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06
Feb 18
Emilia Media

Backstreet Boys were at Facebook earlier today to do a LIVE Q&A and answered questions sent in by fans. They talked about Vegas, the new album/single and much more.


05
Feb 18

When the Backstreet Boys began their residency show in Las Vegas last year, they were originally scheduled to play nine shows, but tickets sales were so swift that the group added more. And then they added more shows. And then they added even more.

Now the group is at it again, adding an additional 21 shows from July to November to their Las Vegas run, they revealed Monday. Tickets go on sale later this week, and the Backstreet Boys, Live Nation Las Vegas and Caesars Entertainment will continue to donate $1 of every ticket purchased to “Backstreet Boys: Larger Than Life” at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino to the Boys & Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada (BGCSNV).

“Until we physically can’t dance anymore, we’re going to keep performing,” A.J. McLean told PEOPLE exclusively. “That’s what encompasses who we are. We’re performers. We’re not just going to sit up on stools.”

When it comes to the Backstreet Boys in Las Vegas, it’s been that age-old story of supply and demand. The residency show has been an enormous success, to say the least. In fact, it’s been record-breaking. Shortly after the group’s initial shows went on sale in September 2016, Backstreet’s fans couldn’t scoop up tickets fast enough. After all was said and done, the group set a modern Las Vegas record for fastest tickets sales for a residency show.

“The show has exceeded everything we thought it would be,” Brian Littrell said. “To experience what this has been for us, it’s a rejuvenation of that artistry that’s in us.”

Not only are the Boys going planning to create more memories in Las Vegas with their extended run of shows at Planet Hollywood’s Axis Theater, they’re also working on a new album, which is being recorded in Sin City. A new single should be released in the first quarter of 2018.

“I want to create new memories. We’ve been singing the same songs for almost 25 years,” admitted Littrell. “It’s not that we’re not excited to sing out old hits, but we want to grow, too. We don’t want to be stuck in what was. We want to continue to grow with our fans.”

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05
Feb 18
Emilia News

Backstreet Boys have announced new Larger Than Life Las Vegas shows and have also announced that they’ll be doing a LIVE Q&A on Facebook. To submit your questions head over to their Facebook post about the new dates and leave a comment. The chat will be held at 12:30pm PT / 3:30pm ET.

The guys will also have a Twitter Q&A (no time given) and if you’d like to submit a question use the hashtag #BSBVegas.


05
Feb 18

Backstreet Boys have been doing great in Vegas with their Larger Than Life show and recently we heard in various interviews that they’d add more dates. Well, today BSB announced a total of 21 NEW dates!

July 25, 27 and 28
August 1, 3, 4, 8, 10, and 11
October 24, 26, 27, and 31
November 2, 3, 7, 9, 10, 14, 16 and 17.

Fan Club presale is today at 10am PT / 1pm ET. You will need a password to access the pre-sale so make sure to login BackstreetBoys.com 10 minutes prior and the password will be available on your account dashboard. VIP Upgrades (to meet BSB) will be available during the pre-sale at 10am PT. You do not need a password for this.

Public on-sale will be Friday, February 9th at 10am PT.

For more details visit BackstreetBoys.com!


03
Feb 18
Emilia Photos

Nick held a birthday bash with fans on February 1, 2018 at TopGolf Las Vegas to celebrate is 38th birthday. Check out some of the photos from Nick and TopGolf. Check out the cake Freed’s Bakery made. An old school boom box! How cool is that?

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01
Feb 18
Emilia News

iHeartRadio announced the performers for the iHeartRadio Music Awards. The Backstreet Boys are one of the performers at the show! The show airs March 11 at 8pm ET on TBS, TNT and Tru TV. If you live in Los Angeles and would like to attend you can purchase tickets at ticketmaster.com.


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Jan 18
Emilia BSB Album, News

The Backstreet Boys have been pretty quiet about who they’re working with on their upcoming album which is set to be released this year. Other than Timbaland and Steve Aoki we haven’t heard about anyone else.

According to Forbes the LA-based production and writing team The Stereotypes worked on a few upcoming projects including working with Backstreet Boys on their new album. In case you don’t know who they are The Stereotypes recently won Song of the Year for Bruno Mars’ “That’s What I Like” at the Grammys and worked on other songs on Bruno Mars’ most recent album. They were also nominated for Producers of the Year.

The info was mentioned in this article on Forbes.com.

Also, if you saw Nick’s Instagram live stream on January 28th he mentioned the new album. Nick said they’re almost done recording and thinks they might have a couple of singles to choose from soon! Nick posted his Instagram live stream over on his Facebook page.


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Jan 18
Emilia Fan Projects

Back in August 2017 a project was set up to celebrate Backstreet Boys 25th anniversary. The project was to get an ad in Billboard magazine and for us to accomplish this a gofundme page was set to help raise money. The amount needed for the Billboard magazine ad was $5,500 ($5,900 was listed due to gofundme taking a percentage of the funds raised). Earlier today we reached the goal! Currently $6,015 has been donated. Thank you to everyone who donated, shared items to giveaway to help raise money or just simply shared the link to the gofundme page. The Backstreet Army came together to help make this possible!

Stay tuned for updates on when the ad will be in Billboard magazine.

The extra money raised will be donated to charity in the Boys name.


28
Jan 18
Emilia Updates

Happy Birthday Nick! I hope you have an amazing day with your loved ones. Wishing you all the best for 2018!

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Jan 18
Emilia Media

ABC’s hit series The Goldbergs did a spinoff episode called 1990-Something and in the show one of the characters is a Backstreet Boys fan. Their song “I Want It That Way” was also used in the show! Check out the video from the show from Backstreet Boys Facebook!