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    Backtsreet Boy: Israeli fans are gracious, looking forward to coming back

    Friday, May 22, 2015

    Backstreet Boy Brian Littrell took to Instagram on Friday morning to describe his trip to Israel after performing three shows in the Ra'anana Amphitheater this week with his fellow members of the 90's iconic boy band. "Headed back from Israel this morning.... What an amazing time," he wrote.


    Screaming fans go back in time

    Saturday, May 16, 2015

    AFTER more than 22 years in the business, the Backstreet Boys can still leave an arena full of fans without a voice. Wrapping up the Australian leg of their In A World Like This tour at Perth Arena on Friday night, the world's biggest-selling boyband transported a screaming crowd back to a time when synchronised dance moves, coordinated outfits and a healthy dose of costume changes reigned supreme - a time when Nick Carter could send thousands into a frenzy with the simple flick of his hair.


    Larger Than Life reunion! The Backstreet Boys Quit Playing Games...

    Thursday, May 14, 2015

    'Reckless' Amtrak engineer, 32, who was driving doomed train at 106mph in a 50mph zone claims he has no memory of crash that killed seven - as it's revealed a DOZEN passengers are still missing Musician sparks outrage after sending ill-judged tweet demanding her violin back from derailed Amtrak train where at least seven died Mother's tears of joy after her ex is FINALLY convicted of throwing their daughter, 4, off a cliff 15 years ago because he didn't want to pay $1,000-a-month child support 'He has a callous indifference to life': Boy, 17, who stabbed his two little brothers 116 TIMES for having the TV on too loud is sentenced to life Navy SEAL who says he killed Osama bin Laden slams 'ludicrous' report by Seymour Hersh that claims Obama fabricated account of the raid Irish police hold six republicans over 'plot to kill Charles' after bombs and guns are found close to where Prince ... (more)


    Keeping their word, Backstreet's back in Israel

    Wednesday, May 13, 2015

    It could have easily have been a polite brush-off. After Operation Protective Edge was launched by the IDF last summer, many of the season's visiting musical artists had to decide whether to cancel their shows or head to what appeared to be a war zone, with Hamas-fired rockets falling on Jerusalem and Tel Aviv.


    The Backstreet Boys swap their on stage suits for low key...

    Tuesday, May 12, 2015

    Flying under the radar! The Backstreet Boys swap their on stage suits for low key tracksuits as they board a flight out of Sydney ahead of gig in New Zealand So it's no wonder The Backstreet Boys appeared a little tired as they prepared to board a plane out of Sydney on Monday ahead of their gig in New Zealand later that evening. Nick Carter, 35, was accompanied by his wife Lauren Kitt as he made his way through the airport clutching a coffee to try and make him feel slightly more awake in preparation for the short flight.


    Backstreet Boys documentary clip: Nick struggles recording 'Madeleine'

    Monday, May 11, 2015

    If you've yet to see the Backstreet Boys documentary , Backstreet Boys: Show 'Em What You're Made Of , Fathom Events is offering one more chance to catch the film when it re-releases it in 400 cinemas nationwide on May 13. Added bonus: The film will be followed by a recording of a live acoustic performance that the band performed at the U.K. premiere of the documentary in February. In anticipation of the film's re-release, we have an exclusive deleted scene from the emotional documentary , in which Nick Carter struggles to find his vocals for "Madeleine."


    Backstreet Boys Brisbane Concert review: They're back and they brought the 90s

    Sunday, May 10, 2015

    The Normcore - call it what you want. Those of us who were there know it's just a poor imitation of grunge.


    The Currents Vs. The Classics: The Iconic Singers You Should Listen To This Summer

    Saturday, May 09, 2015

    Waves of nostalgia always come in whenever we think about our pre-teen girl days. It was the time when we would be at our happiest at the sight of invisible pens, colorful ties and hair clips, slap bracelets, and morning cartoons.


    Backstreet Boys rock the stage in Sydney during 'In A World Like This' tour Down Under

    Saturday, May 09, 2015

    Infatuated teen guilty of cop killing: Distraught mom dragged from court as girl is told she faces life for driving lover on 50-mile crime spree that ended in one officer dead and one shot in the head Raised in 'dirty' tents with no water, kept out of school and neighbors threatened with guns - it's just trendy free range parenting claim couple as they blast authorities for seizing their TEN kids Obama meets Rebecca - the little girl who got him to travel all the way to South Dakota with heartwarming letter - but did he manage to cure her 'broken heart'? Obsessed man, 66, 'killed 17-year-old girl and burned her body after she started sleeping with him in exchange for Xanax' Six Baltimore police officers charged in the death of Freddie Gray want case dismissed and claim they are victims of 'over-zealous' prosecution 736 years in prison for man who sprayed hail of AK-47 bullets at cops ... (more)


    'Backstreet Boys' extols resilience, lacks insight

    Friday, May 08, 2015

    With 130 million albums sold, the Backstreet Boys are the best-selling boy band in history - not counting the Beatles, of course. But as member AJ McLean wonders, "What do you do when you're a full-grown man in a boy band?" McLean's earnest question provides the crux of the band's new documentary film, "Backstreet Boys: Show 'Em What You're Made Of."

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