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article imageBackstreet Boys' Brian Littrell headed to Kentucky Hall of Fame

By Markos Papadatos     Mar 28, 2015 in Music
Brian Littrell from the Backstreet Boys has a major reason to celebrate. He will be inducted into the Kentucky Music Hall of Fame and Museum this year.
Littrell will be joined by his cousin and band-mate Kevin Richardson (from the Backstreet Boys), in addition to country duo Montgomery Gentry, among other notable musical acts. The ceremony will take place on Friday, April 10, at the Lexington Center, Bluegrass Ballroom in Kentucky.
Aside from being a member of Backstreet Boys, Littrell is also a Christian music singer-songwriter, who has released a critically-acclaimed Christian studio album entitled Welcome Home.
This year's honorees will join other Kentucky native musicians and professionals to be recognized for their contributions to the state of Kentucky and worldwide. The event will also honor those who have lent their time, talent and resources to preserve Kentucky's rich musical heritage.
Digital Journal's recent interview with Brian Littrell, may be seen by clicking here.
Their Show 'Em (What You're Made Of) documentary, which came out in January of 2015, received a rave review from Digital Journal.
To learn more about the Kentucky Music Hall of Fame and Museum, check out its official website.
For more information on the acclaimed pop vocal group Backstreet Boys, visit their official homepage.
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