Backstreet Boys Win Over Toronto Crowd

John Terauds from the Toronto Star reviewed the ’ sold out Toronto show Tuesday night. He writes, “If anyone ever needed convincing that a decade is a long time, they need look no further than the career of the , a high-flying fivesome that made its long-awaited return to Toronto at the Molson Amphitheatre last night. The quintet has a new record to its name, ‘Never Gone’, released a few weeks ago on Jive. But their show was more about old glories than new conquests.”

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3 thoughts on “Backstreet Boys Win Over Toronto Crowd

  1. hooker says:

    I’m not a huge fan of them, but, I heard it was an awesome concert, eh. I like some of their songs, particularly, the song, “AS LONG AS YOU LOVE ME”. Love those lyrics, “And how you got me blind is still a mystery. I can’t get you out of my head. Don’t care what is written in your history. Every little thing that you have said and done. Feels like it’s deep within me I’ve tried to hide it so that no one knows It seems like we’re meant to be As long as you love me(’93 it made him truly so proud, forever, wohoooo, oh ya!!)

  2. BadAss4Backstreet says:

    It’s not hard….these guys are truely amazing!! It’s just so funny that when they play it close to the rules of “boyband pop,” critics and haters trash them for playing it safe and being too pop, but when they break those rules and do it differently, with a bit of an edge, they get trashed for trying something new…… It’s just proof that small minded people are always indeed small minded! If people would actually THINK about things, they’d know for a fact that all that matters is the fans and that the guys really are good (vocally and personally).

  3. galleta says:

    CRITICS ARE NEVER GONNA LIKE THEM HALF THE TIME I REALLY DON’T’, ‘BELIEVE THE CRITICS ARE REALLY LISTENING TO THEIR MUSIC

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