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Backstreet Boys to go on tour
Updated: 2005-03-07 09:28

Backstreet's back. Again. Backstreet Boys, the boy band who demanded I Want It That Way, have announced a set of tour dates starting March 21 in New York.

They won't play Madison Square Garden this time around or any of their previous gigantic arena hotspots.

The Boys' 13-city tour is a club-only affair, stopping at such intimate venues as the State Theater in Detroit and the 9:30 Club in Washington.

According to their label, Jive Records, they will perform all their hits plus a few songs from their upcoming CD.

The Backstreet Boys, who debuted in 1997, are putting the finishing touches on a forthcoming as-yet-untitled album, their first original outing since 2000's Black and Blue.

Over the past few years, the group's members have mostly stayed out of the spotlight except for a few benefit performances.

In 2002, Nick Carter released a solo album. Last December, Brian Littrell signed a deal with Christian record label Reunion Records.

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