Sep 19, 2011

Pues el día de hoy les compartimos la nueva canción de BSB... Lost in space
Es una cación con mucho ritmo y muy bailable... esperemos que está canción sea porque esten preparando nuevo disco :)
No hay nada confirmado, pero ya veremos después, mientras tanto les dejo la canción

Jul 3, 2011

NKOTBSB at Staples Center: Concert Review

The combined supergroup featuring New Kids on the Block and Backstreet Boys took concertgoers back in time with a highly energetic and entertaining show.

Barely a tween was to be found at the concert headlined by boy-band supergroup NKOTBSB on Friday night, but you’d hardly know it from the deafening screams inside the packed Staples Center in Los Angeles.

While the fans may have gotten older, it seems their appreciation for late-‘80s /early-‘90s hitmakers New Kids on the Block and late-‘90s/early-2000s mega-sellers Backstreet Boys hasn’t diminished. (It’s likely that the mostly twenty- and thirtysomething female audience -- who stood pretty much during the entire 2 1/2-hour show -- was comprised nearly entirely of fans who had grown up with one of the bands, and this probably wasn’t their first time seeing them in person based on the vintage concert tees some sported.)

But from the start, NKOTB and BSB came out to entertain, and the audience didn’t leave disappointed. Sure, the costumes may be less flashy, the hair a little thinner and the voices a bit lower -- the Kids and Boys are now in their thirties and forties -- but inside Staples Center, fans were transported back in time. The groups knew what the fans wanted -- hit songs, flashes of skin and some well-choreographed dance moves -- and they more than delivered.

In a nod to their heydays, NKOTBSB kicked off the show with a mash-up of “Single”/”The One” to the melody of Coldplay’s “Vida La Vida,” which includes the line: “I used to rule the world.” From there, the two groups took turns turning out their greatest hits, and it was soon clear all nine singers haven’t lost any of their vocal abilities.

While NKOTB member Joey McIntyre’s voice has certainly changed from when he recorded “Please Don’t Go Girl” as a youngster, the song actually benefits -- and gets an update -- from his lower register and more mature tone. Meanwhile, the night’s standout had to be NKOTB’s Jordan Knight, who impressed by hitting the falsettos in “Didn’t I (Blow Your Mind)” and “I’ll Be Loving You Forever” as if he were still in his teens.

One of the biggest crowd-pleasing moments came courtesy of Donnie Wahlberg, who ripped off his tank top and wiped sweat from his chest on it while singing "Cover GIrl." (It should be duly noted that the years have been very good to these guys, who were all in tip-top shape). At this point, the audience was going wild with anticipation, and as expected, Wahlberg threw it out into the audience, where there was a bit of a mad dash to claim the souvenir.

For BSB fans, the highlight of the show was probably the surprise appearance of original member Kevin Richardson, who left the group in 2006. He popped up during a performance of “I Want It That Way” to screams that felt as if they could be heard all the way in NKOTB’s Boston hometown.

“Wow, this feels good,” Richardson told the ecstatic crowd of being reunited with the group and being on stage again.

One comical moment came when the Backstreet Boys brought up members of the audience to serenade with their hit “I’ll Never Break Your Heart.” The four chosen were three females and one very good-natured male, who played along as A.J. McLean sang lyrics including “From the first day that I saw your smiling face/Honey, I knew that we would be together forever” directly to him.

Indeed, both groups clearly appreciate their fans and made efforts to include them in the show, whether by singing amid the crowd (NKOTB) or making a midshow entrance down the audience stairways, shaking hands and even posing for pictures while singing (BSB). In addition, the stage was set up to give concertgoers optimal views -- even those in the cheap seats -- with a catwalk-like extension that covered more than half the length of the Staples floor and included rising platforms at either end.

Overall, the night could be described as one big nostalgia fest, albeit one that surprisingly didn’t feel dated. In addition to the set list -- and NKOTB pulling out their signature side-to-side leg kicks for “The Right Stuff,” another fan-pleaser -- both groups scattered portions of songs ranging from AC/DC’s “Back in Black,” Prince’s “Raspberry Beret,” Queen’s “We Will Rock You” and Bel Biv Devoe’s “Poison” throughout the performances.

