Backstreet Boys performing in Washington, D.C., on the opening night of the US/Canada leg of the DNA World Tour. / Karah When you look at videos of boy band fangirls you see girls crying, their mouth full of wires (braces) shuttering from whining and being all emotional. It happened with The Beatles. It happened with … Continue reading I finally got emotional at a @BackstreetBoys concert and I have no shame
I'll start this post off by saying that since I went to my first concert in fourth grade, I've seen thousands of concerts and have done hundreds of meet and greets - from country stars to pop stars.
With only two more European shows to go (Warsaw and Budapest), the Backstreet Boys will be coming back to the United States for two weeks of rest before heading to Washington, D.C., our nation's capital, to kick-off the North American leg of their DNA World Tour.
ote: I started writing this post a few weeks ago, but sat on it for a while until tonight when the harassment toward Nick fans, BSB bloggers, and anybody that has supported Nick, became a little too much.
I know asking, "Why is there so much anger in the Backstreet Boys fandom," is a loaded question. There can be many answers, some answers most of us don't want to hear.
As I was trolling through Facebook today,, I saw a few posts where someone was asking who everybody's favorite Backstreet Boys was.
Note: As with my previous posts from this weekend, this post contains spoilers for the Backstreet Boys' DNA World Tour, especially the set list. So it is up to you to close out of this post without reading any further. Months ago, fans knew that there would be around 32 songs on the DNA World … Continue reading Thoughts: Don’t like the DNA World Tour set list? Guess what?