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Blind Channel Covers Backstreet Boys’ “Everybody (Backstreet’s Back)” At idobi Studios

After delivering mesmerizing performances of their hit tracks, “DEADZONE” and their 2021 Eurovision Song Contest track, “Dark Side,” which garnered the nu-metal act a sixth-place placement at the competition, Blind Channel is back…alright! This time, they’ve brought all of the gooey boy-band goodness to life at the idobi Radio Studios with their cover of the Backstreet Boys’ “Everybody (Backstreet’s Back).” The six-piece—comprised of duo vocalists Joel Hokka and Niko Moilanen, guitarist Joonas Porko, bassist Olli Matela, drummer Tommi Lalli, and percussionist Aleksi Kaunisvesi—clad in all black, brings a playful albeit dark essence to the 1997 pop sensation. While the whole… Read more »


Episode 35 – Jamal Moore – Usher, Natasha Bedingfield, T.I., Backstreet Boys, Kelly Rowland, Cody Simpson, Voyager

What can be said about Jamal that he isn’t overflowing with gratitude for?! NOTHING! He’s served as the backbone for some of the biggest artists, on some of the biggest stages to ever grace this existence, but his love for the drums is equally as potent when he’s back in his humble home jamming with his people who started it all! This man is well aware how important our roots are, MAXIMUM RESPECT! A true inspiration to the Drum community, massive gratitude for taking the time to pass some of that inspiration on via Disposable Heroes!!!! Make sure to check… Read more »


Backstreet Boys Back in Studio

The now-aged but still-recording New Kids on the Block have some whippersnappers competing for the attention of suburban housewives nationwide by the name of the Backstreet Boys. Brian Littrell, Nick Carter, Howie Dorough and A.J. McLean are looking to give their boy-band brethren a run for their record sales. The quartet has begun working on its sixth studio album, targeted for a late 2008 release, just in time to compete with the latest from NKOTB. The Backstreet Boys (still sans the retired Kevin Richardson) began cranking on the new material while touring Europe last month, according to Billboard. They may… Read more »


Backstreet Boys hope to restore fading fortunes

AJ McLean remembers the conversation well. Kevin Richardson was having doubts about his future in the Backstreet Boys, and one night in the dressing room after a 2005 show, he told his friends in the mega-selling boy band how he was feeling. “There’s some things I need to do first, for me,” McLean recalled Richardson saying. The group had been discussing “when we wanted to start recording again,” McLean said. “Everyone was ready, but that was the first time Kevin put it out in the atmosphere that he wasn’t.” The Boys needed some time to digest Richardson’s news. In June… Read more »


'NSYNC, Backstreet Boys Relics Auctioned

Everything must go! One day only! If you’re in the market for some ‘NSYNC gold records, a couple of Sea Doos, 10,000 jewel cases or a LFO signed poster, then you should get down to Orlando, Florida, before the end of the day. Those items are among the thousands up for auction Tuesday (June 12) that used to belong to disgraced boy-band mogul Lou Pearlman. The items are part of a liquidation of the remaining assets of Pearlman’s once-billion-dollar Trans Continental empire – which included a jet service and management of ‘NSYNC and Backstreet Boys – that has crumbled to… Read more »


Backstreet Boys Were "Never Gone"

New York – As U.S. pop radio stations begin to embrace the Backstreet Boys single “Incomplete,” Jive Records has set June 14 as the release date for the vocal group’s fourth studio album, “Never Gone.” The new album features the writing and production talents of Five For Fighting’s John Ondrasik, Savage Garden’s Darren Hayes, Max Martin, Billy Mann (Pink, Sting), Dan Muckala (Jump5, the Afters) and John Fields (Switchfoot), as well as John Shanks, who in February won the Grammy Award as producer of the year for his work on releases by Sheryl Crow, Clarkson, Hilary Duff and Ashlee Simpson.… Read more »


Backstreet Boys to Go on Tour This Month

New York – Backstreet’s back. Again. Backstreet Boys, the boy band who demanded “I Want It That Way,” have announced a set of tour dates starting March 21 in New York. They won’t play Madison Square Garden this time around – or any of their previous gigantic arena hotspots. The Boys’ 13-city tour is a club-only affair, stopping at such intimate venues as the State Theater in Detroit and the 9:30 Club in Washington. According to their label, Jive Records, they will perform all their hits plus a few songs from their upcoming CD. The Backstreet Boys, who debuted in… Read more »


Return of the Backstreet Boys

The Backstreet Boys, whose hits such as “Everybody” and “As Long As You Love Me” catapulted them into popster superstardom in the ’90s, are ready to stage a comeback. The megaselling quintet announced plans to play a string of U.S. club dates starting Mar. 21 in New York in preparation for the release of their as-yet untitled upcoming studio album in July-their first album since 2000’s Black and Blue. As of now, the club tour is set to wrap in St. Louis on Apr. 10, but more dates are expected to be added. Once the album is released, Backstreet plans… Read more »


Backstreet Boys Are Back in Action

Los Angeles – All the Backstreet Boys ask is that you give them a fair chance. The quintet is set to return with a new Jive album in June preceded by a single in March. “That’s the first thing we thought about when we started making the record,” the group’s Howie Dorough says. “That’s why we said we weren’t going to give ourselves a time limit. We wanted to make sure this album would give us a shot again to be around for the long haul so people will realize that we’re not, hopefully, a flash in the pan in… Read more »


Backstreet Boys Back to Work

“From ’93 to 2001 we were going non-stop, and we finally got a chance to step back, reflect and really appreciate everything that happened to us,” Brian Littrell says of the Backstreet Boys’ two-year hiatus. The recharged quintet is recording the follow-up to 2001’s Black and Blue in various Los Angeles studios. The new songs feature a more mature sound for the teen pop idols. Ballads like “You Can Tell Me” and “Love Is” – co-written by Howie Dorough – exude an urban soul vibe a la Britain’s Craig David. And the Boys say the album will touch upon a… Read more »

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