“There are two generations here,” McIntyre told the crowd at one point. “To some, it’s 1989 again, and to some others, it’s 1999 again. … There’s no reason it has to stop.”

Still, the combined NKOTBSB did bring things into 2011 by singing their catchy recent single “Don’t Turn Out the Lights (D.T.O.T.L.)” before heading into an encore that included the NKOTB’s “Hangin’ Tough,” BSB’s “Backstreet’s Back” and the “NKOTBSB Mash-Up” featuring snippets of hits that have been re-recorded.

The nine guys have obvious chemistry and enjoy touring together, but say this were a battle of the boy bands: Who would win? While BSB’s songs hold up better overall, NKOTB brought a bit more energy and stage presence to the highly entertaining show.

Opening act Jordin Sparks proved she’s come a long way since her American Idol days. The Season 6 winner, looking fit and performing like a pro, sang an energetic set that included her hits “Tattoo” and “No Air.” She can belt a tune, no doubt, but a heavy reliance on backing vocals prompted one concertgoer to lament that she was giving off the impression she was lip-synching.

The first opening act, Ashlyne Huff, did her best to warm up the crowd with frequent shout-outs to the headliners that drew cheers, though she and her backup dancers’ silver-sequined costumes and backing DJ made the performance seem more appropriate for a nightclub than a venue like Staples.

Single/The One -- NKOTBSB
Summertime –- NKOTB
The Call –- BSB
Dirty Dancing -– NKOTB
Bye Bye Love –- BSB
The Right Stuff -– NKOTB
Larger Than Life -– NKOTBSB
Didn't I (Blow Your Mind) –- NKOTB
Valentine Girl –- NKOTB
If You Go Away -– NKOTB
Please Don’t Go Girl -– NKOTB
Show Me the Meaning of Being Lonely -– BSB
10,000 Promises -– BSB
I’ll Never Break Your Heart -– BSB
Inconsolable –- BSB
Drowning –- BSB
Incomplete –- BSB
Step by Step –- NKOTB
Cover Girl –- NKOTB
My Favorite Girl -– NKOTB
Games –- NKOTB
Click Click Click –- NKOTB
Tonight -– NKOTB
Shape of My Heart -– BSB
As Long as You Love Me -– BSB
All I Have to Give -– BSB
If You Stay –- BSB
Quit Playing Games (With My Heart) -– BSB
I’ll Be Loving You Forever -– NKOTB
I Want It That Way -– BSB
Don’t Turn Out the Lights (D.T.O.T.L.) -– NKOTBSB

Everybody (Backstreet’s Back) -– BSB
Hangin’ Tough/We Will Rock You -– NKOTB
Everybody (Backstreet’s Back)/Hangin’ Tough (NKOTBSB Mash-up) -- NKOTBSB


Jul 1, 2011

Review: New Kids on the Block, Backstreet Boys in Phoenix

A decade or two ago, when the Kids were boys and the Boys were kids, the mere mention of pop groups New Kids on the Block or Backstreet Boys would illicit ear-piercing screams and happy tears from throngs of adoring teenage girls.
Thursday night, June 30, at the NKOTBSB boy-band blowout at US Airways Center in Phoenix, the two groups proved that the boy-band/girl-fan dynamic still holds true - even now that the boys and girls are all grown up.

It was hard to tell which group attracted more fans to the concert, which gave equal billing to '80s studs New Kids on the Block (Donnie Wahlberg, 41; Danny Wood, 42; Joey McIntyre, 38; Jordan Knight, 41; Jonathan Knight, 42) and '90s heartthrobs Backstreet Boys (Brian Littrell, 36; Nick Carter, 31; A.J. McLean, 33; Howie Dorough, 37). The fifth BSB Kevin Richardson no longer performs with the group.

Nearly every person in the female-dominated, packed arena danced, howled, and clicked dozens of photos throughout the two-and-a-half-hour show, during which the two groups would switch on stage every five or six songs.

Twenty-somethings wore T-shirts declaring their love for the BSB in puffy paint, and 30-somethings held "I heart Danny" and "Praise the Jord" signs. A group of fans waved "Get naked" signs at whichever group was currently on stage.

