The Backstreet Boys Say Their Fans Have Gone from Tweens to CEOs

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The Backstreet Boys are changing their style slightly because they’re not performing for tweens anymore…their fans have grown up, and are now CEOs and stuff.

Brian Littrell says, “Today, [the audience is] not so fanatical as it was 20 years ago or 15 years ago.  That’s because all of our fans that were 10 to 14 years old are all grown up now.

“They’re running businesses, they’re taxpayers, they’re the shot callers.  But the reaction is very similar to the way it was many years ago.  Just everyone is older now!”

He says they’re still going to sound like themselves…but they’re adding a bit more of an “edge” to their music.

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