The new Backstreet Boys’ song, “Don’t Go Breaking My Heart” is out now! Check out the video above and get the song below!
I almost can’t believe I’m writing about the last day of the cruise already … but what a day it was!
On May 17, our world as Backstreet Boys fans is going to change forever. The boys will be releasing a new song to radio, one that radio is excited about, and a new music video and our lives as Backstreet Boys fans will never be...
And to think, Mara and I were going to go to bed early on Millennium night.
While I’m going to do a full post about Day 3 of the Backstreet Boys cruise, check out the videos that I took of Group B’s concert that took place on Saturday evening before what ended up being the best theme night ever in the...
Three words … That is pretty much the gist of Day Two of the 2018 Backstreet Boys cruise.
The new Backstreet Boys’ single is coming out on May 17th and we want to get the guys back to the top of the charts! This post will help us do that but there’s a few things to know.
No, but really, where does one begin when you begin discussing the greatest cruise of all time?
Let’s just say that the first theme night was legendary and it was just the beginning of a legendary trip! When I was in the second row of people in front of the stage, never did I think anything would top this night.
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.
“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...
Raise your hand if you got to see the Backstreet Boys’ “Into The Millennium” tour! Raise your hands if you did not. *Raises hand*
The title of the post pretty much explains everything.
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.