I watched “Chapter 27” with Jared Leto and Lindsay Lohan.
If you never felt even at least once in your life the feeling of emptiness and being lonely, you are lying.
Every Backstreet Boys album usually will have two or three songs that are released as singles to the public and to the radio with possible music videos that go along with them.