The show opened with a medley of NKOTB's "Single" and BSB's "The One" arranged to the melody of Coldplay's "Viva La Vida."

The guys were dressed in dark clothes, wearing the suit jackets, sleeveless vests or T-shirts befitting their parts as the bad boy, hunk or goofball of the group.

The first song had all the quintessential boy-band qualities: synchronized choreography, spotlighted solos and tight harmonies - elements that held true for the entire show.

It also highlighted the extreme entertainment value of the set, giving fans a taste of the fireworks, fog, air-launched streamers, floor-length runway and two circular hydraulic stages that would punctuate the performances.

The NKOTB took the first set, easing their way onto Nostalgia Road with the 2008 single "Summertime." A few songs later, the Kids were back in 1989, showing off their signature sideways kicks and coordinated pelvic thrusts during "You Got It (The Right Stuff)."

BSB joined the first-generation boy-band for an explosive rendition of "Larger Than Life," the second single of the BSB's 1999 album "Millennium" that sold more than 13 million copies.

Then it was back to the Block for a few ballads.

Jordan Knight started off the slower set with the NKOTB version of the Delfonics' "Didn't I (Blow Your Mind)." While Wahlberg, Wood, McIntyre and Jonathan Knight danced behind mic stands, Jordan walked the length of the runway flexing his on-point falsetto.

Wood got a turn in the spotlight during a mash-up of "Valentine Girl" and "If You Go Away."

And McIntyre closed the set with a stirring a cappella solo at the end of New Kids' '88 breakthrough single "Please Don't Go Girl." The crowd swooned as he crooned the lyrics "Please don't go, girl/You would ruin my whole word." The pitch of the screams amplified with every hip gyration until the air seemed to vibrate.

It was the BSBs' turn to serenade the ladies next. Dressed in white iridescent suits, they started with "Show Me the Meaning of Being Lonely" from "Millennium," followed by "10,000 Promises" from "Backstreet's Back."

"Speaking on behalf of all the guys, I have to say we always love coming to Arizona," Dorough told the crowd. "Arizona has the most beautiful ladies in all the world. I think it's time to bring some Arizona love onstage."

Each member walked into the crowd, taking the hand of an adoring fan and leading her onstage. After receiving a long-stemmed rose, the women sat on stools as the boys sang them "I'll Never Break Your Heart" on bended knee.

The NKOTB returned with one of their best-selling singles, "Step by Step." During the electric guitar-heavy rendition of "Cover Girl," Wahlberg enraptured fans by showing off his (better-than-ever) washboard abs after ripping off his black tank top Hulk Hogan-style.

McIntyre relaxed the audience, taking them from the Wahlberg-inspired "Whoo" to more of an "Aww" with a sentimental speech:

"It sort of feels like there's two generations in the house tonight. For some of us, it feels like it's 1989 all over again. For some, it feels like it's 1999 again. Whatever year it is, it feels like magic."

Then, like magic, the BSB appeared on the stairs at the top of the arena's first level singing "Shape of My Heart." Fans rushed nearer to the aisles, jumping over seats with their cameras and reaching over one another to touch the singers.

Once they reached the stage, they progressed through several hits, including "All I Have to Give" and "Quit Playing Games (With My Heart)."

The show ended like it started: with both groups onstage and plenty of pyrotechnics. Representing their hometowns, the NKOTB sported Boston Celtics jerseys while the BSB wore Orlando Magic jerseys as they sang a medley of "Everybody (Backstreet's Back)" and "Hangin' Tough."

Glendale native Jordin Sparks, the 2007 "American Idol" winner, opened the show. Sparks, now 21, seems to be over any of the shyness she had as a teen performer, dancing with attitude and belting out vocals with ease.

"It's been awhile since I've been here," she said. "My family and friends are all here . . . I'm excited to be back. Thanks for all the support over the last five years."

She also had the look of a diva, wearing a glittery purple fringe dress and her hair in a mess of curls reminiscent of a young Janet Jackson.

Sparks performed with two male dancers, and sang six songs, including "No Air," "Tattoo," "Battlefield" and her latest single "I Am Woman."


