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Aug 17
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Next year will be the Boys 25th anniversary and to celebrate the anniversary, Sara at What Happens on the Backstreet has started a project for it. The idea is to get a full page ad in Billboard Magazine to celebrate the anniversary. In order to do so this will require fans contribution. It takes a lot to get an ad into Billboard Magazine especially a full page ad. The project is a huge opportunity for the Backstreet Army to come together and do something special for the Boys. Learn more about the project below and if you would like to contribute visit the Go Fund Me page to donate how ever much you can to help. Also, help spread the word about the project to your friends and other fans!

Since 1993, Kevin, Howie, Brian, AJ and Nick have been showing EVERYBODY how to rock their body and have truly become a LARGER THAN LIFE piece of who we are. How do we celebrate a band that has given us some of the best memories, some of the best friends, and the soundtrack to the past two and a half decades of our lives?

There is NOTHING we can do that can touch what the Backstreet Boys have done for and have meant to us. There aren’t enough words and there isn’t enough time in the world. What we can do though, is band together to publish a FULL PAGE AD from us to them to thank them for everything and to celebrate the accomplishment of 25 years together as a group, defying the odds and the music industry everyday.

So, here’s what we’re going to do…

What Do You Mean By “We”?

All of us. Every single fan is invited to take part in this project because, young or old, if you’re reading this, every single one of us has been affected by the Backstreet Boys at one point in time. No one is taking credit for this project because it will literally be a group effort.

What Is It?

A full page ad in Billboard magazine for April 2018 – the month that BSB will celebrate their 25th anniversary. This magazine is not only read by music fans, but some of the most powerful people in the music industry, reaching nearly 150k readers. You can also access the full magazine on the Billboard app every month.

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Sep 17
Emilia Media

After 45 years Nick’s former dance instructor Sandy Karl from Karl & DiMarco School of Dance in Tampa is retiring. Nick sent a message to thank Sandy Karl and congratulate her on her retirement.

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Sep 17
Emilia News

CMT’s seminal music series, CMT Crossroads, notched its highest ratings in more than five years with the pairing of pop group Backstreet Boys with country duo Florida Georgia Line. The episode, which aired Wednesday, Aug. 30, became the highest-rated Crossroads among Adults 18-49 (.21) and Women 18-49 (.34) since another cross-genre mashup with Steven Tyler and Carrie Underwood in 2012 (Nielsen Live+3).

Following the telecast, Florida Georgia Line reported triple-digit sales gains on iTunes for singles performed on the show. On the day following the premiere versus the same day a week prior, “Smooth” netted a 172 percent increase on iTunes; with similar gains for “God, Your Mama, And Me” (+131%), “H.O.L.Y.” (+123%) and “Cruise” (+122%). Backstreet Boys reported a +22 percent increase in streaming overall.

The special was a hit with fans on social media as well, with #CMTcrossroads trending nationally and ranking in the Top 5 most-talked about Cable Premieres across Facebook and Twitter that night. The episode garnered over 18,000 interactions on social, with the bulk of those on Facebook. Nearly 88 percent of the interactions on Facebook were generated by females according to Nielsen Social.

Taped in front of a live audience in Franklin, TN, “CMT Crossroads: Backstreet Boys and Florida Georgia Line” features collaborations on songs including “I Want it That Way,” “As Long As You Love Me,” “H.O.L.Y.,” “Cruise” and more. The groups, who also happen to be great friends, recently performed together for sold-out crowds at Boston’s Fenway Park, Chicago’s Wrigley Field and Minneapolis Target Field as part of FGL’s headline The Smooth Tour 2017.

Source: MusicRow.com

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Sep 17
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On August 30th the CMT Crossroads episode with Backstreet Boys and Florida Georgia Line aired. The guys sang each other’s songs and talked about each of the groups, their influences, performing and much more. CMT posted the show on their website and if you live in the US and have a cable/satellite provider you can watch the show online at CMT.com. The interview wasn’t included in the clips below, but they are in the full episode. The songs they sang were “I Want It That Way”, “Smooth” (FGL), “All I Have To Give”, “Dirt” (FGL), “God, Your Mama, and Me”, “Everybody (Backstreet’s Back)”, “H.O.L.Y.” (FGL), “As Long As You Love Me” and “Cruise” (FGL).

