BSB were at the Boys & Girls club in Salt Lake City, UT on June 23. Thanks to iamskippy at youtube
Back in September of ’09, the Backstreet Boys returned with their latest album, This is Us. The album debuted at number nine on the Billboard album chart and has since fallen off, which is unfortunate because the track “Straight Through My Heart” is a fantastic song.
Here’s what the Boys have to say about their album and tour…
Howie Dorough says he’s proud of the record…
“It feels great, you know. We feel we put together a great body of work that really truly represents the Backstreet Boys, with our signature sound, with our pop melodies, our harmonies and a little bit of pop R&B, a little bit of Euro-electric kind of sound. And we feel like it’s one of our best bodies of work to date. It’s very reminiscent of the style of records that people knew back in the day, like the Millennium album, the Black and Blue album.”
And Nick Carter says there’s no place he would rather be than on tour…
“We’re definitely ready, especially to be on tour in the States. You get a chance to be on a bus and just travel the country and see the places that we’ve been traveling since we were… for 17 years… in the very beginning, because that’s where we started, was in the States, and that’s the country that we had to first get our feet on the ground and get our music out there, so touring here is definitely special to us.”
The Backstreet Boys’ This Is Us tour rolls into Broomfield, CO tonight – and the boys will be rolling through NYC on August 26th at the Hammerstein Ballroom.
Source: 92.3 Now New York
For those going to shows on the West Coast the Backstreet Boys hired a new opening act. His name is Christain TV. He’s a new artist and has a song called ‘When She Turns 18′. He will be at the following shows.
June 25 – Temecula, CA
June 26 – Universal City, CA
June 27 – San Francsico, CA
June 28 – San Francisco, CA
June 30 – Reno, NV
July 1 – Fresno, CA
July 2 – Las Vegas, NV
Boy band fans got a tuneful surprise Saturday night at New York’s Radio City Music Hall when the Backstreet Boys made a surprise appearance at the New Kids on the Block concert.
“You get two for the price of one tonight,” Nick Carter told the screaming crowd.
The New Kids on the Block – Joey McIntyre, 37, Donnie Wahlberg, 40, Danny Wood, 41, and brothers Jordan, 40, and Jonathan Knight, 41 – were sitting in front of a white curtain bantering when they launched into the Backstreet Boys’s 1999 hit “I Want It That Way,” an hour into the concert.
A few weeks ago I had mentioned that BSB had a show in Rhode Island on August 25 and not too long after finding this date it was no longer listed on ticketmasters website. Now instead on that date there’s a show in Pittsburgh.
August 25 – Pittsburgh, PA – Total Trib Media Ampitheater at Station Square
Tickets are $39.50 to 75.00. It’s reserved seating. A presale on ticketmaster is June 23 at 10am. Tickets go on sale for the general public June 26 at 12pm. For more info go to ticketmaster.com.
On the boys official site a presale has been announced for those in the FC for Wednesday at 12:30pm ET.
I’m excited they are doing a show in my city. I will definetly be going.
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