Backstreets back, alright. The Backstreet Boys will now never die, as they just cemented their hand prints at the Planet Hollywood Resort And Casino in a ceremony on Friday. Stooping down to press their palms into the wet concrete in Las Vegas, the five men who make up of one of the world's most beloved boy bands of all time left their mark forever. Printed in our hearts: The Backstreet Boys will now never die, as they just cemented their hand prints at the Planet Hollywood Resort And Casino in a ceremony on Friday in Las Vegas As they relished in the monumental moment, the group stood side by side for pictures to add to their scrapbooks. Brian Littrell, 44, wore khakis and a black suit jacket with a blue denim undershirt and hiking style boots. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 2 Next Dad called... he wants his fashion back! Rita Ora teams 80s... Backstreet Boys… the next generation! Brian Littrell's... Taylor Swift parades her long legs in purple sequined … [Read more...] about The Backstreet Boys make their mark during hand print ceremony
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For thousands of Southern Californians, Wango Tango serves as both a right of passage and the kick-off to their summer concert season. The annual day-long festival put on by area radio station KIIS FM/102.7 started 21 years ago and has always featured a live sampling of the station’s top artists. This year’s crop of talent was no exception with each act on the bill currently in heavy rotation and most with new music to share and promote. Ariana Grande, Shawn Mendes, Meghan Trainor, Backstreet Boys, 5 Seconds of Summer, NF, Miguel, Janelle Monáe, Sabrina Carpenter, Marshmello and Logic all shared the rotating stage and made history by being the first concert/festival to ever play at the all-new Banc of California Stadium in Los Angeles. There were several huge, show-stealing moments during the five-hour music marathon and that doesn’t include any of the music that happened just outside the venue at the Wango Tango Village, which opened to the public at 1 p.m. … [Read more...] about Wango Tango breaks in the new Banc of California Stadium with Ariana Grande, Backstreet Boys, Shawn Mendes and more
LAS VEGAS – The Backstreet Boys are back with a show called, you guessed it, “Larger than Life.” One of the best-selling boy bands of all time is hitting the stage in Las Vegas at the Planet Hollywood Hotel and Casino. Dorough recalled when a group of fans in the ‘90s followed them on every leg of their festival tour. “I remember one time going down to the lobby and talking to some girls and they’re like ‘oh yeah were on tour with you guys.’ … And I thought they were an act, and finally I watched the whole show, and I never saw those girls. Finally asked them, ‘Hey you guys said you were on tour?’ [They replied] ‘No, we’re literally on tour with you guys following you everywhere you’re going.’” “It’s just kind of in our blood, I would say. At this point 24 years later, we just kind of turn on and hit that switch and become a Backstreet Boy, and you remember the moves.” But … [Read more...] about Backstreet Boys are back on stage and ‘Larger than Life’
Boy bands aren’t supposed to age gracefully. They’re supposed to fall into disarray after a couple of albums, splinter off into mostly unsuccessful solo efforts, watch their fan base erode and break up. And yet here are the Backstreet Boys, 26 years after getting started, still chugging along with their original lineup. The group’s new “DNA” shows how it’s done: The release is time-appropriate and age-appropriate. Brian Littrell, Nick Carter, AJ McLean, Howie Dorough and Kevin Richardson are an average age of 43 now, yet thanks to the production hands of modern hitmakers Kuk Harrell and Ryan Tedder, “DNA” is a contemporary album, with EDM filtering through the arrangements, evoking a moody blend of melancholy, romance and sensuality. Imagine the songs of Justin Bieber, The Weeknd or even Selena Gomez sung by five mature men. The guys still switch out at lead vocals, with Littrell and Carter doing most of the heavy … [Read more...] about Backstreet Boys show good chemistry on ‘DNA’; Deerhunter’s doom is tinged with hope