The Backstreet Boys, one of the biggest boy bands of the late 90s and early 00s, is going back on tour. Kicking off in August, they’ll be joined by Jesse McCartney and Jersey Shore’s DJ Pauly D.
The Backstreet Boys, one of the top boybands of the late 90s and early 00s, is celebrating their 20th anniversary as a group with a new album. Each of the five members is truly humbled by the fact that they're able to celebrate 20 years as a band.
Aaron Carter, the teen sensation behind "Do You Remember?," is ready to hit the road once again on his next tour. With his upcoming album set to be released this summer, Carter is trying to fit everything into his tight schedule.
Maybe the New Kids on the Block were inspired by news of the Backstreet Boys' reunion, because all five members of one of the original boy bands — (from left to right) Joey McIntyre, Jonathan Knight, Jordan Knight, Donnie Wahlberg and Danny Wood — tweeted a pic of themselves wearing mustaches and not much else, hanging out in a bathroom.
The boys are back in town. The Backstreet Boys are preparing their fifth studio album in their two-decade career, they announced today on Good Morning America. “We're really excited — this actually is our first time in the studio together, all five of us, since 2005,” said Howie Dorough, 38.
After wrapping up most of the North American leg of their This Is Us tour on August 28, the Backstreet Boys took a little hiatus. But they reunited recently with former member Kevin Richardson, posting this photo on Twitter.
On “This Is Us,” The Backstreet Boys’ eleventh studio album (and second as a quartet), the band claims that their sound has matured. To be fair, this is true - they’ve done well to throw off the pop shackles of their `90’s selves and move into a techno-tinted R‘n’B area.