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Aug 16
Emilia News

Atop Billboard’s Hot Country Songs chart (dated Sept. 10), Florida Georgia Line’s “H.O.L.Y” reigns for a 17th week. Meanwhile, the duo’s “God, Your Mama, And Me” enters at No. 30, fueled by its No. 5 start on Country Digital Songs (25,000 first-week downloads sold, according to Nielsen Music).

Aiding the latter song’s appeal? It features the Backstreet Boys, marking the first appearance on a Billboard country chart for the famed boy band. (Of course, BSB was formed in Orlando, just south of the … Florida/Georgia line.)

Source: Billboard – read more of the article on their website.

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Aug 16
Emilia News, Tour

Nick has announced new dates for his All American Tour. This time Nick will be heading back to Canada and playing cities that he didn’t get the chance to back in March. Fan Club pre-sale is August 30th (except for the first date). VIP also goes on sale tomorrow at 10am local time at nickcarter.net.

November 8 – North Bay, ON – Capital Centre
November 9 – Toronto, ON – The Danforth Music Hall
November 10 – Waterloo, ON – Maxwells Concert Venue
November 11 – Belleville, ON – The Empire Theatre
November 12 – Sarnia, ON – Station Music Hall
November 15 – Winnipeg, MB – Burton Cummings Theatre
November 16 – Regina, SK – Casino Regina
November 18 – Calgary, AB – Cowboys Dance Hall
November 19 – Edmonton, AB – The Ranch Roadhouse
November 20 – Medicine Hat, AB – Esplanade Arts and Heritage Centre
November 22 – Victoria, BC – Sugar Nightclub
November 23 – Vancouver, BC – Venue Nightclub

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Aug 16
Emilia News

For Florida Georgia Line, collaborating with the Backstreet Boys was a dream come true.

The country music group, which consists of singers Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard, joined forces with the boy band for the song “God, Your Mama, and Me.” The single is featured on FGL’s third studio album, “Dig Your Roots,” debuting Friday.

The Huffington Post spoke to Kelley and Hubbard by phone as the duo promoted their first foray into the whiskey business, Old Camp Whiskey. The guys told us they’ve been fans of BSB for years ? the group provided Kelley’s first concert experience in 6th grade and their music was the first Hubbard owned on CD. Over the years, FGL told press about their love for the ‘90s band, and their words eventually reached the right people.

“We got some good energies and good vibrations out and, next thing you know, Nick Carter was hanging out on our bus at the CMA Fest this summer,” Kelley said. “We played him the song and things just happened so quick. But you gotta jump on things like that when they happen and it was just a bucket list collaboration for us.”

Earlier this year, BSB’s Nick Carter and Brian Littrell caused a stir when the two posted photos on Instagram announcing their Florida Georgia Line collaboration. Though the bands didn’t record in the studio together, Kelley says the final product is everything they thought it would be.

“I mean, their voices sound amazing with ours,” Kelly said. “It just sounds amazing, it sounds exactly like we thought it would. Just having them on the record was a dream. Something that we were saying when the song was actually done ? me and Tyler had it done ? and we said it sounds kind of like a modern day Backstreet Boys song.”

Source: Huffington Post

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Aug 16
Emilia Media

Nick did a Live Q&A on Amazon Video’s Facebook page today and he talked about his movie Dead 7, as well as the things BSB have planned for next year. New album, tour and a an announcement being made for early next year. Nick also mentioned another leg for his All American tour in November. There are two videos of the chat as there were some issues with the feed.


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Aug 16
Emilia Media, News

Amazon Video on Facebook will be having a LIVE Q&A with Nick tomorrow at 4pm PDT, 7pm EDT. You can submit questions for Nick two ways. Either reply to this tweet from Amazon Video using the hashtag #AmazonAskNick. Or click here to submit your questions in the comments section below the video of Nick talking about the Q&A.

