The Backstreet Boys talk about their comeback and their lawsuit against former record executive Lou Pearlman, now in prison related to a Ponzi scheme, in this excerpt from an interview with WSJ's Lee Hawkins.
Three members of the Backstreet Boys talk about their lawsuit against former record executive Lou Pearlman -- now in prison related to a Ponzi scheme -- in this excerpt from an interview about the band's comeback with WSJ's Lee Hawkins.
Lou Pearlman was once known as the man behind the boy bands. Now he sits in a Florida jail and his life of lies and deceit is detailed in Tyler Gray's new book, "The Hit Charade."
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