NKOTBSB at US Airways Center, 6-30-11


New Kids On the Block and Backstreet Boys have grown up a bit since their heydays on MTV and the music charts, and so have their fans. But that hasn't stopped the bands from cashing in on nostalgia, or people from buying tickets for this tour. Those people seem to fall into two categories: mostly old fans of either or both bands, and to a lesser extent, non-fans who are curious to see what the big deal was and who still shows up to see these guys. We sent one person from each camp to the NKOTBSB show -- Melissa Fossum, who was a huge fan of the Backstreet Boys, and Daniel Raven, who secretly liked New Kids on The Block and turned out to be one of the few guys in attendance.
New Kids on the Block, and Backstreet Boys (NKOTBSB)
U.S. Airways Center
Thursday, June 30, 2011

Melissa: Like most girls born in the late '80s, I went through a huge boy band phase. During the TRL heyday, I was just as crazy about the Backstreet Boys as most of the girls screaming like banshees on TV. Unlike them, BSB's music never brought me to tears, although I did concoct a few dance routines with my friends.

Daniel: As a 28-year-old guy who primarily listens to gangsta rap and industrial music, I've spent a long time trying to hide the fact that I played the hell out of the New Kids' album Hangin' Tough when I was six or seven and owned it on cassette. I viewed the opportunity to go to this show as a chance to end my decades-long repression of the fact that I was once a boy band fan and finally find closure.
Melissa: Donnie Wahlberg from NKOTB said there were two generations in the audience -- those who think it's 1989 and those who think it's 1999. Backstreet fans may have dominated the audience, but New Kids fans were equally energetic. The screaming from the audience was contagious. And, well, the boys looked good and that was definitely something to cheer about. The gals hooted and hollered at all the chest rubs and crotch thrusts throughout the evening. At times, it felt more like a Chippendale's performance than a concert. Some girls even had signs that read "Get Naked." I can't complain.

Daniel: There were so many young willing virgins (and their mothers) at this show. If I didn't have a girlfriend, this would have been a highly productive evening. Zero competition for chicks in the stands, and the guys on stage were obviously gay, so no issues there.

Melissa: Each band had multiple costume changes. The show started with both bands sharing the stage in leather jackets. New Kids' finest ensemble was the matching suits and fedoras worn during a medley of slow love songs. They looked as sharp as the Rat Pack. Both bands overkilled glitter. I understand that boy bands aren't the most macho thing in the world, but there's just something wrong with Donnie Wahlberg's bedazzled Public Enemy shirt. I know Flava Flav likes bling, but still...

Daniel: After a surprisingly well-produced intro video that showcased the members of both groups and put names to faces (presumably so girls in the audience would know what to name their shower heads), the groups appeared together on stage in one spray-tan colored mass of Botox and Bedazzled t-shirts. The only thing "Hangin' Tough" on stage were these guys' tampon strings. Although the groups eventually moved on to more tasteful ensembles like Bedazzled military outfits, suits, and jeans and wife beaters, when they first appeared they were wearing the largest collection of sparkly accessories I have ever seen. Hats aren't supposed to hurt peoples' eyes when light hits them, and Donnie Wahlberg will NEVER be cool enough to rock a Public Enemy T-shirt, let alone one made of rhinestones.

Stage Presence:
Melissa: Both bands played like they were still at the top of their game. Howie Dorough sang former Backstreet Boy Kevin Richardson's parts and did a decent job in his place, although one of my friends kept griping at his absence. I was really impressed by NKOTB's singing. They managed to hit all the high notes in spite of recording songs before finishing puberty. Neither band changed their choreography much, sticking to their music video moves.

Daniel: NKOTB outshined the Backstreet Boys in the same ways that good sex surpasses bad sex. The former were patient, considerate, focused, and passionate, while the latter were clumsy, frantic, selfish, and overly eager. While the New Kids exercised restraint and allowed whoever was singing the main part of a particular song to be the focus of attention, the members of BSB were constantly jostling one another to get noticed by the audience. The Backstreet Boys' choreography lacked cohesion, and because the individual singers kept flailing around in their own ways and shouting mindless nonsense like "PHOENIX!" over each other's parts, they came off as immature and amateurish. In BSB's defense, their songs tend to contain lead vocals from all the group's members, while NKOTB's typically feature one member providing primary vocals and the rest in a supporting role. Still, the Backstreet Boys' performance left me feeling violated.

