BBMak Split Up

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Pop group BBMak has split after years of being a group. They are working on separate careers. According to Gill, a promo team leader on their official website, they are still friends and are supporting each other. There last album was released last year.

Ste Says It Feels Great To Have Recorded ‘Into Your Head’

Chris Lamb of TeenMusic.com chatted with Ste McNally of BBMak about the band’s second album ‘Into Your Head’, which he and his bandmates are excited about. “It feels great,” says Ste. “We’ve been in the studio for the last six months from January until the end of July finishing the album off. It was cool. We wanted to go into the studio and write some songs and record them. There was a little bit of pressure because of the success of the first album.” The full interview at TeenMusic.com has since been removed.

Top BBMak Related Search Queries

Searches for BBMak on pay-per search engine Overture.com were fairly strong, but nowhere near the level their American boyband counterparts *NSYNC or the Backstreet Boys. Searches for the BBMak were 44,323 last month, and the group’s most searched for member was Christian Burns with 789 queries. The most searched song lyric was ‘Out Of My Heart’ with 1,140 queries, followed by ‘Back Here’ with 199.

BBMak Doesn’t Mind Globetrotting

BBMak star Ste McNally tells Us Weekly the group doesn’t mind their endless globetrotting. “There’s no point in going on the road and being miserable,” he said. “You gotta enjoy it. It doesn’t matter where we are, we always find a way to have a good time.”

Mini-B And BBMak On TV Talk Shows

Pop stars scheduled for appearances on talk TV this week include Britney Spears’ little sister Jamie Lynn Spears who appears on Live with Regis and Kelly on Thursday. Later, BBMak will appear on the Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn. Then on Friday, look for BBMak again on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno. Check your local listings.

BBMak And Nick Carter Spotted At Le Passage

Susanna Homan of the Chicago Sun-Times sent pals Katie Wallace and Brooke Johnson to check out the after-party for the KISS-FM concert last weekend at Le Passage. The girls say “Christian Burns from BBMak was sporting major Euro-style, while Backstreet Boy Nick Carter looked a little ‘tired’–we tried to get his picture, but he was not in his most Cosmo Girl-cover boy state.”

Nick Carter, BBMak & Others At Le Passage

Bill Zwecker of the Chicago Sun-Times reports Backstreet Boys star Nick Carter was joined by Naughy By Nature members Anthony “Treach” Criss and Vinnie Brown, BBMak, David Schwimmer, and Jeremy Piven at Le Passage on Friday night to party after the big KISS-FM concert at the Rosemont Horizon.

BBMak, Shakira & Idol Winner On Talk TV

Pop acts on talk TV this week include the winner of ‘American Idol’ — either Justin Guarini or Kelly Clarkson, on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno on Thursday. Then on Friday, the winner visits Live with Regis And Kelly. BBMak stops by to perform on The View on Thursday, while Shakira stops by Last Call with Carson Daly on its new regular Friday night show. Speaking of Carson, he’ll be the guest on Live with Regis And Kelly on Wednesday. Check your local listings.

BBMak Was Worried About Boyband Label At First

Hip Online chatted with Christian from BBMak and asked if the group was afraid they wouldn’t break out of the boy band thing when the first hit the scene. “We were worried about that because there were a lot of bands out and at the time they were huge like *NSYNC,” he explained. “But we knew we were different. We were young guys, but we didn’t dance and we played instruments. I think fans finally got the idea that we were different. We are pop music, which means popular and that is what we do.”

Fans Won’t Be Disappointed With BBMak’s Latest

BBMak 'Into Your Head' album cover

Dan Aquilante of the New York Post had a positive review for BBMak’s new album, which dropped Tuesday, ‘Into Your Head.’ Aquilante writes, “Fans won’t be disappointed and a few of the band’s detractors may be surprised at the maturity of this disc.”

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