Vote for the Backstreet Boys over at VH1.com for the greatest 90’s artist.
Shawn Desman is a singer mainly known in Canada and has recently opened up for BSB on their Canadian leg of the ‘This Is Us’ tour. Shawn posted on twitter that he’s currently in Nashville working with Nick.
DaRealSD In the studio with Nick Carter cookin up some heat! Oh yeahhhhhhhhhhhhh!!!!
4:24 PM Sep 2nd via ÜberTwitter
DaRealSD WOW! Wrote 2 great songs with @Tebey and Nick Carter today! Tomorrow is another day! sleepy time:-) #fb
about 22 hours ago via ÜberTwitter
Update: Tebey also posted on twitter about working with Nick.
Tebey Wrote 2 killer songs with Shawn Desman – @DaRealSD – and my favourite BSB Nick Carter yesterday! Off to write 2 more!
about 12 hours ago via web
Tebey posted another tweet and Nick also posted updates on twitter.
Tebey I haven’t been this excited in a session in a long time! Writing a HUGE HIT with Backstreet Boy @nickcarter and @shawndesman. Boooyah!
about 8 hours ago via web
nickcarter @DArealSD and @Tebay are the shizzie… They are both writing smashes with me for the solo. Man I’m stoked!! Super talented.
about 8 hours ago via web
DaRealSD @nickcarter is singin’ his ass offffff!!! This song is a SMASH!!!!!!!!!! I’m playin’ recording engineer
about 2 hours ago via ÜberTwitter
There are certain perks that come with doing what we do here at CONFRONT Magazine: going to see tons of great concerts, meeting high profile people, working in our chosen fields – be it journalism, administration or photography. And once in a while, we are lucky enough to have some of our dreams come true. For me, this has happened twice, the first being on the day of my 29th birthday when I got to interview 30 Seconds to Mars front man, Jared Leto, but that’s a story for another time.
I’m sure you’ll agree with me that incidents of dreams coming true don’t occur on a regular basis. So you can imagine my surprise when our friends at Evenko sent me an e-mail confirming that our interview request with the ultimate boyband, The Backstreet boys, had been approved.
I knew at a really young age that I wanted to be a writer. At first I wanted to be a novelist, an art form I still dabble in in my spare time, but it was when I signed up for the school newspaper as part of my extra-curricular activities, that I quickly fell in love with Journalism and focused on becoming a reporter.
During an exercise in my journalism class in college, we were asked to put together a Q&A package for a celebrity we would like to interview and without having to think too hard, I picked The Backstreet Boys. I don’t remember exactly what it is I had put together, however I do remember thinking that if I ever got to ask them those questions, it would mean that I had made it as an entertainment reporter.
While in Montreal, Canada during the This Is Us tour Backstreet Boys did a interview with Sonia Benezra. She asked about leaving Jive, Nick’s weight, alcohol, drug issues, Howie losing his father among many other things. The interview is over 40 minutes long.
You can watch it at musimax.com or download it at the community.
Come on out and watch DJ Lani, Nick Carter and Howie D spin at club Libertine on Sunset in West Hollywood on Saturday, September 25th!
where: Libertine on Sunset
8210 Sunset Blvd
when: Saturday, Sept 25th at 11pm
tix: $20 cover
These aren’t my videos but I found some full videos of some other songs on youtube! Enjoy. I’ll update if I find more from the show in Pittsburgh. Thanks to Kellypesteves, juliex3zdae and kaosluver06. They are great vids and I wanted to share them.
PITTSBURGH — Backstreet Boys were back in Pittsburgh on Wednesday, and suddenly 1997 seemed quaint.
Was life really so simple then, that a generation of girls would become smitten by five ballad-belting young men busting cleverly choreographed, PG-rated dance moves?
There are just four Backstreet Boys now — Nick Carter, Howie Dorough, A.J. McLean and Brian Littrell, whose young son, Baylee, was first on stage Wednesday, cutely greeting a few thousand predominantly female fans. Seriously, I haven’t seen the men’s room at a concert so sparsely occupied since 1997, at Lilith Fair.
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