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Jordan Knight of NKOTB
Song Selection:
Melissa: The first half of the show was extremely energetic until New Kids put on their Rat Pack ensemble and sang a bunch of sappy love songs. Things continued to slow down when BSB did the same thing. These songs were all bunched together and should have been broken up. A few covers snuck their way into the set. NKOTBSB kicked things off with Coldplay's "Viva la Vida," which was interesting at first, but got pretty weird toward the end. The song doesn't translate well to a boy band. A Rusko song brought Nick Carter to the end of the catwalk doing booty drops. He lead BSB's version of "Raspberry Beret," which sounded good. New Kids sprinkled in some surprises, singing part of Queen's "We Will Rock You" and including the guitar riff from AC/DC's "Back in Black."

Daniel: While the Backstreet Boys got great audience response from boy band classics like "Backstreet's Back," "I Want It That Way," and "Shape Of My Heart," the group's shoddy showmanship and lack of class overshadowed the music and undermined their efforts. Hits from NKOTB included "I'll Be Loving You (Forever)," "Step By Step," and "You Got It (The Right Stuff)." The New Kids simply have better songs. Sorry, Melissa. The older boy band even beat out BSB when it came to covers. The "My Favorite Girl" mash-up with Bell Biv DeVoe's "Poison" kicked ass and almost made up for the group's outfits. The Backstreet Boys' mash-up of "Quit Playing Games (With My Heart)" with Prince's "Raspberry Beret" fell flat. Who told BSB they were worthy of covering Prince?

Band Comparison:
Melissa: In spite of my Backstreet bias, I was very impressed with New Kids on the Block. I was expecting them to not have as much energy as BSB, but they sounded great, even if I wasn't that familiar with their material.

Daniel: Watching these groups trade the stage for two hours, I got the sense that NKOTB are consummate professionals who genuinely like each other, have spent their whole lives honing their craft, and haven't allowed obscurity or many years of inactivity to dull their skills. I also became convinced that the Backstreet Boys only care about making money and banging groupies and probably figure they don't need to practice for their live shows to keep doing that, so long as their stylists can keep them looking good in music videos and their producers can keep them sounding nice on the radio.

Closing Thoughts:
Melissa: This show was a lot better than anticipated. I was all smiles, feeling the same way I did seeing Arcade Fire and Matt & Kim. I'm sure I'm just as surprised to make that statement as you are to read it. Tonight, I watched a concert with the same enthusiasm as a tween. I don't expect to feel it for any other '90s band unless the Spice Girls come back to town.

Daniel: The New Kids On The Block rule, the Backstreet Boys drool.

Set list: 1. Medley: "Single" / "The One" (contains elements of "Viva la Vida")
2. "Summertime"
3. "The Call"
4. "Dirty Dancing"
5. "Get Down (You're the One for Me)"
6. "You Got It (The Right Stuff)"
7. "Larger Than Life"
8. "Didn't I (Blow Your Mind This Time)"
9. "Valentine Girl"
10. "If You Go Away"
11. "Please Don't Go Girl"
12. "Show Me the Meaning of Being Lonely"
13. "10,000 Promises"
14. "I'll Never Break Your Heart"
15. "Inconsolable"
16. "Drowning"
17. "Incomplete"
18. "Step By Step"
19. "Cover Girl"
20. "My Favorite Girl"
21. "Games"
22. "Click Click Click"
23. "Tonight"
24. "Shape of My Heart"
25. "As Long As You Love Me"
26. "All I Have to Give"
27. "If You Stay"(contains excerpts of "Raspberry Beret")
28. "Quit Playing Games (With My Heart)" (contains elements of "Don't Stop 'til You Get Enough")
29. "I'll Be Loving You (Forever)"
30. "I Want It That Way"
31. "Don't Turn Out the Lights"
32. "Everybody (Backstreet's Back)"
33. "Hangin' Tough"(contains excerpts from "We Will Rock You")
34. Medley: "Everybody (Backstreet's Back)" / "Hangin' Tough" (Reprise)


Nick Carter Tour Bus and Backstage

Source: MIX1007

Nota sobre BSB y el grupo Japonés TVXQ

Los Backstreet Boys llaman a TVXQ una imagen de sí mismos.

