Tuesday , July 27 2021

The Backstreet Boys announced the World DNA Tour and a new album – The Zimbabwe Mail



Kevin Richardson, Howie Dorough, Nick Carter, Brian Littrell, and AJ McLean of Backstreet Boys (AP Photo / Mark Humphrey, File)

The Backstreet Boys have announced a world tour to support their new album, & # 39; DNA & # 39 ;.

The & # 39; Everybody & # 39; hitmakers – consisting of AJ McLean, Howie Dorough, Nick Carter, Kevin Richardson and Brian Littrell – will release their first album since 2013 & # 39; In a World Like This & # 39; on January 25, before leaving the broad date range. around the world.

Talk about new notes – which include new songs & # 39; Opportunities & # 39; – Kevin said: "We are able to bring all our influences and styles into a coherent part of the work.

"These songs are great representations of who we are as individuals and who we are as a group. That's our DNA. We are really proud of that. "

& # 39; World DNA Tour & # 39; began in Lisbon on May 11, and went well until September 15.

They will tour North America, Europe and England, stopping at the iconic The O2 arena in London on June 17.

The 90s star is currently performing at The AXIS Theater at Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino in Las Vegas for residency 'Backstreet Boys: Larger Than Life & # 39; they, which have been running since March 2017.

Meanwhile, the singer of 'I Want It That Way' recently admitted that they did not want to be a nostalgic band and had worked very hard to ensure new songs filled up to their biggest hits.

Howie said: "I thought it would be very easy for us to transform ourselves into a nostalgic band.

"Our biggest hits are what most fans want to know when they come to our events because of the memories that are attached to them, but we always try to be insatiable.

"We want to make concerts that people want to see, push ourselves physically so that new songs at our concert stand next to favorites. We have not only lived in the past. "

A complete tour date can be found by visiting backstreetboys.com


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