Backstreet Boys performed live at the British Summer Time Festival at Hyde Park in London, England on July 6, 2014. HQ photos are added to the gallery.
More photos are added starting at photo 46.
New photos from the In A World Like This Tour have been added for the following shows. Thanks to RileySmithFan.com.
Mountain View, CA May 25, 2014.
Las Vegas, NV After Party May 30, 2014.
Backstreet Boys performed live in Detroit, MI on June 17, 2014. Photos in HQ are added to the gallery.
Backstreet Boys are still touring for the In A World Like This tour and many photots have been added from recent shows.
Oklahoma City, OK June 6, 2014. Credit: NewsOK.com.
St. Paul, MN June 10, 2014. Credit: tcdailyplanet.net and startribune.com.
Chicago, IL June 11, 2014.
Yesterday AJ did some radio interviews and he was interviewed on i94 in Indianapolis, IN. You can listen to the interview below.
AJ was interviewed on The Mix 10.79 in Indianapolis, IN this morning. The station has uploaded the interview and you can listen to it below.
Howie recently did a radio interview with Mario Lopez. He talks about touring, the next album and more.
Backstreet Boys performed live in Las Vegas, NV on May 30, 2014. HQ photos are added to the gallery.
Not many bands can reach that milestone.
But the Backstreet Boys did — despite those naysayers.
“We proved them wrong,” Howie Dorough says during a recent phone interview. “Now everything that we do is helping us grow as musicians.”
Dorough and crew — which includes Kevin Richardson, AJ McLean, Nick Carter and Brian Littrell — have embarked on a tour which will make a stop in Albuquerque on Monday, June 2.
The Backstreet Boys recorded its recent album, “In a World Like This,” in London and Los Angeles with producers Martin Terefe, Max Martin, Morgan Reid & Prophet, Dan Muckula and Justin Trugman.
Dorough says working with Martin on the album was another great experience for the band.
“We’ve worked with Max since the beginning and we’ve been very fortunate to have some great hits,” he says. “He has helped us grow as a band.”
Nearly 20 years after declaring they’ve “got it goin’ on,” the Backstreet Boys are still in demand.
The boy band that graduated from teenage dreams to full-fledged adults without spiraling into obscurity (or worse) is packing arenas across the globe with its current “In a World Like This Tour,” which began last year.
The tour marks the 20th anniversary of the group that, along with baby-faced rivals ’N Sync and 98 Degrees, dominated the charts worldwide during the boy band boom of the late 1990s — and with 130 million albums sold, it’s unlikely the Backstreet Boys will ever relinquish the title of best-selling boy band in history.
Both BSB and their fans have matured beyond the glory days of syrupy pop. The group’s latest album, 2013’s “In a World Like This,” continues a blend of contemporary pop rock and R&B inflected harmonies and the stage show proves the guys — in their 30s and 40s — still have it goin’ on.
Ahead of their stop at the Forum on Thursday, Pop & Hiss caught up with member Brian Littrell to talk touring, reunions and how the group has kept it together.