Aunque TVXQ es aparentemente el grupo reinante en la música pop asiática, no son la única banda de chicos con un éxito épico.

Como un grupo que ha vendido más de 130 millones de discos en todo el mundo, los Backstreet Boys son sin duda uno de los grupos más reconocidos y de mayores ventas de todos los tiempos. Aunque su debut fue hace mucho tiempo, en 1993, este grupo aún sigue unido y regresaron en 2007. De hecho, incluso lanzaron un nuevo álbum titulado This is Us el pasado octubre, y un segundo disco de grandes éxitos hace apenas un mes. Aunque celebridades como Lady Gaga y Soulja Boy definen el pop estadounidense para muchas personas en estos días, este quinteto convertido en cuarteto es uno de los artistas pop más exitosos de las últimas décadas.

De cualquier modo, el 24 de febrero los Backstreet Boys se presentarán en el Melon-AX Hall de Seúl como parte de su gira mundial This is Us de promoción del álbum. Los Boys se presentaron anteriormente en Seúl en 2006 y 2008, siendo éste su tercer concierto en Corea.

Star News tuvo la oportunidad de realizar una entrevista por correo electrónico con el grupo el 17 de febrero, en la que revelaron que conocían a TVXQ.

“Conocimos a un grupo coreano llamado TVXQ en Japón hace un tiempo”, dijeron los Backstreet Boys. “Aunque su apariencia externa era diferente porque se vestían de forma diferente y eran de otra raza, fue como vernos en el espejo. … Recuerdo cómo TVXQ nos recordó quienes solíamos ser”.

“Lo bueno de nuestro show es que podemos interactuar directamente con nuestros fanáticos y verlos cara a cara”, continuó el grupo. Los Boys también revelaron que el escenario estaría dispuesto con muchas ideas creativas y un número de baile. También contaron que su comida coreana favorita era el bulgogi (barbecue coreana).

“Nuestros fanáticos… nos hacen sonar como Superman, sin embargo somos personas completamente normales”, continuaron, mostrando humildad a pesar de su éxito – una cualidad que definitivamente comparten con TVXQ.

Si realmente se ven reflejados, estoy seguro de que muchos Cassies esperan que TVXQ permanezca unido eternamente, tal como su contraparte estadounidense.

Creditos: &

Mar 19, 2011

Videos: Soundcheck en Mexico

hola a tod@s
¿cómo les fue en esta visita de los Backstreet Boys a nuestro país? Bueno pues aquí les compartimos los videitos del SC en el DF donde cantaron Siberia y Climbing the Walls, disfrutenlos :)

Mar 17, 2011

Siguen Backstreet Boys arrancando gritos ensordecedores a fans mexicanas

Los estadunidenses dieron un concierto en el Auditorio Nacional como parte de su gira This is Us.

Arturo Cruz Bárcenas
Publicado: 17/03/2011 16:32

México, DF. Nick Carter, Howie Dorough, Brian Littrell y AJ McLean, que conforman el exitoso grupo popero estadunidense de los años noventa Backstreet Boys, ofrecieron un concierto donde la tónica fue la gritería ensordecedora, lo cual refleja que para las jóvenes siguen siendo sensuales y eternos adolescentes.

Durante dos horas, los chicos gringos cantaron lo mejor de su repertorio, sin una orquesta detrás de ellos, tan sólo con un diyéi, pistas y una poderosa consola, lo cual abarata costos, pero resta glamur, por decir lo menos.

Eso fue pecata minuta, pues desde la primera rola se marcó el tono para que cundiera el reino de los ademanes, de los apóstrofes. A cada movimiento seguían suspiros y alaridos, cuerpos de las asistentes balanceándose cachondonamente. Todo es válido en la oscuridad.

