“Saturday Night Online”s Maxwell talked to Jordan about NKOTBSB, asked if he would be excited if his son wanted to be in a group one day and what his opinion on a ‘N SYNC reunion is. Enjoy listening! Continue reading [ JORDAN KNIGHT ]
Saturday Night Online Interview with Jordan
If last week’s inaugural MixTape Festival proved anything, it’s that boy bands are back and here to stay. Continue reading [ NEW KIDS ON THE BLOCK ]
Talk ‘Open’ Relationship With Backstreet Boys
Zum Abschluss ihrer gemeinsamen Tournee durch die USA haben sich die “New Kids On The Block” eine Softball-Partie gegen die “Backstreet Boys” geliefert. Continue reading [ MIXTAPE FESTIVAL ] Germany –
Softballmatch der Boybands
Everyone’s taking quite the trip down memory lane lately. First we had the Spice Girls performing at the 2012 Olympic Closing Ceremony, then it was 98 Degrees reuniting on ‘The Today Show,’ and now it’s 98 Degrees Continue reading [ MIXTAPE FESTIVAL ]
98 Degrees, the Wanted + NKOTBSB Team Up at MixTape
Following two concerts this weekend at Hersheypark stadium the New Kids on the Block and the Backstreet Boys concluded their appearance in our area this morning by hitting the diamond. Continue reading [ MIXTAPE FESTIVAL ]
Boy bands play ball at Metro Bank Park
HERSHEY, Pennsylvania — The first-ever MixTape Festival at Hershey Stadium had something for every music lover. Continue reading [ MIXTAPE FESTIVAL ]
The Wanted, 98 Degrees Join NKOTBSB Onstage
The music didn’t stop Saturday at the Summer 2012 MixTape Festival at Hersheypark Stadium. Continue reading [ MIXTAPE FESTIVAL ]
BsB, NKOTB attract throngs of fans to MixTape Festival
By Pam Pastor
I braved the lines at SM Tickets one afternoon and before the hordes of Lady Gaga-adoring people, declared my love for the New Kids On The Block, saying: “Miss, SVIP tickets please.”
Of course I had to get the best seats that my hard-earned money could buy. Since the New Kids on the Block and the Backstreet Boys announced their comeback, I had been wanting to see their show. Every time I was headed to the US I would check their tour dates hoping I’d find myself in the same city as the tour leg—but no luck. Until now.
I Instagrammed my triumph and when friends started to comment about how expensive the tickets were, I said, “I owe it to my 11-year-old self. She was a good girl.”
NKOTB’s 1992 Manila concert at Rizal Stadium was the first concert I ever attended. I was dressed to kill in NKOTB garb—I had on my NKOTB watch, a red shirt tucked into my NKOTB shorts, red socks and white sneakers. I thought my outfit was awesome and heck, I wasn’t the only one—all these older girls in the concert stopped to ask where I got my shorts.
Those shorts rocked—they were white and had red hearts and the boys’ faces and signatures printed all over.
Years later, it hit me—those weren’t shorts, they were boxers! Men’s boxers! I had worn men’s underwear to a concert. And I still felt no shame.
Back then my P750 ticket didn’t give me a good view of the boys. I had to stand on my seat and use my grandpa’s binoculars to see their faces clearly. That wasn’t going to happen this time.
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