Audrey / November 30th, 2018

This morning, Leighanne and her two men were in The Bert Show studio (radio show in Atlanta) for the launch of Baylee’s single Don’t Knock It….

Couldn’t listen to it? No problem!! The Bert Show saved it all and posted the whole interview on their site!!

Backstreet Boy Brian Littrell Is In Studio With His Wife, Leighanne & Son, Baylee Littrell!

We’ve had our good friend, Backstreet Boy Brian Littrell, on the show before (he cohosted the entire day!), but what you might not know is that besides having the sweetest, funniest, most awesome wife of all time -Leighanne – his kid, Baylee Littrell is the next country superstar the world has been waiting for.

And here’s the thing: we’re not just blowing smoke because of who his dad is, either. Names can open doors – but you’re not going anywhere without talent. And Baylee has talent to spare. If you don’t believe us, you’re about to hear it for yourself. As an artist, Baylee is going places.

Check out our interviews with Brian, Leighanne and Baylee below, including the first time Brian and Leighanne met (Brian learns something he NEVER knew about her after 22 years), the radio premiere of Baylee’s new song, “Don’t Knock It,” sneak peeks of unreleased tracks, a special call from someone really close to the Littrells – AND we hit another milestone: the first time he hears his song, on the radio!

You can get it on iTunes, Amazon Music or listen on Spotify!

You can find videos on the show Facebook page

Credits : TheBertShow.com



Audrey / November 29th, 2018

Source : ETonline.com

He toured the world with the Backstreet Boys, belted out Michael Jackson and Mariah Carey as an opening act and appeared on Broadway in Disaster! all by the age of 13, and now Brian Littrell’s son, Baylee, is celebrating his 16th birthday by dropping his debut single!

ET has the exclusive first listen of the talented teen’s catchy new country track, “Don’t Knock It,” written by Nashville songwriter/producer Corey Crowder and appearing on Baylee’s forthcoming debut album. “It’s a fun, upbeat song, and it’s kind of like all my favorite songs put together,” Baylee says of the track, about a Southern boy trying to win over a city girl. “You can’t listen to it without tapping your feet. It’s one of those songs you just want to jam out to.”

Releasing on Friday, the budding musician will celebrate by performing the song live on Instagram from a birthday bash on Saturday. To mark the official launch of Baylee’s music career, ET talked to the young singer about growing up on the road, dealing with fans, which of his dad’s bandmates is like his “uncle,” and how Florida Georgia Line ignited his musical dreams.

ET: You grew up in the music industry and would introduce the Backstreet Boys to the stage when you were only around five. How much did that impact your foray into showbiz?

Baylee Littrell: I never really got into music until around first grade. I was in a band/theater camp over summer and it was right when Michael Jackson passed away, so we did a Michael Jackson tribute and I sang, “I Want You Back.” That’s when everything happened — I fell in love with music, started singing every day and even started writing when I was that little.

What were you writing about at such a young age?

I was writing cute, little poems and almost love songs! I was on tour with my dad and in bed one night and just sat up, got my little notebook out and started singing. I said, “Dad, I’ve got an idea,” and that was the first song I ever wrote at 7, 8 years old. I would sing with my parents and everybody. I wasn’t shy to start out — as I got older, I became more self-conscious, but at 10 years old, my dad went out on the In a World Like This tour and they let me open up for them, so that was the first time I did it seriously in front of a large crowd. I was scared but excited and it was the first time everything clicked and I realized, “Man, this is my release. This is how I can get away from my worries or bad things.” Not that there are many bad things when you’re 10 years old, but it was basically a fun release.

When did you realize you might want to pursue music as a career?

I got off of Broadway in New York and my dad was working with Florida Georgia Line on their record, so I started listening to new country music for the first time — I had listened to the old stuff with my grandparents, but that was it. I started writing songs, then listened to Florida Georgia Line’s album and was like, “This is something I really want to do. I want to get back out there and sing!” That record and the guys’ song with them, “God, Your Mama and Me,” really sparked everything. It’s one of my favorite songs.

Have you been able to meet Florida Georgia Line?

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