It wasn’t a surprise that Tim McGraw, the Nicole Kidman and Carrie Underwood and others couldn’t hesitate to relish the opportunity to sing and dance along with the old gem- The Backstreet Boys in the 2017 Academy of the Country Music (ACM) Award in Las Vegas. As the boy group took back the crowd to the memorable choreography days, it was clear that the five boys had left a mark in every heart before they left which raises the concern whether they will be back on the old track again. FGL in the event could not resist the temptation to sing a duet with the boys “God, Your Mama and Me.”

If the renaissance were to happen today of boys, it is clear indeed that the audience would still bow as they did in the 1990s and especially by plucking people nostalgic strings. What would it feel like to have Nick Carter,Brian Littrell,AJ McLean,Howie Dorough and Kevin Richardson back like in the days of “Everybody”?

The group was formed in 1993 in Orlando, Florida and rose to fame after their 1996 album “Backstreet Boys”and the “Backstreet Back”in 1997. This was followed by their third album “Millennium” in 1999 and “Black and Blue” in 2000. They then went silent until the 2005 comeback album “Never Gone”which was followed by the 2006 “Never Gone Tour”.In 2007 and 2009, Backstreet Boys released theirs quartet “Unbreakable” and “This is Us”. This was then followed by their 20th Anniversary album in 2013 “In a World like This.”They have also produced a documentary movie “Show ‘Em What You’re Made Of” that was released in 2015. With more than 130 million records sold, Backstreet remain the

With more than 130 million records sold, Backstreet remain the best-selling boy band in history. Indeed their comeback will be a great redemption for those that relish the art and music of the boy band.