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Sep 17
Emilia News, Tour

Backstreet Boys have announced a new concert in Singapore! They’ll be performing at the National Stadium on October 21, 2017 at 8pm. The concert is in conjunction with the 2017 WTA Finals.

Fan Club pre sale will be held on September 6 at 10am local time until 11:59pm. Public on sale is September 8 at 10am local time.

VIP Upgrades (meet & greet) have not yet been announced, but stay tuned for more info on when they will.

For more details visit BackstreetBoys.com.

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Aug 17
Emilia BSB Album, News

Backstreet Boys are working on a new album and after the Boy Band finale AJ and Howie spoke about the album, collaborations plus more with Entertainment Tonight.

As they get to work on their 10th album, the Backstreet Boys are revealing that they’re calling on some of music’s biggest names for possible collaborations!

“We’re reaching out to people who we were always inspired by or who may have been fans and we didn’t even know,” AJ McLean shares with ET. “We’ve all made friends with different people. Nick’s been talking to Steve Aoki, Howie talked to Zedd, who’s been a big, big fan [and] Diplo, we’ve also talked to. We’ve also done stuff with The Chainsmokers and those guys are amazing and out in Vegas with a residency as well, so who knows.”

The quintet, who appears on CMT Crossroads with Florida Georgia Line on Aug. 30, has also been in discussions with mega-producer Timbaland, who joined them in the studio earlier this month. The session stemmed from the hitmaker serving as a Boy Band architect alongside Nick Carter, who describes the GRAMMY winner as an “incredible human” whom they would love to work with.

“We’re talking with a bunch of producers and seeing what makes the most sense and this made a lot of sense since Nick’s been working with [Timbaland] on Boy Band,” Howie Dorough says. “We’re all huge fans of him and we’ve never had a chance to work together, so we were just talking and vibing to see if it might make sense to [record] together.”

“He said he’s pretty much worked with everybody except us and was like, ‘I’m not sure how that fell through the cracks,’” adds McLean. “I told him, ‘Dude, it’s overdue!’”

While the group has been tearing up the country charts with their Florida Georgia Line collaboration, “God, Your Mama, and Me,” and have now turned their eyes to Timbaland and various EDM stars, McLean is confident their upcoming record won’t steer away from BSB’s signature sound.

“I can definitely say with complete faith that this album’s going to go back to what’s true about the group — great melodies, great songs, great harmony,” McLean says. “I don’t think we’re going to try to go outside of who we are. This has been working, so let’s stick to what we know!”

Having signed a new contract with RCA Records — following the independent release of their previous album, In a World Like This — McLean added that having “one captain as opposed to five,” has been a blessing and helped smooth the record-making journey.

For more of AJ and Howie’s interview visit ETOnline.com.

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Aug 17
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People.com shared a sneak peak of Backstreet Boys and Florida Georgia Line performing As Long As You Love Me for CMT Crossroads. Be sure to check out CMT Crossroads airing tonight at 10pm on CMT!

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Aug 17
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Backstreet Boys shared a clip of an interview done for CMT Crossroads. The guys talk about the first time they heard about Florida Georgia Line played Everybody (Backstreet’s Back) in concert, FGL’s first concert and album being BSB and more.

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Aug 17
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CMT Hot 20 Countdown aired an interview with the Backstreet Boys and Florida Georgia Line that was filmed prior to their CMT Crossroads show. They talk about singing each other’s music and more. It also includes some footage of their performance. The Tennessean and Entertainment Tonight also shared video of their interview. Visit ETOnline.com to watch more from the interview posted by Entertainment Tonight.

The Tennessean also shared a clip from their interview.

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Aug 17
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While in Chicago, IL for the Florida Georgia Line Smooth tour in Chicago, IL on August 12, 2017 the Backstreet Boys were interviewed by CMT Hot 20 Countdown. The guys mainly talk about working with Florida Georgia Line, God, Your Mama, and Me, ACM Awards and CMT Crossroads.

Video edited by Kaos Online.

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Aug 17
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ABC’S Boy Band has ended it’s first season on August 24th and after the show Nick along with the other architects Emma Bunton and Timbaland were interviewed by The Insider and YSBNow. During Nick’s interview with the Insider he spoke about why he got emotional on the show. Howie and AJ were also interviewed by The Insider.

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