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06
Mar 17

It’s been a whirlwind since The Backstreet Boys premiered their resident show “Larger Than Life” at Axis at Planet Hollywood last Wednesday night: Within an hour of the curtain coming down, the five boybanders had been renewed for more shows, taking them into 2018.

They celebrated the news that ticket sales have been so incredible that Axis will now have balcony seating during Saturday shows through July 1, something that even the other residencies of Jennifer Lopez, Britney Spears and Lionel Richie haven’t yet achieved.

It’s all a far cry from when they went from being the biggest boyband in the world to the moment that they discovered $300 million had been stolen from them, and they were throwing fisticuffs at one another. Kevin Richardson left the group. From sales of 14 million albums, there was suddenly no room for them on the radio.

“We saw the best and worst of each other,” they said when I interviewed them last Thursday afternoon at Axis.

With the Strip success all over again, no wonder that the champagne was flowing — and spraying — right after their debut as they hosted an epic after-party at Chateau Nightclub & Rooftop at neighboring Paris Las Vegas last late Wednesday night.

Nick Carter, Howie Dorough, Brian Littrell, A.J. McLean and Kevin arrived to the after-party shortly after midnight — our review was posted last Thursday. Screaming fans admired the stars as they walked the red carpet and posed for photographs on the club’s rooftop. They even danced their way into a cordoned-off area of the club as fans went wild.

The Backstreet Boys were presented with an engraved magnum bottle of Moet as confetti cascaded down over the roaring crowd. The group hopped on top of their VIP booth to sing and dance to hits spun by DJs Bayati and Shadow Red. Nick shook up bubbly to spray over the adoring fans, and they loved getting drenched!

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06
Mar 17

Sunny 106.5 spoke with Backstreet Boys on March 2, 2017 about their Las Vegas show, fashion of the past and more.

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03
Mar 17

The Boys spent their day off in Vegas on March 2, 2017 by doing some interviews with the media. E! Live From The Red Carpet / E! News interviewed them and shared two clips of the guys talking about footage of their youngerselves shown during the show, possible guests and about their families relocating to Vegas.

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02
Mar 17

Backstreet Boys Larger Than Life Las Vegas residency kicked off last night (March 1, 2017) and the reviews are coming in! Will update as more released.

Press release from PRNewswire via Multivu.com. Includes photos and video.

Backstreet Boys Kick Off Las Vegas Residency – ABCNews.go.com (includes a few clips from the show)
Backstreet Boys’ Las Vegas Residency Is a Thrilling Trip Down Memory Lane – Billboard.com
Backstreet’s Back, Alright: Backstreet Boys Show Vegas How It’s Done – blog.caesars.com
Backstreet Boys Nostalgia Strong as Band Begins Las Vegas Residency – CNN.com
8 Best Moments From Backstreet Boys’ Las Vegas Residency – EW.com
The Backstreet Boys’Las Vegas Residency Wasn’t Quite Larger Than Life – but It Still Had It Goin’ On – LAWeekly.com
Backstreet Boys Are Still ‘Larger Than Life as They Kick off Vegas Residency – Mashable.com (includes a few clips from the show)
The Backstreet Boys are Back and Larger Than Life at Axis at Planet Hollywood – ReviewJournal.com
Inside the Opening Night of Backstreet Boys’ New Vegas Residency – TheWrap.com
Backstreet’s Back: New Las Vegas Show “Larger Than Life” Debuts at Axis Planet Hollywood – WJDBRadio.com
A Honest Review of the Backstreet Boys’ First Show in Las Vegas – USAToday.com

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02
Mar 17

Opening night of the Backstreet Boys Larger Than Life residency was on March 1 and there’s a lot to share from the show! I know many people want to know the set list and here it is! There’s also info on what was done in between songs and costume changes. BSB shared many clips on their Instagram stories and I have linked to them on Facebook (thanks to BSBGermany. They have other clips from MTV and US Weekly as well at instagram.com/bsbgermany).

Prior to the show there was remixes of the boys singles and videos being shown. Thanks to SV02 on Twitter for some details.

Larger Than Life
The One
Get Down
Show welcome
Drowning
Incomplete
Quit Playing Games (With My Heart)
Video of the Boys when they were younger is shown. Boys Will Be Boys is played. Dance break with dancers performing.
Show Me The Meaning (Of Being Lonely)
I’ll Never Break Your Heart
Anywhere For You
Darlin’
Dance break intro for female dancers
Undone
Brian talking
As Long As You Love Me
Video interlude with Everyone Remix
The Call
We’ve Got It Goin’ On (Bel Biv Devoe’s Poison is also sang during the song)
Get Another Boyfriend
Howie talking
More Than That
Dance break
All I Have To Give
Drum break interlude
Shape of My Heart
Dancers perform to Straight Through My Heart / It’s Gotta Be You
I Want It That Way

Encore
Everybody

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01
Mar 17

The Insider caught up with Backstreet Boys during rehearsals of their Larger Than Life Las Vegas residency.

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28
Feb 17

Entertainment Tonight aired more footage from their interview with Backstreet Boys and the guys talk about bringing their families to Vegas with them, recording their new album during their residency and more!

Visit ETOnline.com to watch.

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28
Feb 17
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The latest Florida Georgia Line and Backstreet Boys single “God, Your Mama, and Me” is climbing the charts! This week the song debut at #9 on Billboard’s Bulbbling Under Hot 100 chart. Which is a chart that tracks songs just before they reach the Hot 100.

Meanwhile, here is how the song is doing on the Billboard country charts for the week of March 11, 2017.

Hot Country Songs #21 (last week #34)
Country Airplay #34 (same as last week)
Country Digital Songs Sales #6 (it’s back on the charts after it’s inital release last year)

Over on the Mediabase airplay charts for the week of February 17-23 the song is at #35 (#37 the previous week).

Update: for the week of February 24 – March 3rd the song climbed a spot to #34 with 109 more plays than the week before. Totalling to 1525 plays so far on country radio.

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25
Feb 17

Entertainment Tonight recently interviewed Backstreet Boys during the rehearsals of their Larger Than Life Las Vegas residency. They talked about the show, Lou Pearlman, how their career is like a marriage and more.

More of the interview where they talk about the residency, families and more can be read over ETOnline.com.

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24
Feb 17

In a recent article posted by the Las Vegas Review-Journal Raj Kapoor, Backstreet Boys: Larger Than Life creative director, spoke about their upcoming residency.

Creative director aims for rock-concert feel with Backstreet show

The name? Yeah, they’re kind of stuck with that Boy thing. But the creative director of the Backstreet Boys’ Las Vegas showcase says to expect “a really modern, masculine visual spectacle.”

“We really wanted to play them up as these guys who have a very large female following,” Raj Kapoor says. “Really kind of capitalize on them embracing who they are as powerful, successful men who have had a huge recording career and are having a tremendous resurgence.”

Kapoor also helmed Shania Twain’s comeback show at Caesars Palace and, on a smaller scale, worked on John Fogerty’s Las Vegas show. This week, he was busy readying live performances and screen content for Sunday’s Academy Awards.

But for “Larger Than Life,” which opens Wednesday at Planet Hollywood, “We’re not going so theatrical,” he says. “There’s nothing that looks like Cirque du Soleil. There’s nothing that looks Broadway-esque at all.

“It feels very masculine, it looks very modern. More like an actual concert. There’s nothing that moves us into that super-theatrical world.”

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