December 25th in July? The Backstreet Boys currently operate in this manner after shocking their adoring fanbase by announcing the release of their first-ever Christmas album!
Howie Dorough discussed their upcoming Christmas album, A Very Backstreet Christmas, with ET’s Lauren Zima and revealed some of the key details. Dorough reveals to ET that the band initially had to reduce the number of songs for this album before settling on a 13-track collection.
According to Dorough, there was always a roadblock preventing the band from recording a holiday album. The epidemic occurred more recently. But talk about seeing the glass as half-full.
Unbelievably, Dorough claims, “COVID provided us the gift of time to work on this record. “This project has been in development for roughly two years. We’re usually on tour during regular hours. As a result, we got to work on it now that we had some free time.”
They then started working. Dorough claims that after eliminating over 50 tracks, only 13 remained. According to Dorough, it was a “process of the most votes.”
The band’s Christmas album will feature 10 reimagined versions of some of the most beloved Christmas tunes along with three fresh compositions. For instance, Nick Carter adores Wham’s “Last Christmas”! Dorough claims that the band’s rendition is “a really strong contender to be the first single” for the Christmas album since it is so excellent.
Fans can already pre-order A Very Backstreet Christmas from the band’s website, which releases on October 14.
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Meanwhile, the surprise Drake presence at the Backstreet Boys concert in Toronto over the weekend has left some fans a little shaken. During the group’s DNA World Tour stop in the rapper’s hometown, Drizzy himself made an appearance on stage and sang the band’s famous song “I Want It That Way.”
Drake highlighted why the band has such a particular place in his heart during the event, and Dorough has now revealed to ET how the unexpected appearance came about.
When he caught up with Kevin [Richardson] a few nights earlier at one of his favorite Italian restaurants there, Dorough said, “It just occurred so casually.” “At the same time, they were both presents. He simply walked up to Kevin and said, “Dude, I’m a fan.” I like it.’ I have to admit, I know you, he says. I would love to at least introduce you, folks, he says. No. Additionally, if you guys are cool with it, I would really love to sing with you guys.”
We responded, “Absolutely!” Dorough went on. “I even advanced to a new level. I told the guys we were going to surprise him, and when it came time for my portion of “I Want It That Way” on the bridge, I said I wanted to pay a small tribute to him by singing “Hold On, We’re Going Home,” [Drake’s smash 2013 single], which I think really astonished him.
He had no idea what was going to happen. I believe I astonished the Toronto crowd. It was undoubtedly a terrific collaboration as an artist and performer.”
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