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Before filming CMT Crossroads Backstreet Boys and Florida Georgia Line did a interview. Both The Associated Press and ET Canada shared a video of their interview where the guys talked about the brotherhood that has developed between them, teaching Florida Georgia Line dance moves and more.

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Back in June Paper Magazine did a interview and photo shoot with the Backstreet Boys for the Las Vegas issue of their magazine. Photos from the photo shoot with Paper Magazine can be viewed at PaperMag.com. Paper Magazine is also avilable to buy online here.

The Backstreet Boys Are Better Than Ever

Backstreet’s back…but they’ve never left! After 24 years together, AJ, Brian, Howie, Kevin and Nick are better than ever, working on their ninth studio album and thrilling fans with their five-part harmonies and syncopated dance routines during Larger Than Life, their massive Las Vegas residency at The AXIS at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino. What started as a string of nine dates has grown into over 40 shows through February of next year, and if the guys have their way, they’ll be out here performing for the next two years — or longer. And not only are the guys in top form, but their fans, whether twenty and thirtysomethings who have been listening to them since their self-titled debut in ’96 or kids who discovered them on the Internet two decades later, are also not messing around. Catch one of their shows and you’ll find grown women on the verge of tears, holding signs that profess their still-burning love for one of the five. In the midst of one such string of shows, we talked to the Boys about their lives in Las Vegas, their onstage chemistry and what we can expect from their newest record.

How has the residency been going this summer?

Nick Carter: We have been having the time of our life here in Las Vegas. Some of us have actually moved here, we’re recording our next album here.The town has really embraced us.

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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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Aug 17
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As the Backstreet Boys relish in some well-deserved time off from their “Larger Than Life” Las Vegas Residency show, they get to spend quality time with their families before the recording process for their tenth studio album really kicks into gear.

With another album in the works and an extension on their Vegas show, it’s clear that BSB isn’t slowing down anytime soon. But as one of the panel members (or “architects,” as they’re called) of the ABC hit competition show Boy Band, Nick Carter is already working on passing the torch.

“After 24 years, I’m able to kind of give back a little bit and maybe inspire — and who knows, maybe create that next big group for the next generation,” Carter tells Billboard. “I think I have a lot to offer.”

As Billboard documented in the 20th anniversary oral history of the Backstreet Boys’ self-titled debut, Carter and Co. have seen some pretty insane success since that first album (which is 14x multi-platinum on its own): more than 76 million records sold worldwide, 10 headlining tours, and 17 Billboard Hot 100 hits, to be exact. “Yeah, I do think I have a little experience in the game when it comes to being in a boy band,” Carter laughs.

Pointing out the caliber of his co-architects (Spice Girls’ Emma Bunton, Timbaland and Rita Ora), Carter insists that they’re vetting the potential members very carefully. “We want it to be honest and true, it has to be right. Backstreet Boys, we had an audition as well — we were not necessarily put together, we knew each other, but at the same time there’s a lot of parallels with the process that’s going on with Boy Band.”

Now in week nine, the initial troupe of hopefuls is down to the remaining eight boys. So does Carter believe he’s been part of a successful search for the next teen sensation?

“It’s going to be really interesting to see what happens,” he suggests. “I’m going to tell you right now, I really believe that we have at least five superstars.”

Boy Band airs Thursdays at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.

Source: Billboard.com

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ABC’s Boy Band is just a week away from annoucning which contestants will win the competition and be a part of final group. If you haven’t voted for your favorite constants you have until 11:59 p.m. EDT August 18th at ABC.com/BoyBand.

We’ve already seen Nick and AJ sing during the opening of the first live show, but during tonight’s show (August 17th) host Rita Ora announced that the Backstreet Boys will be performing on the finale!

Be sure catch the Boy Band finale August 24th at 8 p.m. EDT on ABC!

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Earlier this month Backstreet Boys and Florida Georgia Line filmed an episode of CMT Crossroads where the guys cover each others songs. The episode airs August 30th and Entertainment Weekly has a preview of the show. They shared the performance of Everybody (Backstreet’s Back).

