- A collaborative concert by famous artists entitled, iHeart Living Room Concert For America, was an effort to let people know we are one in this battle.
- One of the performers was Backstreet Boys, and it was amazing to see their amazing virtual teamwork with all of them from their own homes on one screen.
- It was a very nostalgic performance which all still “want it that way!”
In these most trying times, a good entertainment can somehow save us from all the stress.
A special concert by a number of famous celebrities is being put together to let the world know we are all one in beating the challenges at this time. The iHeart Living Room Concert For America hosted by Sir Elton John was also a collaborative effort to raise money intended to help those who are struggling due to COVID-19.
The program lasted for an hour without commercials on Fox. Among the artists present are Alicia Keys, Billie Eilish, Billie Joe Armstrong, Mariah Carey, Sam Smith, Tim McGraw, and many others. All of them urged people to make a donation to Feeding America and First Responders Children’s Foundation.
In this special performance, the talented artists performed their hit songs from their own homes. While singing solo was quite easy, people were left wondering how remote performances can be done with more than one singer…
…And then Backstreet Boys appeared on the screen, and they were obviously ready for that!
Setting up the multiple remote videos in one screen must’ve been a challenging one. Clearly, their virtual teamwork was amazing. BSB members AJ McLean, Howie Dorough, Nick Carter, Kevin Richardson, and Brian Littrell, performed their hit song, “I Want It That Way” while giving us a bit of a chance to see their personal lives.
Brian was in his record room relaxed, Nick was in the poolside getting some sun, while AJ was in a piano showing their group’s plaques and awards, and Howie, well, he still looks really good all these years!
One of the best parts though was when Kevin showed Mason and Maxwell, his two sons who were playing with the instruments and singing along.
What a very nostalgic performance! Childhood memories came rushing back and it almost made me cry! I surely still “want it that way!”
Source: Inspire More