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Aug 16
Emilia News

The news broke yesterday that Lou Pearlman, Backstreet Boys first manager (as well as *N Sync, LFO, and O-Town), passed away at the age of 62 while he was still in jail. Lou as many know was sentenced to 25 years in prison for running a half-billion-dollar Ponzi scheme. One of the biggest Ponzi schemes in history. Billboard.com broke the news of his death.

You’re probably wondering why am I posting this? He screwed BSB over and took money from them. Well, I’ve been browsing Twitter and there seems to be mix feelings on this. Not just from fans, but even from members of the groups Lou started. Lance Bass, Chris Kirkpatrick (*N Sync), Erik- Michael Estrada, Jacob Underwood (O-Town), Ashley Parker Angel (former O-Town) and LFO have all commented on Twitter. We can dislike Lou for all the things he’s done not only to the Boys, but to other music groups, and to the people he stole money from in his Ponzi scheme. I know we as fans never liked him after Brian initiated the lawsuit against him back in 1998 and we learned about what he’s done to them. Yet, when you think about this Lou is the one that brought the Boys together. Without him we wouldn’t be fans of a group called the Backstreet Boys. We may have never known who AJ, Nick, Howie, Kevin and Brian are. They may not even be in the music business. Would they have met each other? Maybe. We know the story that AJ, Nick and Howie sometimes attended the same auditions so they knew of each other, but what about Kevin and Brian? They probably would have never met them if it weren’t for the ad Kevin saw about the group and Kevin inviting Brian. You never know where life will take you to. Things maybe a lot different right now if Lou didn’t have the idea to start his own music group. There would be no Backstreet Boys, *N Sync, O-Town or any group Lou helped create and launch. You can hate him for what he’s done, but we can’t forget that he gave our Boys the chance to fulfill their dreams.

At the moment only AJ spoke about Lou on Twitter and Facebook. Should the other Boys comment on this I’ll update the post. Howie also wrote about Lou on Twitter.


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Aug 16
Emilia News

On August 18 Backstreet Boys spent the day doing a new photo shoot. We’re not sure if it’s for the album or something else. The guys posted some photos to social media and gave as a bit of a behind the scenes look at the shoot. BSB also posted an Instagram story on their Instagram as well. Check out some of the photos BSB and Nick posted below! Brian (rokspics on Instagram) shared a few photos as well as AJ (skulleeroz).


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Aug 16
Emilia News

While Florida Georgia Line’s new album ‘Dig Your Roots’ won’t be released until August 26 their song ‘God, Your Mama, and Me’ Featuring Backstreet Boys has been released today! It’s available on iTunes, Amazon, Google Play and Spotify.

The song is currently available on iTunes in the following countries. Click your country name to purchase the song. If your country is not listed search Florida Georgia Line on iTunes for their album ‘Dig Your Roots’ to see if the song is available for purchase.

Argentina, Australia, Austria, Brazil, Canada, Chile, China, Colombia, Finland, France, Great Britain, Greece, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Singapore, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Venezuela, New Zealand

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Aug 16
Emilia Media, News

Nick’s movie Dead 7 is currently available to stream on Amazon Video. You can either purchase the digital version of the film for $9.99 or rent it for $4.99. Visit Amazon.com to rent or purchase the film today. Amazon also shared a inside look into the cast of Dead 7 video over on Facebook.

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Aug 16
Emilia BSB Album, News

Backstreet Boys have been working on their new album these past few days and on Friday they recorded a song while they were in Nashville and just yesterday Howie mentioned flying out to Los Angeles to record more music. You can see a few updates from Brian and Kevin on their instagram accounts rokspics and kevinscottrichardson. Nick took his little boy Odin to the studios recently as well. Giving the little boy his first taste of what it’s like being in the studios! We don’t know yet who is producing their new music and what writers they are working with, but once we do know be sure to visit Kaos Online for all the latest on the Backstreet Boys brand new album.


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