Abrieron con We´be got it going on, que dio la ruta de una fiesta de un hipotético antro donde el centro es el diyéi. Los BSB llegaron a México como parte de su gira This is Us, con la que revalidan una carrera donde lo que vende es la apariencia y las coreografías.

Los Backstreet Boys han vendido más de 76 millones de álbumes en todo el mundo. El público que se reunió el pasado miércoles en el Auditorio Nacional fue heterogéneo, diverso, y había segmentos con sus incondicionales de siempre nuevos fans y representantes de la tercera edad. En diversos medios informativos el comentario ha sido simplón y remarcando una supuesta decrepitud de los BSB, pero muchos de los que hicieron críticas negativas nisiquiera fueron al concierto.


Jan 14, 2011

AJ Press Communicate

“For personal reasons, I’ve checked myself into a rehab clinic. With 2011 being a busy year for Backstreet, I want to be healthy and perform & sing for people at my very best and happiest. None of this will affect our current tour plans and I look forward to seeing everyone really soon! Thank you for all of your support and respecting my family and friends privacy during this time.”

- AJ McLean.

Nov 3, 2010


Hace poco en el twitter de BSB lanzaron esta pagina Check it out!! #nkotbsb, donde confirman que haran gira para el siguiente verano.

Checen la pagina para mas info y les dejo su twitter

RT @RyanSeacrest: I can OFFICIALLY confirm that @NKOTB and @BackstreetBoys are going on tour Summer 2011! Info:

Source: JSO y BSB Twitter

Oct 28, 2010

Foto: de Kevin en Popstars

Es agradable ver fotos de el :D


Oct 25, 2010

Backstreet Boys Reunion in Oprah

They’re all back, alright. The 90’s boyband spectacle – Backstreet Boys are having a reunion, courtesy of Oprah. Even Kevin Richardson will be there, who left the Backstreet Boys in 2006 to “move on… with his life”. Well, who would let Oprah down? The Backstreet Boys reunion will be happening soon in an episode in Oprah. Below is a video caught by a lucky fan who caught them in O’Hare Airport in Chicago as they are set for a taping at the Harpo Studios:


Oct 6, 2010

Video: AJ "It Gets Better!

Hace unos días Rochelle publico un video de AJ donde habla de un acontecimiento que esta pasando en USA. Y Perez Hilton publico el video, asi que se los dejo y un video que esta subtitulado.

AJ from the @BackStreetBoys makes an#ItGetsBetter video for gay youth!

Source: Rochelle & Perezhilton Twitter, AJ Mclean Spanish Club youtube

Aug 23, 2010

Kill Speed de nuevo en television

Me comentaron que de nuevo Cablevision pasara la pelicula de Nick, hay que contratar el canal y la podras ver todo el día :) les dejo los dias que lo piensan pasar.

Miercoles, 25 de agosto
Sabado, 28 de agosto
Jueves, 2 de septiembre

Aug 17, 2010

New Kids and Backstreet Boys Manning Up for Joint Tour?!

Backstreet's back! And going on the road with New Kids on the Block!

The hip-to-be-square manbands are close to signing a deal with Live Nation Entertainment for a joint U.S. tour in 2011, perhaps as early as March, E! News has exclusively learned.

A source close to the negotiations describes the proposed tour as an Expendables-meets-boy band experience, referring to the action blockbuster starring many beefy stars of yore.

"The idea is to recreate the boy band phenomenon," says the source. "It will be the ultimate ladies' night out."

Not that this would be the first time that Backstreet Boys and NKOTB have shared the spotlight.

Backstreet, which is down to a quartet since the 2006 exit of eldest member Kevin Richardson, joined New Kids onstage in June at Radio City Music Hall for a big group "jam" on Backstreet's "I Want It That Way."

"As for TONIGHT'S Concert... BACKSTREET BOYS got my respect forever!" Donnie Wahlberg tweeted afterward.

Indeed, that's where the idea of a joint tour began to jell, our source recalls.

"The response was amazing," the source says. "It was a great night of music."

We hear that Live Nation is currently searching for a third band to join the tour, with Boyz II Men being at the top of the list, and that, even though New Kids and Backstreet have different management, representatives from both camps have already begun talking about recording a single together prior to a tour.

A Live Nation rep declined to comment.