While at the premiere for the Backstreet Boys documentary on January 29th Kevin talked to CBS Los Angeles.
Backstreet Boys attend the premiere of their documentary “Show ‘Em What You’re Made Of” in Los Angeles, CA on January 29, 2015.
In 2013, when the Backstreet Boys set out to make their first album since Kevin Richardson’s return (and launch their 20th anniversary tour), they headed London to record for three weeks. Leaving their families and girlfriends behind, they found a house to stay in and began their latest creative venture. And then that turned into something else entirely.
“The five of us were in L.A. before we started the most recent record,” A.J. McLean said. “We were sitting in Kevin’s living room, we were listening to The Beatles’ White Album and all kinds of music, trying to be inspired and figure out what the new direction was going to be for the album. And Nick kind of brought up the idea of, ‘What if we kind of guerrilla-style film the making of the album?’”
But once they arrived in London, they found out that Brian Littrell, widely regarded as the group’s lead vocalist, had something to tell them: He was dealing with muscle tension dysphonia around his vocal chords, which affected his voice heavily on some days and not so much on others.
“It was the first time that we first talked to Brian about what was going on with his voice and everything just kind of came into fruition about, ‘Maybe this can be more than just about the making of the record,’” McLean said. And with that, the idea for their upcoming documentary, Show ‘Em What You’re Made Of, was born.
While Howie was crashing a fans wedding he was also interviewed by FloridaToday.com.
Howie did a radio interview this morning on XL 106.7 in Orlando, FL where he talked about the release of the Backstreet Boys documentary “Show ‘Em What You’re Made Of.
Download the interview here.
Thanks to XL 106.7.
As we’re just a few weeks away from the release of the Backstreet Boys documentary “Show ‘Em What You’re Made Of” there will be a interview posted on BackstreetBoys.com every week. The interview is with Howie and Kevin. They talk about being prodcuers of the film and the filming itself.
Head over to BackstreetBoys.com to read the first part of the interview and check back next week for more.
Kevin is featured in the January issue of SET Magazine. In the issue Kevin talks about BSB, a solo project, family and more!
Visit issuu.com to read Kevin’s interview.
AJ appeared on the Disney Parks Christmas Parade on December 25. He was with his daughter Ava and talked about her favorite movie being Frozen. Thanks to Jennie for the video.
Watch it on her Tumblr page.
New photos of Kevin singing the National Anthem at the University of Kentucky Football game on November 8, 2014 in Lexington, KY are added to the gallery.
Kevin sang the National Anthem at the University of Kentucky Football game against Georgia on November 8, 2014.