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Last Saturday, August 12, 2017 Backstreet Boys were in Chicago, IL for the Florida Georgia Line Smooth Stadium tour and befoe the show the guys were interviewed by US99 a country radio station. They talk about working with Florida Georgia Line and more.

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Before the Backstreet Boys became Larger Than Life and subsequently earned themselves a Las Vegas residency honoring their success and endless list of hits, the quintet actually got their start overseas. Two years after forming in Orlando with the help of late Trans Continental Records founder Lou Pearlman, the fresh-faced boys — then ranging from 15 to 24 years old — got to work on their debut in Stockholm in 1995, at Swedish producer Denniz PoP’s Cheiron Records, under the guidance of PoP and a young, up-and-coming producer named Max Martin.

Internationally releasing what they call the “Red Album” (simply because of the red backdrop to their picture on its cover) in 1996 and seeing promising success, the guys decided to give it a shot in their home country. Compiling a mix of songs from the Red Album and tracks that would later be released on their sophomore international record, the Backstreet Boys dropped their self-titled U.S. debut on August 12, 1997.

As the late ‘90s were transitioning from the grunge era to the more pop-friendly age of Hanson, Spice Girls and (eventually) MTV’s popular video request show TRL, suddenly the Backstreet Boys went from viewing America as “No Fan Land” to hitting the top 5 on the Billboard 200 in January 1998. Backstreet Boys ended up spawning four top 40 singles on the Billboard Hot 100, including the iconic “Quit Playing Games (With My Heart),” which reached No. 2 — their highest-charting hit to date.

Despite the stigma around the term “boy band” at the time — especially because BSB had initially hoped to be considered a “vocal harmony group” — the U.S. version of Backstreet Boys kicked off a period of pop music that will forever be revered by pop fans and ‘90s babies alike. Making way for a new wave of boy bands that included fellow smash successes like *NSYNC, 98 Degrees and O-Town — while also jumpstarting Martin’s career on his rise to an eventual 22 No. 1 hits — the album was certified 14x multi-platinum in April 2001.

In celebration of the album’s 20th anniversary, Billboard took all five Backstreet Boys (Nick Carter, Brian Littrell, AJ McLean, Howie Dorough and Kevin Richardson) on a trip down memory lane. The guys shared stories of the late nights recording in Sweden, recording (and having video game battles) with the now-legendary hitmaker Martin, starring in some of their most iconic videos with their future wives, and, above all, experiencing the life-changing impact of one 12-song record. Here, in their own words, is the story behind Backstreet Boys.

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Aug 17
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Everybody, celebrate 20 years of Backstreet Boys with their 20 best songs
We’re not playing games: BSB blessed you with their first U.S. album two decades ago

Ready to feel old? Saturday marks 20 years since Backstreet Boys released their self-titled U.S. debut album on Aug. 12, 1997. (This came more than a year after they had already dropped their international debut, also called Backstreet Boys.) To celebrate the anniversary of this milestone moment in boy-band history, EW ranks the 20 best Backstreet songs and gives you a playlist — all right!

20. “Bye Bye Love”
Breaking out of their ballad groove, Backstreet busts an EDM move on this airy kiss-off from 2009’s This Is Us, their second — and final — album as a quartet before Kevin Richardson rejoined the band.

19. “Try”
This bluesy ditty from 2013’s In a World Like This was co-written by British singer-songwriter James Morrison. The stripped-down soul — part Jason Mraz, part Babyface — is BSB at their rawest.

18. “Inconsolable”
Yes, the first single from 2007’s Unbreakable pours on the melodrama and goes straight by the playbook. Still, this piano-driven power ballad finds Backstreet right in their lane.

17. “Drowning”
Getting “swept away by love,” this 2001 single from BSB’s The Hits — Chapter One compilation is guaranteed to necessitate emergency mouth-to-mouth contact.

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Aug 17
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This week on Boy Band is Girl Power week. The architects Nick, Emma Bunton and Timbaland tell the contestants the new groups they are in this week. They also did some promos to announce Girl Power week. Don’t miss Boy Band at 8pm EDT on ABC!

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