Littrell’s Healthy Heart Club For Kids Deals With Imposter

A letter has been posted at the request of Jordan Keller, Brian Littrell’s attorney, regarding the Backstreet Boys star’s charity. If you are a supporter of the Brian Littrell Healthy Heart Club for Kids or a fan of Brian Littrell, please take time to read this letter. The letter is addressed to Bill Todd and concerns his alleged affiliation with the Brian Littrell Healthy Heart Club for Kids and his alleged personal relationship with Brian Littrell and his family.

Kevin & Brian To Be Honored At The Kentucky Music Hall Of Fame

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On February 19th, Kentucky will induct a new batch of artists into the Kentucky Music Hall Of Fame. They include The Coon Creek Girls, Billy Vaughn, J.D. Crowe, Vestal and Howard Goodman, Jerry Chesnut, Boots Randolph, and Ricky Skaggs. A few special awards will be handed out, as well. Dwight Yoakam will get the Governor’s Cup. Eddie Montgomery & Troy Lee Gentry will be honored as Entertainers of the Year. And Backstreet Boys cousins Kevin Richardson and Brian Littrell will be honored with Ambassadors Awards.

Brian Littrell Doesn’t Want To Release Solo Album On Jive

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A writer for spotted Backstreet Boys star Brian Littrell at The Palm on September 4th. Brian was there having lunch with Terry Hemmings, President and CEO of Provident Music Group. Apparently Brian is looking to put his solo album out on a Christian label and not on Jive Records, the label his group has had trouble with. Jordan Kellar, Brian’s lawyer, said, “He grew up singing in churches, at weddings and funerals. This is where his true musical love is. Brian always has expressed a spirituality in Backstreet Boys’ album liner notes and through other venues, so this will be no surprise to many fans.” Provident Music Group houses artists like Michael W. Smith, Jars of Clay, Third Day, and Joy Williams. A few months ago, MTV News reported that some of the artists appearing on Brian’s Gospel album were R&B singer Monica and Provident’s own Michael W. Smith.

Brian Littrell Collaborating With Monica

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Early this morning, Suchin Pak gave an MTV news brief where she updated on the Backstreet Boys four upcoming solo albums. She confirmed that both Nick Carter and AJ McLean are going more in the rock direction. Nick is opting for a more aggressive sound than ‘Now or Never’ and has recruited Tommy Lee and Canadian reggae rapper Snow as producers. AJ is making an adult album that is more rock/funk. He has told fans that two versions will be released, a censored and an uncensored version. She then stated that Howie Dorough’s album will be Latin/R&B and he’s working with Emilio Estefan. Then Suchin informed viewers that Brian Littrell will be working on a Gospel album, collaborating with Michael A. Smith and Atlanta’s Monica. This isn’t the first time that Brian has worked with artists from his new hometown of Atlanta. Brian also hooked up the Backstreet Boys with collaborations with Atlanta natives Outkast, Jermaine Dupri, and Lionel Richie.

Brian And Leighanne Sit Down With Fans At Heroes Awards

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Backstreet Boys star Brian Littrell and his wife Leighanne were kind enough to sit down with two fans they met at the 2003 Heroes Awards in Atlanta. Brian pulled up in a Hummer and the girls greeted him. They also got to meet Leighanne and play with the Littrell’s newborn, Baylee. Later at Starbucks, Brian and Leighanne filled out a little questionnaire of FAQ’s that the fans drew up. Leighanne informed them that she’s lost the weight she gained during the pregnancy by working out a lot, she has a tattoo (too low to show them), and that she became interest in acting while in high school. Brian said that he would never die his hair brown again, there may be collaborations on his solo album, and that official pictures of Baylee would be available to fans very soon.

Brian Littrell’s Q100 Audio Now Available

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Brian and Leighanne Littrell called into Atlanta’s Q100 Tuesday morning to give the engaged DJs advice on married life. Brian also talked about problems with Jive, his solo album, honoring James Brown and TLC at the Heroes Awards, the Backstreet Boys, and more. Audio has since been removed.

Brian Littrell Gives Timetable For Solo & Backstreet Albums

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Brian Littrell, accompanied by wife Leighanne and son Bailey, called into Atlanta’s Q100 radio station this morning and talked about marriage, fatherhood, and what he’s got planned this year regarding music. Brian told the DJ’s that he’ll probably premiere his first single off of his solo album at the upcoming Hero Awards, and he hopes the album will come out by the end of the year. He said the Backstreet Boys have not broken up but are working on solo stuff right now. They’re still fighting with Jive and trying to leave the label but Brian said he couldn’t go into detail about that. Brian expect’s a new BSB album and tour to occur within the next year. He then went on to praise the Backstreet Boys, saying that they’re not a boyband and they’ve been together for over 10 years now, something most groups haven’t done and won’t be able to do. Q100 will add the audio of this interview to it’s website tomorrow. Read on for an in-depth summary of everything Brian said.

Brian Littrell Working On Solo Album

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Backstreet Boys star Brian Littrell, along with wife Leighanne and son Bailey, called into the Atlanta radio station Star 94 FM this morning. Brian told the DJs that, as we all know, BSB is on hiatus this year and that he and Leighanne will be hosting the Atlanta Grammy’s ‘Heroes Awards’ on June 5th. He talked about fatherhood and joked that he used to burp Nick Carter and now he burps Bailey. But Brian dropped a bomb when he announced that he is working on a solo album that will be a mixture of pop and gospel music. The DJs then invited Brian to attend the station’s ‘On The Bricks’ concert series this summer. Brian expressed interest. His fellow Backstreeters are also engaged in solo projects during the groups hiatus: Nick Carter is working on his second solo album. Kevin Richardson is considering doing a piano-based Jazz album. Howie Dorough is getting ready to release his first solo album this Christmas. And all the members are encouraging AJ McLean to showcase his solo work. Brian said the Backstreet Boys will get back in the studio in early winter. Audio has since been removed.

Brain Littrell At Saint Joseph Foundation Golf Tournament

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Brian Littrell of the Backstreet Boys is going to be at the Saint Joseph Foundation Golf Tournament on Monday, June 30th, 2003 at the University Club of Kentucky. Proceeds from this year’s tournament will benefit Saint Joseph’s Master Facility Plan and the Brian Littrell Healthy Heart Club for Kids.

Brian Littrell Is Unloading His BMW Z8 On eBay

Brian Littrell of the Backstreet Boys is selling his personal 2001 BMW Z8 on eBay. The winning bidder will meet Brian in person to pick up the car, and he will stand next to the highest bidder for a picture along side the 2001 sports car. Littrell will also throw in a CD with his signature on it. The car is currently bid at $86,000 and the auction ends April 7th.