Transcript for Former ‘Backstreet Boys’ manager recalls early auditions organized by Lou Pearlman
The common had a live warehouse where he stood the good times. In Kissimmee Florida and when violent kids Cain and Carter saying bridge over troubled waters and I moved my god he knocked us on the floor. Obviously AJ McLean we had how would you wrote how we had a great voice. Those of the 303. The decline like this crowd and accept them really need to have five point harmony. Blue actually found Kevin and his Disney parade he was playing Aladdin. Kevin came into the group and recommend his cousin by. And he says I have a cousin in Kentucky his name is Brian the trial he sings in church she's a really good singer. So that formed five guys to gather. I put the money out and help them we give choreographers give vocal lessons and provide tutors I think I'm a great cult of there's a big guy it was in a threatening guy it was kind of mature route thick wooly polling kind of soft guy and they quality pop. Lou does himself nickname big pop. He likes the cult big pop because he's got at all. He's seeing Carroll. The kids O'Connell today com and he was endearing I thought it was pretty sweet you know. At the time efficient.
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