The Backstreet Boys just released a new album, but a scandalous Vanity Fair article on Lou Pearlman has been stealing some of the attention. (10.31.07)
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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