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Oct 17

Backstreet Boys Larger Than Life Las Vegas residency starts back up in November for six shows and while we wait for that, here are some details on just how well the first round of shows have done. The information is from Billboard Boxscore.

The first and second number listed next to each month is the attendance and total capacity. The last number is the gross sales. Many shows were close to selling out based on the difference between the attendance and the capacity.

March 42,000 / 44,112 – $5,399,176 No sold out shows.
April 34,116 / 38,267 – $4,678,081 Four out of the eight shows sold out.
June 15-24th 32,141 / 32,553 – $4,308,767 No sold out shows.
June 28-July 1 15,985 / 16,225 – $2,138,622 Two out of three shows sold out.

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Oct 17
Emilia News, Photos

Backstreet Boys were in Singapore on October 21, 2017 to perform their Larger Than Life show. The concert was in conjuction with the 2017 WTA Finals. Check out some of the reviews and photos from the concert.

Backstreet Boys in Singapore were definitely larger than life – ChannelNewsAsia.com
Backstreet Boys still have the moves, the swagger and the vocal chops – StraitsTimes.com
Backstreet Boys have it their way at Singapore concert – TheHindu.com
Backstreet Boys in Singapore: Still ‘got it goin’ on’ – TNP.sg
The Backstreet Boys: still impossible not to sing along to – Toggle.com

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Oct 17
Emilia News

Hartford, Connecticut radio station 96.5 TIC announced night two of their All-Star Christmas show. Backstreet Boys are one of the artists that will be performing at the event.

Presale for the show is through the radio station and Citi card members begins Tuesday October 24 at 10am and a Live Nation presale begins October 25 at 10am. Tickets go on sale to the general public on October 27 at 10am on Ticketmaster.com.

For more details visit 965tic.cbslocal.com.

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Oct 17
Emilia BSB Album, News

Over the past two years, the Backstreet Boys have made what, at first glance, seemed like an unlikely foray into country music. But they soon discovered an audience that was similar – and in some cases exactly the same – to the massive crowds they drew during their reign in the late Nineties and early 2000s.

Next year they’ll look to capitalize on that reality with a new album, which the band says will have some country influence.

“When news came out we were collaborating with FGL, my Twitter feed and Facebook feed was all fans commenting ‘Oh my god, my two favorite groups are collaborating,'” said Kevin Richardson, speaking on the red carpet at the CMT Artists of the Year Special, where they honored Florida Georgia Line by singing “H.O.L.Y.”

“It reminded me in a way of when we were a little younger,” added Nick Carter.

Through their association with Florida Georgia Line, Backstreet performed on the ACM Awards in April, co-headlined stadiums with the genre-defying duo this summer and scored their first country Number One in July with FGL’s “God, Your Mama, and Me,” which borrowed heavily from the quintet’s lush pop stylings.

As a result, country music is said to have a place on their upcoming their tenth studio album. Part of the recording is even happening in Nashville.

“Yes, there’s a couple of tracks,” said AJ McLean when asked if the project would have country moments.

“We cut some Nashville songs recently, and just yesterday I was in the vocal booth,” added Richardson. “So we’re in the lab playing around, experimenting.”

According to the band, some of their favorite Nashville songwriters include members of country’s new guard – artists like Chris Stapleton and Sam Hunt, plus tunesmiths like Brett Tyler (Maren Morris’ “Sugar”) and Will Weatherly (FGL’s “Dig Your Roots”). But it’s not all the “new, young, hot dudes that are coming out right now,” as McLean put it. The band also cite well-established Music City talents such as Vince Gill and Gary Baker (All 4 One and John Michael Montgomery’s “I Swear,” as well as Backstreet Boys’ “I’ll Be There for You” and more) as important influences.

2018 will mark the band’s 25th anniversary, and on top of the new album they also expect to continue their Las Vegas residency and begin a new world tour.

Source: RollingStone.com

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Oct 17
Emilia Photos

Backstreet Boys performed in Singapre on October 21 for the WTA Finals Tennis Tournament. Singapore Sports Hub shared some photos from their show on Facebook.

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Oct 17
Emilia Media

Backstreet Boys were at CMT Artists of the Year on October 18 and while on the red carpet before the show the guys were interviewed by Entertainment Tonight. They talk about performing Florida Georgia Line’s “H.O.L.Y”, their new album and more.

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Oct 17
Emilia Media

Backstreet Boys performed Florida Georgia Line’s “H.O.L.Y.” at CMT Artists of the Year. CMT shared the performance on their Youtube page. This doesn’t include footage of the guys talking about Florida Georgia Line before they performed.

If you would like to watch their entire appearance on the show you can download it here.

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Oct 17
Emilia Media

Don’t miss Backstreet Boys on CMT Artists of the Year airing tonight at 8pm ET. Check out BSB rehearsing for the show yesterday and being interviewed by CMT.

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18
Oct 17
Emilia News

VIP has been announced for the Backstreet Boys second Cancun, Mexico concert on December 30th!

A Fan Club presale will begin on Friday, October 20th from 10am Pacific to 12pm Pacific. The remaining VIPs will be available to the general public at 12pm Pacific on Friday, October 20.

VIP includes the following for $250.
Meet & Greet and photo with BSB.
Commemorative VIP Laminate

Purchase VIP at BackstreetBoys.com.

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Oct 17

Backstreet Boys recently filmed an appearance on the new TBS show “Drop The Mic”. The episode in which BSB appears on will air November 21st at 10:30pm.

Details on the episode thanks to MovieFone.com.

An unprecedented 5-on-1 takes place when singer Charlie Puth takes on every single member of the Backstreet Boys.

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