Back in 2002, the Backstreet Boys were at the height of their fame following the success of the ‘Millennium’ and ‘Black and Blue’ eras, but Brian had even more to celebrate as he became the first Backstreet dad. The world said hello to Baylee Littrell in November 2001 and from soundcheck parties with a mini microphone to opening for the Boys in various ways on multiple tours since BSB fans have literally watched him grow up before their eyes.
“I’ve pretty much grown up on the road since I can remember. So my first crib was a bunk on a tour bus,” Baylee told People in an exclusive interview this week. In the same interview, he goes on to talk about what it was like growing up on the road and his biggest influence – his dad.
Baylee talks about what it’s been like growing up as the son of a Backstreet Boy, how his unique childhood has shaped his own career and the “emotional journey” it’s been to look back on it all in Paramount+ new series, Family Legacy. The series, which takes a deep dive into the lives of children of different celebrity musical artists, is available for streaming now – don’t miss it!